The College Boys - I Get A Rush album
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Rush is the debut studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on March 1, 1974 by the band's own label Moon Records in Canada and by Mercury Records in the United States and internationally. Their first release shows much of the hard rock sound typical of many of the popular rock bands emerging earlier in the decade. Rush were fans of such bands as Led Zeppelin and Cream, and these influences can be heard in most of the songs on the album.
This was the Rush album that made me a fan! I began to listen to their back catalog extensively after this. Ironically, it was the LAST of the great Rush albums. Never before or since has Neil's lyrics been as poignant as in "Losing It", Alex's solo as emotional as in "Chemistry", or Geddy's chops as superb as in "Subdivisions" . I think this is at least in the top three next to 2112 and hemispheres. I mean this is as raw of RUSH as you get. It's the first album with Neil Peart ( which is there second album). Every song on there is just Raw RUSH The song have spirit and is one of the one's there when I listen I feel in Rock & Roll Soul. Opening riff of the album is awesome!
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I Get Around" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love for The Beach Boys. The song features Love on lead vocal for the verse, and Wilson for the chorus. It is noteworthy for its back to front structure - it starts with a chorus and has two short verses. I Get Around" was The Beach Boys' first number-one hit song in the United States.
In which Rush head to Wales, where reader Ian Pritchard spots Geddy and Alex out sight-seeing, looking down the Brecon Valley toward Llangynidr. It had been a tumultuous ride up to A Farewell To Kings. Rush were following the acclaimed 2112 album, which they had released after the poorly received Caress Of Steel and the threat of being dropped by their label. The success of 2112 had given them their creative freedom, and the quickly assembled live album All The World’s A Stage was their stopgap.
You don’t have to figure out a word of Kids to feel the poignant kick of that massive keyboard hook. King’s first album for the Stax label combines his hard, unflashy guitar playing with the sleek sound of the label’s house band, Booker T. and the MG’s. Hits such as Crosscut Saw and Laundromat Blues earned King a new rock & roll audience.
Well, I have a policy never to ignore a question about Rush that I should be able to answer. I’m going to come to the foreground with the Album that came to represent an emotional peak in my life . and that’s part of what I love about this album. Let me get rid of that part because I came on it recently and it may not ring as authentic in the Post Delores Reardon era. The bands I listed before along with Tears for Fears and Aha were the undercurrent that connected New Wave to the 90’s. This happened instrumentally and lyrically.
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- Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMC Records
- Copyright (c) – BMC Records
- Distributed By – ARS Records
- Produced For – Memo Productions, Inc.
- Artwork – Image Building
- Producer – Keith Diamond
- Written-By – Bobby Orlando
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- Rights Society: SABAM
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