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Old 09-02-05, 04:36 PM
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New Rush DVDs Available Soon!!

From the Rush newsletter:
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NEW RUSH DVDS AVAILABLE SOON

Rush will be releasing the highly anticipated R30 DVD in late fall
2005. R30 will feature the sold out concert that Rush played in Frankfurt,
Germany in October 2004 during their 30th Anniversary tour.

Neil Peart is currently working on the follow up to his instructional
drum video "A Work In Progress." The follow up will be released as a
DVD and is set for release in late fall 2005. The new DVD is produced by
Hudson Music and is entitled "Anatomy of Drum Solo."

Please stay tuned to www.rush.com in the coming weeks for information
regarding these releases.

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good stuff. I have the instructional dvd. I'll probably pick up the next one.
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Old 09-02-05, 05:34 PM
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Shouldn't they have filmed a Canadian show for the R30 video?
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Old 09-02-05, 06:24 PM
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Yeah. there was an add in a industry magazine a couple months ago that listed the R30 DVD they also listed Exit Stage Left, Grace Under Pressure and A Show of Hands DVD.

Ah nothing like spending more money.
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Old 09-04-05, 02:10 AM
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can't wait to pick this up, rush in rio is one of my favorate music dvd's, and rush is one of my favorate bands.
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Good to see Fogo working on this. I was highly impressed with the quality of the Harry Connick: Only You concert DVD (HD, 5.1). If the Rush discs get the same attention, we should be in for quite a treat!
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Old 09-05-05, 02:28 PM
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Here's hoping that the R30 disc is anamorphic.
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Here's hoping that the R30 disc is anamorphic.
Exactly. Why they dropped this particular ball on the Rush In Rio set is beyond me. Perfect audio, crap video.
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I don't think Fogo worked on that one. They must have just gotten the contract recently to work on the new one, plus all the previous shows (Stage Left, etc.).
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Originally Posted by Hiro11
Exactly. Why they dropped this particular ball on the Rush In Rio set is beyond me. Perfect audio, crap video.
From what I have heard not all the cameras were high def...especially the ones that were aimed at Neil's kit. The whole dvd and cd was done pretty last minute with very little planning.
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Here is some new information on the DVD (scroll down to the second article):http://www.fohonline.com/issue/?di=0...rodprofile.txt
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Great article, Lateralus! Based on that, it sure looks like this will be an anamorphic release!!!
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More News:

The R30 HiĖDef DVD will be released the second or third week in November and will contain the complete show. He knew nothing about any other material that may be on the disc.
Peartís DVD An Anatomy of a Drum Solo is expected to be released in either December or January, and was filmed in the Catskills with 5 cameras.
Peartís new book should also be out in January.
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Old 09-19-05, 07:51 PM
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Sweet Sassy Molassy!

Rock Group Rush Set For DVD Release and New Album

September 19, 2005 4:01 a.m. EST


Douglas Maher - All Headline News Staff Reporter

Toronto, Canada (AHN) - Rush fans are rejoicing after a lull in action from the band in 2005, taking nearly a year off to focus on guitarist Alex Lifeson's trial in Naples, Florida and work on a plethora of upcoming DVD projects for the end of 2005 and throughout 2006.

"R:30-Rush Live In Frankfurt," is to be released on November 15. The DVD set will feature a full performance of the German show during the band's 30th Anniversary Tour in 2004. It will also feature a full length documentary on the history of Rush that has a running time of just over one hour and exclusive lost live footage of the band from the early 1980s.

Drummer Neil Peart will release an instructional DVD titled "Anatomy of A Drum Solo" to be released through Hudson Music on December 13. The DVD will contain over two hours of Peart playing through numerous versions of drum solos he has performed for the better part of thirty years.

Rush plans to begin reissuing their VHS catalog on DVD with the 1981 concert film Exit Stage Left..., 1984's Grace Under Pressure Tour, and a performance recorded in 1988, A Show of Hands. The DVD's will be offered in a special box set and then individually.

