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Relayer album for sale by Yes was released Oct 04, 1994 on the Atlantic (Label) label. Recorded in 1974. Relayer songs Originally released on Atlantic (18122). Relayer album for sale Includes liner notes by Doug Gottlieb, Glenn Gottlieb. Carnivorous, alcohol-loving Rick Wakeman was always at odds with the health-food mindset of the other Yes members, though his brash pomp was at the heart of their sound. When he was replaced by Patrick Moraz (late of '70s prog obscurites Refugee and Mainhorse), it freed the band up to dive headlong into the ethereal, spiritually oriented themes that had always been Jon Anderson's stock in trade. ...See Full Description
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||Masterpiece of Progressive Rock|
There have been many phenomenal progressive rock albums over the years from Yes, EL&P, King Crimson, early 70's Genesis, and even today's best bands, like Dream Theater and Pain of Salvation; but Relayer has to be number one.
By ricknlsn (Lakeville, MA)
This is probably the most jazzy Yes album. Alot of free form type of jamming. Yes made a change on this one.
By dvcmptn1 (Clarksburg, WV, USA)
||YES - Five Man Orchestra|
Yes is one of my all time favorite bands and Relayer is their absolute best! Creativity originality is un-measurable.
By last_child420 (New Bedford, MA, USA)
||One of their best|
This is an amazing album. With the possible exception of "Fragile," the most powerful album Yes produced. I'm a bit surprised by the number of people who link Relayer's style to "Topographic Oceans."
By Oscar (Northern Wisconsin, USA)
||The best progrock albun ever made|
This is just a master piece in the rock history.
By rafaigle (Caracas Venezuela)
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Relayer songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1097439|
|Release Date||Oct 04, 1994|
|Producer||Eddie Offord; Yes|
|Recording Time||40 minutes|
|Personnel||Jon Anderson - vocals|
Steve Howe - vocals, guitar
Chris Squire - vocals, bass
Alan White - drums
Patrick Moraz - keyboards