Selected: Rush - Fallen Trees - 1978-12-16

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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
  • 1978-12-16
  • Fallen Trees
  • International Amphitheater
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Chicago
  • IL
  • USA
  • SHN
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • unknown
  • Very Good
  • Cygnals
  • 10th of September 2008
  • Taper - Unknown
					
  • RUSH Fallen Trees - Platinum Edition Media: 2 CDr (2 CDr SHN) Time: 58:36, 51:37 Catalog: Digital Reproductions DR 21678-1 Source: Audience (Analog Master > CDR) Teac ME-80 mics > Technics RS-646DS > Maxell UD-60 for first tape and UD-90 for second Quality: See Reviews below Date: 12-16-78 Location: International Amphitheater, Chicago, Illinois -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listing Disc One: 1. Introduction 0:35 2. Anthem 4:19 3. A Passage To Bangkok 4:09 4. By-Tor And The Snow Dog 5:05 5. Xanadu 12:10 6. Something for Nothing 4:28 7. The Trees (cut) 0:14 8. (cut) Cygnus X-1 5:10 9. Hemispheres 18:55 10. Closer to the Heart 3:31 Disc Two: 1. Circumstances 4:17 2. A Farewell to Kings 5:35 3. La Villa Strangiato 10:07 4. 2112 18:54 5. Working Man 3:16 6. Bastille Day 1:42 7. In the Mood 2:39 8. Drum Solo 5:07 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Comments and Reviews: Digital Dan (EX-): Now sourced from the master, this show only gets better. This performance had always been one of of my favorite Hemispheres shows; now it is among my favorite shows of any tour. I just love the warm, analog mix on this recording because the sound is captured so well. The band is well balanced and well represented. The bass is very well resolved, among the best of any audience recording I've heard from the 70's. The high end is also remarkably well represented. The crowd is nicely behaved around the taper, offering a very clear sounding recording with very minimal intrusion. But there are a few problems, according to the taper: On the Rush 1978, I had a 90 minute tape and a 60 minute tape. Right before the show started I inserted the 60 minute tape by mistake because I was looking for security. I was watching my watch for 40 minutes to go by before the flip. When I looked down to the recorder the end eye was lit up. That's when I noticed I put in the 60 tape first. My stomach dropped when I realized I had missed about 10 minutes of the show hence the cut song of Trees. From there on out I used only 90 minute tapes. Equipment: Recorder unit: Technics RS-646DS with the Teac ME-80 mics (Same mic as Nakamichi CM300). 5th row main floor right in front of the right speakers. Maxell UD-60 for first tape and UD-90 for second. This is the reason that "The Trees" and "Cygnus X-1" get cut. There are also a couple of minor cuts in "By-Tor" and "Working Man". Other than that, this is easily one of the best audience shows of the tour and perhaps of the entire decade as well. So if you're like me and consider this the best Rush tour, you can't be without this show. No noise or hiss reduction was used on this production. A hearty thanks go out to R. B. for allowing us to remaster this wonderful source. As with all Digital Reproductions recordings, it's only available via free trade and never for sale. Just visit the trading links section to find people that will gladly trade this recording for free. LeeGeddy (VG+): This release is an update to "Fallen Trees - Ver2.0". The source was provided by the taper who did the tape > CDR transfer. The sound quality is quite nice with extended dynamics in comparison to all the other versions in the trading circle. The show starts off a bit rough with lots of channel phasing, but it does get much better as the show progresses. Disc 2 sounds much better than Disc One for some reason, with good highs, punchy mids and overall better dynamics in the recording. IMO, this show falls within the 2nd tier audience recordings from this era. Recordings from Oslo '79, Anaheim '78, Vancouver '78 and Hollywood '79 are still the best of the tour. (SEPT '03) Master SHN MD5 checksum values: 9f4edcaaebb313ae21379abff2caff60 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t01.shn a189fe568bb10326988ddfeaf5bcdd77 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t02.shn fe9108fbb0bbf806a2aff7909067b913 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t03.shn 56b37e74e5ae9913236600de17d49741 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t04.shn d10ad963516d848a9e53630bbad3feae *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t05.shn ad2c33b8f54713b535930cd2b3ab7579 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t06.shn 9a5b4f30cde0187b717a4fc4ecffe4a5 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t07.shn efb851b824db32bccdc3711069f85bfb *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t08.shn 5fdc26558002b02ddcdd2532fc3e049b *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t09.shn 7ad5ad9b5e106500cb154d3a09f5f4d8 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d1t10.shn 32b9922b85c44cc16697a7faa13b0443 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d2t01.shn 0781f6ca57beb43852f31213ffeea053 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d2t02.shn 956de20aa03d16dfb2d3adf1d4290872 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d2t03.shn d9fafbdc5731dea54ef899dfade26b4a *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d2t04.shn 429627b6e021305d725e3073cee3e28c *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d2t05.shn d11ce0c4d8ab7cbf272a4526f85a3b2c *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d2t06.shn 42237f06a0e56d4bc348faa7f7927e13 *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d2t07.shn 8a13f7f25cb281ae1226fdaaec036b1d *rush1978-12-16_FT-PE_d2t08.shn