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8 thoughts on “ Cinderella Man - Rush - A Farewell To Kings (Cassette, Album)

  1. Feb 27,  · Cinderella Man The biggest surprise of the thread, so far, for me. I love this song. Prior to the thread, it was in my “no man’s land “ of Rush tracks. I had no feelings about it one way or the other. It was just there. Things I love about it: How the bass carries the melody throughout the song.
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  3. A Farewell to Kings, an Album by Rush. Released in September on Mercury (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock, Hard Rock.
  4. Jan 24,  · A Farewell to Kings – released in Riding the wave of commercial success from , Rush released their fifth LP, A Farewell to Kings, in Only a year after releasing their first multi-platinum album, Rush traveled to the UK and recorded this gem in Wales, marking the first time the band recorded outside of Toronto.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Cassette release of A Farewell To Kings on Discogs/5(2).
  6. A Farewell To Kings is the fifth album from Canadian rock band Rush. We also have this on Cassette Tape.. Style: Hard Rock. Vinyl: VG / VG+ (some light surface marks on Side A which creates some noticeable surface noise in between tracks and quieter passages once the music gets going it's hardly noticeable.). Cover: VG / VG+ (some seam and spine wear, some water staining inside the gatefold.
  7. A Farewell To Kings (40th Anniversary Edition) on LP. Limited quadruple vinyl LP pressing. Digitally remastered and expanded 40th Anniversary edition combines the complete album ( remaster) with Rush's Hammersmith Odeon concert featuring "A Farewell to Kings, " "Something for Nothing, " "Fly by Night, " "Cinderella Man" and more including more than 30 minutes of previously unreleased.
  8. A Farewell to Kings is the fifth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in The album was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales, and mixed at Advision Studios in London. A Farewell to Kings would become Rush's first US Gold-selling album, receiving the certification within two months of its release and was eventually certified Platinum. Geddy Lee played his bass lines on.

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