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End Of The Road

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1334
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 70:54, 60:52
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 62892-9
Source: Audience (DAT Master)
Date: June 28, 1992
Location: World Music Theater, Tinley Park, Illinois, USA



DISC 1
Intro   0:31
Force Ten   4:38
Limelight   4:18
Freewill   4:01
Distant Early Warning   4:27
Time Stand Still   6:49
Dreamline   4:59
Bravado   6:48
Roll The Bones   6:04
Show Don?t Tell   6:18
The Big Money   6:22
Ghost Of A Chance   5:22
Vital Signs   4:47
The Analog Kid   5:23

DISC 2
The Trees   5:22
Where?s My Thing?   5:42
The Rhythm Method   8:03
Closer To The Heart   4:49
Xanadu   6:28
Superconductor   5:01
Tom Sawyer   6:55
The Spirit Of Radio   4:56
2112: Overture   3:17
Finding My Way   2:05
La Villa Strangiato   3:12
Anthem   1:43
Red Barchetta   1:32
The Spirit Of Radio (Reprise)   0:56
Cygnus X-1   0:40



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Average Rating:Audio: 7.25

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7.5)

Another fine sounding source from the second leg of the RtB tour. This is an incredible sounding show, the high end is very well captured as are the sound effects. Due to a problem during the taping, a section of the recording was missing between Vital Signs and Tom Sawyer. As much of the DAT master source was used as possible with a different 1st gen source used as filler for the missing material. While there is a pronounced difference in sound quality, it makes for a full show. Thankfully, this great sounding show is also from the 2nd US leg of the RtB tour with the expanded setlist. The inclusion of Vital Signs, The Analog Kid, and The Trees make these late tour shows the ones to get. A highly recommended show to any fan of this tour. ?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.    (2002-12-28)

Taper's Notes
  

This show was the last RtB show of the tour. Due to reception issues, I was not able to do scanner recording on this particular night (unlike the previous night at Alpine Valley). So, instead I changed my strategy and did an audience recording. This show is great. The crowd is into it and the boys are at the top of their game on this final night. The performance is tight and very spirited. Alex and Geddy's performance is awesome and Neil has never sounded better. Since this is a 3rd leg show, Vital Signs, Analog Kid and The Trees are in the setlist and they sound very cool. I recorded this show with an Audio Technica AT-822 cardioid microphone, a Sony TCD-D3 DAT recorder (48kHz sampling frequency, 2hr STD mode) and a Maxell DM120 DAT tape. Due to battery problems, I lost about 8 songs (unknowingly at the time). I was so into the show, I stopped paying attention to the recording (a cardinal sin). Fortunately, there was another taper at the show. Within a few days I was able to procure a 2nd (full) analog source of this show to complement my DAT recording. For those familiar with The World Music Theater (now called the Tweeter Center) I was seated in section 103 row Q seat 18. A good pavilion seat for taping.    (2002-12-28)

LeeGeddy
   (Audio - 7)

Pretty good audience show...slight hollow sounding with the midrange punch lacking just a bit. Neil's drums are sometimes tough to distinguish. Nice ambiance created in the mix!! There's some "backup" singers in the right channel, especially in Ghost of a Chance, but nothing to distract from the show. The analogue fillers sound much different (and inferior) than the DAT source. This is the final night of the RTB tour and what a performance it is and hearing VS, The Analog Kid and The Trees is always a good thing.    (2002-12-28)

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