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Some 25 years later things have come full circle with this amazing release. Why is it amazing? Well: -
1. The playing is incredible
2. They stick to the original versions both in style and timing
3. The choice of songs is first rate
4. You can tell that they really love this stuff!
5. At 30 minutes it doesn't overstay it's welcome
6. The artwork is a nod to those fabulous late 60's psychedelic posters
I can almost forgive Rush for all that stuff about Trees, and maybe my friend from all those years ago can finally appreciate what I was getting at when I played him "Crossroads".
Go buy this, it's great and you won't be disappointed whether you're a Rush fan or whether you just love that late 60's rock sound.
from the opening stomp of the blue cheer cover of summertime blues to the rather excellent closer of crossroads(listen to the 3rd guitar solo for the wonderful geddy lee bass counterpoint(beat that jack bruce )this album rocks.
the sound is clear,uncluttered and very powerful.even my wife (who is not a big fan of rush)said "this is very catchy "!!!
the songs stay true to their origins but have that distinctive rush sound.nice to hear untreated drums and alex releasing all those years of no solos on recent rush albums on this E.P.
this is a refreshing listen for all fans of real music - roll on the u.k. 2004 tour - i can,t wait.
These cover versions are Summertime Blues, Heart Full Of Soul, For what It's Worth, The Seeker, Mr. Soul, Seven And Seven Is, Shapes Of Things, and last but not least, Crossroads.
I personally like Rush's version of, The Seeker & Summer Time Blues.
Keep On Truckin' lads.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not usually a fan of cover albums - but, Rush = integrity so I took a punt. Worth every penny. Recommend.Published 12 months ago by Michael Phillips
I have been a Rush fan for many years now. The idea of Rush putting out a covers album seemed a little strange to me. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Simon65
I loved it the purchase price was great the delivery was good and fast the music is great to listen to and brings back good times.Published on 20 Jun. 2014 by George Inch
Can't believe how good this is, sounds like most tracks are first takes in the studio. Guitar work/sound is awesome! Read morePublished on 16 Jun. 2014 by Steve
A nicely produced album to coincide with their R30 tour. The songs are a collection that Alex and Geddy use to play as fourteen year olds down the local youth club, although Neil... Read morePublished on 22 Mar. 2014 by Mark Ian Gunnill
An example of how these tunes should be played with an obvious Rush taste to them, another masterclass in musicianship.Published on 20 Jan. 2014 by mr andrew brown
Anyone who has not heard this album is in for a treat. Songs that influenced Rush is their embryonic years. Great arrangements and superb playing and vocals as always. Read morePublished on 17 Oct. 2013 by Kenzo