Thanks for posting that Bondo! Great version of an awesome song. Saw them in 87 or 88 on the Hold Your Fire tour. They sounded exactly like the album version due to all the pre recorded tracks. Those three dudes could rock!Yeah I saw that today as well. Wasn't a fan in their heyday, but years later would come around and really begin to recognize the huge talent behind this team.
Always enjoyed this one.
I've come across a little Rand stuff, mostly quotes. LOL I never made the connection. But "New World Man' and "Subdivisions" yeah it makes sense.Thanks for posting that Bondo! Great version of an awesome song. Saw them in 87 or 88 on the Hold Your Fire tour. They sounded exactly like the album version due to all the pre recorded tracks. Those three dudes could rock!
This sounds cheesy, but I swear to God it's TRUE. Tuesday the 7th, I saw a guy at work reading Atlas Shrugged, and started talking about Ayn Rand and Altruism. I asked him if he was a fan of Rush, and that a lot of their early music was based on that.
I just couldn't post on this......way too sad. I never got to see RUSH, and wasn't even a fan until the documentary (hate to say that, but it's true) I went back and got their entire discogrophy since them, and have become a die hard. Tried to go to the last tour, but just wasn't in the cards then they made the announcement about not touring anymore.I was lucky enough to see them 4 times back in the 70s and early 80s. including front row in East Troy, WI on 5/28/78. Here's the set list from that show:
Get the Rush Setlist of the concert at Alpine Valley Music Theatre, East Troy, WI, USA on May 28, 1978 from the A Farewell to Kings Tour and other Rush Setlists for free on setlist.fm!www.setlist.fm
R,I,P,. Mr. Peart, your music will live on forever.