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  • Birthday 03/31/1968

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    Austin, Texas

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  • Number of Rush Concerts Attended
    18
  • Last Rush Concert Attended
    San Antonio 2004
  • Favorite Rush Song
    Can't pick one.
  • Favorite Rush Album
    Grace Under Pressure
  • Musical Instruments You Play
    Guitar

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  1. True, but you can also just go a to a simple YouTube downloader and save it if you'd like.
  2. Weird. I didn't set it to private. When I click the link here myself it plays fine but when I go to my channel it says I have no videos uploaded. I'll try again later today.
  3. Here you go. I got a warning that it has copyrighted material, so it might not stay up long. Geddy Lee History of Rush 2009 - YouTube
  4. Found it. I hope that was the hard part. It's 144MB, if it was smaller I'd just email it to you but I'll figure something out.
  5. I'd be happy to try, I have an old Rush rarities youtube channel that I haven't uploaded anything to in many years, but VH1 stuff seems to get blocked immediately. I'll try it later today and send you a link if it works, if it doesn't work I'll try to get it to you directly somehow. I've got to find it first but that shouldn't be too hard. I've got whole hard drives full of just Rush stuff. Bear with me and I'll update you soon.
  6. I've got it. There was the one I think you're talking about where it's just Geddy mostly talking about their videos and there's another VH1 special that had both Alex and Geddy on it talking a bit about their history, short clips just bookending videos. Can't remember what that was for (maybe around R30?) but they both aired on VH1 in the 2000s.
  7. Well I agree with that too, I'm not arguing that we now know they definitely won't do one, it's still very possible they will. My point is that after the previous 4 in a row leading up to their biggest album, anyone with common sense a year would have said "Well of course they're going to do one for MP, it's the most obvious one, continuing after that is a crapshoot though." Simply put, a year ago I would have said 100% yes it's coming, but now all the clues (in my opinion) have changed that to 30% they will, and 70% they won't. It just doesn't look good. In addition to my list above I left out the new art book that someone else pointed out above comes out in August with "the" 40th anniversary editions included. Not "the current ones", or "the 40th anniversary editions up to this point" but simply "the 40th anniversary editions". Sounds like they're over. And on top of that, Alex did that hour long interview a few weeks ago and didn't any make mention of it, and in previous years even though they may not have been officially announced until close to release there was still usually acknowledgement of them earlier, whether Andy Curran mentioned something or like with Permanent Waves where they promo'd it at the cinema event about 8 months before it was released. There's not even been any reference to one this time. We'll see, it's still possible and I'm keeping my fingers crossed, but at this point I'll be happily surprised to see it. I mean, I'm still not buying it. It was an altogether bad year last year and it's very likely that the pandemic and Neil's death both took a toll on the release schedule for this latest 40th box, which is why Alex wouldn't be mentioning it in any interviews. I actually wouldn't be surprised if it came out a year late, but I'd be very surprised if it just didn't come out. I certainly hope you're right
  8. Well I agree with that too, I'm not arguing that we now know they definitely won't do one, it's still very possible they will. My point is that after the previous 4 in a row leading up to their biggest album, anyone with common sense a year would have said "Well of course they're going to do one for MP, it's the most obvious one, continuing after that is a crapshoot though." Simply put, a year ago I would have said 100% yes it's coming, but now all the clues (in my opinion) have changed that to 30% they will, and 70% they won't. It just doesn't look good. In addition to my list above I left out the new art book that someone else pointed out above comes out in August with "the" 40th anniversary editions included. Not "the current ones", or "the 40th anniversary editions up to this point" but simply "the 40th anniversary editions". Sounds like they're over. And on top of that, Alex did that hour long interview a few weeks ago and didn't any make mention of it, and in previous years even though they may not have been officially announced until close to release there was still usually acknowledgement of them earlier, whether Andy Curran mentioned something or like with Permanent Waves where they promo'd it at the cinema event about 8 months before it was released. There's not even been any reference to one this time. We'll see, it's still possible and I'm keeping my fingers crossed, but at this point I'll be happily surprised to see it.
  9. Agreed. I hate that but that's my suspicion too.
  10. Yeah, I want them to continue these box sets (and any other archive releases) so much but I'm only becoming more pessimistic with every bit of news. Any one of these individually might not be a big deal but it's been one bad sign after another since the previous sets. 1. Andy Curran was very involved with them but he left last year. 2. The official Rush store has already done a promotion for MP's 40th anniversary with nothing new of consequence. 3. Ed Stenger, who runs the Rush Blog news site, has indicated more than once now that it doesn't look like it will happen. 4. Alex himself recently said that there was a special edition of Victor being prepared for release this year with extra tracks similar to Geddy's album but that it had been cancelled. (I realize Moving Pictures is on a different level but still, this is confirmation of at least one product in the pipeline that we KNOW has been cancelled, so something has changed.) 5. Add to that the general chaos of the virus shutdowns and Neil's death in the past year and it just seems like there's no momentum or energy towards these things now. I sure hope to hell I'm wrong about my gut feeling, but I just don't want to get my hopes up and be even more disappointed. The general "don't worry, it's coming" comments without any info don't help at all. There was a conversation here probably 15 years ago where someone kept arguing that he just knew that full length complete releases of the three 1980s concert videos were coming as soon as bluray technology was available and that I was basically an ill-informed idiot for saying I didn't think we'd ever see any more footage from those. Well, I'm still waiting.
  11. Wow! I've got it now, I don't know why I had such a problem. I searched Peart and master class and everything I could think of on their channel and even the preview page was gone. Anyway, I can't thank you enough!
  12. Preview - https://vidmoon.co/video/cxDYZEDI9xD
  13. Does anyone know what happened to the Peart master class that was offered by The Drum Channel a few years ago? I'd be happy to buy it but it's completely gone from the DC website and I can't find it anywhere, anyone know where I can find it these days?
  14. That's actually from my channel, I comped all those together from old VHS tapes. I'll get around to doing a new version with more footage added and without the watermark someday. My whole chgannel is almost exclusively Rush vids that aren't anywhere else, but several have been pulled since I put the bulk up years ago. There are probably still 60-70 or so up. And yes, a bit of it is GUP era. I've also got a much longer GUP interview with Geddy on there, I edited it together from all the different segments that appeared separately.And yes, Andy Richards played some on PW. Not sure what's hilariously bad but glad you guys enjoy!
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