Guitar Legends #102 (2007) – Rush
Feb 24 2016
The definitive history of rock’s legendary prog-rock power trio Rush! Includes the stories behind the bands’ biggest hits, a private lesson with Alex Lifeson showing you how to master Rush songs, rare photos, classic interviews and much more!
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Every issue of this magazine has transcriptions of five songs. You will find the tablature of the songs, which you can play at your leisure. If you have been looking for great songs to practice on your guitar, this magazine delivers you some nice choices.
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Guitar Legends #102 (2007) – Rush contents:
- Transcribed: “Limelight”, “Red Barchetta”, “The spirit of radio”, “La villa strangiato”, “2112”
- Chronicles – Through more than 33 years Rush have remained the ultimate prog-rock powerhouse. Guitar Legends presents the history of the group that blended high-pitched vocals, extended instrumentals, sci-fi imagery and keyboards and somehow made it all work.
- Prime Cuts – Alex Lifeson dissects several key songs from Rush’s past.
- Vital signs – As Rush drop their latest release, Snakes & Arrows, guitarist Alex Lifeson reflects back on Moving Pictures, the progrock masterpiece that gave life to the power trio’s legend.
- Happy trails – In 2002, after weathering several years of emotional upheaval, the members of Rush found solace and uplift in creating Vapor Trails, their most powerful work in years.
- Living in the limelight – Alex Lifeson shows how to play key licks from “Closer to the Heart,” “Tom Sawyer,” “Limelight,” “The Spirit of Radio” and more, as he and Geddy Lee discuss Rush’s fourth, and best, live album: 1998’s Different Stages.
- Road Warrior – As Rush’s drummer and chief lyricist, Neil Peart has logged hard miles both on and off the road. In this 2004 interview, he discusses their 30 years in the fast lane and the detour that took them briefly out of the race.
- 60 minutes – Alex Lifeson and Geddy Lee discuss the songs that are closest to their hearts.
- Back to basics – Geddy Lee tells how rush mixed old-school muscle, classic songwriting and new-century sleekness to make their 18th studio album, 2007’s Snakes & Arrows.
- Inquirer – Alex Lifeson recalls his first guitar, his first gig and more.
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