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Space And Time


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 65:52, 62:20
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 12084-4
Source: Audience
Date: November 20, 1984
September 28, 1984
August 14, 1974
Location: Furitsu, Taikukan, Osaka, Japan
New Haven Coliseum, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

The Spirit Of Radio   5:40
Subdivisions   5:20
The Body Electric   5:33
The Enemy Within   4:38
The Weapon   8:06
Witch Hunt   4:48
New World Man   4:28
Between the Wheels   5:42
Red Barchetta   5:42
Distant Early Warning   6:52
Red Sector A   5:10
Closer to the Heart   3:53

YYZ / Drum Solo   7:43
2112   1:45
Tom Sawyer   4:38
Red Lenses   5:35
Vital Signs   4:42
Finding My Way   1:10
In the Mood   2:10
3 Stooges Intro   0:51
The Spirit of Radio   5:07
Subdivisions   5:34
The Body Electric   6:11
Finding My Way   5:07
In the Mood   3:41
Bad Boy   4:53
Working Man   3:12

GUP Space and Time.pdf
Space and Time back.jpg
Space and Time cd1.jpg
Space and Time cd2.jpg
Space and Time front.jpg

Average Rating:Audio: 6.25

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 6.5)

Here's another rare performance, well it used be rare that is, from the GUP tour. What make this concert unique is that this is one of the very few times Rush ever played in Japan. The nice thing about Japanese audiences is that they are very quite and very respectful, so Japanese audience recordings on the whole are very good indeed. This recording is not different. The fans are very quiet during the songs so no talking, which is a real treat compared to American and to a lesser degree European shows. The version of "Red Lenses" is fantastic with Geddy throwing in a little bass solo, I wish they would continue to play this song as it is one of my favorites. The sound is very good, but the bass is a little distorted in the heavy sections and the top end isn't quite bright enough, hence the not quite EX- rating. The bonus material is from New Haven a couple of months earlier and can really show the difference between the crowds. The last 4 tracks are from the first ever live concert with Neil on the drum kit. It sounds dreadful, but it is worth having as the historical first performance. My recommendation is get a copy of "Experience to Extremes" and/or "Spinning Wheels" first, then get this concert. 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.    (1999-04-01)

Bill Girton
   (Audio - 6)

This is an average audience recording. The sound is a little compressed and suffers from some minor distortion but all of the instruments come through clear. The show itself is from a rare Japanese appearance during the Grace Under Pressure Tour. It sounds like a rather small venue and it is interesting to hear how polite the crowd is. They are vastly different from the obnoxious US crowds. It is the complete show as opposed to a version being traded that is missing the encore. Geddy completely goes off during Red Lenses. It is the most improvisation I have ever heard him add to a song. This show is worth it just for this song. Disk two also has some filler from 9/28/84 and 8/14/84. Overall a very nice show and one to have in your collection if only to hear Geddy speak Japanese.    (2001-06-24)

Nate Hertzog
   (Audio - 6.5)

Is it better than Experience To Extremes? I'm not sure, but I'm working on figuring that out. It doesn't have Kid Gloves or Afterimage on it, though. This is the same show as the Four Nights In A Judo Arena show, but from a lower gen source tape. I have heard Judo Arena, and this is just a bit better. Good show, maybe not as good as Experience To Extremes though.   (2001-06-24)

   (Audio - 6)

VG   (2007-01-19)

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