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The Gates Of Delirium - Yes - Soon The Light (CD)

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  1. This album is digitally remastered and expanded with rare bonus material. Produced with Yes' hands-on participation, these historic releases now house redesigned booklets, restored LP art, archival photos, and all-new liner notes. This album is now expanded with 3 cuts including a previously unreleased version of "The Gates of Delirium" and single edits of "Soon" and "Sound Closer"/5().
  2. Nov 28,  · “The Gates of Delirium” is the first track on Yes’s album, Relayer. The song is based on Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace, and it begins with a lengthy vocal section followed by a long instrumental.
  3. Length The Gates of Delirium is the first track on Yes’s album, Relayer. At almost 22 minutes, it takes up the entire first side of the LP.
  4. ALBUM: Relayer Transcription: Rapha?l Chaize, student in Business School in Nice, France Note: This is the end part of a fabulous piece "the gates of delirium" I think it was released as a single at the time. This is why this beautiful song has its own autonomy. The guitar is played with a bottle-neck, the long slides are symbolised with a "/". I have put the chords between .
  5. The Years Of Delirium (Virtuoso ///). This new release from the Virtuoso label collects two of the best sounding Yes concerts of the mid 70’s, both are from the Relayer era of the band featuring Jon Anderson on vocals, Steve Howe on guitar and vocals, Chris Squire on bass and vocals, Alan White on drums and Patrick Moraz on keyboards. This is my personal .
  6. Soon oh soon the light Pass within and soothe this endless night Oh wait here for you, our reason to be here Soon oh soon the time All we move to gain will reach and calm Our heart is open, our reason to be here Long ago, set into rhyme Soon oh soon the light Ours to shape for all time, ours the right The sun will lead us, our reason to be here.
  7. Yes es una banda de rock progresivo británica, formada en en Londres, que adquirió fama internacional en los años 70, erigiéndose en uno de los pilares del género, junto a grupos como Pink Floyd, Camel., Genesis, King Crimson o Emerson, Lake & Palmer.
  8. The song was written with live performance in mind - the band admits that it didn't translate all that well to a recording. In our interview with Jon Anderson, he mentioned it as one of his favorites to play live, and explained: "The record company didn't know what to do with it, but we did, because we were performing it on stage and that was our legacy, to be able to go on stage and perform.

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