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All the World's a Stage

Rush

Type:
Live album
Release date:
September 29th, 1976
Catalog ID:
822 552-2 M-1
Label:
Mercury Records
Format:
CD
Reviews:
3 reviews (avg. 83%)
1. Bastille Day 04:57   Show lyrics
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2. Anthem 04:56   Show lyrics
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3. Fly by Night / In the Mood 05:03   Show lyrics
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4. Something for Nothing 04:02   Show lyrics
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5. Lakeside Park 05:04   Show lyrics
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6. 2112 15:45   Show lyrics
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7. By-Tor & the Snow Dog 11:57   Show lyrics
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8. In the End 07:13   Show lyrics
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9. Working Man / Finding My Way 14:56   Show lyrics
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Band members
Geddy Lee Vocals, Bass
Neil Peart Drums
Alex Lifeson Guitars
Miscellaneous staff
Ken Morris Mixing
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Ray Danniels Personal Manager
George Graves Mastering
Terry Brown Engineering
Hugh Syme Cover art
David Street Photography
Geddy Lee Vocals, Bass
Neil Peart Drums
Alex Lifeson Guitars
Ken Morris Mixing
Bob Ludwig Mastering
Ray Danniels Personal Manager
George Graves Mastering
Terry Brown Engineering
Hugh Syme Cover art
David Street Photography
Read A rushed Rush live album. 66% Warthur October 25th, 2011
Read The First Of Many Stellar... 93% MourningHall September 19th, 2007
Read A Concert I Would Pay to See 89% Metalich May 14th, 2007

"What You're Doing" was not on the original CD release.
This was due to time constraints
(CDs could only hold 75 minutes at the time),
but by the time the remasters came out,
CDs could hold up to 80 minutes of music.
So, "What You're Doing" was thus reappeared,
on the 1997 remastered version,
along with the post-show chatter and door closing.

Songs with "/" in the title indicate song medleys. Following along at the end of the last song the album closes with a bit of post-show chatter among the band members and the sound of a slamming of a door as they leave the venue. This section sounds like it was probably re-created in the studio rather than having been recorded at an actual live performance.

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Barcode: 0 422-822552-2 8

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