martes, 28 de julio de 2015
REVIEW: RUSH BLASTS THROUGH 40 GLORIOUS YEARS IN EPIC PORTLAND SHOW
The Oregonian/Oregon Live’s David Greenwald posted a review of Rush’s R40 Live performance at Portland’s Moda Center on July 21st.
“People love Rush, probably because Rush is a spectacular rock band. The holy trinity—guitarist Alex Lifeson, drummer/lyricist Neil Peart and bassist/keyboardist/singer Geddy Lee—has played together for 40 years now, and the group’s anniversary tour is a time-machine trip from 2012’s “Clockwork Angels” all the way back to 1974’s Led Zeppelin-influenced, self-titled debut. There are few bands who could play that wide a catalog without slipping into embarrassments better left out of print, but Rush’s evolution — from hard rock to intricate prog to capable ’80s synth-rock and back to a straight-ahead power trio — has led to one of rock’s sturdiest catalogs.”