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To walk the caves of ice. Oh, I will dine on honeydew and drink the milk of Paradise. Oh, Paradise. The lyrics, in past perfect then past tense, initially provide an unsettled tone, evoking mystery, immortality, and the pursuit of paradise. Verse 2, in present infinitives and future tense, then gives a sense of being frozen in time in Xanadu.
In this section, the tonal centre shifts to D, but without a voiced third in the tonic chord. The band makes prominent use of a Bb major chord, based on the flattened sixth scale degree within D. As with the pitch B in the earlier, positive-sounding vocal exposition, Lee and Lifeson sound the pitch D in every chord in this section.
The lyrics of Chorus 1 i. On the other hand, the printed lyrics and published transcriptions exclude this. However, Lee now counters it with a very obtrusive synthesizer sound on a series of octave descents on the pitch E. His use of syncopated rhythms, bent pitches via whammy bar , and frantic chromatic outbursts underscore this.
As at , the band uses an unsettled Phrygian F major to approach E major The protagonist now obsesses about leaving Xanadu, but he can do nothing except exist in a state of normlessness, existing outside of even the most basic social context until the end of time. The band also reprises the E mixolydian third introductory section, but slows it progressively down. In University of Toronto astrophysicist Tom Bolton assembled solid evidence reported in Nature, February and in Nature Physical Science, December that an X-ray source in the constellation Cygnus—Cygnus X-1—indicated the presence of a black hole.
Until that time, black holes existed only theoretically. The mysterious, bell-like sounds continue at , but now voicing an open fifth E and B in order to inscribe this change. Geddy Lee enters on bass guitar at with a repeated, ascending pattern. By fading this in, the recording suggests something approaching from a vast distance.
See Table 3. Peart intersperses these with elaborate drum fills. The second time through, the three-part cycle bypasses an A-based pivot chord and goes directly from C major to C minor. The tempo outlines dotted quarter-notes per minute, with eighth-notes consequently moving at beats per minute.
This brief section explores harmonic cross relations involving G-natural and G. However, the band aborts this after only two times through the pattern. They escape from it through a series of relatively slow, ascending, unison semitones Rush, as with most progressive-oriented rock bands, wrote large-scale music precisely by assembling such smaller sections. G cross relation inherent to C minor and E minor, and, involving the same pitches, the harsh juxtaposition of adjacent G major and G major chords.
It also moves from C minor to F major, inscribing a harsh-sounding tritone see Example 3. Geddy Lee finally sings at , or about halfway through the ten-and-a-half minute song , and we begin to identify with the protagonist: an astronaut-scientist. The vocal music initially reprises gestures from the preceding instrumental music. This includes a simple melody over the pitches A and C, sung using a mysterious, studio-effected vocal quality.
The earlier three-part section, with a sung text now added to its previous complexities , then presents the central ambivalence of this song. Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick featured just such a portal in the closing sections of the science-fiction film A Space Odyssey. Apparently, the black hole will provide access to another dimension. He thus undertakes a kind of calculated risk see Example 3.
My ship cannot resist her long. Nearer to my deadly goal, until the black hole gains control. They also set this to the earlier, instrumental, multiple semitone ascent see the end of Example 3. Further instrumental complexities follow to drive this point home at However, this time it ends in C major and alternates with brief vocal utterances on the same music.
Lee sings extremely high pitches in this section, reaching up to the A above the treble clef. This chord progression fades out as it repeats, thus implying that the black hole and the former astronaut continue to exist. Then, around , the band firmly established a hybrid that combined its propensity for complex time signatures, large-scale form, science-fiction, and hard rock. Goodman New York: Random House, inspired him to make these types of connections.
E maj alt. E maj w. So as not to privilege either god ideologically, Rush gives both sides exactly the same music. The proceeding harmony moves chromatically through a series of weak first inversion chords on the words about Reason and Love competing. D major end up functioning as the subtonic of E mixolydian. The pattern cadences on E major, but additional solutions demonstrate its incompleteness see also Table 3.
Apollo mentions truth, understanding, wit, wisdom, precious gifts, awareness, food, shelter, fire, grace, and comfort. Dionysus later, to the same music mentions love, solace, feelings, laughter, music, joy, tears, and a soothing of fears. This invokes the values of the lates counterculture, especially hippies. In both cases, the people wonder what they lost by completely abandoning the other side, and Rush thereby voices its ambivalence about the teleological validity of both solutions.
This section inscribes human chaos about how best to run society. To musically parallel this ideological contrast, the band features highly tonal V-I cadential motions. He explains that he spiralled, with his ship the Rocinante, into the timeless space of the black hole Cygnus X-1 and did not die. At that point, the band reprises the multiple semitone, unison ascent ending on C minor that it featured both instrumentally and vocally as the black hole takes control in the earlier work.
