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New boot'

Post by Ogg » Sun May 21, 2006 3:38 am

Finally, almost gave up hope on ever receiving this boot after trading my debut Peart show in January of this year. I d'ld the first disc of this an age ago so it's good to have the complete show.
Here's the relevant info:

"RUSH

Row the Boats

Nov. 07, 1991

The Arena, St. Louis, MO
Catalog: CYGNUS 003/004
Source: SOUNDBOARD
Sound Quality: A
Original pressed silver > EAC (secure mode) > .wav >
dBpower AMP Music Converter > .flac

Setlist:
Disc 1. (59:39)
1. Thus Spoke Zarathustra > Force Ten (5:31)
2. Limelight (4:26)
3. Freewill (4:07) >
4. Distant Early Warning (4:31)
5. Time Stand Still (6:15)
6. Dreamline (5:10)
7. Bravado (7:02)
8. Roll the Bones (6:21)
9. Show Don't Tell (6:18)
10. The Big Money (6:10)
11. Subdivisions (3:48)

Disc 2. (60:24)
1. The Pass (5:23)
2. Where's My Thing ? (5:15)
3. The Rhythm Method (7:12)
4. Closer to the Heart (4:53)
5. Xanado (6:50) >
6. Superconductor (5:15)
7. Tom Sawyer (5:55)
8. Medley: The Spirit of Radio (5:12) >
9. 2112: Overture (3:23) >
10. FInding My Way (2:09) >
11. La Villa Strangiato (3:17) >
12. Anthem (1:43) >
13. Red Barchetta (1:36) >
14. The Spirit of Radio (reprise) (2:21)

Released in early June 2005, under the new RUSH specialized
label CYGNUS, from the bootlegger who runs Ayanami, Langley,
Masterport, Sirene, Power Gate, Reel Master etc. This title
is the second CYGNUS release. Sold at about US$48. Pressed
Silvers, limited 300 copies.

Recorded at Nov. 7, 1991, The Arena, St. Louis, MO.
2 weeks after the opening night for RTB tour. Complete
soundboard (line) recording for the night.

This recording was listed on "Tape Holders" lists some-
times and circulated VERY limited amount of copies as 90 mins
incomplete version (missing later 1/3) but this time revealed
the complete form of the recording and finally launched on
our planet..."

Ironic that I've recently discovered a torrent of this boot'. One good thing is that I'll be able to include it with Schu's belated birthday package :-) .
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Post by schuette » Sun May 21, 2006 7:40 am

YAH!!!!!!! :hello1: .....cheers Ogg.....your the man :-D
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Post by Kares4Rush » Sun May 21, 2006 10:42 am

Aye! Ogg! That's so GREAT!

But, MY birthday isn't until November... :oops: :roll: ;)
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Freeze this moment a little bit longer...

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Post by Ogg » Sun May 21, 2006 3:05 pm

Excellent quality for a boot, almost perfect :-) . Makes a nice change to play some Rush again. Anyway, here are the covers for those who are interested.

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I must admit (after a mere three listens) that this is of the highest quality both production and band performance wise. I'm listening to 'Where's My Thing' at the moment, complete with an extended intro (new to me) :-) . Oh my! The Lord Ged has just announced "Ladies and Gentleman, Neil Peart, The Rythm Method" (must've missed this earlier) and it's a another version of his solo that I havent heard, great stuff :-D .
Ironically 'Roll the Bones' is my least favourite Rush album and the title track is my least fav' track but this show kinda makes amends :-) . Typically 'RTB's' is my thirteen year old sons fav Rush track ever...
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Post by Ogg » Sun May 21, 2006 3:18 pm

Kares4Rush wrote:Aye! Ogg! That's so GREAT!

