Time Machine 2011: Live In Cleveland


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CD Tracklist

Disc One

The Spirit Of Radio
Time Stand Still
Presto
Stick It Out
Workin' Them Angels
Leave That Thing Alone!
Faithless
BU2B
Freewill
Marathon
Subdivisions
Tom Sawyer
Red Barchetta
YYZ
Limelight

Disc Two

The Camera Eye
Witch Hunt
Vital Signs
Caravan
Moto Perpetuo (featuring Love For Sale)
O'Malley's Break
Closer To The Heart
2112 (Overture/Temples of Syrinx)
Far Cry
La Villa Strangiato
Working Man


CD Credits

Recorded at Quicken Loans Arena, April 15, 2011 in Cleveland, OH

Mixed by Richard Chycki
Audio Post Production: Mixland Music & DVD, Midhurst
Mix assistants: Alastair Sims, Kevin, O'Leary
Recording Engineers: Richard Chycki, Joel Singer
Audio assistants: Jimmy Goldsmith, Heather Beslan
Remote Audio Recording provided by Music Mix Mobile
Mastered by Andy VanDette, Masterdisk, New York, NY
Executive Producer: Pegi Cecconi

Art Direction, Illustration and Design by Hugh Syme
Photography by Andrew MacNaughtan

THE TIME MACHINE TOUR CREW

Tour Manager & Accountant LIAM BIRT
Lighting Director HOWARD UNGERLEIDER
Concert Sound Engineer BRAD MADIX
Production Manager CRAIG BLAZIER
Road Manager DONOVAN LUNDSTROM
Production Assistant KARIN BLAZIER
Keyboard Technician TONY GERANIOS
Drum Technician LORNE WHEATON
Bass Technician JOHN McINTOSH
Guitar Technician SCOTT APPLETON
Stage Manager | Carpenter GEORGE STEINERT
Nutritionist BRUCE FRENCH
Venue Security ANTHONY FEDEWA
Security MICHAEL MOSBACH
Artist Liaison KEVIN RIPA
Audio System Engineer DOUG McKINLEY
Monitor Mixer BRENT CARPENTER
Monitor Systems Engineer ANSON MOORE
Lighting Crew Chief KENNY ACKERMAN
Master Electrician JOEY BRADLEY
Lighting Technician MATT LEVINE
Lighting Technician BILL WORSHAM
Lighting Technician MATTHEW TUCKER
Head Rigger ALBERT POZZEITI
Rigger JAMES HARRELSON
Motion Control SEBASTIEN RICHARD
Video Director DAVID DAVIDIAN
Video Engineer BOB LARKIN
LED Engineer GREGORY 'GRIT' FREDERICK
Camera Operator ADRIAN BRISTER
Camera Operator LINDSEY HANEY
Pyro Technician JOHN ARROWSMITH
Bus Drivers DAVE BURNEITE, LASHAWN LUNDSTROM, MARTY BEELER, JOE C. BUSH, JOHN MORGAN
Truck Drivers ARTHUR "MAC" McLEAR, JON CORDES, TOM HARTMANN,
HENRY McBRIDE, JULIE MENNITTI, STEVE MENNITTI, RUSS SCHLAGBAUM
Merchandise Driver DON JOHNSON
Merchandiser PATRICK McLOUGHLIN for SHOWTECH MERCHANDISING
Live Nation Global Tour Rep KEITH KELLER
Promoter - GERRY BARAD/ARTHUR FOGEL
Agent - ADAM KORNFIELD for ARTIST GROUP INTERNATIONAL
RUSH/Anthem Entertainment Consigliere - ROBERT A FARMER

Management - RAY DANNIELS for SRO MANAGEMENT INC.

At SRO/Anthem - RAY DANNIELS, PEGI CECCONI, SHEILA POSNER, ANNA LECOCHE, CYNTHIA BARRY, ANDY CURRAN, MEGHAN SYMSYK, TYLER TASSON, BOB FARMER AND RANDY ROLFE

THANKS TO OUR TECHNICAL SUPPLIERS

For Alex: Hughes & Kettner Amplilieation, Paul Reed Smith, Gibson Guitars, Dean Markley Strings, Audio Technica

For Geddy: Saved by Technology, Fender, Tech 21/Sansamp, Rotosound Strings, Taylor Acoustic Guitars, Dunlop Manufacturing. Orange Amplifiers, James Hogg: Custom pickguards, Tom Brantley: Custom pickups and rewinds, Levy's Leathers

