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Media: 1 CDr Audio
Catalog: None: 019898
Source: Broadcast
Date: December 16, 1974
November 27, 1974
Location: Agora Ballroom, Cleveland, Ohio, USA
Whiskey A Go-Go, Hollywood, California, USA

Finding My Way
Best I Can
What You're Doing
Fly By Night
Here Again
Bad Boy
Working Man
In The Mood
Need Some Love
Take My Life
Here Again
Working Man

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Average Rating:Audio: 5

   (Audio - 5)

I don't really know what to think about this CD. When I first came across it at a local record store, and seeing it again at another many, many miles away, I thought I'd should add it to my collection. Comparing the first 8 tracks to 3 other existing titles (Freefall, Fancy Dancers, Here Again At The Agora) I wasn't so thrilled, but tracks 9-13 struck a strange cord. Allegedly from Hollywood's Whiskey A Go-Go, on 11-18-74 (entirely questionable!), these remaining tracks are amazing early Rush goods. They are well edited tracks for a fictitious show, but they blend nicely and would have made a great set (doubt that it did happen--shucks!!).? The artwork is very professional. Early pics of Ged, Alex and Neil give the cover it's nice collage feeling. An excellent early photo of Neil on the inside and the disc with additional early portraits of the guys.? The sound quality is typical for any early recording, especially one that may be a few generations old (tracks 1-8). I must admit that the 2 Working Man tracks are absolutely fantastic, especially track 13's version. Definitely a jam session! If a few of these copies are around, it may be worth having if you are into collecting Rush RoIOs. But if you are into quality and having the "real thing", avoid it. Tracks 9-13 very well may be a "fake" show, but it gives my blood a Rush experience and makes me wonder why Rush never used this setlist. I think it's something worth trading for, but only for its unique difference.    (2000-07-10)

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