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Pensacola

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1276
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 64:40, 54:19
Catalog: Goregon Music: GM-4A/B
Source: Audience
Date: February 25, 1992
Location: Civic Center, Pensacola, Florida, USA



DISC 1
Intro / Force Ten
Limelight
Freewill
Distant Early Warning
Time Stand Still
Dreamline
Bravado
Roll the Bones
Show Don't Tell
The Big Money
Ghost of a Chance
Subdivisions

DISC 2
The Pass
Where's My Thing
The Rhythm Method
Closer to the Heart
Xanadu / Superconductor
Tom Sawyer
2112 / Finding My Way / La Villa Strangiato >
Anthem / Red Barchetta / The Spirit Of Radio



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Average Rating:Audio: 8

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 8)

This CD is a pretty dang good sounding audience recording from the Roll the Bones Tour but its certainly not the best. If you are looking for a soundboard show you might want to check into "Mirrors".    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
  

This show is fairly typical of the second leg of the RTB tour. Nothing really special happened this night. The Spirit Of Radio is missing from this show. This is an average-sounding audience tape. The guitars are hard to hear, but the overall EQ is pretty good.    (1999-04-01)

National Midnight Star
   (Audio - 8)

Although the sound on this one gets off to a shaky start, it quickly smoothes out into a great audience-quality show. And when I say audience, I mean audience -- all those annoying, drunk fans that think they know the words and know how to sing, and will make sure that you know they know, preferably at the top of their lungs are here for your listening pleasure. The concert itself sounds great, just what you'd hear if you were there at the show. The drums are very sharp. You call this packaging?? The double-CD is in a "digi-pak", an ecologically correct jewel box made of cardboard. Which means no booklet, although some may consider that a bonus. And what's with the picture of shriveled feet on the back? One extra is the picture on the cover itself -- I don't know where this picture of Geddy was taken, or even if it ever appeared in a magazine, so it seems very unique. The encore (track 7) is not listed on the back of the CD, and several people have commented that their CD doesn't contain this track; there may possibly be two versions of this show. Xanadu is also missing from the listing, and The Pass is listed as The Task. Overall, not a bad concert to have on CD. It does contain the whole show with nothing edited out, and is quite a good audience recording. If you don't mind the digi-paks, it's worth the money.   (1999-04-01)

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