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Live In Lakeland


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 44:18, 58:57
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 41182
Source: Audience
Date: April 11, 1982
Location: Civic Center, Lakeland, Florida, USA

2112: Overture Temples of Syrinx   6:48
Freewill   6:07
Limelight   4:30
Beneath, Between, & Behind   2:56
Subdivisions   5:38
The Camera Eye   11:28
YYZ Drum Solo   6:51

Broon?s Bane   1:47
The Trees   5:11
The Analog Kid   5:11
The Spirit of Radio   5:42
Red Barchetta   7:07
Closer to the Heart   3:46
Tom Sawyer   5:11
Vital Signs   5:12
Working Man   1:51
Hemispheres: Armageddon   0:52
By-Tor and the Snow Dog   0:46
In The End   1:31
In the Mood   1:35
2112: Grand Finale   2:49
La Villa Strangiato   10:26

SIG Lakeland.pdf
SIG Live In Lakeland.pdf
rush lakeland back.jpg
rush lakeland front.jpg

Average Rating:Audio: 5.75

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 5)

This is a recording for the more die hard Rush fan.? It is a very rare recording with pre-release versions of songs from Signals before they actually recorded the album.? The sound isn't very good compared to other live recordings from this era, but is still listenable.? Much time was spent remastering this recording to improve the sound quality and make it more listenable.? Overall it is a distant recording, but you can hear the instruments distinctly enough.? The overall crowd noise is quite high, but you don't hear many people around the recorder, just the high drone of the collective audience.? The main reason for producing this show was to have something from this tour available on cdr.??? As with all Digital Reproductions recordings, it's only available via free trade and never for sale. Just visit the trading links section to find people that will gladly trade this recording for free.    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review

This rare show comes from Rush?s pre-Signals mini-tour. The date on this one is listed incorrectly on most lists I have seen. What?s listed above is correct, since Geddy mentions the city?s name and the fact that it?s Easter (the above day was a Sunday). The set list is pretty much the same as MP/ESL, with Subdivisions and The Analog Kid thrown in. This tour also was the last time many of the older songs were played live, including Armageddon, Working Man, and In the End. A great piece of Rush history. Apparently, Prelude was also played this night, but is omitted from this tape for some reason. It?s too bad the sound isn?t so good. Overall, it?s very muted and compressed towards the middle frequencies. Still, you can hear all the instruments, and with some generous EQing, it?s more or less listenable. Also, the end of YYZ and By-Tor is chopped off.   (1999-04-01)

Meir Weinberg
   (Audio - 6.5)

The sound quality is not great, but this bootleg has, in my opinion, the best version of Vital Signs out there. At the end of the song, Geddy sings the vocals "everybody's got to deviate from the norm" slower than the music, and it just sounds amazing. That's the way the song was meant to be sung. In no other bootleg I've heard does Geddy sing it that well.    (2005-02-02)

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