January 20, 2018

Rush - Eeklair's Poughkeepsie '80

Rush in concert at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center in Poughkeepsie during the Permanent Waves Tour.
This was taken from a release called National Sound and finished by Eeklair that corrected some sound flaws.

Sound Quality: 9.5-

Source: Soundboard

Track List:
01 Jacob's Ladder
02 Working Man
03 Finding my Way
04 Anthem
05 Bastille Day
06 In the Mood
07 Drum Solo (Doctor Braino)
08 Working Man (ending)
09 La Villa Strangiato
10 cool down music



Anonymous said...

Thank you for sharing. Looking forward to listening to this upgrade.

Derek from Paris,

Anonymous said...

If I may add a second comment : this is a most marvelous upgrade. I burnt the cd, went down to my music room, put the volume up and what a blast ! Just incredible. The band was playing in front of me. Listen just to the drum solo. Incredible stereo effects. Amazing.
Mostly enjoyable. A must have to be experienced at full volume.
Derek from Paris,

AtticRock said...

Hi Derek, yes incredible stereo effects but not consistent throughout the show, it's a soundboard after all.
Next week I will post another great Rush recording, not a concert but a complete rehearsal with extraordinary sound from 1996.
Being from Paris I presume you know Trust, I have some of their records from the '80s, great stuff, still listen to it once in a while.

Didier Leman said...

Indeed, Trust is a legendary hard rock band in France.The guitarist was even the main lead guitarist for the late Johnny Halliday on some tours. I guess it was paying better than as a member of Trust. Their most well known song Antisocial still plays on FM radio. Trust still does some concerts from time to time and issues a Live CD at almost each tour, a bit as Rush does at each tour.

Derek from Paris

AtticRock said...

Antisocial was the first song I heard from Trust on the radio, later covered by Anthrax. Then it was Mr Comédie and L'Elite from the first album. I still love Repression and have it on Vinyl and CD :)