The band then went on an extended hiatus in late 2004: while Squire, Howe and White wanted to continue, Anderson called for a pause.
They are joined by Lou Molino on drums and Lee Pomeroy on bass.
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The others continued without Anderson, touring later in 2008 with a line-up of Squire, Howe, White, O Wakeman and new vocalist Benot David.
They initially toured as "Steve Howe, Chris Squire and Alan White of Yes", but had reverted to the "Yes" name by 2009.
Anderson had some sporadic contact with Squire about the possibility of a reunion, but nothing came of it.
Rabin remained close to Squire and guested with Yes at the encore of a 2010 show.Yes's hiatus continued until discussions in 2007 for the band to return to activity in 2008.An agreement was reached between Anderson, Squire, Howe and White, although interpersonal relations appear to have remained strained.This Yes appears to have approached both Rabin and R Wakeman since 2008 and asked them to re-join, but both refused.Anderson and R Wakeman were both critical in interviews of Squire, Howe and White continuing on without them.Yes, sometimes called official Yes, consists of long-time Yes members, guitarist Steve Howe and drummer Alan White.