On this song, Lee plays his Rickenbacker bass. On tour in the late s, he normally ran his basses through an Ampeg amplifier and cabinets with new JBL speakers. He ran his doubleneck Rickenbacker basses through a Fender Twin Reverb amplifier. Live shows included the Oberheim as well as the Moog Taurus pedals and Minimoog synthesizer Lee began to play in The texture remains quite thin and the tempo slow, featuring an uncharacteristic rubato.
Studio techniques, especially echo, also participate. The music then explodes into a reprise of earlier music, and Lee sings very high notes again. This time the band switches these segments at and This suggests the inevitability of ideological battles—but also that true individuals still have to find their own way. An extended chord on that pitch also earlier interrupted the Apollo and Dionysus sections. It ends on a long-deferred A major cadence a tonality rarely used earlier. However, the other statements of this cadential figure move to a tonal centre other than A major see Table 3.
It has no distorted electric guitar, no bass guitar, and no drums. It provide a safe, normative folk-rock sound, something like Harry Chapin or James Taylor. Despite difficult, controversial decisions, Trudeau maintained his federalist vision for a strong, officially bilingual, individualism-enabling, and multicultural Canada. Trudeau persevered under adversity and often publicly demonstrated his eccentric personal views and conflicted ideology, and millions of people born in the first three decades after World War II including non-Canadians saw Trudeau as a flawed but necessary hero during a difficult cultural moment.
Middleton goes on to demonstrate that the political, U. Rush does something similar, but it first equates two ostensibly different frames as inadequate and then adds an additional frame that itself becomes the reconciliation.
Originally presented in and published in Press, , 7. These artists had relatively modest levels of success, if any, in the United States. Many of them became expatriates. Opening acts for Rush in the lates included U. He also mentions some of his favourite classical guitarists and lutenists: Segovia, Williams, Bream, de Lucia, Parkening, Boyd, and Montoya. In the early s, Lifeson took classical guitar lessons with former Eli Kassner student Elliot Goldner.
Thanks to Jay Hodgson for this information. Jarringly, though, the following section B presents a number of extreme tonal and metrical shifts. As Lee begins singing Verse 2 about the Oaks being too lofty, , he switches to his piercing countertenor voice—an octave and a half above the range in which he has just been singing.
Agitated, highly syncopated note entries remove all traces of the much more pastoral tone presented in the A section, thus providing an urgency not dissipated until the very end of the song see Example 3. This music outlines A major, but also contains a series of adjacent major chords. This parallels the ongoing differentiation between the neighbouring Maples and Oaks, but in a heightened, argumentative sense that temporarily displaces their original identities D major and B minor.
Lifeson and Peart respectively play quiet, angular, electric guitar figurations and rhythmic, wood block drum sounds. These evoke hammering woodpeckers, which prove insufficient for the task of equalizing the two groups of trees. One could thus interpret the eventual narrative solution of this song—legislated equality—as critical of Canadian Content regulations as a variant of affirmative action.
It provides aural and intellectual 77 Despite its importance to the meaning of the song, Rush Complete—Vol. I was working on an entirely different thing when I saw a cartoon picture of these trees carrying on like fools. A very simple statement. As a teenager in the late s, Geddy Lee first played guitar and then bass guitar.
All three band members repeatedly demonstrated their interest in devising elaborate instrumental sections, and drummer Neil Peart and guitarist Alex Lifeson do not really sing. In other songs, generally only Lee plays pedals. Broken D diminished chords, slightly elaborated the third time, resolve on strummed E chords Each of the separate musical themes is based on individual dreams.
He follows this with an extremely fast, flamenco-like passage, descending from the pitch E above middle C down almost two octaves to the root of an F major chord This features much more clearly delineated sections, involving gentle syncopations alternating with frenetic descents. However, section 4 suddenly aborts this.
It also alternates the pitch level between A major and its flat-6 F major. This eventually got Rush in some legal trouble, but the parties resolved it out of court. For example, one such cartoon uses this music with its characteristic tritone, see Example 3.
This provides an unsettling effect, as in the most intense phase of R. These alternate with A minor chords, but retaining the added Ds. The physical effects of R. It then descends in its second measure. These 93 During R. The section continues with highly syncopated open chords that chromatically descend by an octave A to A over two measures.
However, the band first works through some additional material and reprises. Here, the band plays quite chromatically. The work ends abruptly on a staccato C major chord, as though suddenly awakening from a dream. In the following pages of his chapter on James Brown, Brackett also discusses U.
In its newly composed music, the band completely abandoned its interest in extended composition by See also Appendix A. I can write lots of songs on a synthesizer. I can zone in on the sound that I want and make it speak for the mood I want to create. MIDI keyboard controllers. Like the woman, he shows no fear at the impending second wave of the storm, and in the distant right still-standing business signs show the names Lee, Peart, and Lifeson.
