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MD5 Record Set:    Disc 1    -    Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
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  • Rush
  • 2010-07-01
  • Just Leave it Alone
  • Starlight Theatre
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  • Kansas City
  • Missouri
  • USA
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  • Rec 2
  • Good
  • sundeep
  • 18th of July 2010
					
  • Rush - Just Leave It Alone! Live at the Starlight Theatre in Kansas City, Missouri July 1st, 2010 (Canada Day) Source: Audience Recording [Tascam DR-08 (WAV) -> Audacity (Track Splitting) -> Exact Audio Copy (Flac Conversion)] CD Cover Art included, designed by Rick4395; photo by user 'blimer' on Rush Is A Band Blog (http://www.rushisaband.com/tourgallery/detail.php?id=4859&i=36) Track Listing: Set 1 01 The Spirit of Radio (5:18) 02 Time Stand Still (5:22) 03 Presto (6:36) 04 Stick It Out (4:27) 05 Workin' Them Angels (5:01) 06 Leave That Thing Alone (5:30) 07 Faithless (6:08) 08 Brought Up To Believe (4:30) 09 Freewill (5:36) 10 Marathon (6:38) 11 Subdivisions (5:48) Set 2 12 Tom Sawyer (4:58) 13 Red Barchetta (6:55) 14 YYZ (4:40) 15 Limelight (4:33) 16 The Camera Eye (10:11) 17 Witch Hunt (4:42) 18 Vital Signs (5:33) 19 Caravan (5:39) 20 Love 4 Sale [Drum Solo] (7:09) 21 Closer To The Heart (5:00) 22 2112 Overture/Temples of Syrinx (7:08) 23 Far Cry (6:29) Encore 24 La Villa Strangiato (7:38) 25 Working Man (5:38) Since this is only the second show on the Time Machine Tour, I was expecting a few mistakes, and there are in fact a few obvious ones. A few of Geddy's wails and high notes are off, and one or two near trainwrecks occur; I clearly recall Neil coming in late on a fill in the beginning of Camera Eye, and Geddy looks over at him deliberately and then returns to the keyboards shaking his head in frustration. But enough ragging on this show because it kicked some serious ass. There was a great turnout (if not totally sold out) and the boys seemed energetic. Especially on the new songs (particularly the jam in the middle of Caravan) Geddy was REALLY rockin' out his bass lines - I've never seen him that pumped up! You may notice the guy next to me yelling "WOOOOOO!!" the entire concert, but I went through and toned him down so hopefully he's not too obnoxious. This is my second show on Dime. Hope you enjoy it.