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Darkness And Light

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1427
Media: 1 CDr Audio
Time: 72:46
Catalog: Prism Records: P199816
Source: Soundboard
Date: April 26, 1994
Location: US Air Arena, Landover, Maryland, USA



DISC 1
Stick It Out   6:11
Double Agent   4:52
Limelight   4:31
Bravado   6:22
Mystic Rhythms   5:35
Closer To The Heart   5:40
Show Don't Tell   5:16
Leave That Thing Alone   5:56
Drum Solo   6:52
The Trees   5:21
Xanadu   6:45
Hemispheres: Prelude   4:15
Tom Sawyer   5:01



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Average Rating:Audio: 10

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 10)

This is probably THE BEST sounding Rush boot available right now. But wait! That is not all that makes up a great bootleg. There is more to a bootleg than sound quality. First off some of the tracks are grouped together as one track when they really shouldn't be. Another problem is that there is approximately 5 seconds of silence right in the middle of the drum solo. The creator of this bootleg told me that those two problems are there, because he did not want to fix them in interest of sound quality. The other problem with this show is Geddy's voice. It sounds like he is slightly hoarse and is straining to sing. Although I've spent the better part of this paragraph complaining about this bootleg, let me assure you that this is one of the greatest Rush bootlegs ever released. I believe that every Rush bootleg collector should add this one to his/her collection.    (1999-04-01)

Northern Reflections
   (Audio - 10)

DARKNESS AND LIGHT is an excellent sounding soundboard recording. However, Geddy?s voice sounds somewhat hoarse and there is a sound gap during the drum solo. The highlight is an excellent version of BRAVADO. The primary downside with this release is that it is not the whole show.    (1999-04-01)

Cary's Notes
   (Audio - 10)

Another great sounding show from the CP tour. Geddy's vocals aren't up to par on this one, he's got a cold. It's noticeable but not bothersome, except in the Prelude Hemispheres. Really good sound, excellent stereo imaging for those of you who like to hear the placement of Neil's drums. The crowd is audible between songs only. And, Double Agent just rocks on this show. I love that song. The complete show is available, reportedly on DAT at negligible loss of sound quality to this version. Or on Lock, Stock, and Barreled as an audience recording.    (1999-04-01)

Bill Girton
   (Audio - 10)

This is a excellent soundboard recording. Without a doubt the best sounding Rush boot available. If you are a fan of Alex this show will blow you away. The biggest disappointment is that it is not the complete show. It does at least contain the extended version of Bravado. Also Geddy's voice is pretty bad in spots. He must have been sick. But as far as sound quality, this is the standard to judge all others.    (1999-04-01)

Ben's Notes
   (Audio - 10)

Talk about ripping your face off! With a little bit of EQ to even out some of the soundboard inherent anomalies (i.e. the "gong" drum in Mystic Rhythm) this could have been released as an official live album! Someone somewhere has to have the rest of this show! This could definitely replace Mirrors as the Rush boot of the century! But there are a few problems, it's not the whole show, Geddy has a cold, and there is a small gap in the beginning of Le drum solo. The biggest surprise of all is that this is a PRISM release! (May have been the only one that truly lived up to it's expectations!) Neil is VERY present in the mix! You don't miss a grace note! (listen to the end of Limelight and you'll hear what I'm talking about) About the only thing that is difficult to hear at times (at times!) is the keyboard mix, other than that this is a great recording! Go get one now you won't be sorry! (and someone give Geddy a cough drop!)    (1999-04-01)

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