All hail the Holy Trinity! Canadian prog rockers Rush are the featured artist representing the letter 'R' on this weeks show. Their catalogue was too deep...too rich to fit into a single episode so this show highlights my top ten underrated/under-appreciated songs from their 1970's classic era (Rush, Fly By Night, Caress of Steel, 2112, All the Worlds a Stage, A Farewell to Kings, and Hemispheres. Whether you are a lifelong Rush fan, or especially if you are a casual fan, this is a great way to be re-introduced to one of the greatest rock and roll bands of all time.
I do not own the rights to any of the music played on this podcast. The musicians or the music labels own the copyright. I play this music under the doctrine of Fair Use. I am not here as a DJ, but to offer music commentary and criticism. My goal is for you to gain a larger appreciation for the bands or the musicians played here on this podcast and I ask for you to go out and purchase their music or legally stream it. The musicians need your support and I hope this show contributes to spreading the good word about the bands you hear on these episodes. I do not profit in any way from this podcast. It is truly done out of my pure love of the music.
Take a Friend
What You're Doing
Best I Can
In the End
Something For Nothing
Lakeside Park (Live)
A Farewell to Kings
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Nathan Suher, host of The ABC's of Rock