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A Talking Drum

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=2297
Media: 3 CDr Audio
Time: 53:39, 54:22, 45:38
Catalog: GoD: Amos 5:23
Source: Audience (Analog Master)
Date: June 04, 1997
Location: Riverbend Music Center, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA



DISC 1
Thus Spake Zarathustra    01:02
Dreamline   04:53
Limelight   04:19
Stick It Out   04:55
Driven   05:02
Half The World   03:47
Red Barchetta   06:35
Animate   06:32
Limbo   05:06
The Trees   05:17
Virtuality    06:06

DISC 2
Nobody's Hero   04:48
Closer To The Heart   05:12
2112   21:46
Test For Echo   05:49
Freewill   05:28
Red Sector A   05:04
Roll The Bones   06:13

DISC 3
Resist   04:13
Leave That Thing Alone   04:36
The Rhythm Method   08:02
Natural Science   07:58
Force Ten   04:34
The Spirit Of Radio   05:17
Tom Sawyer   05:48
YYZ   05:06



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Title:
My title is inspired from Neil Peart's journal chronicling
his 1988 trip through South Africa -- "The African Drum."
The journal ends with Neil writing, "In Nairobi I bought
an antique drum. A talking drum." And it goes on from
there describing how it talks to him of Africa, history,
conversation, and magic. The mention of "A Talking Drum"
is used throughout this 200+ page journal.

--GoD


   (2008-06-04)

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