- Interprete: Rush
- Titolo: Caress Of Steel
- Genere: Rock
- Catalogo #: PRIMC 20, 714 242-1
- Etichetta: Mercury
- Paese: UK
- Stile: Prog Rock, Hard Rock
- Dimensione FLAC 1599 mb
- Dimensione MP3: 2924 mb
- Registra da Cassette, Album, Reissue
|4||(v) Bacchus Plateau|
|5||(i) In The Valley|
|6||(i) Into Darkness|
|7||(iii) No One At The Bridge|
|8||(iii) Return Of The Prince|
|10||The Fountain Of Lamneth|
|11||I Think I'm Going Bald|
|12||(ii) Didacts And Narpets|
|13||(vi) The Fountain|
|14||(ii) Under The Shadow|
|SRM-1-1046||Rush|| Caress Of Steel (LP, Album, Gat)||Mercury||SRM-1-1046||Canada||1975|
|ANMD-1003||Rush|| Caress Of Steel (CD, Album, RE)||Anthem ||ANMD-1003||Canada||Unknown|
|B0022365-01||Rush|| Caress Of Steel (LP, Album, RE, RM, Gat)||Mercury, Universal Music, Anthem ||B0022365-01||USA & Canada||2015|
|P2-34625||Rush|| Caress Of Steel (CD, Album, Club, RE, RM)||Mercury, Anthem ||P2-34625||US||Unknown|
|MC8-1-1046||Rush|| Caress Of Steel (8-Trk, Album, Club, Gra)||Mercury||MC8-1-1046||US||1975|
- Composed By – Lifeson (tracks: A1-B1(iii), B1(vi)), Lee, Peart
- Producer, Arranged By – Rush, Terry Brown
UK reissue in the "Original Recording Priceless" series.
This is a clear cassette.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – PolyGram Records, Inc.
- Published By – Heath Levy Music Co. Ltd.
Caress of Steel is the third studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 24, 1975 on Mercury Records. It marked a development in the group's sound, moving from the blues-based hard rock style of their debut towards progressive rock. By mid-1975, Rush had stabilised with a line-up of guitarist Alex Lifeson, bassist and vocalist Geddy Lee, and drummer and primary lyricist Neil Peart, who had joined the group in 1974. They released Fly by Night 1975 which marked Rush's first foray. Caress of Steel featured long pieces broken up into various sections and long solo passages. It is often considered notable for the inclusion of the bands first two epic pieces, The Necromancer and The Fountain of Lamneth. I Think Im Going Bald was written for Kim Mitchell, who at the time was the frontman of the band Max Webster and a close friend of the band. Track three, Lakeside Park, was a reference to a park in St. Catharines, Ontario where Neil grew up and worked during the summer as a teenager. Rush - Caress Of Steel 1975. of Steel is the third studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in 1975. The album shows more of Rush's adherence to the hard rock and progressive rock styles of the band's first two albums. Long pieces, pieces broken up into parts, and solo passages of speed and agility are all included. The album is often considered notable for the inclusion of the band's first two epic pieces, The Necromancer, and The Fountain of Lamneth, which runs to nearly 20 minutes and comprised the whole of. Songs in album Rush - Caress of Steel 1975. Rush - Bastille Day. Rush - I Think I'm Going Bald. Rush - The Fountain of Lamneth. Caress of Steel is the third studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released on September 24, 1975. The album shows more of Rush's adherence to its inconsistencies, Caress of Steel was a crucial step in Rush's evolution, setting the foundation for their breakthrough LP, 1976's 2112. The Fountain of Lamneth' on Caress of Steel, was really our first full concept song, and '2112' was an extension of it, Alex Lifeson told Guitar World in 2008. That was a tough period for Rush because Caress of Steel didnt do that well commercially, but we were really happy with it and wanted to develop that style. A lot of the early stuff I'm really proud of, Lee told Raw mag. Caress of Steel can often be seen as an album of firsts. It is without a doubt Rushs first true foray into the realm of progressive rock. It is also their first album to contain a side-long epic and a song longer than 10 minutes. However, it was also their first and only commercial failure, leading to the album as a whole being cast aside by both the band and critics. Though songs such as Bastille Day and Lakeside Park are considered classics the latter was even played during Rushs farewell tour, R40, the remaining tracks are often seen as too complex or too ambitious. Nevetheless, the a. When Rush finished their third album, Caress of Steel, the trio was assured that they had created their breakthrough masterpiece. But when the album dropped off the charts soon after its release, it proved otherwise. While it was Rush's first release that fully explored their prog rock side, it did not contain the catchy and more traditional elements of their future popular work - it's quite often too indulgent and pretentious for a mainstream rock audience to latch onto. Rush Caress of Steel. Buy from