The Tribune forced Rush to blank out the headline, but non-U. LPs retained it. The band recorded the album in the summer of at Le Studio near Morin Heights, Quebec, co-producing it with long-term colleague Terry Brown and recording it with engineer Paul Northfield.
Without wishing to sound rude, bands like REO Speedwagon. Neil Peart later said: I always make the tapes that they play when people are coming in or between sets and so on. In the late seventies while touring England, I was adding in some of the music that was starting to happen at the time. Here was another band. There was no reason.
Not them, too!! Suddenly, we were daring to break away and join up with these infidels. This represented the antithesis of progressive rock. However, within a few years, certain post-punk, pop-punk, and new wave musicians demonstrated that they were also capable of constructing and playing structurally and rhythmically complicated music.
Fripp and Eno also worked together in the s. However, it represented one of the more fruitful directions for post-progressive artists of the s, including Peter Gabriel and Rush. Geddy Lee said in We lose some [fans] as we move on, yet we gain new ones with each development. But there has always been a solid core of fans who remain through the changes. We still believe in the same things now as we did back at the beginning, except our abilities as musicians and our influences have moved on.
The Police are a good illustration of that. Such elements include unison vs. This includes its main, circular energy riff and its repeated, syncopated, semi- chromatic, unison ascent The rhythmic anticipations provide a lilting joy, as though driving while listening to the radio is a ritual to be savoured see Example 4.
Example 4. After a repeat of the synth-laden chorus , a middle section seems to remind the listener that this really still is Rush. None of this music sounds much like the early s, and the band could have ended the song after it. However, Rush wished to further its point about not compromising its integrity despite exploring certain new approaches. Nearing the end of the song, the band twice inserts at and reggae-styled variants of its diatonic E major verse material.
The song ends with a piano-accompanied version of the ascent, a final reprise of the energy riff see Example 4. Lifeson often used Hiwatt amplification equipment along with others from to Neil Peart around this time merged some of his Slingerland drums with a new Tama Superstar set.
By comparison, in the early s the pop-oriented music of former progressive rock bands such as Yes and Genesis only occasionally suggested progressive rock. Head lowered, torso centred, feet kicking, his hands glancing over the drums, Neil played all afternoon.
His touch was soft when it had to be, but propulsive, too, like a distance runner tugging the flow of blood to his heart. The African hat and marathon images fit with Peart having bicycled in west Africa and having written a book The Masked Rider, about his experiences there. The band specifically excludes the rhythmic highlight after the last line, meaning that free will inscribes the only valid path for individualists.
After the final chorus , Lifeson restates the opening F lydian gesture In , the Recording Industry Association of America certified it as quadruple platinum: four million copies sold in the United States. The RIAA had earlier certified the album gold and platinum in and double platinum in Permanent Waves , like A Farewell to Kings and Hemispheres , concludes with a moderate-length extended work.
However, Peart abandoned this when Rush began to move into a more succinct songwriting mode at the very end of the s and into the s. He used it prominently from to , especially on Moving Pictures After a modified, instrumental version of the verse , a bridge more definitively establishes E minor. This reduces the earlier chord progression to four measures by increasing its harmonic rhythm. A reprise of the synthesizer filter sweeps also suggests this. A new version of the vocal introduction follows However, it seems more likely that Rush wishes to acknowledge its expanding musical influences and audience.
The solo ends with Lifeson re-joining the pattern in a Rush-characteristic virtuosic unison , see Example 4. To get back to the earlier music, the band restates its earlier eight-measure, four-chord, 22 See Carol Selby Price and Robert M. Finally, Verse 2 , see Example 4. Ironically, the remix extends the original by two minutes vs. The song also appears on Arena Rock, Vol. The Rush references contrast the double-time ska-like tempo and backbeat lightheartedness e.
See Richard S. Neil Peart first sounds this pattern on the crotale of his ride cymbal The band then transforms this musically Lifeson plays low Cs and lower F s on the if they can get away with it. See Middleton, Studying Popular Music, Canadian airports use identifiers based on weather transmitter codes, not on city names.
Press, , 9. A final virtuosic pairing of bass and drums leads into a brief Morse Code tritone coda Exotic destinations, painful partings, happy landings, that sort of thing. In his lyrics, Peart outlines a quite personal perspective and admits to a certain degree of discomfort about public life, which would have included constant autograph-seekers and a continual lack of personal space see Table 4.
The music then ends on a melodic descent to B, which the band earlier anticipated as a possible resolution to the pervasive tritone. Verse 2 Cast in this unlikely role, ill-equipped to act, with insufficient tact, one must put up barriers to keep oneself intact.
