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Echoes For Test

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=1552
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time:
Catalog: Road Kill Records: RK-97012
Source: Audience
Date: November 03, 1996
Location: Civic Arena, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA



DISC 1
Dreamline
The Big Money
Driven
Half the World
Red Barchetta
Animate
Limbo
The Trees
Red Sector A
Virtuality
Nobody's Hero
Closer to the Heart

DISC 2
Test for Echo
Subdivisions
Freewill
Roll the Bones
Resist
Leave That Thing Alone
The Rhythm Method
Natural Science
Force Ten
The Spirit of Radio
Tom Sawyer
YYZ
Cygnus X-1



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Average Rating:

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I coughed up the large $ to get this 2 CD boot and let y'all know about it:? "Echoes for Test" is another slightly above-average audience recording. It appears to be stereo but has the usual slightly muddy vocals and more muddy bass. The guitar and drums sound fairly good. There crowd noise intrusion isn't too bad.? At certain points, the sound seems fairly good, overall.? This is the Pittsburgh show from the first TFE leg. After a couple songs, Geddy says something like: "Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh. We've played Pittsburgh more than any other town in America. It was August 16, 1974, in this building; our first American date."? The sound cuts off abruptly at the end of each CD after the music.? The artwork is about as basic as it gets. The front insert is a single piece of lime green construction paper with black outline lettering of "RUSH" and the title. The back insert is a track listing and minor info about being manufactured by Roadkill in Osaka, Japan. The CD's themselves are plain gold with small round white sticker saying "play this side". There are no pictures or any interesting info anywhere.? 2112 is entirely missing.   (1999-04-01)

Jfrey42
  

Accoreding to the Rush Tour Dates list online it went like this....... (early Spring) 1974 The Silver Dollar Salloon. East Lansing, Michigan May 18, 1974 North Side Drive-In. Lansing, Michigan (Dr. John, Liverpool, Skyhook) June 6, 1974 Terrace Ballroom. Salt Lake City, Utah (Kiss opened) June 7, 1974 Western Idaho Fairgrounds. Boise, Idaho (Kiss) June 27, 1974 Centennial Hall. Toronto, Ontario (?) (Slam) June 28, 1974 Allen Theater. Cleveland, Ohio (ZZ Top, Locomotive GT) July 1, 1974 Seneca Theater (Minkler Auditorium). Toronto, Ontario (Nazareth) July 20, 1974 MZ Bennett (Summer Dance) July 25, 1974 Centennial Hall. London, Ontario (Kiss, Ronny Legg) ________________________________________ Album: Rush released August 1974 Tour: First US Tour Opened for: Rare Earth, Rainbow Canyon, Eastwind, Sweetleaf, KISS, Law, Uriah Heep, Rory Gallagher, Sha-Na-Na ________________________________________ August 14, 1974 Civic Arena. Pittsburgh Pennsylvania (Uriah Heep, Manfred Mann)    (2007-05-26)

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