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es156
11-19-2004, 10:42 PM
Rush
Roll The Bones Tour
St. Louis Arena, November 7, 1991

1. Force Ten
2. Limelight
3. Freewill
4. Distant Early Warning
5. Time Stand Still
6. Dreamline
7. Bravado
8. Roll The Bones
9. Show Don't Tell
10. The Big Money
11. Subdivisions
12. The Pass
13. Where's My Thing
14. The Rhythm Method (Drum Solo)
15. Closer To The Heart
16. Xanadu/ (Partial)
17. Superconductor
18. Tom Sawyer

19. Medley: The Spirit of Radio/2112 Overture/Finding My Way/
La Villa/Anthem/Red Barchetta/The Spirit of Radio (reprise)

Drums: Neil Peart
Bass/Vocals: Geddy Lee
Guitar: Alex Lifeson

Opening Act: Eric Johnson

(Order not exact)
Righteous
High Landrons
Trademark
40 Mile Town
Desert Rose
Nothing Can Keep Me From You
Soulful Terrain
Ah Via Musicom/Cliffs of Dover

Another excellent Rush show that would only get better with slight adjustments to the set list as the tour continued into the outdoor shows the following summer. I believe that this was the first tour that Rush did not play "YYZ" and I was shocked and disappointed. When Neil started his drum solo after "Where's My Thing?" I wondered what was going on. It was still a great show. Hearing "Bravado" live for the first time was a classic moment. That song takes on new life in concert and it remains one of my favorite live Rush tunes. I saw the show again in June of '92 and by then they had dropped "Subdivisions" and "The Pass" and had added "Ghost of a Chance," "Vital Signs," "The Analog Kid" and "The Trees." This was a slightly longer and better set list, in my opinion. It was great to hear "Vital Signs" and "The Analog Kid" live. My only real complaint was that they only played the first part of "Xanadu" before going straight into "Superconductor." I found this to be a terrible choice, since I like "Xanadu" and I don't really like "Superconductor" that much. Just a minor complaint. The drum solo was incredible as always.


Roll The Bones Tour
Riverport Ampitheater, St. Louis, June 12, 1992

1. Force Ten
2. Limelight
3. Freewill
4. Distant Early Warning
5. Time Stand Still
6. Dreamline
7. Bravado
8. Roll The Bones
9. Show Don't Tell
10. The Big Money
11. Ghost of a Chance
12. Vital Signs
13. Analog Kid
14. The Trees
15. Where's My Thing
16. The Rhythm Method (Drum Solo)
17. Closer To The Heart
18. Xanadu/ (Partial)
19. Superconductor
20. Tom Sawyer

21. Medley: The Spirit of Radio/2112 Overture/Finding My Way/
La Villa/Anthem/Red Barchetta/The Spirit of Radio (reprise)


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PowerMaiden
11-20-2004, 08:28 AM
Great report, to this day, Rush remains one of the only still existing band that I like and that I never saw live.



Cheers !!!
PowerMaiden

es156
11-20-2004, 09:32 AM
Great report, to this day, Rush remains one of the only still existing band that I like and that I never saw live.



Cheers !!!
PowerMaiden

Never seen them live? You would have loved the 30th Anniversary tour. I caught it twice and it was a great show. Did you see the set list reports? I just read last night that they might start working on a new CD in 2005. If they tour you have got to check it out!

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PowerMaiden
11-20-2004, 03:15 PM
Never seen them live? You would have loved the 30th Anniversary tour. I caught it twice and it was a great show. Did you see the set list reports? I just read last night that they might start working on a new CD in 2005. If they tour you have got to check it out!

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yeah, shame on me, since they're from Toronto, they always play Montreal


maybe next time :)

Cheers !!!
PowerMaiden