Chorus Living in the limelight, the universal dream for those who wish to seem. Those who wish to be must put aside the alienation, get on with the fascination, the real relation, the underlying theme. Verse 3 Living in a fisheye lens, caught in the camera eye, I have no heart to lie. Chorus Solo Chorus Several earlier Rush songs provide precedents for these lyrics. In , Robin Tolleson of the magazine Bass Player introduced jazz drummer e.
I get an emotional feeling from it. I like the bass playing and the bass sound. So for us to be into seven is the most natural thing in the world. He can make it seem so smooth. But it depends on how familiar you are with that particular feel and how much you thought out the music. Influenced by the early 20th-century U. After opening city sounds i. I feel the wrench of hard realities. The focus is sharp in the city. The high school production of The Crucible in which I played Reverend Parris used this song as part of its intermission music, but English teacher John Harder did not have a problem with that, as he reminded me when I chatted with him twenty years later.
Additionally, the lyrics seem to favour renewal, and the song feels like the band wrote and recorded it very quickly. Stage Left, late appeared before the band completed any new studio material. Rush often incorporated the technical mastery, virtuosity, formal constructedness, and metrical complexities of progressive rock. Around , the band also gradually began to modify and extend its techniques to incorporate synthesizers and related performance technology.
Innovation [involves] extending the scope of techniques successful in one area into new areas. Lee took piano lessons as well as singing as a choral boy soprano as a child in Toronto, received informal keyboard instruction for A Farewell to Kings , and resumed piano lessons in the mids. He does not play bass guitar at all during the song. Northfield contributed to a number of Rush and Rush-related projects from to Lee also used a U.
Until , he mainly used Wal basses, sometimes including one with a 5th string tuned to a low B. See Tolleson, Bass Player, Nov. By , he used a pair of bass pedal units, two off-stage Emulator II sampling keyboards, and a digital sequencer. In , he often used Telecasters with some acoustic guitars, especially Ovation Adamas and Dean Markley amps sometimes combined with Marshall or others.
In , he mainly moved to Canadian- made Signature Artists guitars and to Gallien-Krueger solid-state non-tube pre-amps and amps. On tour he combined his Tama Artstar prototype drums plus Avedis Zildjian cymbals, etc. In this period, Peart and his drum technicians began to place his drums on a rotating platform so he could face forward in any of several configurations.
He used similar platform technology for his drum solo. He also used dedicated Akai sampling modules and various additional electronic triggers. See also the Rush Backstage Club newsletter, March In , Peart replaced his central red Tama set with a white custom Ludwig Super Classic set, with the bass drum heads featuring graphics from the cover of Hold Your Fire The pristine lawn reflects a well-maintained suburban yard.
The band again recorded the album at Le Studio in Quebec, co-producing it with Terry Brown and recording it with engineer Paul Northfield. Although continuing to explore music technology, the band successfully redressed that balance between and I still want to write about ideals.
This slows to cut-time for the chorus and solo sections. Lee reports that he wrote this song on keyboards. The verses use power chords with virtuosic drums and bass and suggest that the central character functions as a futuristic information collector. The brief chorus section uses a prominent synthesizer part: a thumpy, mechanical, bass guitar replacement.
President Franklin D. It appears sixth second on the second half of Signals and begins with a simple, diatonic, synth-pop synthesizer pattern. The timbre changes i. Not pain or failure, not fatal tragedy? Not the faulty units in this mad machinery?
Not the broken contacts in emotional chemistry? Lee wrote this song on keyboards, and he used an electronic arpeggiator for some of its hypnotic synthesizer elements. Out of print. Ayn Rand similarly attended the Apollo 11 launch as a V. Hopefully, all of the other fruits would follow from that. And for us as a band, myself as a. Nevertheless, the song inscribes melancholy. Another shuttle mishap involved the explosion of Challenger shortly after its launch on January 28, Otherwise, from to NASA successfully completed shuttle missions.
At certain points among the audio samples of the narrative—i. The way we write, we have the lyric or an idea of what the song is going to be. That idea sets a mood. By changing the time signature you can change the whole effect of the song. Music must have been played at some point surrounding the launch, because we hear mission control and the astronauts Young and Crippen expressing their appreciation for it near the end of the song.
The band took three months to write the album and five months to record it, again at Le Studio in Quebec. Figure 4. The song and video update the context from the earlier days of the Cold War to the height of the conservative era Thatcher, Reagan, etc.
Peart had earlier rejected electronic drums as insufficiently visceral but by had changed his mind. Lee uses keyboards and bass pedals for that section. In addition to stressing the asymmetrical rhythms, the main hook also seems to wish to force D mixolydian F s but not C s even though the verses favour A minor and the chorus favours D dorian no accidentals. By avoiding the F s, the verses and the chorus suggest a comparatively pessimistic view concerning the survival both of nature and of human relationships in a complex world.
