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A Voice In The Wilderness


Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 78:19, 79:53
Catalog: Rush-Signals Production: #RSP-020707-1
Source: Audience (DAT Clone)
Date: July 07, 2002
Location: Darien Lake Performing Arts Center, Darien Center, New York, USA

Tom Sawyer   5:38
Distant Early Warning   4:49
New World Man   4:01
Roll The Bones   6:37
Earthshine   5:35
YYZ   4:45
The Pass   5:02
Bravado   6:14
The Big Money   6:14
Between Sun and Moon   4:40
Vital Signs   5:03
Natural Science   8:24
One Little Victory   5:58
Driven   5:19

Ceiling Unlimited   5:54
Secret Touch   6:51
Dreamline   5:07
Red Sector A   5:19
Leave That Thing Alone   4:53
The Rhythm Method   8:08
Resist - Acoustic version   4:02
2112: Overture/The Temples of Syrinx   6:49
Limelight   4:31
La Villa Strangiato   8:48
The Spirit of Radio   6:40
By-Tor and the Snow Dog   4:35
Cygnus X-1   3:05
Working Man   5:11

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Average Rating:Audio: 7.833333333333333

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
   (Audio - 8)

I am surprised how little attention this boot has so far received, because it is a definite contender for "Best of Tour." It has a huge sound, a definite plus as digital recordings sometimes have a tendency to take the edge off a loud concert such as this one. Here, the guitars have a fantastic amount of crunch, and the drums are extremely clear. You can hear every nuance of Peart's playing on this recording. The bass is a bit less defined, but I think that is a function of the fact that Geddy is running direct into the PA on this tour. The performance is also one of the best to this point ? the band delivers a blistering version of "Ceiling Unlimited" tonight, really the first time the song has lived up to it's potential as a live number. This boot should be one of the first you go after in hunting down these VT bootlegs.

   (Audio - 8)


Aramis K. Vidaurre A.
   (Audio - 7.5)

Despite it is a 2002 recording, AVITW is a little disappointing in terms of sound quality. The instruments are distant; it is an average AUD boot where you can have a nice ambiance with the guys performing greatly and the audience responding in the same manner. The band sounds neat and compact. There is a funny effect in “The Big Money” (mark 5:35). Another issue is listening to Alex singing in “Between Sun and Moon”. You might notice that he does a great effort to fit in. AVITW is an item to increase your collection, but there are other ones better. “The Final Mix” is an example.    (2009-04-07)

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