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Autumn Woods And Winter Skies

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=71
Media: 2 CDr Audio
Time: 67:08, 60:13
Catalog: Prism Records: 199807
Source: Audience
Date: December 09, 1982
Location: Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, New York, USA



DISC 1
Intro / The Spirit of Baseball   5:25
Tom Sawyer   5:11
Freewill   5:35
Digital Man   6:58
Subdivisions   5:28
Vital Signs   5:21
The Camera Eye   7:14
Closer to the Heart   3:10
Chemistry   5:10
The Analog Kid   4:57
Broon's Bane   1:35
The Trees   4:30
Red Barchetta   6:26

DISC 2
The Weapon   7:47
New World Man   3:59
Limelight   4:13
Countdown   6:21
2112: Overture   4:27
The Plumbers of Syrinx   2:01
Xanadu   2:30
La Villa Strangiato   3:32
In the Mood   2:37
YYZ / Drum Solo   9:05
Beneath, Between, Behind   2:57
Subdivisions   5:24
Analog Kid   5:15



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Average Rating:Audio: 7

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 7)

Decent sounding show but not as good as Signals From London. The band is also playing around quite a bit and having a fun time doing this show as you might be able to tell by reading some of the song names. Geddy sings, "One likes to believe in the spirit of baseball". Also Alex has some fun with the "plumbers of syrinx".

Bill Girton
   (Audio - 7)

This is a very good audience recording. Everything can be heard fine and the audience noise is minimum. It is a complete show but there are a few edits between songs where empty space was deleted. The band puts on a good performance and do a lot of goofing off at the end of the show.

Nate Hertzog
   (Audio - 7)

This is my favorite Signals show yet. I like it even better than Signals from London Remastered It's from the early part of the tour, when Chemistry was still on the setlist. The boys are kinda goofy at times on this one too.

Ben's Notes
   (Audio - 7)

Ahhh a Prism Records creation! Typical non-existent quality as we've come to expect from these "creations". Suppressed hiss, background noise, distant quality (really sounds like they are in a hockey arena!) and no "highs" (you really have to strain to hear the ride cymbal.) This may suffer from many generations. I tried pushing the volume and adding a little EQ but that wasn't much help! I actually have a cassette copy from a bootleg LP that is only part of this show and it sounds better. One funny note, I found the screen print for this release from the PRISM catalog (from the days when I paid by the hour for my ISP) and it claims that this is the replacement for Signals from London since it's so much better! We can all see that "Ol' Golden Ears" was right again! When there are other shows of much better quality from this tour out there you should avoid shows like this one. If you are the trader that wants it all, then this is a decent find (at best) but if you want a great Signals show, I would go with Signals from London (re-mastered of course!). This is not the worst, but far from the best, unfortunately we don't have many shows from this tour to choose from!

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