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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1332
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 72:05, 61:40
Catalog: Classical Shots on CD: CSCD 007/008
Source: Audience
Date: June 20, 1992
Location: Jones Beach, Long Island, New York, USA



DISC 1
Intro/Force Ten   5:30
Limelight   4:31
Freewill   8:40
Distant Early Warning   6:21
Time Stand Still   5:11
Dreamline
Bravado   6:47
Roll The Bones   6:21
Show Don?t Tell   6:27
The Big Money   6:27
Ghost Of A Chance   5:34
Vital Signs   4:51
The Analog Kid   5:25

DISC 2
The Trees   4:50
Where?s My Thing   6:12
The Rhythm Method   7:48
Closer To The Heart   4:55
Xanadu   6:47
Superconductor   5:18
Tom Sawyer   7:07
The Spirit Of Radio   4:59
2112: Overture/Finding My Way/La Villa Strangiato/Anthem/Red Barchetta/The Spirit Of Radio/Cygnus X1   13:44



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Average Rating:Audio: 9

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 9)

I think that this bootleg is one of the most overlooked gems in the bootleg collection. When I first got a hold of this boot, I wasn't expecting much -- but I was wrong. It's easy to overlook this CD when there are so many great sounding shows from the RTB tour. While this isn't the cream of the crop ... it's right up there.    (1999-04-01)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
  

This show from the waning days of the RTB tour features perhaps one of the best setlists ever! The addition of Vital Signs, The Analog Kid, and The Trees really give this concert a different flavor than the other shows from this tour. The playing is also truly amazing, with Alex really using the feedback and vibrato to give Tom Sawyer a slightly different feel. A must for any collection, which complements earlier RTB shows quite well! The sound quality is equally impressive on this show. The EQ is a bit trebly, but this is easily adjusted for. A crisp, rich sound makes you feel like you?re there for this show.    (1999-04-01)

Rush CD Bootleg List
  

On this double-CD you get a full Roll the Bones show, from the opening notes of the cartoon to the end of the encore. You also get "The Trees", "Vital Signs", and "The Analog Kid", not found on any other RTB CD boot. The sound is overall slightly distant, but usually the crowd is not overly noisy nor close by the recorder. You can, however, hear a few of them singing parts of songs ("Limelight" comes to mind), and sometimes talking in the background (notably "Freewill"). The sound does occasionally vary, as if the mics (or recorder) are being moved. The quality is as if you were at a concert in a large arena, listening to the show yourself. Some people may find the singing/talking annoying, but that's what happens at a real concert. The packaging is adequate, using pictures from the Grace Under Pressure era rather than more recent shots. The biggest flaw is the mislabeling of songs: "The Analog Kid" as "Chemistry" & "Distant Early Warning" as "Red Sector A". "Dreamline" is left off the back listing, but is on the CD. Overall, a decent CD, not to be missed for "The Analog Kid" or "The Trees". If you've got some spare change, by all means grab it!   (1999-04-01)

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