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Soud Chaser - Yes - Soon The Light (CD)

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  1. Nov 13,  · The single cuts of "Soon" and "Sound Chaser" are available on the remastered and expanded version of Relayer. "Soon" is better stripped down, but the fadeout is lame, and "Sound Chaser" will always be a faintly crazy experimental piece no matter how you slice and dice the tapes/5(3).
  2. Yes had fallen out of critical favor with Tales from Topographic Oceans, a two-record set of four songs that reviewers found erecriconfutaravareclaconna.coinfo they had not fallen out of the Top Ten, and so they had little incentive to curb their musical ambitiousness. Relayer, released 11 months after Tales, was a single-disc, three-song album, its music organized into suites that alternated abrasive.
  3. The album follows the same structure as `Close to the Edge' in that it has a minute opening number 'The Gates of Delirium' containing several movements with varying tempos, then two further numbers each of around 10 minutes: the frenetic `Sound Chaser' and a more relaxing classic Yes number `To be Over' which in mood would have fit right in /5().
  4. Yes - Sound Chaser Live @ Long Beach Arena 23rd June Yes live at Long Beach [] - Full Show: Yes Live: 6/23/75 - Long Beach - And You And I.
  5. Relayer Atlantic / Wea The Gates Of Delirium submit Sound Chaser submit To Be Over submit Soon Sound Chaser (single version) submit The Gates of Delirium (Studio run through) submit; The Gates Of Delirium submit Sound Chaser submit To Be Over submit Soon Sound Chaser (single version) submit The Gates of Delirium (Studio run through) submit; The Gates Of Delirium submit Sound Chaser .
  6. The battle gives way to the beautiful closing ballad Soon, a prayer for peace and hope. The album continues with Sound Chaser, a prog-rock-jazz fusion experiment heavily influenced by Moraz’s style and To Be Over, a calm and gentle conclusion to the album, based on a melody by Steve Howe.
  7. Get all the lyrics to songs on Relayer and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  8. General CommentI find it hard to comment on the lyrics to this song, not because they're as nebulous as ever, but simply because they introduce and then pale before some of the most incredibly blistering music of Yes' halcyon days of the mid 70s. All you mixers and samplers out there (who claim to be able to 're-invent' music), take the best bits from the best instrumental breaks from the best.

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