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Rush ABC: Live from Cleveland’s Agora Ballroom 1974

Rush ABC: Live from Cleveland's Agora Ballroom 1974 is a live album by Canadian rock band Rush. On August 26, 1974, Rush played at the Agora Ballroom in Cleveland, Ohio. The performance was the band's first recorded with drummer Neil Peart, who had joined the band the previous July 29. The concert was recorded live for the local FM station WMMS. A bootleg album under the title The Fifth Order of Angels exists from 2001 with the same material.

The album was re-issued as a double 180g orange/brown vinyl exclusively for Record Store Day 2013.

Track listing

  1. Intro/Announcer - 0:30
  2. Finding My Way (Rush) - 5:07
  3. Best I Can (Later released on Fly by Night) - 3:04
  4. Need Some Love (Rush) - 3:24
  5. In the End (Later released on Fly by Night) - 6:19
  6. Fancy Dancer - 3:55
  7. In the Mood (Rush) - 3:25
  8. Bad Boy (Larry Williams cover) - 5:41
  9. Here Again (Rush) - 8:03
  10. Working Man (Rush) - 9:14
  11. Drum solo - 3:10
  12. What You're Doing (Rush) - 4:33
  13. Garden Road - 3:07
  14. Anthem - 1975 recording (Fly by Night)
  15. Beneath, Between and Behind - 1975 recording (Fly by Night)
  16. Fly by Night - 1975 recording (Fly by Night)

Personnel

References

  • Rush ABC: Live from Cleveland’s Agora Ballroom 1974
  • Fifth Order of Angels Recording information

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