Grace Under Pressure Tour

Grace Under Pressure Tour
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Intro (Three Stooges) (0:57)
The Spirit Of Radio (4:54)
The Enemy Within (4:48)
The Weapon (7:42)
Witch Hunt (4:41)
New World Man (3:59)
Distant Early Warning (6:11)
Red Sector A (5:22)
Closer To The Heart (3:35)
The Temples Of Syrinx /
Tom Sawyer (9:41)
Vital Signs (4:56)
Finding My Way/
In The Mood (3:35)


This is a video of Rush's major North American tour of 1984. The Canadian band's successful concert blazes with the energy of their music and the intensity of their staging trademarks that make Rush one of rock's major concert attractions. It features powerful live versions of their hits "The Spirit Of Radio", "New World Man", and "Red Sector A". Experience the Rush!

A Polygram MusicVideo Presentation

All songs written by Lee/Lifeson/Peart except "Closer to the Heart" by Lee/Lifeson/Peart/Talbot and "Tom Sawyer" by Lee/Lifeson/Peart/Dubois, "Finding My Way" by Lee/Lifeson and "In The Mood" by Lee. All songs published by Core Music Publishing (SOCAN)

Management: Ray Danniels for SRO Management
Representative: Val Azzoli
Director: David Mallet
Audio Director: Bill Barker

5.1 and stereo mix by Mike Fraser and Alex Lifeson, Warehouse Studios, Vancouver
Assistant Engineer Zach Blackstone/ATR Services Andrew Bigham
Universal Music Enterprises: Jeff Fura/Adam Abrams/Ramon Galbert
Filmed at Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto, Canada, September 21, 1984

2006 The Island Def Jam Music Group


In Their Own Words

"The program was shot over two nights in September '84 at Maple Leaf Gardens. The production, which included the use of 12 cameras, 40 vari-lites and 300 pars audience lights, was on par with our co-production of Bowie's Serious Moonlight show, and the same director, David Mallett, was used. We used a lot of Canadian talent (Magnetic North Corporation did the post-production and the audio producers were Terry Brown and Jon Erickson) and, in CPI's pitch to prospective clients, we emphasize the strength of Canadian production talent." - Steve Howard, Concert Productions International, Canadian Musician, May 1985