By choosing this title, Peart reasonably suggests that this parallels remembering a friend, and Lee reports that Peart completed the lyrics before any of the music was written which was quite unusual for Rush. In the late s, s, and early s, the band used a wide variety of technology on stage. The band members played, or at least triggered, virtually all keyboard and sequencer passages.
The band chose to recreate its studio creations through a meticulous, noticeable application of such technology. Later, the band concerned itself less with this disparity. In Lee included only two keyboards on stage, and he rarely played them. When the band played keyboard-heavy music from , it allowed off-stage computers and samplers to play most of those sounds.
Lee focused mainly on bass and vocals. Lifeson played guitar and occasionally sang, even though Lee sang nearly all of the vocal overdubs on the original recordings. He accomplished this mainly in his spare time at his home studio. He worked from basic early cassette demos of those songs made at Le Studio. Then I relearn it, or if it slides in nicely from one section to the next, we keep it. This originated in Peart reading the accounts of war survivors, but he frames the lyrics just generically enough that they can refer to the prisoners of any war and also to slavery.
Lee uses an electronic arpeggiator for some of the more hypnotic synthesizer elements. Thus, synthesized elements participate without pause. The tempo holds back slightly and the rhythms seem inspired by ska in the verses, with Lifeson providing slower off-beat chords. The song begins with the hard rock style, before establishing the ska verse. By comparison, the song ends with ska, but with hard rock rhythms and keyboards.
Rush often cited Weather Report as one of its many musical influences. The song implicates the semi- fictitious National Midnight Star, in turning people into what they believe trash? Ironically, the National Midnight Star, which for several years served as the premier Rush discussion group and related website , degenerated into just such tabloid-like trash by the late s.
These include heartbeats, rising sun, battle, passion, Mars, dancing shoes, the Soviet Union, heat, and pain. Those lyrics describe speeding through life, using the imagery of driving a fast car and the wheels of time. As a drummer, I find it satisfying to listen to. Peter Gabriel is another example of that. Consequently, his music is very influential to me, even though he uses a number of different drummers and sometimes just drum machines.
He has the ability to make it all have rhythmic integrity, which is difficult. Perhaps from the view of an outsider who judges only on the superficiality of technique, it might seem simpler. Power Windows, Starting with Power Windows, Rush achieved a renewed level of comfort in producing its music along with an outside co-producer. For its two albums, the band also recorded mainly in the U. Rush worked with U. The boy stares at us, as if to solicit our blessing for him to explore the brave new world adulthood?
On one of the television screens, a faint doppelganger of the same boy stares at us through binoculars, thus creating a triangle with his adolescent arms. The same image appears in its unobscured original on the back cover. The remote-controlled bedroom window, the televisions, the binoculars, the lightning flash, and the electrical outlet below the window all provide visual puns for the album title, which reflects various types of power and their sociological effects.
Lee bought a Wal Pro II bass. Chorus 2 features grand piano samples and synthesizer sounds programmed into a sequenced otherwise virtually unplayable montage of arpeggios. Brian Easlea quotes the U. A later instrumental section incorporates a string section along with extensive wordless vocals playing a vaguely Russian-sounding string arrangement by Anne Dudley of the U. As Geddy Lee explains: Everything in it is going through a synthesized something. We spent a day sampling African drums, tablas, roto-toms, and all kinds of bizarre sounds.
Images of water, reflection, and light and nature generally contrast with an elaborate mechanical toy, glowing spheres, a Claymation-like Godzilla, nautical-like portholes looking in on Rush, and a skeleton containing other beings. We suspend our disbelief, and we are not alone. Was it just imagination stringing us along? As with the aspects of power on Power Windows e.
The vaguely pentatonic guitar and keyboard melodies also suggest world music influences. The chorus features held synthesizer chords and bass pedals, but other sections feature dance-like rhythmic guitar gestures. The harmonies expand the fifth-pattern to additional notes, especially F. The bridge uses keyboards and fills in numerous chords and notes only implied earlier, continuing with F now major or minor but also adding D , C , and even E.
Look out to the form without form. Time stand still: see more of the people and the places that surround me now. Experience slips away. The innocence slips away. I suppose in a way that makes it attached to the lyrics. I think the solo in that song reflects that wailing loneliness.
Author unknown. Time will do its healing. The album credits Andrew Jackman with composing and conducting a brass arrangement. Right from its opening gestures and throughout its first minute, the song relies heavily on synthesizers and samples, even though the video shows only a single keyboard. Rational resistance to an unwise urge. Anything can happen. Lenses polarize. The video also inserts live concert footage for the very brief guitar solo and other instrumental sections.
