You may be wondering how Rush feel about fans collecting bootleg recordings of their shows. I've collected some quotes from each of the guys about bootlegs Things get around very, very quickly, and where they're sourced is a mystery in many cases. There have always been a lot of Rush bootlegs around, and quite a few in Europe, I know that.
Band blogs (dvd, flac & mp3):
Rush Bootlegs. Rush in my High School Yearbook. Archives Tour. Hemispheres Tour of the Hemisphere. Tour of the Semispheres. Permanent Waves Tour. Pre-Moving Pictures Tour. Moving Pictures Tour. Stage Left. First Tour of the Naders.
April 2nd, 1994 - Nuts and Bolts (Madison)
Een reactie posten. But for the longest time the only version reasonably obtainable was the 70min production from Syrinx fan label. Even it was plagued with a myriad of problems, understandable for it was one of the first fan label CDR boots ever. At one point I even remastered and fixed up the Syrinx release to make it more listenable. But now we have the full show straight from the original master tapes. First off, for those of you that tend not to read the reviews and then ask questions answered in the reviews, there is a small cut in the dream sequence of Hemispheres and a verse is cut from Temples of Syrinx.