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Old Aug-18-2005, 9:15 PM
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Icon49 Rush - Finding My Way

Since it's Summer, thought I'd share one more from the Harrison's Media Vault!!

This one is taken from a 1974 television broadcast, featuring newly acquired drummer, Neil Peart - as the original, John Rutsey, had recently departed. The song, Finding My Way, is of course, from their debut album, Rush, released in the same year.

You'll notice Geddy Lee conspicuously dressed, even has a Rickenbacker to hand.....hmmm, I wonder where he got that idea from It was afterall, just 3 months or so since Cal Jam

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Old Aug-19-2005, 6:07 AM
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I think Geddy was influenced by Chirs Squire, so he played Rickenbaker.
But...hum. Nice white suit

Great movie. Thank you David!
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Old Aug-19-2005, 12:49 PM
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Thanks for posting the clip, David -

- and what a coincidence:
I had to have my tonsils removed last week, and contrary to what you hear from children who have had that operation it really hurts for more than a week, and it hurts bad!
So during the last couple of days, besides reading a lot and watching old Vincent Price films on DVD I have been listening to two bands mainly:

Yes and Rush.

Rush are really an outstanding band, and Geddy Lee, with his unique voice, is a fantastic bass guitarist. Judging from his playing technique and his sound his fingers must be made of solid steel.

Thanks again for the clip!


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Old Aug-19-2005, 4:17 PM
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on michaels latest dvd there is an interview where he says he almost formed a band with geddy lee and neil peart -didnt work out though
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You're absolutely right David, incredible. Same attitude, same look, same instrument !!!!!!!
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Old Sep-12-2005, 3:00 PM
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I'm glad the music business back then allowed bands to develop. Rush would be dropped immediately now.

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