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Rush - Tom Sawyer Album
Performer: Rush
Title: Tom Sawyer
Year 1981
Country Japan
Label Ud
Catalog Number UD-6565 UD-6566
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 087
MP3 size: 2480 mb
FLAC size: 1190 mb
WMA size: 2070 mb
Record From: 2 × Vinyl, LP, Unofficial Release

Rush - Tom Sawyer Album


1Natural Science
3The Trees
4The Camera Eye
5The Spirit Of Radio
8Free Will
10La Villa Strangiato
11Vital Signs
13Beneath, Between And Behind
14Tom Sawyer
15Closer To The Heart
16Red Barchetta


Recorded 'Live at Long Beach Arena June 14 1981' 'Demonstration not for sale'
White sleeve printed with sepia ink.
Reverse of sleeve has 'The Rush Crossword Puzzle No1'
Inner sleeves are 'Japanese style half round clear bag'


  • Matrix / Runout (STAMPED SIDE A): UD 6565A 112
  • Matrix / Runout (STAMPED SIDE B): UD 6565B 121


Tom Sawyer is a song by Canadian rock band Rush, originally released on their 1981 album Moving Pictures as its opener. The band's lead singer, bassist, and keyboardist, Geddy Lee, has referred to the track as the band's defining piece of music. from the early '80s. It is one of Rush's best-known songs and a staple of both classic rock radio and Rush's live performances, having been played on every concert tour since its release. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Rush - Tom Sawyer Official Music VideoYouTube. Tom Sawyer - Rush. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Rush - Tom Sawyer 1981. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Classic Rock Progressive Rock. Songs in album Rush - Tom Sawyer 1981. Rush - Freewill. Rush - Limelight. Rush - Hemispheres. Rush - Beneath, Between & Behind. Rush - The Camera Eye. 17 January 2019 . Rush - Tom Sawyer Live at the NEC Arena, Birmingham UK 2324 April Sawyer Lyrics. Available on Moving Pictures. Music: Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson Lyrics: Neil Peart and Pye Dubois. A modern-day warrior Mean mean stride Todays Tom Sawyer Mean mean pride. Though his mind is not for rent Dont put him down as arrogant His reserve, a quiet defense Riding out the days events The river. What you say about his company Is what you say about society -Catch the mist Catch the myth -Catch the mystery Catch the drift. The world is the world is Love and life are deep Maybe as his skies are wide. Todays Tom Sawyer He gets high on you And the space he invades H. Dave from Cardiff, WalesIncidentally, Tom Sawyer was Rush' third UK Top 40 hit - helped by the success of The Spirit Of Radio the previous year, it reached a respectable in 1981 despite very little airplay. Aaron from New Glasgow, CanadaAlex Lifeson plays this on Trailer Park Boys while bound with duct tape after his captor, Ricky, requests that he play that Diane Sawyer song. About Tom Sawyer. The lead single from Rushs eighth studio album Moving Pictures 1981. One of their most popular songs and described as the bands defining piece of music from the 80s according to lead singer Geddy Lee. Rushs drummer Neil Peart co-wrote the lyrics to Tom Sawyer with Pye Dubois, lyricist for the band Max Webster. What have the artists said about the song In the Rush Backstage Club Newsletter, Peart explained . Watch the video for Tom Sawyer from Rush's Spirit Of Radio: Greatest Hits 1974-1987 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Tom Sawyer is a 1981 song by Canadian progressive rock band Rush named for Mark Twain's literary character. The song relies heavily on Geddy Lee's synthesizer playing and the techniques of drummer Neil Peart. Geddy Lee has referred to the track as the quintessential Rush song It is one of Rush's best-known songs and is a staple of classic rock radio. Geddy Lee told The Plain Dealer newspaper the band never foresaw the success of the song: He said: The one song that we have to play for the rest of our lives. Artist: Rush Album: Moving Pictures Written By: Neil peart. E A modern-day warrior Mean mean stride, Today's Tom Sawyer. E E E D E A E C Mean mean pride. E Exit the warrior, Today's Tom Sawyer, He gets high on you, And the energy you trade, He gets right on to the friction of the day. E f e f e f e f e f e f e f e f e f

Recorded live Long Beach 1981 this is a top rate audience recording,and from what I can remember was the best available live show from what was available by Rush at that time.Obviously this is 30 years ago now so things will have changed re.available material and quality but this still stands the test of time well.
I believe this was recorded on the Moving Pictures tour. If it is a bootleg it is probably the best I have seen. Not aware that Rush produced demos?