|Genres||Progressive rock, symphonic rock, art rock, psychedelic rock|
Esquire are an English rock band noted for their progressive, art, and symphonic style of rock music. Formed in 1982, Esquire released two studio albums - the self-titled Esquire in 1987, and a follow-up album Coming Home in 1997. Two tracks from Coming Home, "Zone of O" and "Tron Thomi", were included on the album Yes, Friends and Relatives. In 2000 two more tracks from Coming Home, "Coming Home" and "Big Girls Don't Cry", were included on the album Yes, Friends and Relatives, Volume Two.
The band is headed by Nikki Squire, who, when the band started, was married to Yes bassist Chris Squire. Chris Squire, Yes drummer Alan White, Yes producer Trevor Horn and Chris and Nikki's eldest daughter, Carmen Squire, all worked on the band's debut album. The second album, Coming Home, was largely written by Nikki Squire and Nigel McLaren; it also included Danny Isaacs on guitar and vocals on three tracks ("Coming Home", "Keep On Dreaming", "Glass Houses") and Tony Matteucci on drums and vocals.
- Esquire (1987)
- Coming Home (1997)
- Yes, Friends and Relatives (1998)
- Yes, Friends and Relatives Volume 2 (2000)
- "ESQUIRE can trace its origins to a night in November 1982 when vocalist/songwriter Nikki Squire heard a band at the Embassy Clu". Web.archive.org. 2004-08-03. Retrieved 2015-07-04.
- Paul Collins (1998-08-11). "Friends & Relatives - Yes | Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved 2015-07-04.
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