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Electric Rush


Media: 1 CDr Audio
Time: 53:39
Catalog: Digital Reproductions: DR 20574
Source: Radio Broadcast
Date: December 05, 1974
Location: Electric Lady Studios, New York, New York, USA

Finding My Way   5:20
Best I Can   3:13
In The Mood   3:42
Anthem   4:39
Need Some Love   3:32
Fly By Night   3:44
Here Again   9:27
Bad Boy   6:40
Working Man   9:57
Drum Solo   2:42
Outro   0:36

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Average Rating:Audio: 8.666666666666666

The Digital Dan
   (Audio - 8.5)

Taken from a lower gen source and remastered for a brighter, fuller sound. The result is a better sounding show than By-Tor '74, a great production in its own right. The highs are definitely more pronounced and clearer at the cost of more hiss. But the balance between the highs and hiss is pretty good. Sounds great cranked up loud on the stereo. The small intimate studio setting of this performance really makes it sound as if the band is performing in your living room. Kind of like a public rehearsal. Recommended for any serious Rush fan. Special thanks to Nelson for graciously donating the source used for this production. As with all Digital Reproductions releases, this is for free trade or blank media trade only. Not to be bought or sold. Keep the spirit of trading alive and well.    (2001-12-24)

   (Audio - 8.5)

This is a nice upgrade to By-Tor '74!! The source sounds better than the previous version plus it has the full show which includes the Outro by the DJ. The sound is great with only distraction being the pronounced hiss, but this source does indeed have a fuller sound than By-Tor '74. Working Man has an awesome improvised solo that features parts of "to-be" By-Tor & The Snow Dog. This show is for TRADE ONLY. Please do not pay money for this recording, for there are many traders who can trade a copy.   (2001-12-24)

Ron's Rush RoIO Review

This show was originally performed for FM radio broadcast a couple months prior to the release of "Fly By Night." Neil has only been with the band for a few months at this point, but the playing is tight and precise. The FBN songs are still coming together, so some songs, most notably "Best I Can" contain some alternate lyrics. The structure of "Fly By Night" is different, with the guitar solo coming after the vocal bridge and a completely different ending. We get a rare treat in "Working Man," when Alex delivers a guitar solo outside of the normal structure of the song. "Bad Boy" is introduced as a Beatles song, although it was originally written by Larry Williams (I don?t remember the Beatles ever doing this one, actually). It?s amusing to hear the polite clapping of what sounds like about five or ten folks in the studio. Geddy?s soft-spoken comments in between songs is a sharp contrast to the very hard-edged performance. An excellent pseudo- audience show. Apparently, several mikes were set up around the studio, with only a very basic soundboard feed. The result is a very well-mixed sound -- at times, you can almost imagine that you?re listening to the "Rush" album.    (1999-04-01)

   (Audio - 9)

This is the best, and a very definitve title by Digital Reproductions, of the Electriclady Studios bootlegs. The sound is bright, full, and clean so you can hear everything great. Its funny when Geddy complains about the heat, then asks if everyone can hear alright, and like no one answers, classic. The sound is incredible, the hiss is the background isn't as noticable as the 5/15/75 show, but is still there. Overall, such in impressive, and energetic show. I completly recommend it.   (2008-11-19)

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