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Yes - Soon (from The Gates Of Delirium) álbum

  • Artista: Yes
  • Título: Soon (from The Gates Of Delirium)
  • Género: Rock
  • País: New Zealand
  • Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM
  • Liberado: 1975
  • Estilo: Prog Rock
  • Etiqueta: Atlantic
  • Catálogo#: ATL 181
  • MP3 álbum: 2412 mb
  • FLAC álbum: 1045 mb
  • Clasificación: 4.0/5
  • Votos: 511
Yes - Soon (from The Gates Of Delirium) álbum

Lista de canciones

1Soon (from The Gates Of Delirium)4:08
2Sound Chaser3:00


Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
N-S-28-163Yes Soon ‎(7")Atlantic, AlvoradaN-S-28-163Portugal1975
45-3242Yes Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") ‎(7", Promo)Atlantic45-3242US1975
3-17-101-021Yes Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") ‎(7")Atlantic3-17-101-021Argentina1975
45-3242Yes Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") ‎(7")Atlantic45-3242US1975
ATL 11644Yes Soon ‎(7", Single)Atlantic, AlvoradaATL 11644Portugal1975


Créditos

  • ProducerEddie Offord, Yes


Empresas

  • Made By – His Master's Voice (NZ) Limited


Vídeo


Álbum

The album title comes from the lyrics of The Remembering High The. Soon, oh soon the light, Pass within and soothe this endless night And wait here for you, Our reason to be here. The Gates of Delirium is the first track on Yess 1974 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. The final section, occurring about 16 minutes in, released as a single in 1975 entitled Soon, is a very gentle, soothing prayer for peace and hope which represents the aftermath of the battle. Before the release of Open Your Eyes, the. Classic Rock Progressive Rock. Songs in album Yes - Soon From The Gates Of Delirium 12 EP 1976. Yes - Sound Chaser. Yes - Roundabout. At almost 22 minutes, it takes up the entire first side of the LP. Before the re-issue of Tales from Topographic Oceans or In a Word: Yes 1969 - , this was the longest officially released studio recording by the band. A 22min 40sec live version of the track recorded at Cobo Hall, Detroit on 17 August, 1976 appears on the live album Yesshows. Loosely based on Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace, the song begins with a prelude, which leads into a lengthy instrumental section beginning at about the 8 minute mark re read more. Produced by Eddy Offord. Album Yesstory. Soon Lyrics. From Relayer: the Gates of Delirium. Soon oh soon the light Pass within and soothe the endless night And 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 The sun will lead us Our reason to be here. More on Genius. The Yes Album is the third studio album by English progressive rock band Yes, released on 19 February 1971 by Atlantic Records. It was the band's first album to feature guitarist Steve Howe, who replaced Peter Banks in 1970, as well as their last to feature keyboardist Tony Kaye until 1983's 90125. The album was the first by the band not to feature any cover versions of songs. The band spent mid-1970 writing and rehearsing new material at a farmhouse at Romansleigh, Devon, and the new songs were. The Gates of Delirium, the opening track, is a perfect example of the creative spark Yes possessed. A 22-minute song, it takes up all of side one, incorporating elements of jazz fusion mixed with progressive rock touches. Musically more direct that the tracks from Tales From Topographic Ocean, The Gates of Delirium still has a musical urgency and a directness which are vital parts of classic Yes songs. The battle segment of the song pulses ahead, buoyed by Alan Whites pulsation rhythms and the end section, called Soon, brings forth the desire redemption while offering a radio friendly Yes single of album-rock stations. Name: Theme From The Gates Of DeliriumSoon. Artist: Steve Howe. Run Time: 6:42. Track Number: 15. Written By: Jon Anderson. Year: 1999. Original Release: Pulling Strings. Other VersionsReleases: Steve Howe - Guitar, Vocals, Backing Tracks. Categories : Songs. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted. Soon Yes, from the album Relayer. The Gates of Delirium is the first track on Yes's 1974 album, Relayer. Based on Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace, the song begins with a prelude, which leads. El mejor tema de yes, segun MI criterio, donde jon anderson se luce como nunca. From Yes Symphonic Live 2001 The song is placed here for listening enjoyment only. Please respect and support the music artists by buying their commercial DV. Yes - Soon. Based on Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace, the song begins with a prelude, which leads into a lengthy instrumental section beginning at about the 8 minute mark representing the battle. The final section entitled Soon, released as a single in 1975, is a very gentle, soothing prayer for peace and hope which represents the aftermath of the battle. Before the re-issue of Tales from Topographic Oceans or In a Word: Yes 1969 - , this was the longest officially released studio recording by the



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