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(4 March 1948 – 28 June 2015) Innovative bass player, songwriter, and secondary vocalist from the group Yes, and as the band name's owner, the only musician to appear on all their albums. He is especially well-known for the use of Rickenbacker basses and his unique bass sound.

Squire's solo record is 1975's Fish Out of Water, whose personnel includes Yes alumni Bill Bruford on drums and Patrick Moraz on keyboards. In 2000 and 2003, Squire joined Yes guitarist… read more

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  • Avatar for Alchedoc
    The Fish forever
  • Avatar for framis99
    Happy birthday Chris, may your contributions to the musical world never be forgotten.
  • Avatar for elf-culture
    if it weren't for that awesome bassline of his on roundabout I heard years ago, I probably wouldn't have given Yes' music a try. Thanks Chris for everything.
  • Avatar for elf-culture
    I can't believe he's gone. It still doesn't feel real. :/
  • Avatar for Marc61
    Rest in peace, never forget you.
  • Avatar for mikebaal
    I miss Chris Squire, guys.
  • Avatar for noritaso
    R.I.P.Chris.
  • Avatar for harvey1963july3
    lifes a bitch
  • Avatar for g0b0s0x
    R.I.P. Chris Squire. Thanks for sharing your wonderful talent with all of us.
  • Avatar for Hermes3megisto
    Basically, Chris Squire was one of those guys that made me LOVE music! Close to the Edge, Tales from Topographic Oceans and Drama were three magical stones in my childhood. So, I just want to say: Thank you, Chris, it was really good to share the same planet with you in a great part of my lifetime! You will be obviously the best bassist, forever and ever.

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