9 thoughts on “ Jacobs Ladder - Rush - Exit...Stage Left (CD, Album)

  1. Originally released on double LP in October "A Passage To Bangkok" has been omitted in order to release Exit Stage Left as a single compact disc. All tracks recorded live during Rush's world tour. Tracks 1 to 3, 7 to 12 recorded in Canada by Le Mobile/5(2).
  2. "Exit Stage Left" was the album with Neil's first drum solo (YYZ) and I used to marvel at the length and how awesome it was! So it holds a special place in my youth that I can reminisce on almost 40 years later. Love this live album!/5().
  3. Stage Left. Exit. Stage Left, the band’s second live album, was recorded at The Apollo in Glasgow, Scotland on June 10th & 11th, and at The Forum in Montreal, Quebec in March 27th, A video release with the same name, with slightly different content, was released in on VHS and later on Laserdisc, and in on DVD.
  4. I've had Exit on CD for years, but this reissue vinyl is fabulous. Some say it's got too much bass, but I think it's great. Besides, this is one of the best live albums ever. I'm normally not a fan of live albums. "Exit Stage Left" has held the test of time. "Tom Sawyer" never sounded better! I ordered this just after Neil died and it was on /5().
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Exit Stage Left on Discogs/5(15).
  6. CD - Exit Stage Left. Rush's world tour in support of Moving Pictures was recorded and released later that same year. There are several live Rush albums, but this one easily captures a band at its artistic and commercial peak.
  7. Stage Left is the second live album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released as a double album in October by Anthem Records. After touring in support of their eighth studio album Moving Pictures (), the band gathered recordings made over the previous two years and constructed a live release from them with producer Terry Brown.
  8. Check out our album review of Artist's Exit Stage Left on Rolling consfortneslabutsort.inexscapcomdamarsireconcibumbmor.co Except for a singalong in “Closer to the Heart” and a jokey intro to “Jacob’s Ladder,” the versions.
  9. Except for a singalong in "Closer to the Heart" and a jokey intro to "Jacob's Ladder," the versions here are virtually identical to the studio renditions, so Rush fans may find the set redundant. Others might get a kick out of the big, surging F chords the band keeps pumping out and perhaps appreciate Peart's fine-tuned percussion, but one Rush.

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