Although he could have achieved such low notes on a synthesizer, he wished to privileged his traditional instrument. The band again recorded with co-producer Collins. Such an attitude could hardly be further from the counterculture. The active bass part continues throughout the verses, but the vocal melody establishes quite different rhythmic syncopations and other patterns. Lee explains that it took him a long time to learn to play and sing this song simultaneously.
Tolleson, Bass Player, Nov. We turn the page. The flute-like sounds at the very beginning of the song evoke the Asian Shakuhachi flute. The band also includes samples of Asian percussion instruments e. The song includes a substantial amount of synthesizers and sampled sounds, including musical analogues for certain parts of the lyrics. Some of the keyboard parts use extensive flanging or a similar digital technique , where the timbre changes slightly on each subsequent note or chord.
This gives an eerie, exotic effect, but it is probably largely inaudible without headphones. Lyrically, the band addressed a wide spectrum of the human condition, including: pride, freedom, fame, self-doubt, war, ambition, conflict, originality, burning out, vulnerability, outside forces, and loneliness. However, from to , the band gradually decreased the sounds of music technology while applying related techniques within its songwriting and arranging.
Richard Nice London: Polity, , Some [fans] tolerate it. From to the band organized much of its new music around a combination of traditional rock instruments i. This included offstage samplers triggered from keyboards and pedals onstage. With a daughter born in , Lee drove home most nights in In the mids, Rush generally wrote new material while on tour. Also, starting in , Peart word- processed his lyrics on a personal computer.
By , Lee and Lifeson did their songwriting jamming onto ProTools professional hard disk recording software. All three programs ran on Macintosh computers. The luxury that gives us is that if Alex and I get an idea for a song, we can play it straight into our computer. From there, I can play with that arrangement and kind of assemble the song. It gives you a little bit more objectivity instantly. At that point, the band and its co-producer and engineer spent about eight to ten additional weeks further refining the material and recording the eventual album.
In reality, Presto accomplished the most significant change along these lines, and the subsequent four studio albums reinforced it. In , he mainly reverted to a classic tube-based setup without active pickups. In , he switched from Wal basses which he mainly used from to and resurrected the Fender Jazz he had not used for recording since For the tour Lee reverted to playing an actual on-stage Minimoog and Moog Taurus pedals.
For his vocals, he used an AKG as well as older Neumann microphones. From to , Lifeson switched from Signature electric guitars which he mainly used from to and starting using Paul Reed Smith PRS guitars. However, he also used a number of secondary guitars, such as Fender Stratocasters and Telecasters and Gibson Les Pauls. Like Lee, he abandoned solid-state amplification in this period and reverted to warmer-sounding, tube-based amplifiers. Lifeson increased his use of Gibson Les Pauls in and also experimented with the mandola: a large, octave-low variant of the mandolin.
From to , he then endorsed and mainly used drums by the Drum Workshop. He continued to use Avedis Zildjian cymbals. See also William F. I think they deal with living. This album was a real reaction against technology in a sense. I was getting sick and tired of working with computers and synthesizers. Fortunately, so was [co-producer] Rupert [Hine]. We made a pact to stay away from strings, pianos, and organs—to stay away from digital technology.
Even the sequencing of these four tracks suggests a significant downplaying of audible music technology on the first two-thirds of the album. After fifteen years with Mercury, Rush switched to Atlantic in as of Presto and released five new studio albums and one live album from to The band tended to downplay the former after Lee plays bass for most of the song and lets sequencers or co-producer Rupert Hine or keyboard associate Jason Sniderman play most of the keyboard parts.
After recording mostly in the U. Most of these animals appear in the lower foreground, taking up nearly half of the cover. Lifeson, although his guitar participates through most of the song, does not play more than a few seconds of solo-like material, and the song also includes no asymmetrical time signatures. Example 5. That was about the hardest thing for me to find the right pattern for.
I wanted to maintain a groove and yet follow the bizarre syncopations that the guitar riff was leading into. It was demanding technically, but at the same time, because of that, we were determined that it should have a rhythmic groove under it. So it had to groove into the rest of the song and it had to have a pulse to it that was apart from what we were playing. I took a stance and a good attitude and developed it.
I find a trend for us since Grace under Pressure  has been cutting of abstractions. Peart couches the lyrics in courtroom imagery: due reflection, objections, judge, jury, evidence, order in the court, witness take the stand, Exhibit A, etc. He also somewhat relates these ideas to his recent travel experiences and to his family. Its music grows emotionally from texturally stripped-down and rhythmically methodical verses into more heavily orchestrated choruses, including background vocals and some keyboards.
This ultimately provides the positive suggestion that many young people feel this way but that very few take this final step. The music includes frantic-sounding accounts of nature and people i. One of my main hobbies is cycling, so air quality kind of becomes of critical importance.
