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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
  • 2002-06-29
  • Dragons Bane Lane
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Scranton
  • PA
  • USA
  • SHN
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  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Very Good
  • sundeep
  • 4th of October 2008
  • Rush - "Dragon's Bane Lane" June 29, 2002 - Scranton, PA Sirius Records SIR0600/0601 Source: Audience MiniDisc Master Disc 1 - 79:46 Three Stooges :47 Tom Sawyer 4:53 Distant Early Warning 4:58 New World Man 4:04 Roll The Bones 6:43 Earthshine 5:38 YYZ 4:48 The Pass 5:08 Bravado 6:14 The Big Money 6:26 Between Sun & Moon 4:56 Vital Signs 4:58 Natural Science 8:26 One Little Victory 6:24 Driven 5:23 Disc 2 - 78:24 Ghost Rider 6:05 Secret Touch 6:56 Dreamline 5:17 Red Sector A 5:26 Leave That Thing Alone 4:54 Drum Solo 7:05 Resist 4:21 2112 Overture/The Temples of Syrinx 6:46 Limelight 4:25 La Villa Strangiato 8:43 The Spirit of Radio 5:45 Bytor and the Snow Dog 4:29 Cygnus X-1 3:06 Working Man 5:06 Taper's Notes: This was my second Rush show of the tour but my first ever Rush taping experience. I should have taped Hartford but I was selfish and wanted to really enjoy that one. I had some practice taping and taped about 3 shows prior to this one and thank god because the kinks were worked out. I had about 10th row, right in front of the left PA stacks (just behind Bluefish actually: see "Bytor on the Mountain"). The sweet spot flew right over our heads I believe but the show isn't too bad. IMO, a tad better than BYTOR as it has a better overall range but what the hell do I know really! Joe at Sirius did a fabulous job with this one in the mastering. It really is much better than the master source that is for sure. Probably an EX-. It wavers a little at the start as I was checking levels but after Tom Sawyer it smoothes out nice. Most of you have heard the BYTOR version I'm sure. However, there are some things that happened that explain some of the show's nuances. I will say it is one of the better performances of Resist. The Vital Signs vocal miss by Ged was a result of him wanting to jam with Al and found himself away from the mic but he recovered very nicely. Neil's snare "miss" at the end of ByTor was a "stick break". In addition, Al was in rare form again and it was great to see it being the second show. His antics during the encore and the start of Working Man had Ged losing it almost, as you can hear in his voice. Lyric references "better than him" and "this guy here" was to Al as he was playing right in front of him and blocking Ged's view while he was singing those first verses. I think that is why Ged was totally out of sync with Al during that part. It was hilarious, even though my view wasn't all that great. This one will be vined and I'll take some B&P's soon on this. Check the FTP site as well for downloading. Big thanks again go out to the Sirius team; Joe, Curtis and Norm. Source: AT933 Cardioid->SP Battery Box(flat)->(line in)Sharp MD-MT877 ninjadave - (Oct 02')