For Neil: DW Drums, Sabian Cymbals, Promark Drumsticks, Remo Drumheads, Roland V-Drum

All songs Lee/Lifeson/Peart except: "Leave That Thing Alone"; "YYZ" and "Working Man" (Lee/Lifeson)
"Tom Sawyer" (Lee/Lifeson/Peart/Dubois)
"Moto Perpetuo" (Peart)
"O'Malley's Break" (Lifeson)
"Closer To The Heart" (Lee/Lifeson/Peart/Talbot)
"Love For Sale" (Porter)

"During the guitar solo of the song Presto there was an unscheduled 'brain fart' on my part, and so for the sake of continuity (and to save my own face) rather than leave the song out of the show we chose to repair it with a few seconds of my live performance of that song from another show" - Geddy

All songs published by Core Music Publishing (SOCAN/SESAC) except "Love For Sale" (Cole Porter) published by Warner Bros. Music 1930
2011 Core Music Publishing. All Rights Reserved


Video Tracklist

Set One

The 'Real History of Rush: Episode No. 2 "Don't Be Rash"
The Spirit Of Radio
Time Stand Still
Presto
Stick It Out
Workin' Them Angels
Leave That Thing Alone!
Faithless
BU2B
Freewill
Marathon
Subdivisions

Set Two

The 'Real History of Rush Episode No. 17 "...and Rock and Roll is my name."
Tom Sawyer
Red Barchetta
YYZ
Limelight
The Camera Eye
Witch Hunt
Vital Signs
Caravan
Moto Perpetuo (featuring Love For Sale)
O'Malley's Break
Closer To The Heart
2112 (Overture/Temples of Syrinx)
Far Cry
Encore
La Villa Strangiato
Working Man

Bonus Material
Outtakes from "History of Rush, Episode 2 & 17"
"Tom Sawyer" featuring the cast of "History of Rush, Episode 17"
"Need Some Love" Live from Laura Secord Secondary School
"Anthem" Live from Passaic New Jersey


Video Credits

Directed by SCOT MCFADYEN & SAM DUNN

Executive Producers PEGI CECCONI, RAY DANNIELS

Producers ALLAN WEINRIB, DAVE PATTENDEN

Director of Photography MARTIN HAWKES

Edited by AARON DARK - SCHOOL, TORONTO, ASSISTED BY LAUREN HORN

Lighting Director/ Designer HOWARD UNGERLEIDER

Audio Producer MIXED BY RICHARD CHYCKI AT MIXLAND, MIDHURSIZ CANADA

Additional Digital Editing: KEVIN O'LEARY, ALASTAIR SIMS

Audio Mastering ANDY VANDETTE, MASTERDISK, NEW YORK

Location Audio Engineer
REMOTE AUDIO RECORDING PROVIDED BY MUSIC MIX MOBILE
RECORDING ENGINEERS: RICHARD CHYCKI, JOEL SINGER
PREAMP OPERATOR: CHARLIE CAMPBELL
AUDIO ASSISTANTS: JIMMY GOLDSMITH, HEATHER BESON

Production Coordinator LANA MAURO

Camera Operators KRISTOFFER ARCHEITI, ADAM BIALO, JON ESPEVOLD, PETTER HALVORSEN, MARTIN HAWKES, JENS RAMBORG, BO RANDULFF, FRANK SHORTT, INGE SIGVALDSEN, JONATHAN STAAV, THOMAS TRANTER, LINDSEY HANEY, BOB LARKIN, JAMES WEYMAN

