Six New Releases from Coda Records - Rush Picture Discs: Limited Edition only 500 copies available!

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RUSH - A PASSAGE TO SYRINX: BROADCASTING LIVE 1980

LIMITED EDITION PICTURE DISC ONLY 500 NUMBERED COPIES AVAILABLE!

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This is the digitally re-mastered version of Rush performing their classic 2112 suite and broadcasting live during the Permanent Waves tour. For many this is the classic performance with the band at the pinnacle of their progressive pomp phase. Also featured are a selection of concert hall favourites drawn from the first three Rush albums. The virtuoso trio certainly don’t disappoint in the live arena and neither does the sound quality from this FM broadcast. is superb and the digital re-mastering takes it to another level. The band were clearly on form by this point of the tour. Definitely worth a listen for every Rush fan out there, you certainly won’t be disappointed.

RUSH - RADIO WAVES: BROADCASTING LIVE 1980

LIMITED EDITION PICTURE DISC ONLY 500 NUMBERED COPIES AVAILABLE!

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This is the digitally re-mastered version of Rush broadcasting live during the Permanent Waves tour. Both the production and the sound quality from this FM broadcast are first class, the set list features tracks from the albums A Farewell To Kings, Hemispheres and Permanent Waves.

RUSH - FINDING THE WAY: BROADCASTING LIVE 1974

LIMITED EDITION PICTURE DISC ONLY 500 NUMBERED COPIES AVAILABLE!

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Rush were never the darlings of the media and their ascent to fame was achieved the hard way by playing gigs and letting word of mouth do the rest. There were a few exceptions to the rule however, radio station WMMS Cleveland radio were sympathetic to the cause and were prepared to take the rare step of broadcasting a whole one hour concert across the airwaves. This particular gig is the priceless record of the first ever concert radio broadcast by Rush. The set is skewed towards songs from their debut album, Rush, which was recorded before Neal Peart joined the band. Of special interest is the fact that the broadcast also features the earliest versions of tracks from the forth-coming Fly by Night album. However, the holy grail for Rush fans are the two hitherto unreleased tracks; the legendary Fancy Dancer and Garden Road neither of which ever made it to vinyl. Also featured is a cover of Larry Williams Bad Boy a straight ahead rock’n’roller rocker and a real curio which is certainly not in the classic Rush mould. The set was produced with the collector in mind and is essential listening for every Rush fan.

RUSH - FLYING BY NIGHT: BROADCASTING LIVE 1974

LIMITED EDITION PICTURE DISC ONLY 500 NUMBERED COPIES AVAILABLE!

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This is the historic record of Rush taking their first steps towards rock superstardom.

Fresh from their first US Tour and with Neil Peart having just joined the band, the new look Rush decamped to New York and set up their gear in the famous Electric Lady studios.

On 5th December 1974, before a tiny studio audience, Rush, as we have come to know them, made their first ever US live radio broadcast. Neil was yet to record with the band, but some of the material which would appear on Fly By Night was already being routined in the live arena. Featuring the earliest studio versions of Anthem, Best I Can and Fly By Night, this powerful record is essential listening for every Rush fan.

Rush - Hemispheres...The Last Night

Limited Edition Picture Disc

Only 500 Numbered Copies Available!

This is the powerful record of the very last night of the Hemispheres tour. The live set featured on this album is the legendary performance by Rush at the Pinkpop Festival in Holland from June 1979 which was broadcast live throughout Europe.

Rush - 2112 In Concert

The Legendary Radio Broadcast

Digitally Remastered on Limited Edition Numbered Picture Disc

Limited To Just 500 Copies!

This is the digitally re-mastered version of Rush performing their classic 2112 suite and broadcasting live during the Permanent Waves tour. For many, this is the classic performance with the band at the pinnacle of their progressive pomp phase. Also featured are live gems from the albums Permanent Waves and A Farewell To Kings including the classic Spirit Of Radio and an astonishing live rendition of Xanadu.

The virtuoso trio certainly don't disappoint in the live arena and neither does the sound quality from this FM broadcast, which is superb - and the digital re-mastering takes it to another level.

The band were clearly on form by this point of the tour. Definitely worth a listen for every Rush fan out there, you certainly won't be disappointed.

 

 

 

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