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Exit Stage Left
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Land Of The Living


Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 67:47, 49:14, 45:18
Catalog: Rush-Signals Production: #RSP-020914-1
Source: Audience (DAT Master Clone)
Date: September 14, 2002
Location: The Gorge Amphitheatre, George, Washington, USA

Three Stooges Intro   0:51
Tom Sawyer   4:52
Distant Early Warning   4:58
New World Man   4:06
Roll The Bones   6:39
Earthshine   5:39
YYZ   4:45
The Pass   5:12
Bravado   6:17
The Big Money   6:11
Between Sun and Moon   4:54
Vital Signs   4:53
Natural Science   8:30

One Little Victory   7:35
Driven   5:35
Ceiling Unlimited   5:42
Secret Touch   6:59
Dreamline   5:12
Red Sector A   5:17
Leave That Thing Alone   5:00
The Rhythm Method   7:54

Resist - Acoustic version   4:45
2112: Overture/Temples of Syrinx   6:54
Limelight   4:34
La Villa Strangiato   9:53
The Spirit of Radio   6:02
Bytor and the Snow Dog   4:38
Cygnus X-1   3:12
Working Man   5:20

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Average Rating:Audio: 8.75

Dave@Rush-Signals Productions
   (Audio - 9.5)

Production Notes: Wow! This show is awesome. A great recording, all instruments are clear with good highs and lows. The is a very tight recording sounding like you were right on top of the speakers leaving minimal crowd noise, but giving you an above average recording. It's so nice to hear a clean recording that absolutely rocks. Available for trade, tree, shn, 2:1 or any other way possible.    (2002-10-29)


Same source as SR's "A Fun Consrt".? Equipment info:? Nakamichi CM300 > Sony D8, from the lawn.    (2002-11-16)

   (Audio - 8)

According to LeeGeddy's post above, its the same source as "A Fun Consrt". After several listens I now believe they are. Its quite hard to tell initially as LOTL is pretty heavily processed. Its much more upfront than "A Fun Consrt" and sounds quite well at low to medium volume levels. However, if you turn it up, the flaws surface as its clipped in many places. At lower volumes, LOTL sounds better, but if you wish to crank it, I'd recommend "A Fun Consrt".   (2004-10-18)

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