Camera Assistants FRANK SHORTT, JONATHAN STAAV

Production Sound KEVIN MACKENZIE

Cleveland Production Coordinator JOSHUA PORTER

Cleveland Camera Operators JOSHUA PORTER, ROD SILVIERA, DE'NEIL PHIPPS, JAY SIN

Steadicam Operator NICK SUTTON

Camera Grip LEWIS GORDON

Production Assistant CHARLEY SIMMS

Offline Editing Facilities SCHOOL TORONTO, CANADA

Audio Post Production MIXLAND - MIDHURST, CANADA

Title Design DEREK TOKAR

DVD Authoring JUICE PRODUCTIONS, TORONTO

Film Equipment Transportation ROCKIT CARGO

RUSH TOUR PERSONNEL
Tour Manager & Accountant LIAM BIRT
Road Manager DONOVAN LUNDSTROM
Production Manager CRAIG BLAZIER
Production Assistant KARIN BLAZIER
Concert Sound Engineer BRAD MADIX
Lighting Director HOWARD UNGERLEIDER
Keyboard Technician TONY GERANIOS
Drum Technician LORNE WHEATON
Bass Technician JOHN McINTOSH
Guitar Technician SCOTT APPLETON
Stage Manager / Carpenter GEORGE STEINERT
Nutritionist BRUCE FRENCH
Venue Security ANTHONY FEDEWA
Security MICHAEL MOSBACH
Artist Liaison KEVIN RIPA
Audio System Engineer DOUG McKINLEY
Monitor Mixer BRENT CARPENTER
Monitor Systems Engineer ANSON MOORE
Lighting Crew Chief KENNY ACKERMAN
Master Electrician JOEY BRADLEY
Lighting Technician MATT LEVINE
Lighting Technician BILL WORSHAM
Lighting Technician MATTHEW TUCKER
Head Rigger ALBERT POZZEITI
Rigger JAMES HARRELSON
Motion Control SEBASTIEN RICHARD
Video Director DAVID DAVIDIAN
Video Engineer BOB LARKIN
LED Engineer GREGORY 'GRIT' FREDERICK
Camera Operator ADRIAN BRISTER
Camera Operator LINDSEY HANEY
Pyro Technician JOHN ARROWSMITH
Bus Drivers DAVE BURNEITE, LASHAWN LUNDSTROM, MARTY BEELER, JOE C. BUSH, JOHN MORGAN
Truck Drivers ARTHUR "MAC" McLEAR, JON CORDES, TOM HARTMANN, HENRY McBRIDE, JULIE MENNITTI, STEVE MENNITTI, RUSS SCHLAGBAUM
Merchandise Driver DON JOHNSON
Merchandiser PATRICK McLOUGHLIN
Live Nation Global Tour Rep KEITH KELLER

REAR SCREEN PRODUCTION
Executive Producer ALLAN WEINRIB
Producers Suzy Bradshaw & Kim Jackson - Electric Company Art & Design Inc.

The "Real" History of Rush Act 1, 2 & 3
Directed by Dale Heslip/Electric Company Art & Design Inc.
Produced by Mark Hesselink
Edited by Mark Morton/School
Opening Animation by Ghostmilk
Alternate versions of "Spirit of Radio" arranged and recorded by Lou Pomanti

Presto - Edited by Jackie Roda/School
Stick It Out - Directed by Samuel Bayer, Re-edited by School
Workin' Them Angels - Directed by Christopher Mills
Faithless - Design and animation by Crankbunny, Electric Company Art & Design Inc.
Leave That Thing Alone - Design and animation by Derivative
BU2B - Concept by Date Heslip, Directed by Play Airways, Electric Company Art & Design Inc.
Subdivisions - Original Subdivisions footage Directed by Grant Lough
Moving Pictures - Design and Animation by Crankbunny
Red Barchetta - Directed by Greg Russell / Tandem Digital
Camera Eye - Directed and Photographed by Andrew MacNaughtan, Edited by Jackie Roda
Witchhunt - Design and Animation by Derivative
Caravan - Concept by Dale Heslip. Directed by Ghostmilk Electric Company Art & Design Inc,
Moto Perpetuo - Animation by Greg Russell and Brian Walters / Tandem Digital
2112 - Animation by Greg Russell / Tandem Digital
Far Cry - Design and Animation by Steven Lewis/Spin Productions

Time Tunnel Bumpers - Edited by Jackie Roda/School
Additional Steampunk Video frames - Designed by Bienvenido Cruz
Alex's Backline video & Geddy's backline video for Camera Eye Designed and Directed by Jamie Kaiser/Electric Company Art & Design Inc.
Geddys Backline video Design and Animation by Randy Knott/Electric Company Art & Design Inc.
Geddy and Alex's Back Line Amps - Designed by Dale Heslip
Construction by Mood Inc./Toronto
Lighting Supplied by Premiere Global Productions
Sound Supplied by - Clair Global
Pyrotechnics Supplied by - Pyrotek
Video Screens & Equipment Provided by Dannyo Video
Buses Supplied by Hemphill Brothers Coach Co. / Trucking Supplied by Ego Trips
Aircraft Charter Supplied by Apollo Jets
Custom Brokers - BARRY ZEAGMAN Bzee Brokerage Ltd.
Catering - Concert Kitchen, Cleveland
Venue - Quicken Loans Arena, Cleveland, OH

