‘Album Side Sunday’ Features Rush ‘Moving Pictures’ Release from 1981
Do you own a copy of the 1981 release from Rush, ‘Moving Pictures’?
A lot of Americans do, it was the Canadian trios’ best selling album in the United States. It is the last weekend of March, so on ‘Your Sunday Brunch’ during the 8 a.m. hour we’ll be playing side one of ‘Moving Pictures‘ by Rush.Rush will be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 18 at ceremonies in Los Angeles. They were the top vote getter on ballots last December.
‘Moving Pictures’ side one includes:
1. ‘Tom Sawyer’ (written by Neil Peart and Pye Dubois)
2. ‘Red Barchetta‘ (inspired by a Ferrari 166 MM Barchetta)
3. ‘YYZ‘ (instrumental based on the morse code for the Toronto airport)
4. ‘Limelight’ (Peart’s commentary on fame intruding in your personal life)
Rush band members:
Neil Peart-drums and percussion
Alex Lifeson-lead guitar, moog
Geddy Lee-bass guitar, moog and lead vocals
The photo used on the album cover features the Ontario Legislature building with movers carrying out artworks, the family reacting to the art is a further play on words.
During their Time Machine Tour, Rush played their 8th album in it’s entirety for the first time.
Tune in at the beginning of the 8 o’clock hour of ‘Your Sunday Brunch‘ and hear why Rush is being honored by the Rock Hall of Fame.
Rush will play the Pepsi Center in Denver on August 2