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... After his departure from Yes, Sherwood worked with Chris Squire to release Conspiracy, including some work they composed together some years before ... Following that, Sherwood composed his first solo album called The Big Peace in which he played most of all the instruments and also produced ... In 2003, Sherwood released another album with Chris Squire, the project becoming known as Conspiracy ...
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