Mack means that mature artists steal rather than imitate. The song is angry. Neil is basically a very ecology-minded person, and he wrote this song dealing with the destruction of our environment. So I wanted the music, and especially my solo, to reflect that anger. Alex did almost all the guitars in about eight days. Thus, became something of a banner year for Rush as rock instrumentalists.
In this case, a sequencer or MIDI pedals provide the bass part for much of the song. This began in with Peart in Modern Drummer, but it otherwise peaked in A brassy synthesizer part also appears in the chorus, but it follows the chords and rhythms already present in the guitar, bass, and drums, and some of the sampled material 27 The readers of Bass Player voted Geddy Lee its Best Rock Bassist at least six times including , and it inducted him into its Hall of Fame.
Lifeson achieved similar distinctions in Guitar Player and Guitar World. On Roll the Bones, Lee must have used a five-string bass for certain songs, with one string adding a fourth or fifth below the normal low E. Until the early s, Lee most often sang in a countertenor range against or above the guitars. Roll the Bones also inscribes a greater tonal area consistency than Presto In the interview, Lee indicates that a childhood injury to his right-middle finger caused the nail to grow back stronger.
In any case, Rush problematised the supposed differentiations between rock music guitar-based and pop music synthesizer- and drum machine-based and between body e. I tried a little bit on Presto. I wanted to get better at it, so I took a chance with this record. Johnson opened some Rush shows in the early s. The texturally homophonic B section includes loud, synthesized filter sweeps at the beginning of its phrases and a kind of call-and-response between the keyboard and guitar.
The texturally busier C section varies considerably in dynamics, adds a few extra beats from time to time, and also includes a brief guitar solo. And then so much of it is drawn from observing people around me too, so that becomes a factor in it too; how they responded to life, and how they take to it.
How they adapt to that innocence and experience thing. Similar music underlies the verses, then the chorus abandons the keyboards for a more hard rock sound. The bridge softens the texture considerably for introspective lyrics about the negatives and positives of being alone.
And the corners we turn and the places we go and the people we meet there. See William F. This recalls the integration of world music elements into western popular music in the s and early s by Peter Gabriel, Paul Simon, David Byrne, and others. Although Peart traveled in Africa and China mainly for reasons other than to experience non-western music, he sometimes performed informally with master drummers and other musicians.
The Africans who heard this found it pleasantly surprising that a white North American bicycling through their village could play the drums so well. The rest of the wall spells out the band name and the album name in contrasting colours and numbers.
In front, a boy Michael Vander Veldt; this information derived from Toronto music show The New Music, 11 November has just kicked the head of a skeleton along a sidewalk. The back cover includes three bones, presumably part of the same skeleton, flying through a window in a segment of the dice-wall from the front cover.
Peart suggests that the album art references European symbols and techniques: The cover art [of Roll the Bones] reflects a style of 17th-century Dutch painting called vanitas, in which symbols, such as the skull and also candles, books flowers, playing cards, etc.
Otherwise, the album also refers to African and African-American imagery to some extent. Originally it was a straight double-track. You went back and put on a third, slightly heavier track. Lifeson explains his technique in accomplishing this: [I synced the guitar delay to the tempo] originally, then Stephen [W.
The song seemed quite [the] same as we went through different sections—something was lacking. We wanted to get the first verse seesawing a little more. The chorus uses a sequence of rhyming words, some real and some related to real words: neurotica, exotica, erotica, hypnotica, psychotica, chaotica.
Get busy with the facts. No zodiacs or almanacs. No maniacs in polyester slacks. Just the facts. Gonna kick some gluteus max. You move around; the small gets big. You better run, homeboy. Spin the wheel.
If the dice are hot, take a shot. Play your cards. Lady Luck is golden. She favours the bold. Stop throwing stones. The night has a thousand saxophones. So get out there and rock and roll the bones. Get busy! All of this suggests that the band felt some ideological discomfort in referencing rap music in this way. There are certain elements of our sound that are kind of inimitable at this point. And it struck me that it must be a lot of fun to do that: all those internal rhymes and all that wordplay and everything.
Peart also explains that the band considered asking Canadian singer-songwriter-guitarist Robbie Robertson formerly of the Band or U. But we always allow for that moment to exorcise those demons, and when the moment comes, we let it rip. As a long-time baseball fan, Lee must have been thrilled. Rush stayed current largely by updating its pre-music-technology roots as a power trio.
Thus, many songs on Counterparts sound something like certain elements of early s hard alternative rock e. Rush earlier used brass and string sections within a few songs released on Power Windows and Hold Your Fire Lee also plays guitar and piano on certain songs.
Rather than just root the stuff, I wanted to help make the music move. In my formative years [ca ], I played a lot of funk-oriented stuff, but then we got into rock, with a straighter kind of a groove, and when we got into the more progressive stuff in the Seventies, there was no funk or groove at all. It was all math. The groove thing really appeals to us now. The marriage of rhythm and heavy rock is exciting to me; it makes it a little more seductive. You want to take the extremely difficult and make it look easy.
