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  1. - I found some interviews online that I hope are new to the forum (Yes, I did a search first.) -The only interview I heard so far myself is Signals, but it was pretty good. -Enjoy! (Rush only) Permanent Waves 40th Anniversary https://www.inthestu...son-neil-peart/ A Farewell to Neil Peart https://www.inthestu...t-alex-lifeson/ Signals https://www.inthestu...d/rush-signals/ Moving Pictures https://www.inthestu...esonneil-peart/ Power Windows 35th Anniversary https://www.inthestu...e-alex-lifeson/ Echoes of Fallen Rockers (including NEP) https://www.inthestu...fallen-rockers/ (Interviews, live tracks, mixed stuff under the tag "Rush" that is not exclusively Rush) https://www.inthestudio.net/?s=Rush
  2. We all know about Dirk's solo record, My Favourite Headache, but I recently stumbled upon a CD called just My Headache. It had no tracklist on the back, just a note about Rush's induction into the RRHoF. Curiosity got the best of me, and I ended up buying it. I popped it into my stereo and found it to be an interview with Geddy (discussing MFH, of course). No idea who the interviewer is, though, nor the exact date of the recording. I was not able to find a lot of information about it on the net, though, except for this AllMusic entry. Does anyone know anything about this release?
  3. There's not that much new in this interview, but Geddy does talk beautifully and sadly a bit about the end of Rush. Nice video, too. https://torontosun.com/entertainment/music/i-miss-my-buddies-geddy-lee-reflects-on-rush-and-his-love-of-bass?fbclid=IwAR2Hjg3ROEb8KfiBxsI-M5NVeasryKKHGxPC7rJfnMc-2loEhcp_kkmqv7c
  4. The upcoming December 2018 issue of the UK's Classic Rock magazine contained a nice interview with Geddy. For more information, including links to the complete article transcription, please follow the link below. http://news.cygnus-x1.net/2018/11/geddy-lee-interviewed-in-december-issue.html Enjoy-
  5. I found this today. Apologies if it's a duplicate post. Blackadder! One of my favourites! http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=HohTwCHvMtk&NR=1
  6. http://www.kidsinterviewbands.com From Slayer to Imagine Dragons, this is among the greatest things on the Internet. Careful, it's addictive. Also, if you're a fan of the spice girls, there's an added bonus to watching these interviews.
  7. So I'm a junior in high school and I'm in the International Baccalaureate (IB) program. For the IB program (which lasts through both my junior and senior years), I have to write a four thousand word extended essay on a topic of my choice. I have chosen the topic of Rush's 2112, namely its lyrics and its mass cultural impact. Put (semi) simply, over the course of the next year (starting about now), I will be writing a four thousand word essay examining the lyrics and cultural impact of Rush's breakthrough album in order to explore the question of why 2112 had and has continued to have such a prominent cultural impact including its lasting and incredible effect on Rush's fanbase. At the present moment I have not begun writing yet, but I am gathering a list of sources which I may intend to cite in the paper. While I was talking with my school librarian earlier about finding good sources for such an essay, she suggested I try to find a way of setting up some kind of interview (anything from exchanging e-mails to meeting in person) with the man behind the lyrics, Neil Peart. I think this would be absolutely awesome, but I'm not sure how to make it happen. So I've come here to ask you all: what do you guys think of the idea of setting up some kind of interview with Neil where I can ask him questions about his lyrics on 2112 and his opinions about the reasons for the albums humongous and lasting popularity and impact? If I were to do this, what would be the best way to contact Neil and set this up? What kind of interview should it be? Email? Social media? In person? What do you guys want to know that I could ask Neil regarding the topics my essay will be covering (2112, lyrics, cultural impact, effect on fanbase, etc.)? Should I ask questions regarding anything other than my essay What other ideas/opinions do you guys have that might be useful? I'm asking the fan base's advice on this, so feel free to ask other Rush fans you know what they think. ...and go. :)
  8. Hey! My band kRUSH was interviewed on WVUD in Delaware. It was pretty cool. I guess we're getting some local popularity. Yay us! In case anyone is interested. We did an acoustic version of Closer To The Heart at the request of the interviewer. 6:30 am is not the best time for my voice. Haha. A lot of fun though. http://www.udel.edu/richard/TMR/tmr0012krushpod.mp3
  9. http://www.classicrockmagazine.com/features/lifeson-vapor-trails-is-an-important-record-our-return-after-a-horrible-nightmare/
  10. Hi all, I recorded Geddy's "Around the Basses" appearance on SiriusXM's Deep Tracks channel talking about bass players and baseball, and uploaded it to YouTube. Here it is: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eEOuGxMFs08 Enjoy!
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