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Plain Geddy Lee.....Brilliant!!!!

Full of some of Geddy's best "Zoomers!!!!" Just a pleasure to listen to......from the Intro track.."My Favorite Headache" to "Home on the Range".....There are reviews out there that compare this to other RUSH albums. I would disagree as the Lifeson/Peart influence is really not there and Geddy has left his own mark on this great piece of work.

Top drawer

Anyone who likes 90's Rush will really enjoy this. Great melodies and musicianship make this a must have for any serious Rush fan. Buy it.

You know, I'm still not sure.

I'm a massive Rush fan. Since first borrowing an album from a much older mate when I was in the scouts (!) I've been constantly amazed by their stunning musicianship, virtuosity and imagination.

I've got Mr Lifeson's solo album (Victor) and thought I ought to see how Geddy got on by himself too. Don't get me wrong, he is a genius bass player, I'm just not to sure about his lyrical skills (maybe that's why he's not written too much in the way of lyrics since the first Rush album).

The album, for me, falls quite a bit short of his work with Alex and Neil and it's a shame that I feel the need to compare it in this way, but I don't feel it's possible, really, not too. That said, it's still a great piece of work ... I'm just not absolutely sure yet.


Born: 29 July 1953 in Willowdale, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Few hard rock bassists have been as influential as Rush's Geddy Lee. Born Gary Weinrib on July 29, 1953, in Toronto, his parents migrated from Europe to Canada and got his nickname "Geddy" from when his mother would try to pronounce "Gary" in her accent. Taking up bass as a teenager and influenced by the likes of the Who's John Entwistle, Cream's Jack Bruce, and Led Zeppelin's John Paul Jones, Lee hooked up with guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer John Rutsey to form the hard rocking trio Rush (Lee...
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