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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

After an extended hiatus following Relayer, Yes regrouped for 1977's Going for the One, bringing grand old ham Wakeman back to record an album of much fewer pretensions than anything they'd done since Fragile. Perhaps inspired by the fact they didn't all hate each other after finishing Going for the One, Yes took the same lineup in for 1978's Tormato. However, even as streamlined song-lengths and a couple of attempts at pop crossover appeared, the band sounded desperate rather than invigorated.

What a big regret I experienced the first time when this album was released. It was not like the kind of YES music like "Relayer" or "Close To The Edge" or even like the predecessor "Going For The One". The first time I heard "Future Times, Rejoice" I said to myself: "What? Is this Yes playing something like this?".

Tormato" is, for me the weaker of all Yes' albums from the 70's. It has some nice moments but but is very disappointing in relation to its previous and following album. Jethro42 February 9th 2018. I had Tormato at a . for a long time. Will relisten to definitely decide. About "Relayer", I'm very glad that it continues growing on you. For me, it's a perfect album and is my number 2 in my Ye's top. Moraz made a terrible job here, undoubtedly.

Relayer is the seventh studio album from the English progressive rock band Yes, released in November 1974 by Atlantic Records. Following the departure of keyboardist Rick Wakeman, the group recruited Swiss player Patrick Moraz as his replacement in August 1974 and recorded the album in bassist Chris Squire's home in Virginia Water, Surrey. While the band started writing and rehearsing for Relayer, several keyboardists were auditioned including Greek musician Vangelis. As Phil Carson of Atlantic Records later explained, "He came to London and tried out Yes but it didn't really gel. Vangelis wouldn't get on a plane and wouldn't fly anywhere and Yes were about to go on tour.

Tracklist

Relayer
1 The Gates Of Delirium
2 Sound Chaser
3 To Be Over
Tormato
4 Future Times/Rejoice
5 Don't Kill The Whale
6 Release, Release
7 Arriving Ufo
8 Circus Of Heaven
9 Onward
10 On The Silent Wings Of Freedom

Notes

Лицензионное соглашение с РАО No BP/032/2000 от 14.01.00.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: CDM 0600-451

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CDM 0600-451 Yes Tormato / Relayer ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) CD-Maximum CDM 0600-451 Russia 2000
CDM 0600-451 Yes Relayer / Tormato ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) CD-Maximum CDM 0600-451 Russia 2000
CDM 0600-451 Yes Tormato / Relayer ‎(CD, Comp, Unofficial) CD-Maximum CDM 0600-451 Russia 2000