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By-Tor 74

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Bookmark: http://www.digitalrushexperience.com/database/review.php?RecordingID=828
Media: 1 CDr Audio
Time: 70:48
Catalog: Scarred Records:
Source: Audience
Radio Broadcast
Studio (first single)
Audience
Date: August 26, 1974
December 05, 1974
0000
March 15, 1985
Location: Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Electric Lady Studios, New York, New York, USA
Studio (First Single)
The Sportatorium, Hollywood, Florida, USA



DISC 1
Finding My Way
Best I Can
In the Mood
Anthem
Need Some Love
Fly By Night
Here Again
Bad Boy
Working Man / By-Tor and the Snowdog / Drum Solo
Fancy Dancer
Not Fade Away
Big Money
Middletown Dreams



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Average Rating:Audio: 8

Chris Quartly
   (Audio - 8)

This is an amazing boot from 1974 and is great to have mainly because you get to hear Neil on some of the tracks from the first album. And Fly By Night is played in a different order than the studio version with the bridge before the guitar solo. A very energetic performance with a lot of low-end on the guitars.    (2001-06-24)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review
  

This bootleg is like "Live from Electric Ladyland Studios '74" in that it was recorded at the same place and contains many of the same songs. The similarities end right there. This bootleg sounds much better that "LFELS74" because it is from a different source and has just been recently digitally remastered. When you hear this bootleg it will blow your mind that this is from 1974! Everything has been cleaned up and Geddy's bass is not too up-front and distorted like other. The first nine tracks are from New York, the date listed above. "Fancy Dancer" is from the Agora Ballroom in Cleveland, recorded on 8/26/74. "Not Fade Away" is the B-side to Rush?s first single. Finally, "The Big Money" and "Middletown Dreams" are pre-release versions recorded at the Hollywood Sportatorium in Florida, on 3/15/85.?    (1999-04-01)

ToBeOrWhat
   (Audio - 8)

This is a recording in front of about ten people. Remember then that Geddy is also only talking to that many people, so between blistering renditions of tunes he speaks very casual. It gives it a totally bizarre feel, after Rush belts out tunes you except to hear thousands cheer as Geddy (usually hyper as hell) says ?Thank You!!!? instead he makes a VERY quiet, almost shy, ?hi? and they receive a golf clap. I actually like it; it gives it a sort of comforting feel. There is a very interesting pre-release version of ?Fly By Night? with the bridge and guitar solo mixed up. There are many other subtle changes; most notably this version focused more on an upfront guitar. There is a minor ?pop? at the end of the indescribably wonderful ?Here Again?. I think this is a really top quality bootleg. I like New in Town ? Platinum Edition more, so if your going to get only one from this era, I would defiantly go ! with New in Town PE. It has better sound and a better performance. With this boot though, in and of itself, there is nothing to complain about, highly recommended. My favorite things are my favorite version of ?Here Again?, and the awesome jam at the end of ?Working Man?, they jam into parts of the yet-to-be-released ?By-Tor and the Snow Dog?, its really, really good. This bootleg is really great!By the way, their version of ?Not Fade Away? is?well, I?m glad Buddy Holly never heard it. thanx to "R.C." for the show.    (2001-06-24)

Brent's Bootlegs
   (Audio - 8)

This bootleg is like "Live from Electric Ladyland Studios '74" in that it was recorded at the same place and contains many of the same songs. The similarities end right there. This bootleg sounds much better that "LFELS74" because it is from a different source and has just been recently digitally remastered. When you hear this bootleg it will blow your mind that this is from 1974! Everything has been cleaned up and Geddy's bass is not too up-front and distorted like other bootlegs from this show. If you are trying to decide which bootleg of this show to get .. chances are ... this is the one you want. This bootleg also includes, as a bonus, the rare rush tunes, "Fancy Dancer" and "Not Fade Away." The last two songs on this disc are prerelease versions of "Big Money" and "Middletown Dreams." If you haven't heard live Rush from 1974 ... you had better pick up this CD. From Alex's long guitar solo at the end of "Bad Boy" to Neil Peart's awesome as always drum solo, this is great CD!   (1999-04-01)

Rush0212
   (Audio - 8)

EX->VG   (2007-01-19)

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