RUSH - 06.12.2015

All The Highlights Of That Headlong Flight

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RUSH - 06.12.2015

Postby Abbath » Wed Jun 24, 2015 2:50 pm

CHICAGO 06.12.2015 - great show!

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set list :
The Anarchist
Clockwork Angels
Headlong Flight (with "Drumbastica" mini drum solo)
Far Cry
The Main Monkey Business
One Little Victory
Animate
Roll the Bones
Distant Early Warning
Subdivisions

Set 2:
(No Country for Old Hens)
Tom Sawyer
YYZ
The Spirit of Radio
Natural Science
Jacob's Ladder
Cygnus X-1 Book II: Hemispheres Part I: Prelude
Cygnus X-1
(The Voyage Part 1 & 3 with drum solo)
Closer to the Heart
Xanadu
2112 Part I: Overture
2112 Part II: The Temples of Syrinx
2112 Part IV: Presentation
2112 Part VII: Grand Finale

Encore:
(Mel's Rock Pile starring Eugene Levy)
Lakeside Park
Anthem
What You're Doing
Working Man
(with Garden Road outro)

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"Neil Peart drives like he drums. On a bright mid-April afternoon in Los Angeles, fresh from a rehearsal with his band, Rush, for what might be their last big tour, he powers his pristine, silver, Goldfinger-style 1964 Aston Martin DB5 onto an exit ramp off the 405 at highway speed, slowing not at all — speeding up, maybe — into a sharp, perilous curve. Call it the way of the Peart: daunting technical mastery paired with a penchant for the gloriously excessive.

Lifeson has faced some serious health crises. He receives injections for psoriatic arthritis, and he was hospitalized for anemia from bleeding ulcers a few years ago, receiving blood transfusions. For years, too, he had considerable trouble breathing, feeling like he could never quite fill his lungs. When he underwent recent ulcer surgery, his doctor discovered the problem. "My stomach was behind my heart, pushing against my lung," he says. Everything is now back in place, and he's thrilled at the prospect of playing shows without gasping for air."

Lee would have no trouble keeping busy without Rush — he and his wife, Nancy Young, have homes in London and Toronto, and spend a lot of time traveling. He is a serious collector of many things, including art, wine and baseballs. But he is a lot less eager to retire from the road than his bandmates. "I'm definitely the most gung-ho about working," he says. "With me, mixing is a nightmare — the guys have to rip the fucking thing out of my hands because I keep trying to make it perfect. I love putting shows together, I love playing for people, so I don't have any doubts in that area. The other guys do have doubts, and they have other demands on their lives that I don't have."

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Re: RUSH - 06.12.2015

Postby MCM » Wed Jul 01, 2015 9:27 am

Great pictures!
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Re: RUSH - 06.12.2015

Postby Abitaman » Sat Jul 18, 2015 7:08 am

Pictures were good.
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Re: RUSH - 06.12.2015

Postby Angiekay » Mon Feb 22, 2016 2:26 pm

Awesome pictures!!!







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Re: RUSH - 06.12.2015

Postby verslibre » Sat Jan 28, 2017 9:02 am

^What they said!^
"Heer's ta swimmen wid bowlegged wimmen!"
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