Different Stages is an interesting live album by Rush depending on your thoughts about how they’ve progressed over the years.
Moist of the first two CDs come from the 1997 Test for Echo tour with three songs from the 1994 Counterparts tour.A large proportion of the 1997 songs came from teh concert at the World Ampitheater in Chicago on June 14th, 1997.
The third disc has a performance in London from the A Farewell to Kings tour in 1978.
Rush Different Stages
Disc: 1 – recorded in 1997 unless otherwise indicated
4. Bravado (1994)
6. Show Don’t Tell (1994)
7. The Trees
8. Nobody’s Hero
9. Closer To The Heart
10. 2112: I. Overture
11. 2112: II. The Temples Of Syrinx
12. 2112: III. Discovery
13. 2112: IV. Presentation
14. 2112: V. Oracle: The Dream
15. 2112: VI. Soliloquy
16. 2112: VII. Grand Finale
Disc: 2 – recorded in 1997 unless otherwise indicated
1. Test For Echo
2. Analog Kid (1994)
4. Roll The Bones
5. Stick It Out
7. Leave That Thing Alone
8. The Rhythm Method
9. Natural Science
10. The Spirit Of Radio
11. Tom Sawyer
Disc: 3 recorded at the Hammersmith Odeon in London on February 20th, 1978.
1. Bastille Day
2. By-Tor & The Snow Dog
4. Farewell To Kings
5. Something For Nothing
6. Cygnus X-1
8. Working Man
9. Fly By Night
10. In The Mood
11. Cinderella Man
The band at this stage was:
Geddy Lee – vocals, bass guitar, synthesizers
Alex Lifeson – electric and acoustic guitars, vocals
Neil Peart – drums, percussion
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