According to a posting on the RUSH fan site Power Windows, Zoe/Rounder has set a February 7, 2006 U.S. release date for the DVD version of RUSH's classic "Exit...Stage Left" concert film.
"Everything's been remixed to 5.1, and that was the intention — to keep it all intact, except for the remix," guitarist Alex Lifeson recently told Billboard.com. "So it's available in surround."
Lifeson told Billboard.com he enjoyed taking a trip down memory lane while refurbishing the material. "It was interesting to see the development in the arrangements, and how our sound changed over the course of a decade," he said. "I definitely found it fascinating, looking at that. And how the stage show changed over the years — of course, [in] 10 years a lot of stuff changes. But it was a little fascinating to watch that, actually."
"Exit...Stage Left" was filmed at The Forum in Montreal, Quebec on March 27, 1981 and was issued in 1981 on VHS/Laserdisk (out of print). The 60-minute video featured the following track listing:
02. Tom Sawyer
03. The Trees
06. Red Barchetta
07. Free Will
08. Closer To The Heart
09. YYZ (with voice over)
11. Snow Dog/In The End/In The Mood/2112 Finale
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