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Live In Lakeland - Platinum Edition


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 57:11, 48:50
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 41182-9
Source: Audience (1st Gen)
Date: April 11, 1982
Location: Lakeland Civic Center Arena, Lakeland, Florida, USA

2112: Overture / The Temples of Syrinx   6:44
Freewill   6:07
Limelight   4:26
Beneath, Between & Behind   2:46
Subdivisions   5:33
The Camera Eye   11:18
YYZ / Drum Solo   8:33
Broon?s Bane   1:37
The Trees   4:50
The Analog Kid   5:11

The Spirit of Radio   5:36
Red Barchetta   6:53
Closer to the Heart   3:38
Tom Sawyer   5:00
Vital Signs   5:00
Working Man   1:46
Armageddon   0:50
By-Tor and the Snow Dog   3:59
In The End   1:33
In the Mood   1:31
2112: Grand Finale   2:48
La Villa Strangiato   10:09

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Average Rating:Audio: 7.375

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7.5)

Taken and remastered from the 1st Gen source. This is a surprisingly good sounding source as compared to the more genned versions. This is a very rare recording with pre-release versions of songs from Signals before they actually recorded the album. The recording picks up a lot of the venue acoustics, but the band remains well centered and individually discernable and separate. The overall crowd noise is quite high, but you don't hear many people around the recorder, just the high drone of the collective audience. All in all the sound is quite excellent and would be considered one of the better shows from the MP, ESL or Signals tours. Worth having for the wild "La Villa" intro alone. No noise or hiss reduction was used on this production.??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.    (2002-01-16)

Dionysus 10
   (Audio - 7.5)

Indeed a really nice upgrade to Live in Lakeland. With pre-release versions of Subdivisions & The Analog Kid this is worth picking up for that alone. Also La Villa Strangiato has a weird intro on this night. Overall a show I highly recommend.    (2002-04-17)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review

This rare show comes from Rush?s pre-Signals mini-tour. The date on this one is listed incorrectly on most lists I have seen. What?s listed above is correct, since Geddy mentions the city?s name and the fact that it?s Easter (the above day was a Sunday). The set list is pretty much the same as MP/ESL, with Subdivisions and The Analog Kid thrown in. This tour also was the last time many of the older songs were played live, including Armageddon, Working Man, and In the End. A great piece of Rush history.    (1999-04-01)

   (Audio - 7)

This is a great updated release to DR's Live In Lakeland. Having a pre-release version of "The Analog Kid" is worth picking up this show. Highly recommended. PLEASE DO NOT PAY MONEY FOR THIS RECORDING, AS IT IS AVAILABLE FREE FOR TRADING.    (2002-01-16)




I've had this show on cassettes for years even more wild I was actually at this show and remember it well when they did the new songs. I was always amazed with the cassette sound them along came CD's and now it just keeps getting better and better with the technology can't wait to hear this new version.   (2007-06-19)

Xanadu 93
   (Audio - 7.5)

This is tricky to rate- not perfect sound, but pre-release versions of Subdivisions and The Analog Kid make this one a good boot, and that it's a rare boot from a short tour. There seems to be a problem early on with Geddy's Taurus pedals. He goes to play them on Overture, and it stops. This happens again on Freewill, but it seems to be OK from then on. Another point of interest is the La Villa intro. Geddy howls on it, and I mean, he HOWLS! I would suggest getting a copy of this show- ONLY TRADE, DO NOT PURCHASE!    (2008-04-14)

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