Discussion in 'The Sound Hound Lounge' started by pbenn2112, Mar 20, 2015.
All is got is holy f**k. I'm listening to the vinyl reissue that came out this week an I'm floored.
Probably my favourite live album.
The opener Bastille Day is amazing.
(Well, for me, YesSongs is a close second...if not a tie)
I think my fav is In The End! It's just perfect!!!
Great live album!
Brings back memories.
Great, great record...
and the SNOW DOG!!!!!
"We'd like to do something for ya...."
Mind boggling...the energy they bring.
And think about NP...pretty recently joined, and to be in the center of that creative fury right on the spot in a matter of months.
Though they had three full albums w/ Peart before this double live record: Fly By Night, Caress of Steel & 2112.
But - yeah - Peart joined in '74, FBN & COS were released in '75, 2112 & ATWAS were both released in '76.
Agree! I wore that record out.
that's how marshalls should sound.ATWAS and song remains the same are the two greatest live marshall tones in history
I LOVE the opening riff to "What You're Doing".
It sounds massive!!!
LOL they're atheists. Fantastic rock band tho
Agreed. Though I've heard rumor for years Alex had a cranked a Super Reverb behind the Marshalls. Doesn't sound like it to me.
Saw them at the Century Theater in Buffalo around this time ('76) - 2112 tour, and several times after that. I loved that band in the 70's. I lost interest in the 80's. Difficult to explain unless you saw them back then but they were just so powerful as a rock band. I just couldn't get into it after they got more progressive. Obviously alot of other people could
I discovered Rush in 1982 and bought their back catalog then. All I remember is spinning the hell out of ATWAS and Exit Stage Left. Really defined my teen years.