I surely hope not......
"HoseMaster" <max...@hotmail.com> wrote in message
F'ing one of the greatest albums ever recorded. If PHiSH covered it on
Halloween I'd shit a pile of bricks.
"LP" <so.y...@gmail.com> wrote in message
Hell yeah. In the 2112 - Farewell to Kings - Hemispheres era, Neil
Peart was like a poet god to me. I was a high school kid, and that
music ruled my universe. My son who is now 17 has been into the same
records for years as well.
> "LP" <so.you...@gmail.com> wrote in message
RUSH was my first love. It was my first two concerts ever...junior
year of highschool during the Roll the Bones Tour which at the time
felt like late late in their career. But to me they have always been
the most exciting improvisationally talented band until I discovered
Phish. I've always wondered why Phish has never covered RUSH. For
them to play even just one cover of their songs would be a peak
musical moment in my life. I'd like to hope they would cover RUSH but
I won't hold my breath...
"There is trouble in the forest... there is trouble with the trees....
for the maples want more sunlight and the oaks ignore their pleas..."
There is unrest in the forest,
There is trouble with the trees,
For the maples want more sunlight
And the oaks ignore their pleas.
C'mon, man! Sheesh.
In the past twenty years Phish has become a close second; yeah that's
right no one will ever surpass Rush in my eyes...
I've seen them once on every tour they've done since the Signals tour
in 1982. I've even read Neil's books and check rushisaband.com every
day to keep up with them.
If they play anything by Rush I would love to hear the entire Cygnus
epic from "Cygnus X-1" on A Farewell to Kings and the entire first
side of Hemispheres. But any Rush cover would blow my mind!!!
(Hear that guys, just cover one song and I'd be thrilled!)
On Sat, 27 Jun 2009 02:30:47 -0700 (PDT), LP <so.y...@gmail.com>
> Dude! It's....
> There is unrest in the forest,
> There is trouble with the trees,
> For the maples want more sunlight
> And the oaks ignore their pleas.
> C'mon, man! Sheesh.
Yeah... that was awful (head between hands). That's what I get for
fast typing and not proofing...
I don't know Rush, but to me this looks like your lyrical
interpretation of Time Turns Elastic.
- Adam Schneider
same here, not the biggest Rush fan, yea blast me now, but iam just
being honest. Id love to see Zappa's "Joes Garage", or maybe the
Stones "Sticky Fingers", or "Exile", but there are so many id like to
see them do.
I will bet on it that they will do atleast a "thriller" tease at Red
rocks. cya all there.