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  • Rush: Cygnus X-1 Isolated Bass, Drums, and Vocals

    Rush: Cygnus X-1 Isolated Bass, Drums, and Vocals

    YYNOT’s Tim Starace shared this isolated track on our Facebook Group recently. We waited to share it today, which is Geddy Lee’s birthday. “Pure Geddy goodness from my vault. I present to you the isolated bass (for the most part) from ‘Cygnus X-1, The Voyage’,” Tim shared. Happy birthday, Geddy! »

  • Rush: La Villa Strangiato Live at Pinkpop Festival 1979

    Rush: La Villa Strangiato Live at Pinkpop Festival 1979

    Our friend Tim Fletcher shared this on our Facebook group of Rush performing “La Villa Strangiato” live at the Pinkpop Festival 1979. “The audio is much better than previously [released],” Tim shared. We agree. Epicness. And Geddy Lee’s tone! »

  • Rush’s 2112 Gets Special 40th Anniversary Re-Release

    Rush’s 2112 Gets Special 40th Anniversary Re-Release

    Forty years ago, Rush released one of the most epic albums of all time. Now Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson, and Neil Peart are celebrating with a special 40th Anniversary Edition of 2112 that features extensive liner notes, outtakes, and previously unreleased live tracks. “Although [2112] was the band’s fourth album, it’s generally considered to be... »

  • New Rush Documentary Available Now

    New Rush Documentary Available Now

    Rush’s Time Stand Still documentary is now available on DVD and Blu-Ray. The film documents the band’s 40-year history, centered on the band’s final R40 tour. Geddy Lee, Neil Peart, and Alex Lifeson share personal stories about the band’s career while much of the film focuses on the trio’s fans, as well. “A lot of... »

  • New Rush Documentary Coming In November

    New Rush Documentary Coming In November

    Rush fans rejoice: a new documentary on the band is coming in November. “Rush: Time Stand Still” will have a theatrical release on November 3rd in select theaters with a Blu-Ray/DVD release on November 18th. Billed as “the story of a band, its fans, and their 40 year relationship,” the film will include exclusive behind-the-scenes... »

  • Rush: Working Man (Live, 1974)

    Rush: Working Man (Live, 1974)

    In April 1974, Rush took the stage at the Laura Secord Secondary School in St. Catharines. Here’s a clip of the band performing “Working Man”, which includes John Rutsey on drums (who was replaced by Neil Peart just a few months later) and Geddy Lee rocking a P-bass. The tape of this concert was found... »

  • 1975 Rush Live Recording Available as Import

    1975 Rush Live Recording Available as Import

    If you’re a Rush fan and haven’t encountered this 1975 live recording of the band in Cleveland, Ohio, you’re in luck. It’s now available as an import as Beneath, Between and Behind: F.M. Broadcast 1975. According to the site, Rush Is A Band, the show by the Canadian trio with Geddy Lee on bass and... »

  • Rush: Red Barchetta (Live)

    Rush: Red Barchetta (Live)

    Thirty-five years ago yesterday, Rush released Moving Pictures. Today, I feel old. The band shared this milestone yesterday: “In the fall of 1980, the band recorded in Le Studio in Morin Heights, Quebec. On February 12, 1981, the band’s highest selling album was released – MOVING PICTURES. The iconic album included perennial radio favourites –... »

  • 1974 Rush Session Reveals Early Live Sound

    1974 Rush Session Reveals Early Live Sound

    The sound of early live Rush is available on The Lady Gone Electric, which documents a 1974 live radio broadcast of the group, playing songs from its debut album and the then soon-to-be released Fly By Night from Electric Lady Studios in New York. The event also marked the first recording featuring Neil Peart on... »

  • Rush: YYZ (R40 Live)

    Rush: YYZ (R40 Live)

    Regardless of what happens with Rush in the future, we’re lucky to have so many albums – and videos – to enjoy. From their R40 Tour this year, here’s Geddy Lee, Alex Lifeson and Neil Peart performing “YYZ” – a song I think we can all agree is one of the all-time greats. This video... »