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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1433
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 63:36, 67:20
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 61081-0
Source: Audience
Date: June 16, 1981
Location: Convention Center, Anaheim, California, USA



DISC 1
2112   6:34
Freewill   6:06
Limelight   4:59
Hemispheres: Prelude   4:19
Beneath, Between, Behind   2:55
The Camera Eye   11:37
YYZ / Drum Solo   8:28
Broon's Bane   1:43
The Trees   4:29
Xanadu   12:26

DISC 2
The Spirit of Radio   5:51
Red Barchetta   6:50
Closer to the Heart   3:55
Tom Sawyer   4:58
Vital Signs   5:20
Natural Science   8:16
Working Man   1:14
Hemispheres: Armageddon   0:53
Bytor and the Snow Dog   4:04
In the End   1:43
In the Mood   1:34
2112: Finale   2:13
La Villa Strangiato   9:21
Vital Signs   4:37
Red Barchetta   3:43
Can't Fight It   2:48



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Average Rating:Audio: 8.2

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8)

This is my favorite show from the MP and ESL tours. Even though I produced "Hartford Civic Center '81" back in the summer of '96 and thought I would never have a better show, I was surprised by this source. The fidelity is excellent, though Geddy has a few problems with the synths during the show. The audience is very into it, but at times they can nearly drown out the band. The good thing is that there isn't talking or obnoxious people near the recorder, just a very enthusiastic crowd on the whole. I would highly recommend this show to anyone. The bonus tracks are outtakes from MP. I cannot tell if they are studio outtakes or tour rehearsals, but from the sound I would say studio outtakes. Either way they are very unique and I haven't seen them turn up anywhere else. Being that this did come from an analog source, there are a few abrupt changes between songs due to errors in the original master. I've tried to minimize those to the best of my technical abilities.    (1999-04-01)

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 8)

This is a very good, original show from the Moving Pictures tour. When there are a slew of boots from this tour taken from the ESL video/laserdisc, it is nice to have good sounding original material such as this. Now the sound quality is not quite up to par with the excellent "Exit ... Stage Right", but is an awesome show nonetheless. There are a few minor flaws with the show, but nothing that would make you want to complain about it. First off, the sequencer dies in The Spirit of Radio. Also, some of the tracks do not flow together seamlessly. Some high points of this show are the complete version of The Camera Eye, and also the country ditty that is played before YYZ which is now used as an intro to Cold Fire in recent tours. There are some copies of this show floating around with three bonus tracks tacked on to the second disc. The first two are very strange versions of Vital Signs and Red Barchetta where sometimes the guitar is way up front and other times the bass is. Kind of like listening to "Roll the Bass" in a way but these are definitely studio tracks. The third bonus track is "You Can't Fight It" which is a singles B-side song from Rush's first single. This particular song has been added on to a number boots as bonus material.    (1999-04-01)

Bill Girton
   (Audio - 9)

This is an excellent audience recording. Everything comes through great with lots of depth. The audience noise is almost non existent. There are some moments where you can hear individuals yelling but they don't over power the show. There are also a few very minor dropouts and a few splices between songs but nothing really worth mentioning. There is also some filler songs included on disk two. Overall an excellent show.    (2001-06-24)

Ben
   (Audio - 8)

First off, it?s a shame that people didn?t take better care of their bootleg cassette tapes!!! If it weren?t for that this would be THE best show from this particular part of the tour! I think the main thing that has this over the Exit?Stage Right roio is the actual performance, the boys really played well this night!. The overall sound is comparable but not quite as consistent. But this is no slouch as far as sound quality! (ya STILL gotta love the Reggae intro to Working Man!!) The filler is interesting itself however, this could either be beginning reference mixes or the remix engineer attempting to isolate each instrument (mainly the guitar sound) to get the individual balance. (or simply someone that had access to the multi-track tapes and was ?putzing? around) Notice the sound in Red Barchetta minus the bass and vocals! This would be a good alternative to ESR for a Moving Pictures tour show.    (2001-06-24)

Nate Hertzog
   (Audio - 8)

Not quite as good as Exit...Stage Right but pretty damn close. This has the exact same setlist, but a few changes, like the country intro to YYZ, make this one quite interesting. Plus, the version of The Camera Eye is great, and it's got the awesome closing medley.   (2001-06-24)

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