Yes - The Gates Of Delirium Live 1975 (HD) - A Celebration 2DVD set





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Published on Mar 10, 2012


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The Gates Of Delirium performed live at Queen's Park Ranger's stadium in May of 1975. Available on Yes, A Celebration 1969-1979 2DVD set

You can view the mini-movie/trailer for Yes, A Celebration 2-DVD set at my Dailymotion account here:
it runs about 4 1/2 minutes

Check out these CDs from my favorite Yes era: Yes - 1969 Time and a Word - 1970 The Yes Album - 1971 Fragile - 1971 Close to the Edge - 1972 Tales from Topographic Oceans - 1973 Relayer - 1974 Going for the One - 1977 Tormato - 1978

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Daniel Perez
Chris Squire, The Sky has a new Star
Christopher Michael Ayres
It pisses me off that the R and R hall of fame waits until after he dies to induct YES , how can it be YES without Chris Squire ?
Back When Music Was Driven By Passion NOT Thee Almighty Dollar. Thanks For Sharing
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fucking green day...how a shit band like that ever made it is a mystery. They SUCK and still do.
Christopher Michael Ayres
im only 31 years old and am totally into this music its so much better constructed and melodic than the modern Rock n Roll tripe of bands like Green Day or dare i say the name Coldplay lol
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Yeah....if only Beethoven would have skipped those 33 minutes of noodling in is 9th and gone straight to movement 4 he would have had something. If Wagner would have cut out all the crap and gone straight to Ride of the Valkyrie he would have had a tight little song. Really?  Yes this mix leaves a lot to be desired and Moraz's sounds were a hell of a lot nicer in the studio but Jesus Christ! These guys were phenomenal! I saw this tour and it was transcendent in every way. Gates of Delirium was, and remains, an amazing piece of work, by courageous musicians who utilized each others strengths as well as any band ever.
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Karthikeyan Subramanian
I watched them play this in 2000, Columbus Ohio. Someone lost the count somewhere in the middle and Jon stopped the show and they restarted the whole number all over and nailed it. Jon said something about how all the parts were being actually played. Nothing was pre-recorded or triggered. And humbly Jon acknowledged how this was one of their most difficult numbers to pull off.
I signed on for the first time in months to say I totally agree with you. All these years later, this is transcendent. Such a great performance...studio, YesShows...I was a kid in Montana and stared at that Cobo Hall picture knowing that I would have to go to a city to hear music like that. Still in a city all these years later. They inspired me. Still love this.
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christopher galvin
It's a great album! Hard to believe they went from this to Owner of a Lonely Heart.
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Stuart Wilson-Wilde
christopher galvin absolutely right
Paulo Pinheiro
+Jos Bruls That's because, when Moraz joined the band, most of the music was already done (but not recorded); the songs were made without keyboards in mind, with guitars filling the role; and when Moraz came in, they adapted some of the guitar parts to the keyboards. So, in fact, it is Moraz's keyboard playing that resembles Steve's playing. Imho.
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natalie goldberg
Moraz is fine, he is just way TOO HIGH in the mix.
I love the sound of his Hammond organ
bruce walter
You've got to hear the whole song together - it's essential. I remember when this came out how terrible I thought it was. The many years have brought great appreciation of this piece. To me most of the song is insane like war - and then Soon at the end the war is over and there's peace. But you got to hear the whole damn thing together to get the effect.
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Esteban Posada Duque
...wtf ... ¿ are you sick, blind & deaf ? ....
Gary Garber
+Steve Lockwood HATE SOON? what planet are you from. crawl back under your rock. slither back in to your cave. c'mon man. YOU listen to YES music . . .? I'll buy ya a Justin bieber concert ticket enjoy
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John Murphy
Yes! Still my favourite piece of theirs outside of Topographic Oceans.... Critics got it all wrong with that one! ProgRock at it's ultimate best this!
Stephen Lawrence
John Murphy mine too
Philip Hodkinson
This track blew me away in '75 and still does. Yes were my second top band to King Crimson. This would not have been out of place on one of their albums.
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I still wonder this is played by just six guys.
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Harold de Mure
No. It´s Wakeman, maybe just had a nice time with Howe´s groupie ;-)
Owen Hu
you are an idiot
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chet dempski
Heaven has a new bass player. RIP Chris Squire. Saw their very 1st live performance of TGOD, late in 1974 at the Boston Garden. Patrick Moraz's 1st appearance with them. To this day I have only one word to describe that incredible night......RELIGIOUS !!!
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