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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1488
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 58:27, 54:12
Catalog: Rush-Signals Production: #RSP-860303-1
Source: Audience (1st Gen)
Date: March 03, 1986
Location: The Coliseum, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada



DISC 1
The Spirit Of Radio   5:06
Limelight   4:37
The Big Money   6:05
New World Man   4:09
Subdivisions   5:42
Manhattan Project   5:29
Middletown Dreams   5:19
Witch Hunt   5:04
Red Sector A   5:15
Closer To The Heart   5:08
Marathon   6:33

DISC 2
The Trees   4:59
Mystic Rhythms   5:43
Distant Early Warning   6:29
Territories   6:28
YYZ   3:12
Drum Solo   5:00
Red Lenses   2:19
Tom Sawyer   6:02
2112   6:11
Grand Designs   4:59
In The Mood   2:50



PoW WildKeneticDreams back.jpg
PoW WildKeneticDreams front.jpg


Average Rating:Audio: 8

NJDevils02
   (Audio - 8)

I really like this show. Here the boys are captured during the Power Windows tour in Quebec City. While not as crisp as Mid-American Dreams PE or Visions & Illusions from this tour, the sound on this boot is excellent. For the first 35 seconds or so the sound is iffy, but after that it sounds great. All the instruments can be heard clearly, but the story here is the crowd. They are just beside themselves with excitement, especially at the opening notes of Limelight. Also, the crowd is very much into the new material, and the boys respond with excellent renditions of the PoW tunes, notably Big Money and Territories. Although the crowd is very enthusiastic and loud, it does not interfere with the music at all. Geddy takes the time between songs to practice his French, but other than his opening remarks he doesn?t say much more than Merci Beaucoup. Overall, this is one of the best audience boots from the tour. Highly recommended.   (2004-04-17)

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