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Yes - Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") album mp3

Performer: Yes
Title: Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium")
Country: Portugal
Released: 1975
Style: Prog Rock
Rating: 4.8
Votes: 279
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Soon" (From "The Gates of Delirium")" Released: 8 January 1975. Relayer is the seventh studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released in November 1974 by Atlantic Records. After keyboardist Rick Wakeman left the group in May 1974 over disagreements with the band's direction, Yes entered rehearsals as four-piece at bassist Chris Squire's home in Virginia Water, Surrey. Relayer was recorded at Squire's garage studio, marking the first time Yes had made a studio album outside of London. The process was cheaper as they no longer needed to pay fees to book studio time, which allowed the band to spend more time on the music. It is their last from the 1970s to feature Eddie Offord as co-producer before he left to pursue other projects.

The Gates of Delirium" is the first track on Yes’s 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

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 . 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. Submit lyrics correction →. Like. All Music News . Popular Yes Lyrics.

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All the tracks from album Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") of Yes. Yes - Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") photo images watch: Release title: Yes - Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium"). Style of release: Prog Rock music. This album was released on the label Atlantic (catalog number 3-17-101-021). This album was released in 1975 year. Format of the release is. Vinyl, 7".

by Yes. Album: Relayer (1974). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. The song was written with live performance in mind - the band admits that it didn't translate all that well to a recording.

Tracklist

A Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") 4:08
B Sound Chaser 3:00

Notes

Argentinian release. Red black Atlantic label with solid centre.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
N-S-28-163 Yes Soon ‎(7") Atlantic, Alvorada N-S-28-163 Portugal 1975
45-3242 Yes Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") ‎(7", Promo) Atlantic 45-3242 US 1975
45-3242 Yes Soon (from "The Gates Of Delirium") ‎(7") Atlantic 45-3242 US 1975
ATL 181 Yes Soon (from The Gates Of Delirium) ‎(7") Atlantic ATL 181 New Zealand 1975
ATL 11644 Yes Soon ‎(7", Single) Atlantic, Alvorada ATL 11644 Portugal 1975


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