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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2    -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Rush
  • 1981-11-04
  • Rons Vault Release 1
  • Wembley Arena
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • London
  • Middlesex
  • England
  • SHN
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Very Good
  • Cygnals
  • 12th of September 2008
					
  • Ron's Vault Release #1 Rush 11/4/81 Wembley Arena London, UK Generation: 1st (?) Source: Audience Length: 115 min (CD1 - 71:47, CD2 - 42:47) Grade: B Disc 1: Total Play Time 71:47 01. Overture/Temples of Syrinx 6:39 02. Freewill 5:51 03. Limelight 4:51 04. Prelude 4:32 05. Beneath, Between, & Behind 2:35 06. Subdivisions 4:55 07. The Camera Eye 10:29 08. YYZ / Drum Solo 7:51 09. Broon's Bane 1:32 10. The Trees 4:55 11. Xanadu 12:24 12. The Spirit Of Radio 5:12 Disc 2: Total Play Time 42:47 1. Red Barchetta 6:48 2. Closer To The Heart 3:24 3. Tom Sawyer 5:14 4. Vital Signs 4:59 5. Medley: 12:09 Working Man Armageddon By-Tor & The Snow Dog In The End In The Mood Grand Finale 6. La Villa Strangiato 10:13 This show came to me a few months ago by way of a Pink Floyd trader I've traded with for some years. He missed the fact that this show wasn't on my list and was surprised to find that it hasn't been greatly circulated so far. Apparently, he got this straight from the taper on cassette some years ago. The guy is reliable, so I'm inclined to believe him, although the evidence for the generation of this show is still anecdotal. Hence the question mark above. Soundwise, this is a solid show, par for the course for this era. Of course, given that the other two Wembley shows completely suck sonically, this one is the best of the bunch by far. The only changes I made to the discs I received was to split apart "Prelude" and "Beneath, Between & Behind," which were combined into one track, and combine "The Camera Eye," which was split across two tracks. I'm putting this out there with the condition that it not be sucked up and "remastered" as anyone's production. Just putting it out there as is, and I hope it will stay that way. .md5 files verified. A few notes about this series of shows: This is a little project I've wanted to get off the ground for a while now. The idea is to get some of the low-circulation shows out there on CD to the trading public at large. These are generally going to be B/B+ grade shows, many of unknown gen, that DR and Sirius are just not going to have time to remaster. Many are my own transfers from tape. I'm going to try to get these out at the rate of about 1 per month, give or take. The idea is that uber-completists will already have these shows, but the "average" trader on this group might not. Hopefully, these are going to be something that most of you will find worthy additions to your collections. Art is being done by Daneck and will be posted when it's done. After all, we can't enjoy bootlegs without art.... The ONLY constraint I place on these is that they not be sucked up and re-mastered. If you're interested in doing something like that, you'll have to find the tapers and work something out with them. These sources are to stay as-is. If I find that someone is breaking this rule, that'll be the end of these releases.