Grace Under Pressure Tour – Rush – 1986



Album Grace Under Pressure Tour by Rush
Album Grace Under Pressure Tour by Rush

Grace Under Pressure Tour is a live album by the Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1986. It was recorded during the band’s 1984 tour in support of their studio album Grace Under Pressure, which featured songs that explored themes such as nuclear war, censorship, and personal loss. The album captures the energy and intensity of Rush’s performances, as well as their musical diversity and technical proficiency. The album includes songs from various stages of the band’s career, ranging from their early hard rock classics to their more progressive and synth-driven tracks. The album also features a rare live rendition of “The Weapon”, a song from their 1982 album Signals that was rarely played live. Grace Under Pressure Tour is a testament to Rush’s enduring popularity and artistic vision, and a must-have for any fan of the band.

The Grace Under Pressure Tour was a landmark event in Rush’s career, and it cemented their status as one of the most important and influential rock bands of all time.

The personnel of the album Grace Under Pressure Tour by Rush, released in 1986, are:

  • Geddy Lee: Bass and rhythm guitar, vocals, synthesizers, bass pedal synthesizer
  • Alex Lifeson: Electric and acoustic guitars, bass pedal synthesizer
  • Neil Peart: Drums and percussion
  • Joe Flaherty: Count Floyd (filmed introduction for “The Weapon”)

Source: Wikipedia

The different versions published for this album :