If that was not enough news for Rush fans, the band has reportedly begun the process of pre-production and are in the early stages of writing for their new album which should be ready for release sometime in 2006 pending no delays.
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If that was not enough news for Rush fans, the band has reportedly begun the process of pre-production and are in the early stages of writing for their new album which should be ready for release sometime in 2006 pending no delays.
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R30 Live In Frankfurt: Filmed using 14 hi-definition cameras on September 24, 2004, R30 Live In Frankfurt is now scheduled for release in the US on November 22nd, 2005 (Nov. 28th in the UK). A 2 DVD set, the first disk contains the Frankfurt concert, with interviews, rare and classic footage from the late seventies to the Tsunami relief benefit concert in 2005 on the other. The Deluxe Edition also includes two audio CDs of the Frankfurt concert. Unfortunatly, eight tracks have seemingly been cut from the show for this release (Bravado, YYZ, The Trees, One Little Victory, Secret Touch, Red Sector A, La Villa Strangiato and By-Tor and the Snow Dog). - Oct. 7, 2005

Special Features
Limited edition Dunlop guitar picks while supplies last
Rush backstage passes
Interview with John Martin at the Ivor Wynne Stadium, 1977
In studio interview at Le Studio, Montreal during the recording of Signals, released 1982
Interview footage with all 3 band members, Artist of the Decade for the 1980's, 1991
Interview for the release of Vapor Trails, 2003
CBC/Juno Award piece at the bands induction into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, 1994

DVD Disc 1 - Tracklist:
1. R30 Overture (Finding My Way, Bastille Day, Anthem, A Passage to Bangkok, Cygnus, Hemispheres)
2. The Spirit of Radio
3. Force Ten
4. Animate
5. Subdivisions
6. Earthshine
7. Red Barchetta
8. Roll The Bones
9. The Seeker
10. Tom Sawyer
11. Dreamline
12. Between the Wheels
13. Mystic Rhythms
14. Der Trommler
15. Resist
16. Heart Full of Soul
17. 2112
18. Xanadu
19. Working Man
20. Summertime Blues
21. Crossroads
22. Limelight

DVD Disc 2 - Tracklist:
1. Fly By Night, Church Sessions Video 1975
2. Circumstances, Live in Studio 1978
3. La Villa Strangiato, Live in Studio 1978
4. Farewell to Kings, Live in Studio 1978
5. Xanadu, Live in Studio 1978
6. Various songs - soundcheck at Ivor Wynne Stadium 1980
7. Closer to the Heart, Compilation Video 1977-1977
8. Freewill, Performed at the Toronto Rocks/Stones Concert
9. Closer to the Heart, Tsunami Relief performance featuring Ed Robertson of the Barenaked Ladies and Bubbles of The Trailer Park Boys.



CD Disc 1 - Tracklist:
1. R30 Overture - Finding My Way, Bastille Day, Anthem, A Passage to Bangkok, Cygnus, Hemispheres)
2. The Spirit of Radio
3. Force Ten
4. Animate
5. Subdivisions
6. Earthshine
7. Red Barchetta
8. Roll The Bones
9. The Seeker
10. Tom Sawyer
11. Dreamline

CD Disc 2 - Tracklist:
1. Between the Wheels
2. Mystic Rhythms
3. Der Trommler
4. Resist
5. Heart Full of Soul
6. 2112
7. Xanadu
8. Working Man
9. Summertime Blues
10. Crossroads
11. Limelight

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Unfortunatly, eight tracks have seemingly been cut from the show for this release (Bravado, YYZ, The Trees, One Little Victory, Secret Touch, Red Sector A, La Villa Strangiato and By-Tor and the Snow Dog). - Oct. 7, 2005
So does that mean this isn't a "full performance?"
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If it's not a full show, I'm not buying that shit.
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yeah- I'll still buy it, but that's pretty disappointing if it's not a full show. I hope the mix on the CDs are better than the crappy sound mix from the Rush in Rio show...
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Oh yeah!

http://www.noblepr.co.uk/Press_Relea...y/rush_r30.htm
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Supposedly the reason why it isn't the full performance is because of flubs during the omitied songs. I would rather them cut the songs than overdub them in the studio.
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