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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    33
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    Concord 2011
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Permanent Waves
  • Best Rush Experience
    COWPalace SF 1980 TMT tour opener r30 pit AAA in 2007 with- ScreamMan, Digital Man, LifesonisGOD RTFrs Meeting Ray Daniels with Rolinda "ON the road again" 2007 SnA r30 in SF with my flute student Meg !
  • Other Favorite Bands
    Genesis, Yes, Beethoven, Faure, THE POLICE
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Bachelors in Music-
  1. Rushhead666 you are entertainment no doubt. Would love to hear your review every week to see how your mind warp changes. Every time I hear a new Rush album (since PWvs and MP love at first time) Im like hmmmm then later totally love. It reminds me of a lot of music so I am not ready to judge. The Garden is soooo - Lamb Lies Down from Genesis for me with piano etc. I am happy girl about that ! I am going to Vegas for sure. Peace Out. Rush on.
  2. Hey Yeah I heard it bunches for like a week then took a week off and love it more. I really appreciate the bands efforts thanks rush forum
  3. QUOTE (SCREAM @ Jun 17 2007, 08:30 PM) I'll share a couple old-school memories. In the late 70's tours, I can remember magical moments during the Extended intro to Xanadu, where the stage was bathed in "soft" purple lights, as fog/smoke curled knee-high from the amp area to the front of the stage and into the first few rows, as the ENTIRE arena was aglow with thousands of lighters being held up. Pure magic! Also back in those days, the flashpot explosions simultaneous with EXTREMELY BRIGHT 747 landing lights lighting the entire crowd up. (It was a new thing back then) Give ya chills man! that's my favorite story of yours. Remember the video I took of us back stage Radio City friggin best time ever "yeah the dryers!" yo and those silly jersey guys pretending to be security. Those burgers were cool. I remember the disco ball at the Cow Palace during bytor - PW tour. Haha weirdness but it worked
  4. QUOTE (daveyt @ Aug 30 2010, 09:30 PM) she's not going anywhere! i just talked with her a little while ago. she's been having a rough time and really needs our support right now. handles! Thanks daveyt no hard feelings and it was all in fun...just kinda not being in the mood these days for forums I have to go to court and need to be serious
  5. QUOTE (Rushman14 @ Aug 30 2010, 03:16 PM) QUOTE (flybynightgirl @ Aug 30 2010, 01:11 PM) QUOTE (Riv @ Jul 25 2007, 04:42 PM) QUOTE (daveyt @ Jul 25 2007, 02:32 PM) QUOTE (spirit of radio @ Jul 24 2007, 12:24 PM) Come on Davey....we all want to know if you scored with the chick although i was wondering about her because she's a native californian so when she was doing her hair in the car i spied her to see if she had hairy armpits. Too bad Daveyt didn't get a good picture to share a good memory on this one. Have a good one you guys. I am leaving this fn forum. why are you leaving Liz? I am leaving. Just not my cup of tea. Enough this and that ... over the years. but I will consider you a friend
  6. QUOTE (Riv @ Jul 25 2007, 04:42 PM) QUOTE (daveyt @ Jul 25 2007, 02:32 PM) QUOTE (spirit of radio @ Jul 24 2007, 12:24 PM) Come on Davey....we all want to know if you scored with the chick although i was wondering about her because she's a native californian so when she was doing her hair in the car i spied her to see if she had hairy armpits. Too bad Daveyt didn't get a good picture to share a good memory on this one. Have a good one you guys. I am leaving this fn forum.
  7. QUOTE (daveyt @ Aug 11 2010, 08:44 AM) QUOTE (Mr. Krinkle @ Aug 10 2010, 09:38 PM) I like Moosehead. On ice!! http://www.youtube.com/v/SPzVT1nmbzc&hl=en_US&fs=1 awesome! u couldn't ask for a better shot! u the man PM me ur address Bet that was a nice birthday treat for you Pretty girl
  8. Well lots of good advice trf I grew up in photography and learned a lot shooting concerst last 20 yrs. This is no longer a slide film concert industry where Ectachrome I use to shoot 400 and push the film to 800/1600 but here is my take...practice using features and Read the manual and learn how the camera focuses Most cameras have 1. Metering for your subject hence what our pro was saying about the subject washed out. You can set the camera for different metering mode ie spot center and multiple. I turn off the illuminator to not bring attention to myself while the camera is too busy finding subject in low light. Compensation can work in manual modes to stop down one or more. I don't this cause a ... what is I don't want it anymore. 2. Focusing for P and S is monitor or single shot. If you set for single than if the subject moves when you half press you are out of luck with that shot. 3. TO NOT shoot 400 pass that and you get YUKKO and don't even try to enlarge but if you want grain it is ok for B&W 4. NO FLASH wastes your battery and talk about washed out and the boys don't want you to see their zits either. Takes out the light show effects. 5. Get a camera with a fast lens I use Sony cause they have little guys with fast lenses when I don't get the readings I shoot a video instead. 6. The more you zoom the lesser the quality but I try anways. 7. Steady shot and motion setting are YES 8. Hold you arm steady and wait for better lighting shots. 9. HOld you breath and pray 10. Like once said enjoy the show first and foremost
  9. QUOTE (losingit2k @ Jul 1 2010, 12:56 PM) Well the second show is tonight! Any idea if they'd change the set list a bit? I think we are stuck with the current set list for the entire tour! Not that I mind it! I like the set list! I just wish like everyonme else that they would find a place for Jacobs Ladder! well maybe perhaps maybe perhaps they might perhaps maybe I was at the opener...setlist seemed perfect
  10. QUOTE (psionic11 @ Jun 7 2010, 09:35 PM) These are still sounding good to my ears. Even the production or sound quality is growing on me. Tight. Caravan: That little vocal bit from 2:30 to 2:50 is definitely out there, harsh, avant-garde even. Gonna be a bitch for Geddy to sing and play live. Glad they limited this "stretching the limits" to 20 seconds, then went right back to melodic stuff. Geddy bass rocks in this tune, esp during the instrumental section. BU2B: More catchy, definitely. Hardcore beginning, with the fake audience/crowd roars. Best $2 I ever spent. Totally Agree
  11. QUOTE (Rushman14 @ Apr 14 2010, 11:58 AM) The solo section of the Trees gets me everytime, makes the hair stand up on the back of my neck. I agree. The Trees solo with the visuals makes it an overall masterpiece composition.
  12. QUOTE (Andrew1 @ Apr 26 2010, 06:26 PM) Time Machine.....First stop, 1974. Working Man. Yes or perhaps two from the first album
  13. QUOTE (Solitudeix @ Apr 26 2010, 06:55 PM) If they opened with Fly by Night I would possibly fall to the ground in a convulsion. I think it will be TSOR.
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