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    I know he mentioned he was working on a new solo album to be released soon, any news?
    "We all gotta climb mountains!" - Jon Anderson 2003

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    Nope. He's been silent on social media ever since he came off the road in 2018 and never did anything with his "new" website. I'm thinking we'll only get an official announcement of sorts from whomever is going to distribute it, much like what happened with the Changes boxset. He told me he was planning to complete it last year but then there wasn't any news of it this year, so...I don't know.
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      #3
      If the delay is caused by Jon and Rick guesting, then I’m fine with waiting just a little while longer.

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        #4
        Get on with the new album TR!!!! ha ha ha

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          #5
          Originally posted by luna65 View Post
          Nope. He's been silent on social media ever since he came off the road in 2018 and never did anything with his "new" website. I'm thinking we'll only get an official announcement of sorts from whomever is going to distribute it, much like what happened with the Changes boxset. He told me he was planning to complete it last year but then there wasn't any news of it this year, so...I don't know.
          Some artists keep to themselves, and you only hear from them when it's a professional utterance, such as "My new album is out in two weeks", or "I'll be playing a song from my upcoming album Tuesday on Shindig!.

          Others let you know that they're "doing stuff", whether it's meetings, greetings, eatings, or beatings.

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            #6
            Originally posted by 1yesfan View Post
            Get on with the new album TR!!!! ha ha ha

            Perhaps he is so upset at the loss of Yesfans.com he doesn't want to do a new album

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              #7
              Originally posted by pianozach View Post
              Some artists keep to themselves, and you only hear from them when it's a professional utterance, such as "My new album is out in two weeks", or "I'll be playing a song from my upcoming album Tuesday on Shindig!.

              Others let you know that they're "doing stuff", whether it's meetings, greetings, eatings, or beatings.
              Right. Trevor did share former progress on both Jacaranda and this new album, but as I say, he hasn't posted anything on social media since the fall of 2018. I don't know why he stopped; I know he doesn't particularly care for social media but he was willing to use it previously when he felt like it or thought it was necessary. Since he didn't even post when the boxset was released I'm assuming that he's just done with it. I hope not, but that's my observation.
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                #8
                I remember him saying there will be a version of Endless Dream on it and it's a Rock Vocal Album
                "We all gotta climb mountains!" - Jon Anderson 2003

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                  #9
                  The "Endless Dream" thing is that he's redoing "Silent Spring."
                  Rabin-esque
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by luna65 View Post
                    The "Endless Dream" thing is that he's redoing "Silent Spring."
                    Cool Looking forward to it
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by luna65 View Post
                      Nope. He's been silent on social media ever since he came off the road in 2018 and never did anything with his "new" website. I'm thinking we'll only get an official announcement of sorts from whomever is going to distribute it, much like what happened with the Changes boxset. He told me he was planning to complete it last year but then there wasn't any news of it this year, so...I don't know.
                      Well, he's 67 now and as far as I know due to his filmscoring succes, he doesn't need to keep working for the income. While some artists just keep working, because they feel the need to, Trevor, much like Bruford, strikes me as the sort of person that wouldn't have a lot of trouble enjoying retirement. He's very much a family man from what I've gathered and he can noodle around in his own studio as much he likes. I don't think he feels under much pressure to release an album. He probably will if he feels one is ready, but it strikes me that he isn't in a hurry to do so.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Mr. Holland View Post

                        Well, he's 67 now and as far as I know due to his filmscoring succes, he doesn't need to keep working for the income. While some artists just keep working, because they feel the need to, Trevor, much like Bruford, strikes me as the sort of person that wouldn't have a lot of trouble enjoying retirement. He's very much a family man from what I've gathered and he can noodle around in his own studio as much he likes. I don't think he feels under much pressure to release an album. He probably will if he feels one is ready, but it strikes me that he isn't in a hurry to do so.
                        The film scores gig seems to have dried up for him, or he's just not that worried about having the gig. He's only produced 6 scores in the last 10 years, 7 if you count the 2020 TV score for Cine Chalom. And only 1 solo album, 2012's Jacaranda.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Mr. Holland View Post

                          Well, he's 67 now and as far as I know due to his filmscoring succes, he doesn't need to keep working for the income. While some artists just keep working, because they feel the need to, Trevor, much like Bruford, strikes me as the sort of person that wouldn't have a lot of trouble enjoying retirement. He's very much a family man from what I've gathered and he can noodle around in his own studio as much he likes. I don't think he feels under much pressure to release an album. He probably will if he feels one is ready, but it strikes me that he isn't in a hurry to do so.
                          LOL, he's actually never needed to work for the income. Trevor comes from a wealthy family and of course has been successful on his own. But yeah, now he's going to work at his own pace on anything without a strict deadline. I don't think he would ever say he was retired, but I do think he is retired, for the most part. And that's fine, after all, he and Shelley have a new granddaughter to spoil and whatever else they feel like doing.
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                            #14
                            However it turns out or not. What I really wish would be a Boxset with those soundtrack-pieces that Trevor finds most important. And at best also on vinyl!

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by pianozach View Post
                              if you count the 2020 TV score for Cine Chalom.
                              I don't know what that is, exactly, but I don't think it was actual scoring.

                              But yeah, I've alluded to this previously...I think Trevor has priced himself out of the job now. Most of the scoring work he's done in the last decade has been for people who've already worked with him. I think he was called in on The Misfits because the producers weren't liking the score they contracted and Renny knew Trevor would be willing to help out because they're friends. But otherwise, honestly, I don't see him going back to it. Not because he doesn't want to, but most productions now go with either long-established names, personally-connected collaborators, or cheaper options overseas.
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