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YYZ - Rush - Different Shows Live (CD)

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  • Guramar
    says:
    Sep 07,  · Rush - YYZ (Different Stages) Category Music; Song YYZ (Live) Artist Rush; Album YYZ; Writers.
  • Goltikazahn
    says:
    Different Stages is a live album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in The bulk of the first and second discs were recorded at the World Music Theatre in Tinley Park, Illinois during the Test for Echo tour. Five other songs from various stops along the tour were included and three songs from the Counterparts tour.
  • Kagarr
    says:
    Nov 27,  · Was there any doubt Rush’s Clockwork Angels tour would make it on disc? Rush’s acclaimed tour ended this summer but for the nostalgic and those who couldn’t attend one of the shows, Clockwork Angels Tour (released November 19 on CD and DVD/Blu-Ray) is a nice memento to carry around whenever listening to the latest Rush is a must. It’s not the greatest live album but it certainly .
  • Aralrajas
    says:
    Documentary by video director and longtime Rush photographer Andrew MacNaughtan. Multi angle viewing options on "La Villa Strangiato", "YYZ" and "O Baterista". 2 hidden easter eggs (one is a cartoon made for the live performances of the song "By-Tor And The Snow Dog" during the tour and the other is a live clip made in for the song.
  • Yora
    says:
    Sep 28,  · Different Stages Compact Disc CDN $ In Stock Rush Clockwork Angels Compact Disc CDN $ In Stock Rush R40 Live (3CD + DVD) CD with DVD CDN $ In Stock Rush A Show Of Hands (2LP) Vinyl LP CDN $ In Stock Rush Super Deluxe Edition (CD + Blu-Ray) BLU RAY + CD CDN $
  • Doulrajas
    says:
    Great LIVE CD Bass GROWL is superior in the mix! No particular instrument is dominating. Geddy Lee engineers the final mixdown of this CD-set.3rd CD is an older concert that outshines any bootleg versions. The Jap-version has "Force 10" which even though is played on the rather dolorious "Show of Hands" has WAY more energy than previous versions.
  • Megul
    says:
    "YYZ" is an instrumental rock composition by the band Rush from their album Moving Pictures. It is one of the band's most popular pieces and a staple of the band's live performances. The live album Exit Stage Left and the concert video recording A Show of Hands both include versions in which Neil Peart incorporates a drum solo – as an interlude on the former, and as a segue out of the piece on the .
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