THANKS TO OUR TECHNICAL SUPPLIERS
For Alex: Hughes & Kettner Amplilieation, Paul Reed Smith, Gibson Guitars, Dean Markley Strings, Audio Technica
For Geddy: Saved by Technology, Fender, Tech 21/Sansamp, Rotosound Strings, Taylor Acoustic Guitars, Dunlop Manufacturing. Orange Amplifiers, James Hogg: Custom pickguards, Tom Brantley: Custom pickups and rewinds, Levy's Leathers
For Neil: DW Drums, Sabian cymbals. Promark Drumsticks, Remo Drumheads, Roland V-Drum

Art Direction, Illustration and Design Hugh Syme
Photographer Andrew MacNaughtan
Promoter - LiveNation - Gerry Barad/Arthur Fogel
Agent - Adam Kornfield for Artist Group International
RUSH/Anthem Entertainment Consigliere - Robert A Farmer
Management - Ray Danniels for SRO Management Inc.
At SRO/Anthem - Ray Danniels, Pegi Cecconi, Sheila Posner, Anna LeCoche, Cynthia Barry, Andy Curran, Meghan Symsyk, Tyler Tasson, Bob Farmer and Randy Rolfe

All songs Lee/Lifeson/Peart except "Leave That Thing Alone" (Lee/Lifeson); "Tom Sawyer" (Lee/Lifeson/Peart/Dubois); "YYZ" (Lee/Lifeson); "Moto Perpetuo" (Peart): "O'Malley's Break" (Lifeson); "Closer To The Heart" (Lee/Lifeson/Peart/Talbot); "Working Man" (Lee/Lifeson)

"During the guitar solo of the song Presto there was an unscheduled 'brain fart' on my part, and so for the sake of continuity (and to save my own face) rather than leave the song out of the show we chose to repair it with a few seconds of my live performance of that song from another show" - Geddy

All songs published by Core Music Publishing (SOCAN world excluding USA/SESAC USA except "Love For Sale" (Cole Porter) published by Warner Bros. Music
2011 Core Music Publishing. All Rights Reserved


Notes

In Their Own Words...

"'We realized after all these years that we've shot films in all these different locations. But we've never really shot an entire film in America. We thought, 'Well, that's just wrong.' So where do we want to shoot? And it dawned on me that it was appropriate to shoot in Cleveland, where our entire American adventure began.' The band got its big break here in 1974, when Donna Halper, a disc jockey and music director at WMMS FM/100.7, added the Rush song 'Working Man' to the influential radio station's playlist. 'I don't think we would've had a record deal if it hadn't been for Donna Halper at WMMS playing 'Working Man' and some other songs from our first album,' said Lee." - Cleveland Plain Dealer, April 15, 2011, April 15, 2011
"Cleveland was hugely important for us, because up until we were embraced there, we were just basically a bar band in Toronto,' said Lifeson during a phone interview with Yahoo! from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. 'We were on the Southern Ontario high school dance circuit and doing clubs. 'To come to America was such a huge deal, and to come to Cleveland - with its rich connections and rock music heritage and be embraced by the city and crowd there - it really was a really great experience for us. It all started for us in Cleveland and the city has a giant place in our hearts.' So much so, in fact, that Lifeson and his bandmates are bringing their current 'Time Machine World Tour' to Cleveland's Quicken Loans Arena this Friday, April 15 and will be filming the entire performance for a full-length DVD concert release...'It couldn't be more appropriate to be doing the DVD in Cleveland. I can't tell you the number of gigs we played at the Agora when we were starting out,' Lifeson said. 'I definitely remember those gigs! The genuine interest in the band was amazing, the place was always packed and we were on that little stage playing our hearts out. When I close my eyes as a guy who calls himself 'forty-seventeen' (57 years old) now, I can still see myself up there playing and miss the skinny, sweaty long-haired guitar guy who was up on stage!' he laughed." - Yahoo.com, April 14, 2011
"We were worried. It was the day of the show, just a few hours before, when we got word that Geddy wasn't feeling well and his voice was suffering. A lot of those songs, as you know, the register is really high; it's his trademark voice, and I think it takes its toll. There'd been a weekend before that, back in Toronto, when he had to go and see these crazy witch doctors. There was a lot of voodoo involved! The show really was in jeopardy, but Geddy's been through it before, and he's a trouper." - Sam Dunn, Classic Rock Special Edition, June 11, 2012