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Discussion: Yes: Relayer

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Post by wolffman3 October 13, 2014 (1 of 27)
Having recently bought "Close To The Edge and "The Yes Album" the definitive cd/bluray editions of both albums, can't wait for "Relayer" to have the same treatment, once again this will be huge, i must admit if i had a preference
would love to see 90125 and their classic 'Fragile."The past year or so has been
huge for "Yes" fans especially from Japan "The High Vibration Box Set" 16 albums,
"The Studio Albums" 12 discs, their new album "Heaven & Earth" "Wonderous Stories"
yet another best of, and "Songs From The Tsongas". I remember all those years
ago when i bought also a best of "YesYears" if i only new, looking froward to it either way.

Post by Marpow October 14, 2014 (2 of 27)
Yes, I am looking forward to it also. According to the DR values looks like it has never been a great recording from a sonic perspective. I have enjoyed my original 1989 CD however. I am sure the reviews for the upcoming Blu Ray will be great.
http://dr.loudness-war.info/album/list?artist=yes&album=relayer

Post by rammiepie October 14, 2014 (3 of 27)
Marpow said:

Yes, I am looking forward to it also. According to the DR values looks like it has never been a great recording from a sonic perspective. I have enjoyed my original 1989 CD however. I am sure the reviews for the upcoming Blu Ray will be great.
http://dr.loudness-war.info/album/list?artist=yes&album=relayer

Mark, with the best of the Yes "remasters" being the HD Track 2013 release (DR:11), one can only hope that Steve Wilson can certainly do better if he gains access to the absolute multitrack masters and waves his magic surround wand.

Post by Marpow October 14, 2014 (4 of 27)
rammiepie said:

Mark, with the best of the Yes "remasters" being the HD Track 2013 release (DR:11), one can only hope that Steve Wilson can certainly do better if he gains access to the absolute multitrack masters and waves his magic surround wand.

Yes, it seems this Steve Wilson guy is a real cool cat, Ralph. I see he even puts out his own music. Have you ever purchased any and what genre is it?

Post by rammiepie October 14, 2014 (5 of 27)
Marpow said:

Yes, it seems this Steve Wilson guy is a real cool cat, Ralph. I see he even puts out his own music. Have you ever purchased any and what genre is it?

I have a couple of Steve Wilson's Blu ray audio and video discs which are all discrete. To describe his music is difficult. It can go from heavy metal to soothing and melodic. He credits King Crimson as an inspiration so if you like KC, you'll like SW. A good starting point would be his 2012 BD~V Get All You Deserve. An extremely interesting album, impeccably recorded in discrete 5.1. Seriously, one of the best sounding BD~V concert discs (and I have many) in my collection.

If you've ever heard of Brithish rock group Porcupine Tree, Steve was the lead guitarist, singer and songwriter and most of their albums are true 5.1 DVD~As.

Post by Marpow October 14, 2014 (6 of 27)
rammiepie said:

A good starting point would be his 2012 BD~V Get All You Deserve. An extremely interesting album, impeccably recorded in discrete 5.1. Seriously, one of the best sounding BD~V concert discs (and I have many) in my collection.

OK, I am going to check that out.

Post by sylvian October 15, 2014 (7 of 27)
rammiepie said:

I have a couple of Steve Wilson's Blu ray audio and video discs which are all discrete. To describe his music is difficult. It can go from heavy metal to soothing and melodic. He credits King Crimson as an inspiration so if you like KC, you'll like SW. A good starting point would be his 2012 BD~V Get All You Deserve. An extremely interesting album, impeccably recorded in discrete 5.1. Seriously, one of the best sounding BD~V concert discs (and I have many) in my collection.

+1

Post by Kveld-Úlfr November 7, 2014 (8 of 27)
Any release date for this title ? Amazon is being quite ambiguous.

Post by Kutyatest November 7, 2014 (9 of 27)
Kveld-Úlfr said:

Any release date for this title ? Amazon is being quite ambiguous.

I believe it's already available, as some on AV Forums are already reporting that they've received it from Amazon UK.

Post by sylvian November 7, 2014 (10 of 27)
For custommers in EU it is better to order in SW-HQ store. There are no additional charges and the service is reliable.

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