Members of these bands also sometimes mentioned Rush in interviews. I dressed it up in a lot of imagery from biblical things and Camille Paglia—a lot of primeval, mother-type images. The three faces thus complete the broken triangle, referring simultaneously to the band and to the album title.
These include the symbols for yin and yang, male and female, Adam and Eve, King and Queen face cards, sun and moon, and heads and tails of a Canadian quarter. But over the last seven or eight years [i. Neil also puts a lot of energy into writing lyrics, which allow me room to play with the vocal.
For example, a compressed one-bar version of the riff also underlies the chorus, but it moves everything ahead by a quarter-note and decorates the pitch B in a trill-like sixteenth-note figure also containing lower neighbouring As. The A in that figure also leaps up into the octave descent on D that initiates each bar.
This replaces the A that leads to the Bs and Fs in the original riff. We absolutely are [a sponge]. The music around us [is] a vote of affirmation. This technological effect and the related compression effect on that word slightly suggest the emerging use of such techniques in DJ, re-mix, and trip-hop music of the s.
I realize that these subjects are too dangerous in many cases to discuss because they are so freighted with prejudice and misunderstanding. I went through great pains with those songs to warm them up in different ways and to warm up the whole concept of our lives being dominated by chance. What made it a challenge is that I wanted the feel and the transitions between sections to be just right. I played [it] over and over, refining it until I was satisfied.
However, the interview took place in Modern Drummer, a U. Thus, Peart probably meant that musician-fans i. Trying to express how a relationship really works, I invented characters and invented a situation and personalized it. Made it like a conversation between two people, of whom the woman is the smarter of the two, and made a complex little personal story.
The known and the nameless, familiar and faceless, My angels and my demons at war. Which one will lose depends on what I choose or maybe which voice I ignore. Its multi-sectional form and incorporation of synthesizers and funk-referencing rhythms somewhat recall its predecessor. That one spark of light to set an example is really the best thing that you can do. And [concerning] the second verse I happened to know this family that this terrible tragedy had happened to, and I thought of what a hole in their lives the girl had left behind.
The choruses switch to rock style, including electric guitar, bass, drums, and higher vocals, but they still mostly retain the acoustic guitar as well. The choruses end with examples of unambiguous anti- heroes i. Test for Echo, Rush released a new studio album about every year from to ten albums and every other year from to five albums. For each album, the band averaged months writing, arranging, rehearsing, and recording and months touring plus frequent interviews.
Thus, from the early summer of until mid-fall of the band took a well-deserved month sabbatical in order to pursue other activities. Various artists, including Peart and numerous additional rock and jazz drummers, recorded these at Bearsville Studios in central New York state. A video for each volume also appeared in He based the video around his contributions to Test for Echo and around the reworking, ca , of his drumming technique based on input from jazz drummer and Buddy Rich associate, Freddie Gruber.
Geddy Lee and his wife Nancy had a baby girl in The first page of the CD booklet features a digitally altered ancient map of the northern hemisphere in Latin, but modified to refer to Rush. The CD booklets also include the relevant original album covers by Syme, except for the first two in frames elsewhere on the same gallery wall. The imagery seems appropriate given that Rush often visited art galleries and museums in its concert tour cities.
In a related vein, Rush agreed that Mercury Records could release a new anthology in a single CD covering to but only if they hired Hugh Syme to create the album art. Both wrote lyrics on several early Rush albums and on their and solo albums, respectively.
Vapor Trails reverts to the usual procedure of Lee and Lifeson credited with the music and Peart credited with the words. Driven to the edge of control. To me, this is one example where I think we were able to marry slightly edgier sound with that nice, melodic thing, so I was really pleased with this song.
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Far Cry Armor And Sword Workin' Them Angels The Larger Bowl Spindrift The Main Monkey Business The Way The Wind Blows Hope Faithless Bravest Face Good News First Malignant Narcissism BU2B It was released to radio stations and saw digital release on June 1, , and released on CD via mail order later that month. Headlong Flight Radio Edit Caravan Clockwork Angels The Anarchist Carnies Halo Effect Seven Cities Of Gold The Wreckers Headlong Flight BU2B2 Wish Them Well Something For Nothing In The End Beneath, Between And Behind Broon's Bane Intro Mystic Rhythms The Rhythm Method Drum Solo Overture The Temples Of Syrinx Discovery Presentation Oracle: The Dream Soliloquy Grand Finale CD2: The Rhythm Method Natural Science YYZ CD3: Cygnus X-1 Working Man The third disc is taken from a performance at the Hammersmith Odeon in London during the "A Farewell to Kings" tour in Trees Natural Science CD2: O Baterista La Villa Strangiato Stadium concert.
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