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Fly By Night
Caress of Steel
All the Worlds a Stage
A Farewell to Kings
Tour of the Semispheres
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Moving Pictures
Exit Stage Left
First Tour of the Nadars
Grace Under Pressure
Second Tour of the Nadars
Power Windows
Hold Your Fire
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Snakes and Arrows Live
Time Machine
Prepare For Tour


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 70:26, 39:42
Catalog: I-Vent: 2405.62-01
Source: Audience
Date: October 25, 1991
Location: Copps Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Force Ten   2:04
Limelight   4:23
Freewill   4:03
Distant Early Warning   4:30
Time Stand Still   6:13
Dreamline   5:06
Bravado   6:07
Roll the Bones   6:25
Show Don't Tell   6:18
The Big Money   5:59
Subdivisions   4:08
The Pass   3:04
Where's My Thing   5:06
Drum Solo   6:51

Closer to the Heart   4:39
Xanadu   6:41
Superconductor   5:03
Tom Sawyer   5:40
The Spirit of Radio   4:52
2112: Overture   3:22
Finding My Way   1:55
La Villa Strangiato   3:18
Anthem   1:42
Red Barchetta   1:37
The Spirit of Radio   0:46

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Average Rating:Audio: 8

   (Audio - 8)

This is the first night of the Roll The Bones tour starting in Hamilton, Ontario. Force ten cut is dramatically cut and we only get to hear the last two minutes. Stereo balance from tapers position gives a big volume difference between effects of Neils electronics etc. Neils drums cut trough and really sound great as well as Geddys voice and bass. Alex is a little distant at times especially his acoustic but overall his guitar comes through well. Crowd noise and talking at times between songs next to taper but quiets down nicely while the boys are playing. You can certainly tell when the taper is hiding the mikes etc. as the highs drop out at times but the come back in and increase the sound quality greatly. Bravado starts abruptly but then settles in once the taper adjusts the mikes. Some mistakes are noticable for this first concert especially during RTB from Geddy. He seems confused as to if he should sing or let the DAT do it at times. Subdivisions has a unique start to it as if the keys are malfunctioning so Neil helps out with a definate count in. At times this has great quality and I would rate it high amoung some of the other audience recordings from this tour. I rate it a solid eight for sure and its the full show.    (2008-10-16)

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