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Review: Rush brings four decades of classics to packed SPAC

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Rush has spent its 40-year career moving between 20-minute, epic-sized, multi-sectional overtures and four-minute, radio-friendly, pop-leaning songs. Before a filled arena Tuesday night at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, the trio did both, spending the first set running through songs, then moving into the more-complex, theme-based works, starting with their latest release, “Clockwork Angels,” and ending with one of their earlier records, “2112.” Led by Geddy Lee, with Neil Peart on drums and Alex Lifeson ...


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mstella
June 26, 2013
7:02 a.m.

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I love me some gloppy prog-rock string arrangements. Sounds like a great show, sorry I missed it!

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