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Under The Starwood


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 70:30, 71:11
Catalog: BumbleBee Productions: BBP1999
Source: Audience (DAT)
Date: June 05, 1997
Location: Starwood Amphitheater, Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Thus Spake Zarathustra - Dreamline   5:33
Limelight   4:29
Stick It Out   5:06
Driven   5:14
Half The World   3:49
Red Barchetta   6:58
Animate   6:55
Limbo   5:22
The Trees   5:20
2112   21:39

Test for Echo   6:51
Freewill   5:43
Red Sector A   5:16
Roll the Bones   6:31
Resist   4:23
Leave That Thing Alone   4:45
The Rhythm Method   8:48
Natural Science   8:13
Force Ten   4:47
The Spirit of Radio   5:30
Tom Sawyer   5:12
YYZ   5:04

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Average Rating:Audio: 8

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8)

An excellent sounding show, one of the 10 best from the tour so far.? The signal is very clean and packs a full wallop.? Neil comes through very loud and with full impact, sounds great when played very loud.? There are a few problems with the recording though.? There are a few bits of DAT based digital noise during "Dreamline", but they are very short and under a 1/2 second.? The beginning of "Test for Echo" has a few problems with some distortion (levels too high) and then gets really quiet (overcompensation), but all that straightens out by the first minute.? There are also some bizarre transitions between songs, probably to remove crowd noise in between songs to shorten the recording.? Still, a fine sound audience show.???? 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.

NOTE: This was the first ever collaboration between Digital Reproductions and Bumblebee Productions.    (1999-12-04)

   (Audio - 8)

I really like the mix of this digital recording a lot, especially Neil's drums. It's tight with good low end bass.? Geddy's voice and his bass are up-front in the mix as well (which is always a good thing!!!).? Only drawbacks are the short digital noises Digital Dan mentions, and that it's not the full's missing the following songs towards the end of the first set: Virtuality, Nobody's Hero and Closer to the Heat, and parts of the audience has been removed.? According to several sources, the original DAT tape is missing the same songs.? For you artwork buffs, the front image of the cover is an actual photo of the "Cygnus Loop" somewhere out in space in a galaxy far, far away!!    (1999-12-04)

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