Friday, 29 April 2016

Rush [1994.05.07] Animated Remaster (Toronto, ON) [SBD]

Hey 'a smart drummer', thanks for the note.

So, now some more RUSH!

'Animated Remaster'
(A Bumblebee Productions Remaster)
Counterparts Tour 
Maple Leaf Gardens
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Saturday May 7th, 1994

Excellent Soundboard Recording
Encoded: 192 Kbps MP3

Track List: (Artwork Included)
Disc 1:
01 Intro / Dreamline
02 The Spirit Of Radio
03 The Analog Kid
04 Cold Fire
05 Time Stand Still
06 Nobody's Hero
07 Roll The Bones
08 Animate
09 Stick It Out
10 Double Agent
11 Limelight
Disc 2:
01 Bravado
02 Mystic Rhythms
03 Closer To The Heart
04 Show Don't Tell
05 Leave That Thing Alone
06 The Rhythm Method
07 The Trees
08 Xanadu
09 Hemispheres Prelude
10 Tom Sawyer

Neil Peart - drums & percussion : Geddy Lee - vocals, bass & keyboards : Alex Lifeson - guitar. says:
 The setlist for this tour remained constant until the addition of "Bravado" for only the final two weeks of the tour (one of those performances was included on Different Stages). Although not included in the final setlist, during pre-tour rehearsals "Distant Early Warning" was performed between "Force Ten" and "YYZ". This was the last tour in which Rush toured with an opening band. In addition, this is the only tour that did not include any part of "2112" in the setlist; in fact, nothing from the first four albums was in the set. This tour marks the return of "Hemispheres", with 'Prelude' performed for the first time in twelve years; other than a short teaser in the "R30 Overture", "Hemispheres: Prelude" would not be heard again until the R40 Tour.
 Having fun this tour, Geddy usually introduced "Cold Fire" as a country song (often with a country music introduction), and Alex would introduce "Stick It Out" with a humorous comment and later in the show gave humorous band introductions during the "Closer To The Heart" jam; the introductions were never the same, and never did he make correct introductions, usually introducing each member of the band as a famous celebrity. Alex also again played a few notes from the Beach Boys' "Sloop John B" at the end of "The Trees", a practice that began on the final leg of the previous tour. -Original

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