But, MY birthday isn't until November... :oops: :roll: ;)
Play your cards right and who knows what the pixie of happiness may bring! :-D .
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Post by schuette » Sun May 21, 2006 3:25 pm

awww isnt that sweet....Ogg is calling himself a pixie :-D
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Post by Ogg » Sun May 21, 2006 4:24 pm

schuette wrote:awww isnt that sweet....Ogg is calling himself a pixie :-D
Damn :x ! I just knew someone would pick up on that. I actually returned to edit my post heh heh :-), I'm caught .
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Post by schuette » Sun May 21, 2006 4:34 pm

yeah you got caught well and truely :lol: ......and you should have known I would pick up on that ;)
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Post by Middle Kingdom » Mon May 22, 2006 6:57 am

Ogg, would ya wanna set up a trade?
I'd be interested in that show and the debut Peart show.

I have a show from the AFTK tour on the way to me,
and I can send you a list of other shows I have if you are interested.

Lemme know.
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Post by Slaine mac Roth » Mon May 22, 2006 9:52 am

Glad to hear about what seems to be a really decent RTB boot, the htree that I've got are all a little on the disapointing side -

Mirrors, while possibly the best sounding boot of all time, suffers from a lacklustre performance. In fact, the band sounds like they're going through the motions. Then again, it was mid tour performance.

Run Faster is pretty good as its a radio broadcast (hence the sound quality is good) and the performance is a decent one. But (and its a pretty big but), it loses points because its not the complete set.

For a Limited Time (basically the same as the awfully titled Over the Europe but from an MP3 source) is a good performance but, as its an audience recording, suffers sound wise.
'Do not despise the snake for having no horns, for who is to say it will not become a dragon?'

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Post by Ogg » Mon May 22, 2006 5:07 pm

Middle Kingdom wrote:Ogg, would ya wanna set up a trade?
I'd be interested in that show and the debut Peart show.

I have a show from the AFTK tour on the way to me,
and I can send you a list of other shows I have if you are interested.

Lemme know.
I'm sure we can work out something mate. The Peart debut is poor quality though so be warned.
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Post by Middle Kingdom » Tue May 23, 2006 9:02 am

Not a problem on the Peart debut.
just something to add to the collection.

The boot I got is from the ATWAS tour
from 5/10/77 Milawaukee.

Two discs

Rush - You Can Trust Your Car To The Man Inside The Star
May 10, 1977
Riverside Theater
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


Moose Records - 0701-01/02

Source: Audience Analog master > cdr

Disc 1 (46:34):

01 - Bastille Day 6:11
02 - Anthem 5:07
03 - Lakeside Park 4:02
04 - 2112: Overture 4:29
05 - 2112: The Temples Of Syrinx 2:09
06 - 2112: Presentation 4:23
07 - 2112: Soliloquy 2:31
08 - 2112: Grand Finale 3:18
09 - Xanadu 10:41
10 - Something For Nothing 3:43

Disc 2 (48:08):

01 - By-Tor And The Snow Dog 12:18
02 - The Necromancer: Under The Shadow/Return Of The Prince 6:06
03 - Working Man/Finding My Way/Working Man/Drum Solo 14:38
04 - Fly By Night 2:03
05 - In The Mood 3:35
06 - What You're Doing 6:02
07 - Best I Can 3:26

Pre-release version of Xanadu and of course parts 2&3 of Necromancer are the highlights here.
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Post by Slaine mac Roth » Tue May 23, 2006 9:43 am

Ogg wrote: The Peart debut is poor quality though so be warned.
BY the way Ogg, have you still got the version that you sent to me or have you managed to pick up the new version that's being circulated Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down which is a little bit better. (If you haven't, let me know and I'll senfd you a copy :-D )
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Post by Ogg » Tue Jul 25, 2006 3:51 am

*bump* for H3's attention :-) .

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Post by H3WMW » Wed Jul 26, 2006 5:45 am

2 other really good boots (or ROIOs) from the Roll The Bones tour has to be "Big Money Meets The Big Apple" recorded on 7th December 1991 at Madison Square Gardens, New York, and "Mirrors" recorded on 30th January 1992 at the Oakland Coliseum, Oakland, California.

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