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Biloxi Nights

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1444
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 56:42, 47:40
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 40382
Source: Audience
Date: April 03, 1982
Location: Civic Center Arena, Monroe, Louisiana, USA



DISC 1
2112: Overture/The Temples of Syrinx   6:31
Freewill   6:03
Limelight   4:27
Beneath, Between & Behind   2:53
Subdivisions   5:54
The Camera Eye   11:07
YYZ/Drum Solo   8:20
Broon?s Bane   1:19
The Trees   4:57
The Analog Kid   5:09

DISC 2
The Spirit of Radio   5:21
Red Barchetta   6:53
Closer to the Heart   3:47
Tom Sawyer   4:52
Vital Signs   5:08
Working Man   1:39
Hemispheres: Armageddon   0:50
By-Tor and the Snow Dog   4:03
In The End   1:41
In the Mood   0:40
Grand Finale   2:19
La Villa Strangiato   10:25



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Average Rating:Audio: 6

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 6)

This production was sourced for the original analog master tapes. The sound starts off pretty distant, compressed to the midrange, and with a lot of crowd noise. Also during the first few tracks there is an individual doing shrill whistles that makes you wish you could haul off and whack him some. But that eventually ceases and only the deafening roar of the crowd remains, the tapers themselves are very well behaved. About 40 minutes into the show, the sound quality really improves dramatically and becomes the best sounding show from this short tour. La Villa has a very strange into during this show, worth hearing for that. Geddy also asks the crowd to help wish happy birthday for the soundman. There are cuts in Broon's Bane and one in the Trees, and a cut between In the Mood and Grand Finale, but they are relatively short. This is a more complete source than "Live in Lakeland" with fewer cuts. No noise or hiss reduction was used on this production. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is for free trade or blank trade only. Please do not sell or distribute for profit, please keep the spirit of trading alive.    (2002-05-26)

LeeGeddy
   (Audio - 6)

This is one of those shows that sounds terrible at the beginning and gets better as the show progresses. The crowd noise is overbearing at times, but you can hear the music and make out majority of it. However, the end of the show sounds considerably better with nice rich bass and fairly good highs. I got this show came from Tim M. in Louisiana around late 2000. He sent his actual master tapes for the remastering. Thank the Rush gods for tapers like Tim preserving a rare performance of Rush. The BEST part of this show is the intro to La Villa Strangiato. I have NEVER heard Geddy HOWL during this instrumental. HE HOWLS several times!!!!!! and the crowd follows suit...VERY WEIRD. There are few cuts here and there due to tape flips and drop outs, but this is a rare show. The rating above can pretty much describe the varying sound quality. It starts off VG- and gets to VG/VG+ in latter parts. Many thanks goes out to Tim for providing us Rush fans with such a rare show.    (2002-05-26)

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