Gould briefly returned as studio drummer and principal lyricist on 1994's Forever Now album. However, dismayed at what he felt was the record company's ineptitude, he did not go on the road with the band for their Forever Now tour. Having apparently played only one promotional gig, Gould was quickly replaced as live drummer by Gavin Harrison.
In 2007, Gould contributed to the launch of a young and talented Italian composer and singer named Diana Winter, co-writing and producing the tracks 'Rain' and 'Dream Alone', and playing drums in her debut album Escapizm. During 2008 new music was expected to be available: with contributions from various artists including Mike Lindup and Wally Badarou. In January 2009, Gould finally released the album Terraforming under the group name of Gould, Brown and Black. The album was initially made available via iTunes with a view to a CD release later in the year. Since November 2013, Gould is busy with the The-Bongo-Saloon project.