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The Night Is Black

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1045
Media: 1 DVDr Video
Time:
Catalog: JS Quick Transfer: JSQT R-DVD-01
Source: Audience Video (VHS)
Date: July 14, 1984
Location: The Forum, Montreal, Quebec, Canada



DISC 1
Three Stooges Intro / The Spirit of Radio
Subdivisions
The Body Electric
The Weapon
The Enemy Within
Witch Hunt
New World Man
Between the Wheels
Red Barchetta
Distant Early Warning
Red Sector A
Closer to the Heart
Afterimage
YYZ
2112: II The Temples of Syrinx
Tom Sawyer
Red Lenses
Drum Solo
Red Lenses
Vital Signs
Finding My Way
In the Mood



RUSH 840714 The Night Is Black.jpg


Average Rating:Audio: 7
Video: 5

Jun'ya aka The_Sphere
   (Audio - 7, Video - 5)

hi-fi VHS > Toshiba RD-XS31 stand-alone HDD recorder/DVDR burner > DVDr > WinRAR 3.11 > .rar archives

This is the quick digital transfer of the only known complete video footage from p/g tour, live at the Forum, Montreal, PQ. Like well known pair video recording from New World Tour in Montreal, shot from center balcony with tripod. Obviously taped by the same person.

Unfortunately I do not know a low gen. copy of this show but the source I have is not so bad... got at Japanese bootleg video shop Airs in Shinjuku, Tokyo, in late 80's, and the video has annoying logo telp at the corner (sorry I could not ignore that...). The picture is VERY DARK, VERY SOFT FORCUSED but still hold colours and at least could enjoy the laser show. I think it's 3rd or 4th gen. copy.

On the other hand, the sound quality is pretty good. well balanced, warm and powerful recording, with much audience responce. You could listen how the audiences enjoyed the lasers !

For artworks, I picked two from Nov. 21, 1984 Tokyo show on Japanese magazines and one (upclose Geddy behind keys for song selection menu back) from Sep. 30, 1984 Nassau Coliseum on Keyboard Magazine.

Hope all you enjoy this release 'til the day we can obtain more low gen. copy !
   (2004-08-03)

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