The Gates Of Delirium - Yes - Yesshows (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. “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.
  2. Their first live album in seven years, it is compiled of recordings from their , , and tours from dates in North America and Europe with its mixing supervised by bassist Chris Squire. Yesshows was remastered and expanded in by Isao Kikuchi, and published by Warner Music Japan as part of their "Yes SHM-CD Papersleeve" curdlesusacmegajurelafuchtidis.coinfo: Progressive rock.
  3. " 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 section (beginning at about the 8 minute mark) representing a battle.
  4. Incredible workouts on "Wonderous Stories," "Don’t Kill The Whale," "Time And A Word," and the epic "The Gates Of Delirium" and "Ritual" made this live document a much time honored masterpiece. This amazing release has been out of print for over three decades on vinyl, that is until now.
  5. All in all, this is an excellent and extremely well recorded live album by Yes that features great versions of their studio works, especially Gates of Delirium and Ritual, and more or less forms a bookend to their definitive works from the s/5().
  6. “Yesshows” is the second live album of Yes and was released in , shortly after the release of “Drama”. Issued when Yes were about to disband, soon after this live album, “Yesshows” is a very important live document of their late 70’s era.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Yesshows on Discogs. Label: Atlantic - 23()/ • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Colombia • Genre: Rock • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock.
  8. Nov 18,  · "The Gates of Delirium" is the first track on Yes's album, Relayer. The album title comes from the lyrics of "The Remembering (High The Memory)" from Tales from Topographic Oceans.
  9. Même si cet album a un réel intérêt historique, on ne peut pas raisonnablement le comparer à Yessongs. D'abord, c'est un album bouche-trou, sorti après Drama à une époque où Yes en état semi-comateux n'a plus rien à proposer. Contrairement à Yessongs, Yesshows est constitué d'enregistrements et de périodes beaucoup plus disparates, avec deux claviéristes au style très différent/5().

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