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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2    -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Rush
  • 2002-07-07
  • Fire In Lakawanna
  • Six Flags Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
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  • Darien Lakes
  • NY
  • USA
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  • Excellent
  • sundeep
  • 7th of October 2008
					
  • Rush - Fire In Lakawanna July 7, 2002 Six Flags Darien Lake Performing Arts Center: Darien Center, NY Sirius Records SIR0610/0611 Audience MiniDisc Master Disc 1 79:20 Three Stooges :26 Tom Sawyer 4:51 Distant Early Warning 4:48 New World Man 4:03 Roll The Bones 6:38 Earthshine 5:35 YYZ 4:41 The Pass 5:06 Bravado 6:15 The Big Money 6:06 Between Sun & Moon 4:47 Vital Signs 5:03 Natural Science 8:30 One Little Victory 7:14 Driven 5:17 Disc 2 79:26 Ceiling Unlimited 5:58 Secret Touch 6:50 Dreamline 5:09 Red Sector A 5:19 Leave That Thing Alone 4:53 Drum Solo 7:48 Resist 4:23 2112: Overture/Temples of Syrinx 6:51 Limelight 4:30 La Villa Strangiato 8:48 The Spirit of Radio 6:07 By-Tor and the Snow Dog 4:26 Cygnus X-1 3:05 Working Man 5:19 Tapers Notes: Well, here's my last show for the summer venues. This is another nice recording. My seats were right in front of Ged, in the second section back, row 3 (right center). Not sure what that translates to row wise but it was pretty close (30th row?). The sound was incredible there, much better than Hartford and Scranton. Center is key. I of course, missed most of the stooges, again, as it seems the guys never start at the same time. Oh well. Al was having problems with his radio pack just off stage thus, the delay in the start. Nice to hear the end of the stooges theme. Great versions of New World Man, The Pass and Vital Signs. Minor seat incident during RtB as someone came late and the row wouldn't move down enough so I was in the aisle a little and the security was on me fast. Thankfully the guy was freakin clueless looking right at me not seeing a thing (croakie mounted mics). I kept my head forward and looking at Ged the whole time. We finally squeezed in. The rant in La Villa is my favorite of the shows I've heard so far and it's where the title comes from... It's perfectly timed and the transition is amazingly perfect, almost rehearsed. Al thought he was having technical problems with the White Gibson in the encore (he kept looking over at the tech for the first 20 sec or so) but thankfully everything was OK. He just blazed on it. One other vivid memory is Al just wining on the guitar during the beginning part of Cygnus, using the pedals, building it up, and then just doing his patented "pull back" on that first big set of chords and coming front-center... just a smooth move (you had to be there). Thanks to SCOTT for hooking me up with a ticket for my bro. This one will be vined and I'll take some audio B&P's on this. Check the FTP site as well for downloading. Great job again by the Sirius team. Source: AT933 Cardioid->SP Battery Box(flat)->(line in)Sharp MD-MT877 ninjadave - (Oct 02')