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The Trees Of Scranton Pennsylvania


Media: 3 CDr Audio
Catalog: Simple Man Productions: SMP-040
Source: Audience (Master DAT)
Date: August 07, 2004
Location: Ford Pavilion at Montage Mountain, Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA

Intro 2:42
R-30 Overture 6:39
The Spirit of Radio 5:07
Force Ten 4:52
Animate 6:03
Subdivisions 6:16
Earthshine 5:50
Red Barchetta 6:58
Roll the Bones 6:11
Bravado 6:14
YYZ 4:54
The Trees 6:02
The Seeker 4:16
One Little Victory 5:39

Darn that Dragon Intro 3:03
Tom Sawyer 5:13
Dreamline 5:10
Secret Touch 7:32
Between The Wheels 6:03
Mystic Rhythms 5:28
Red Sector A 5:10
Drum Solo 8:31

Resist 4:51
Heart Full Of Soul 2:45
2112 Overture/The Temples Of Syrinx/Grand Finale 8:12
La Villa Strangiato 9:21
By-Tor and The Snow Dog 4:47
Xanadu 6:59
Working Man 7:00
Summertime Blues 3:42
Crossroads 3:15
Limelight 4:55
Outro 1:08

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Average Rating:Audio: 8.25

Taper's Notes:

This is a great venue, if you're an elephant. That's right, another big top! Although frankly I think that this is one of the better recordings that I've heard from this venue. The weather conditions this night (no wind and a cool night with low humidity) made this a perfect concert, and taping, evening. Even though there was a fairly large crowd, at times you have to wonder if the audience is really there as they are so quite. There is one annoying clapper but he tends to get a little quieter as the night goes on.

Again the fans are what make recordings like these available. Fans tape the shows and fans share the shows for all other fans to enjoy. This is what true fans do.

This recording was produced by fans, for fans and is never to be sold. If you like this recording, support the artists and purchase their official releases! As is the Simple Man norm, this show is available on Direct Connect and will be traded freely to all comers.

   (Audio - 10)

Awesome show! It was one of the better Rush shows I have attended. This is a great recording. The crowd was really into it, but you would never know it from this recording. But you don't get these recordings to hear the crowd do you? This is great souvenir from a most memorable night!   (2004-12-07)

   (Audio - 7)

This was a great show, and by far the loudest of the 13 shows I saw. The artwork on it is amazing one of my absolute favorites from this tour to date, very nice cd labels too! Its a really nice sounding show, and very enjoyable, but a 10? definitely not, more like a VG+ IMHO.   (2004-12-18)

   (Audio - 8)

A very boomy venue, but this is one of the better sounding shows I've heard from it. The show was great, and so is this representation of it. Thanks, SMP!   (2005-04-18)

Aramis K. Vidaurre
   (Audio - 8)

This audience recording is quite enjoyable though the instruments are a bit distant, except for the drums which are clear enough. In deed, just in like other boots, the hi-hat is louder in “Red Sector A” which gives you that peculiar sensation that Geddy is running in the “for my father and for my brother it’s too late” trying to “catch” the drums. Also, it seems that the taper made an adjustment in the equalizer to prevent that the intro would get higher. There is also an adjustment in “Working Man” (at 2:40) to get the guitar “to the front” and make it sound powerful. With TTOS you hear what is necessary. Perhaps Geddy’s bass is quite low in some portions, but it’s an AUD, right? If you have listened to other boots from this gig then you have heard this one. Strange? Not at all; the guys are quite comfortable with their performance: Geddy interacts with the people when necessary, introduces the “new” songs or the ones not so commonly played during the tours. You already know what to expect: the music speaks by itself. These musicians do not need to raise their voice trying to get the audience involved or to curse (the usual f*** words once in a while or once in a boot, but what the heck!!!). You know, it is quite interesting when listening to the same set list from a SB and then compare it with an AUD; you can perceive different key and guitar notes that make you appreciate the songs from diverse angles. Personally, I got that sensation with “Mystic Rhythms”; there is something special this time in the guitar.    (2007-08-20)

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