Rush Band’s Photos

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Geddy Lee (Rush)
Keyboard Magazine
September 1984

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Rush – “Spirit of Radio / The Trees / Working Man”, 12-inch E.P., Mercury Records (Radio 12), 1980

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Rush (Canadian guitarist Alex Lifeson, Canadian drummer Neil Peart and Canadian bassist Geddy Lee, reclining on a sofa), Canadian rock band Rush, pose for a group studio portrait, United Kingdom, in May 1979. (Photo by Fin Costello/Redferns/Getty Images)

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Irvine, California – August 13: (L-R) Guitarist Alex Lifeson, drummer Neil Peart and Bass/singer Geddy Lee of the band Rush perform at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater on August 13, 2010 in Irvine, California. (Photo by Joe Scarnici/FilmMagic)

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Photos of Geddy Lee’s Fender Jazz Basses from Rock Hall Exhibit: Black bass used on “Moving Pictures” and Orange bass used on the last live performance of “Working Man.”

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Photo, Neill Cunningham, owner of Pandemonium Records. (The boy from Rush’s Power Windows is all grown up, and he’s now stocking copies of the 1985 album at his own record shop. In fact, Neill Cunningham has assembled an entire wall of the records, just behind the counter at Toronto’s Pandemonium Records, thanks to Rush’s ongoing vinyl reissue campaign.

“I had to do the wall,” Cunningham, now 52, told The Star. “You would have done the wall, too.”
Cunningham is the young boy on the front of Rush’s concept album, bare-chested and wearing white pajama pants. Flip the cover over and he’s pictured again, this time looking through a pair of binoculars. Cunningham’s moment in the spotlight came courtesy of a friend who heard that photographer Dimo Safari (who was charged with creating the cover for Rush) was looking for a skinny blond-haired kid as a model.
The funny part is Cunningham wasn’t a huge Rush fan back then. “Dimo had been working with Madonna, so I was all excited at the idea I could be on a Madonna cover,” he recalled. “When he said Rush, I was like, ‘Yeah, oh, all right. Not bad, either.’” Much has changed since then, as evidenced by the display at his shop. “How many record-store owners get to sell records of themselves?” Cunningham mused, adding that the display “is hard to miss. I’m just having fun with it.”
Cunningham was also featured in the music video for the album’s lead single, “Big Money.” the lead single from Power Windows. Later, he received a backstage pass to Rush’s 1986 tour stop at the Maple Leaf Gardens, where he met the band for the first – and, so far, only – time).

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Rush, Band’s photos by Ben Upham, (Coliseum in Spokane, Washington, U.S.A., 16th September 1977)

Ben Upham Photographs of the Band Rush taken at the Coliseum in Spokane, Washington, on 16th September 1977

Rush: “A Brief History of Time
The Early Days: From ‘Rush’ to ‘2112’ & Beyond”

Rush: “A Brief History of Time The Early Days: From ‘Rush’ to ‘2112’ & Beyond”

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Rush Band’s Photos 

Rush Band’s Photos

Waterloo Lutheran University – Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, 12th October 1973

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Classic/Country/Folk Rock Multinational (Canada/U.S.A.) 1990s (Tracks) Neil Young With Crazy Horse – “Interstate”

Classic/Country/Folk Rock Multinational (Canada/U.S.A.) 1990s (Tracks) 

Neil Young  (Toronto, Ontario, Canada) With Crazy Horse (Los Angeles, California, U.S.A.)

“Interstate” (written by Neil Young), recorded spring 1990 ( outtake, Ragged Glory sessions, 1990), included on the cd single “Big Time” (Reprise Records, 9362437312), bonus track included on the vinyl edition of the album “Broken Arrow”, released on Reprise Records (9362-46291-2), on 2nd July 1996.

Line-up/Credits :

  • Art Direction [Assistant], Design [Assistant] – Jesse Burden
  • Art Direction, Design – Gary Burden
  • Artwork [Back Cover, Panel And Cd Disc Paintings] – K.P.O.B.
  • Cover [Front Cover] – George Catlin
  • Crew [Amplifiers] – Sal Trentino
  • Crew [Drums] – Jerry Conforti
  • Crew [Lights And Ambiance] – Keith Wissmar
  • Crew [Monitor Engineer] – Mark Humphries (3)
  • Crew [Neil’s Guitar] – Larry Cragg
  • Crew [Poncho’s Guitar, Billy’s Bass] – Armando Garcia
  • Design [Computer Design] – Jenice Heo
  • Edited By [Editing], Mastered By [Mastering] – Tim Mulligan
  • Engineer [Live Sound] – Tim Mulligan
  • Engineer [Senior Technical Engineer] – Harry Sitam
  • Engineer [Transfer Analog-to-digital] – John Hausmann, John Nowland
  • Management [Production Manager] – Tim Foster
  • Mixed By – Greg Archilla, Neil Young
  • Photography By [Band Photograph] – Larry Cragg
  • Producer – Neil Young
  • Recorded By – Greg Archilla (tracks: 1 to 7), Tim Mulligan (tracks: 8)
  • Vocals, Bass, Tambourine – Billy Talbot
  • Vocals, Drums, Percussion – Ralph Molina
  • Vocals, Electric Guitar – Poncho Sampedro
  • Vocals, Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Piano, Harmonica – Neil Young
  • Written-By – Jimmy Reed (tracks: 8), Neil Young (tracks: 1 to 7)

Lyrics :

[Verse 1]
Children are laughing
In the sun
I count the voices
One by one
But I’m not there
To share the fun

[Chorus]
I’m out on the interstate
I can hear
A soft voice calling
Calling me
To bring my guitar home

[Verse 2]
I’m happy singing
In a crowd
The lights are bright
The music’s loud
I like to look
In every face

[Chorus]
But out on the interstate
I can hear
A soft voice calling
Calling me
To bring my guitar home

[Verse 3]
Out in the dusty
Desert wind
The fox goes looking
For a friend
She sees a light
Around the bend

[Chorus]

Neil Young With Crazy Horse – “Broken Arrow” Album cover photo (front)

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