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5 stars 1974 is a very big year for progressive rock, probably the best. The new typesetters Switzerland Patrick Moraz (Refugee) will respond immediately to the group on "Relayer" and given the best of himself. Nine sounds emerge, with a high dynamic scale. Yes has its own studio and can work and his music more calmly with Chris Squire. The 1st song "The Gates of Delirium" lasts 22 minutes, with dexterity and incredible mastery. The evocation of a battle here with sounds of a rare violence yes, and the battery Alan White who want wild and inaccurate. Jon Anderson sings with a voice from heaven, peace at the end of the track "Soon, oh soon ..." it gives hope somewhere a lot of people around the world as "Relay" is a big international success. the title is majistral and great beauty. "Sound Chaser" he breaks the shackles outright, insanity wins music in perpetual motion. The guitar, not granted by Steve Howe is shocking to see unleashed, but beautiful, so original. "To be over" revives a classic own group, afi nd not to frighten the listener of this opus Yes if volcanic. "Yes" signs a progressive album has the pure state, with extreme violence and gentleness, the group achieved a masterpiece
Discographia | 5/5 |


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