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Hartford 28-06-2002

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1167
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 66:36, 49:20, 38:59
Catalog: Void Productions: VDP-121
Source: Audience (DAT)
Date: June 28, 2002
Location: Meadows Music Centre, Hartford, Connecticut, USA



DISC 1
3 Stooges Intro > Tom Sawyer   5:29
Distant Early Warning   4:53
New World Man   4:02
Roll The Bones   6:39
Earthshine   5:29
YYZ   5:04
The Pass   5:00
Bravado   6:02
The Big Money   6:17
Between Sun and Moon   4:40
Vital Signs   4:52
Natural Science   8:09

DISC 2
One Little Victory (beginning cut)   4:44
Driven   5:40
Ceiling Unlimited   5:37
Secret Touch   6:52
Dreamline   5:08
Red Sector A   5:23
Leave That Thing Alone > Drum Solo   12:07
Resist - Acoustic version

DISC 3
2112: Overture/The Temples of Syrinx   6:49
Limelight   4:30
La Villa Strangiato   8:14
The Spirit of Radio   6:28
Bytor and the Snow Dog   4:17
Cygnus X-1   3:19
Working Man   5:22



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Average Rating:Audio: 7

LeeGeddy
   (Audio - 7.5)

This is probably the very first recording to surface from the Vapor Trails tour.? Very nice sounding recording from the opening night of the tour.? The music is a bit far in the mix, but well balanced.? There's a nice bass "rumble" when the low frequencies register.? The source lacks that digital punch found in recordings like Chicago '97 and Landover '96.? Many thanks to Void Productions for a great recording.? A great early addition to anyone's list. Highly recommended.    (2002-12-16)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 7)

A second source from the opening night show. A booming bass end and distant-sounding vocals conspire to give this show a distinct down-the-hall feeling. Also, the start of "One Little Victory" is cut. Nonetheless, it is quite listenable and a very enjoyable recording to hear. This is supposed to be one of the better sources, but "Celebrate the Moment" is definitely better.    (2002-12-16)

Taper's Notes
   (Audio - 8)

Unfortunately at some point during my entrance my D8 got switched to LP mode - so this isn?t as good as it could be... I had a ton of fun taping this show, and the results all around are pretty good. I?m used to a lot longer set break with Phish so I missed the first part of OLV - which is a story in itself - you can probably hear it on the tape.

Oh ya free trade only - also in SHN!

Source: SP-CMC-2 > SP-SPSB-3 > D8 @ 32khz (LP Mode) Section 800, Row BB, seat 14

Transfer: D8 > Coresound 7 pin coax > Ego-sys Waveterminal 2496 (32 - 44.1) > CDWAV > SHN (via mkw)    (2002-12-16)

Aramis K. Vidaurre
   (Audio - 5.5)

Thanks for increasing the RUSH database in recordings. The main problem of this one is not the distance of the instruments; it is the effect (or EQ) on the voice that makes it distorted, not clean. And it gets worse in “Roll the Bones”, where neither the guitar nor Geddy can be appreciated. Well, actually in “Between Moon and Sun”, “Vital Signs” and “Natural Science” it is difficult to distinguish voice and instruments (what does Geddy say after “Driven”???, for example). In “YYZ” and “The Pass” Alex does not get the right note (2:12, 3:50). Fortunately from this gig, there are several boots to be considered since H'02 is not one to remember, except that you really want, of course.    (2007-10-23)

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