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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1210
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 70:30, 73:49, 22:09
Catalog: : LDR0160/61/62
Source: Audience (DAT)
Date: December 06, 1996
Location: UNO Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA



DISC 1
Thus Spake Zarathustra   1:34
Dreamline   5:11
The Big Money   6:57
Driven   5:34
Half The World   3:57
Red Barchetta   6:58
Animate   7:06
Limbo   5:42
The Trees   5:33
Red Sector A   5:21
Virtuality   6:16
Nobody's Hero   5:14
Closer to the Heart   5:07

DISC 2
2112   21:17
Intermission   1:21
Test for Echo   7:18
Subdivisions   5:39
Freewill   5:53
Show Don't Tell   6:21
Resist   4:33
Leave That Thing Alone   4:48
The Rhythm Method   8:26
Natural Science   8:13

DISC 3
Force Ten   4:53
The Spirit of Radio   4:59
Tom Sawyer   6:44
YYZ   5:33



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Average Rating:Audio: 7.5

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8)

An excellent show, one of the 3 best from the tour.? The signal is very clean and there is incredibly little crowd noise around the taper.? So little that it gives the show a nearly soundboard quality, kind of weird feeling as you know it is an audience recording.? The Big Money has the famous "Wipeout" ending which really adds another dimension to the song.? They used to use a snippet of Pipleline for the end of "In the Mood" during the Presto tour as well as some shows during the RtB tour, a nice touch for the fans.? Along with the 5/11/97 show and the 6/22/97 show, this is as good as the T4E shows sound.? While not quite as clear as the Mountainview show, it is still very much worth your while to find this show from a trader.    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 8)

This is a very rare show, which also has the distinction of being the best-sounding first leg TFE show out there. It?s still not quite as good as the 5/11/97 show, however. The band is really finding their pace by this point, resulting in a higher-energy show than was normal in previous concerts on this tour. The sound is very clear, with a great dynamic range. Alex?s guitar is a bit quiet, but this was generally the way the mix sounded on this leg. Hopefully, this show will make it into the mainstream fairly quickly.    (1999-04-01)

Aramis K. V.A
   (Audio - 6.5)

The sound in this one is pretty fair. It doesn’t reach the standards that others from this same gig have. Indeed, you realize that “Subdivisions” is being played when drums and guitar get in, not when Geddy strikes the first key notes. Not significant changes in their performance and set list, except that “Show Don’t Tell” is indexed, but actually it is “Roll the Bone”. This only mishap makes it worth to count for, not even that Alex’s out of tune in “Red Sector A” (mark 3:24, man what a note!!) or that his rant sounds lower in T4E, right after the solo. Probably you might consider other boots from this gig.   (2008-02-05)

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