Rush All The World's A Stage Album


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Release information about the album
Release Date: 03/01/1976
Tracks in All The World's A Stage: Bastille Day, Anthem, Fly By Night, In The Mood, Something For Nothing, Lakeside Park, 2112, By-Tor And The Snow Dog, In The End, Working Man, Finding My Way, What You're Doing

All The World's A Stage Album Tracklist




Amazing Energy | Reviewer: Anonymous | 2/9/09

This is a band that has stood the test of times..They are like a fine wine and mature with each album. Their first live album captures the amazing energy from each song to the next. One can feel the exhuberance from the crowd as the album progresses into a barage of intricate time signatures. Highights include an amazing drum solo by 'The Professor' himself Neil Peart and shows his command of the drumkit. The band also performs a blistering version of 2112 which demonstrates Mr. Pearts interesting lyrics. The crowd errupts at the end of What Your Doing which showcases Geddy Lee's technical bass lines.One important aspect about this live album is there is hardly any feedback and you can hear all of the instruments shine through including Alex Lifeson's amazing guitar leads.The band truly captures a live performance and energy at it's best. This is a must have for any true Rush fan.



Amazing Energy | Reviewer: Anonymous | 2/9/09

This is a band that has stood the test of times..They are like a fine wine and mature with each album. Their first live album captures the amazing energy from each song to the next. One can feel the exhuberance from the crowd as the album progresses into a barage of intricate time signatures. Highights include an amazing drum solo by 'The Professor' himself Neil Peart and shows his command of the drumkit. The band also performs a blistering version of 2112 which demonstrates Mr. Pearts interesting lyrics. The crowd errupts at the end of What Your Doing which showcases Geddy Lee's technical bass lines.One important aspect about this live album is there is hardly any feedback and you can hear all of the instruments shine through including Alex Lifeson's amazing guitar leads.The band truly captures a live performance and energy at it's best. This is a must have for any tru Rush fan.




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