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Northern Territories


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 42:00, 59:34
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 30386
Source: Audience
Date: March 25, 1986
Location: St. Paul Civic Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

The Spirit Of Radio   4:08
Limelight   4:14
The Big Money   5:33
New World Man   3:55
Subdivisions   5:05
Manhattan Project   4:56
Middletown Dreams   4:52
Witch Hunt   4:23
Red Sector A   4:53

Closer To The Heart   4:27
Marathon   6:09
The Trees   4:30
Mystic Rhythms   5:06
Distant Early Warning   6:15
Territories   6:12
YYZ   2:24
Drum Solo   5:05
Red Lenses   2:14
Tom Sawyer   4:34
2112   5:24
Grand Designs   4:46
In The Mood   2:29

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Average Rating:Audio: 8

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8)

Well this is one of the more interesting sources I've ever come across. This is sourced from an LP ROIO as there is some faint crack during the between song segments just like with the St. Louis 2/14/80 shows. The sound is unbelievably clear and distinct. You would almost think it was a soundboard if not for some really faint cheering from isolated individuals, of which most listeners wouldn't even notice. This definitely ranks up there with the Mecca Arena show for quality. But, back to the the reason why this recording is so interesting. Because it was initially released on LP, tape hiss is virtually non existent which is a good thing. The bad thing with LP's isn't the crackle and pop, cause there weren't any, but rather to due with the length of the media itself. In order to fit this recording on 2 LP's they had to cut down on the length of the 2hr show. They removed virtually all the in between song material. It sounds like one giant medley of Rush songs! That is actually kind of fun to listen to a concert without interruptions, though not something I would want in all live recordings. You'll find the same thing in the recording "Vital Signs" where the recording is edited to make it shorter. Still, I would highly recommend this show to anyone. 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.    (1999-06-19)

   (Audio - 8)

Definitely a good show, despite the absence of crowd involvement in between songs. I have this on LP ("Through Any Window") and it is one of the best shows I own. Ged, Alex and Neil are definitely tight on this set. Add just a tad of EQ'ing and you have an earful of jams. For an audience recording, it captures the sound quite nicely. You can decipher the bass, drums, guitars, vocals, keyboards and the audience without one being more overwhelming than another. I have recently recorded this through my EQ and Sonic Spatializer onto CD-R (I wish to preserve the LP - because its so damn good!) and I listen to it often. Though this source is odd, it is one that should be placed on the RoIO recommendation list. Get it if you don't have it. If it weren't for the DRE, I would have passed up the offer I had for the LP. Thanks DRE!!    (2002-06-09)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 8)

This show is somewhat of an enigma. It originally came from an LP entitled "Through Any Window," and lists the performance date as 5/15/86. However, according to the Rush Tour Dates listing, the band actually cancelled that show. To make things even more unclear, all Geddy?s comments in between songs have been edited out, so we never hear him name the city.....strange. However, sources have told me this show is actually from the date listed above. All that aside, this is a fantastic show. The performance sounds very tight, like it came from late in the tour (which Edmonton would have been). A great performance. I?ve been conservative in calling this an audience tape, since it has many of the sonic characteristics of a soundboard show. in fact, it reminds me a lot of the "Mystic Dreams" show (Philly, 4/16/86). All the instruments are clear and well-defined, and the audience is in the background. The only problem is that the bass is rather muddy. This is one of the better full Power Windows shows out there.    (1999-04-01)

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