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None of this going through a record company and hoping that they're going to promote it well, and so on and so on." Could this be a reference to the Zamran project (see below)?In an Apr 2017 interview, Anderson said, "I'm just a workaholic when it comes to music.
It's something to do with the energy of who we are musically and not who's in the band. 'Heart of the Sunrise' and 'Awaken,' [...] it's still alive and going." Asked in another Apr 2016 interview how, if he had "a magic wand", he'd like to see Yes wrap up, Anderson replied: "Create some of the greatest music in the next 20 years.
But now I feel like that it is part of my DNA, and I can't stop wanting to create large-scale pieces of music that obviously have a very strong connection with Yes, because that's what I did with the band.
I helped to create these larger pieces of music.] That's one of the things I've learnt over the last five or six years to work with people via the internet.
Anderson's main focus at present is Anderson, Rabin and Wakeman (ARW).
He has multiple further projects on the go, many involving collaboration over the Internet.
[...] I was wondering what am I doing [with all this music]. I better get on with it." In the Mar 2006 article, Anderson discusses various projects that he has started over the last few decades, saying, "I want to get [those] finished and get ready for the coming next few years because I think these are the best years of my life coming up." In a Mar 2008 interview, Anderson is quoted as saying: "I'm always working on one or two or three things. I've got another 20 or 30 years left." He has been going about this in a number of ways, including The Lost Tapes and other archival releases, re-visiting his "Chagall" musical and Zamran.
He has also talked of enjoying having multiple projects on the go: this from a Mar 2010 interview, "I'm just working on [a specific project] along with a dozen other projects at the same time. Like baking a few cakes at the same time and watching them get better and better and tastier musically speaking." In the aforementioned Jun 2012 interview, Anderson said, "I've got a backlog of songs.I know it sounds crazy, but I like it when you're not quite sure what you're gonna do until you get on stage. I've got this project coming up next year  which encompasses that, the idea that music is more important than how many sell, or even the charts [...] after a while you've gone through that experience, all you want to do is create music without having to worry if people are gonna hear it.In an Aug 2016 interview, seemingly conducted in Jul or earlier, Anderson said, "I'd rather just do, sort of, ideas now and again. So what you do, you make music, you put it on the Internet and eventually people hear it, if they're interested.Anderson has been keen to tackle a substantial backlog of projects and musical ideas.In a Jan 2005 Rockline interview, he said his new year's resolution was "to finish all the songs and projects I've started and not finished for the last twenty years." In a circa May 2004 Jam Base interview, he said, "I just got in a trunk full of songs I've written over the years and there must be a thousand songs there.I'm still Yes, I'm still part of Yes in my heart and soul. I can't tell them what to do, because it's not my band.