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Super Power

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1481
Media: 4 CDr Audio
Time: 47:46, 43:06, 55:30, 56:14
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR-21585
Source: Audience (1st Gen)
Audience (1st Gen Analog)
Date: December 15, 1985
December 16, 1985
Location: The Coliseum, Richmond, Virginia, USA
Capital Centre, Largo, Maryland, USA



DISC 1
The Spirit of Radio   5:30
Limelight   5:11
The Big Money   5:55
New World Man   4:15
Subdivisions   6:03
Manhattan Project   5:37
Middletown Dreams   5:25
Witch Hunt   5:13
Red Sector A (cut)   4:32

DISC 2
Closer to the Heart   5:44
Marathon   6:41
The Trees   5:22
Mystic Rhythms   5:47
Distant Early Warning   7:02
Territories   6:30
YYZ   3:18
Drum Solo (cut)   2:36

DISC 3
The Spirit of Radio   5:38
Limelight   5:10
The Big Money   6:06
New World Man   4:17
Subdivisions   6:07
Manhattan Project   5:38
Middletown Dreams   5:20
Witch Hunt   5:03
Closer to the Heart   5:25
Marathon   6:39

DISC 4
The Trees   5:26
Mystic Rhythms   5:53
Distant Early Warning   7:02
Territories   6:36
YYZ   3:20
Drum Solo   5:13
Red Lenses   2:22
Tom Sawyer   5:01
2112: Overture / The Temples of Syrinx   6:27
Grand Designs   5:06
In the Mood   2:43



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PoW Super Power.pdf


Average Rating:Audio: 6

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 7)

Sourced from a couple of 1st gen recordings on consecutive nights during the early part of the Power Windows tour. Both shows are pretty decent to listen to and average VG+, sometimes better, sometimes worse. The first show is a bit cut up and not complete. There is a different version of this show from another source that isn't quite as good sounding but it is complete. The second night suffers from some slight bass fuzziness/distortion. All in all a couple of good shows from the more diehard Rush collector. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is for free trade and blank media trade only. Please do not buy, sell or distribute for profit. Help keep the spirit of trading alive and well.    (2003-11-30)

Ron's Rush RoIO Guide
  

Richmond, VA:? Another relatively rare first-leg PoW bootleg. The sound on this one is actually quite nice, with a good mix and only a bit if tinniness marring the sound.? Not the complete show, but what is here is definitely worth having.    (1999-04-01)

Aramis K. Vidaurre
   (Audio - 5)

THIS IS A REVIEW OF FIRST NIGHT ONLY. Super Power is a DHFB: Die Hard Fans Boot. Perhaps it is a Super performance, but not Super sound. It is recorded a way back and is distorted in certain portions; for that reason, the main ingredient is the audience, very easy to please due to their reactions; even when Geddy would mention the name of the following tune, they’d immediately cheer. The guys are just having a good time. Geddy’s voice is in good shape. After “Closer to the Heart” you hear Alex joking around though you cannot distinguish what he is saying. His rant in “Marathon” is quite solid. “Mystic Rhythms” sounds as if they just play a tape: very compact, you would not believe they can perform it so mystical and rhythmically. In “Distant Early Warning” you can appreciate a sort of a “trainwreck”: during the last portion, in the fast beat, Geddy keeps striking the key in the moment he should stop (mark 6:26). “Red Sector A” has a cut off at 1:55 and because of the distortion (of the original tape??) it is difficult to enjoy. As it was indexed the last song is the “drum solo”. It does have the nature of “The Rhythm Method”, but we know that the best was yet to come: a SUPER DRUM SOLO.    (2007-10-23)

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