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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
  • 1974-08-14
  • Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down
  • Unknown
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Pittsburgh
  • PA
  • USA
  • SHN
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Fair
  • Cygnals
  • 8th of November 2008
  • Artist - Rush Name - Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down Media: 1 CDr (1 CDr SHN) Catalog: SMP-054 Source: Audience Anolog Quality: 8-5 Date: August 14, 1974 Location: Part 1 Finding My Way 5:25 In The Mood 3:52 Bad Boy 5:04 Working Man/Drum Solo 3.26 Part 2 Finding My Way 5:41 In The Mood 3:59 Bad Boy 5:11 Working Man/Drum Solo 10:33 Production Notes: This is an historic date of course as Neil's first appearance with Rush. It's also one of the "holy grails" in Rush collecting. The search has been on for the master of this show ever since I-Vent released "First Time" and we knew that a first gen or master source just HAD to be out there. Is this the Holy Grail? Nope. But it is close. The thanks for this source goes to Tim O again. When Tim sent me this tape I was moderately surprised to find 2 copies of the same show on the tape. Both copies are represented on this release. The first copy was a much much lower gen than the second but alas it was not complete. The second source also was not complete but did contain another 7 minutes of Working Man. I played a while with trying to matrix the two sources together, and perhaps even using First Time to make it a complete show but alas the sources are all so sonically different it was near impossible to complete such a "blending." Since the shorter version sounds so much better, it was decided to release them both on the same disc. As in First Time, we have the same idiot tapers acting in such a way that only idiot tapers can. However they did record this piece of history so for that, they can be forgiven. A special thanks goes out to Xembla for the artwork. I have to admit, I didn't think he'd pull off the theme for the artwork but he did and in spades! This recording was produced by fans, for fans and is never to be sold. If you like this recording, support the artists and purchase their official releases! As is the Simple Man norm, this show is available on Direct Connect and will be traded freely to all comers. Master Checksums e0f4a07f24c3edc04a170c54aaa555d2 *1974_08_14_TUTD_T05.shn df5aa6de0936d977dc96a245e63f2b78 *1974_08_14_TUTD_T06.shn d99f383f17b71ddead9842433967776a *1974_08_14_TUTD_T07.shn ca7ff86994a5166e7423d9904d850139 *1974_08_14_TUTD_T08.shn 7da82b83d38f4c9a37df4e14216a0f31 *1974_08_14_TUTD_T01.shn 9afc3ab6103037fe810691e363724b40 *1974_08_14_TUTD_T02.shn cb217e4c8f6ae39e1d702acef8a71216 *1974_08_14_TUTD_T03.shn 33b021b2b43f9fe0813e4ab04882c438 *1974_08_14_TUTD_T04.shn