YES RELAYER WALLPAPERS
It was remastered in and in , both with previously unreleased tracks; the latter includes new stereo and 5. Sound Chaser – The song has a really jazzy style with a great drums and bass combination for the intro, White was really a great drummer. The previously unissued studio run-through version of “Gates Of Delirium” is alone worth the price of admission for this CD. In the summer of YES released their first record. The rightly-acclaimed’ Soon’ section taunts us with their talents, showing they can still mine the depth of human emotion. The percussion is some of the best in any Yes album, and Alan White, through Jon Anderson and Chris Squire acquired many pieces of old cars from a junk heap which was used on the recording of the album. It was really hard for him
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But we get to hear just how wonderfull he is on this release, which is by far Yes’ magnum opus. A quiet introduction belies the cacaphony that follows, almost as if the band were turbocharged on speed. Howe gained inspiration for the track from a boat ride on The Serpentine lake in Hyde Park in London.
The very word music is the music of its meaning.
Relayer – Wikipedia
I think that because I have left, whoever will come in with them will now help the other four people pull it together, and they’ll get back onto the path and continue to make really good music. YES have evolved from writing simple 32 bar songs to creating complete, complex works that are not symphonies or operas or oratorios or anything else the world has ever known.
Country home in Bucks. The crisis had been surmounted. Not vast cities or empires glittering gold are the symbols of human achievement. The track concludes with a similar section to that which ends “Revealing science of God” and indeed “The remembering” on “Tales. In the end, Relayer would be the debut and the finale for Patrick Moraz, as Rick Wakeman would take the keyboard helm for their next endeavour, Going for the One. Second, relxyer only in repayer really hits the lyrical content for me.
Some moments rise to an almost Mahavishnu Orchestra level of playing.
This gives “Relayer” a differentbut refreshing feel. Still a very good song, in this part of the album you can finally breath, because mostly of “Gates of delirium” and “Sound Chaser” are very complex, heavy and fusion like songs. The epic ending is one that progressive music fans have always found so enchanting and it is nothing short of it.
It’s supposed to be about a battle in some sci-fi universe and it certainly carries a bite. The subject of music is the universe. This doesn’t slow down the sound at all, and if anything the music is crazier than ever.
Lots of work and much more courage, very little time and even less money, were the ingredients that Jon and Chris and their three original musical partners long since departed to play elsewhere mixed into the creation of YES. Then the last half of the song has somewhat the same structure as the beginning of the song, with even greater solos.
This album is neraly flawless.
When Yes Took a Fusion-Inspired Detour With ‘Relayer’
Not a bad effort, certainly, but it’s pretty emblematic of the album’s merging of positive and slightly weak ideas, and I won’t get the urge for it as I might for something like Close To The Edge or South Side Of The Sky.
Great guitar work from Steve a bit of flamenco, a bit of classical influence starting from 3’30”. Moraz truly comes into his own on this piece, adding cascades of shimmering synthesizers which perfectly complement Howe’s keening guitar tones. YES had survived their first year, were playing better than ever, were now in demand. Music is your voice. At least the two preceding tracks had some bite, however much like a mouthful of hot gravel they are to listen to.
R Tolkien – like. This song should dispel any doubts of Moraz’s ability, since he shines throughout. He revealed his intention of depicting “a giant ‘gothic’ cave” for the sleeve, “a sort of fortified city for military monks”.
Additionally, though the atmosphere is given less real obvious focus, it’s very present throughout. It also makes me wonder relyer “Going for the One” would be like if he had stayed in eys band. Gates of Delirium – Fantastic epic.
I say this simply to let anyone out there who may be putting off Relayer because it doesn’t feature the supposed ‘classic’ line-up know that this is the best line-up Yes ever had, and it should have stayed this way, but Jon Anderson wanted Wakeman back, and Steve Howe didn’t want any jazz-rock influence in the band, so alas after only one album, Moraz was let go by the band members.