3 Stooges Intro 1:01
The Spirit of Radio 4:36
Tom Sawyer 5:22
Digital Man 6:34
Vital Signs 5:04
The Camera Eye 6:51
Closer to the Heart 3:14
The Analog Kid 4:43
Broons Bane 1:41
The Trees 4:21
Red Barchetta 6:16
The Weapon 8:05
New World Man 3:57
Temples of Syrinx 6:17
Xanadu (cut) 1:56
La Villa Strangiato (cut) 3:20
In the Mood 3:36
YYZ / Drum Solo 11:11
|Average Rating:||Audio: 8.5|
(Audio - 8.5)
Production notes: This recording has previously been available as "Last Signal". The source that was used for that had a problem with the music (especially the bass) bleeding through from the reverse side of the tape resulting in some strange distortions. The source for this, provided by The Old Dog, does not suffer from this problem so can be considered an upgrade from Last Signal.
Last Signal includes a radio interview with Neil Peart. Since it was not on the tape I have not included it in this release.
To the gig and the recording. A decent sounding show with a very lively audience as you can tell from Geddy's requests for everyone to calm down to prevent crushing at the front. I can testify to the beldlam at the front since I was up against the barrier right in front of Lerxst at this gig Smiley. There are a couple of cuts, Xanadu and La Villa Stangiato are both truncated.
Thanks to The Old Dog for the tape. Thanks also to Nephronic for the artwork. Look closely, it's a Rush Cow!
(Audio - 8.5)
A very nice sounding show, especially considering its age. It doesn't quite have the sheen of a 9+ show since it sounds just a tad distant in the vocals and bass, but occasionally, the bass comes thru quite well.
There are minor discontinuties in AKid and Limelight that were not listed in the text file attached to the vine copy, as I recall. At one point Geddy announces "this the last show of our Signals tour. I just thought you'd like to know that".
During 2112, Geddy sings something like:
"We are the plumbers who fix your sinks,
(something) we'll fix your sinks,
(something) I'll fix your sink".
I think those words have been transcribed better elsewhere.
During Mood, Geddy sings something like "Hey Ella". There is also a reggae intro to YYZ. (2007-02-17)