Rush - Not Fade Away / You Can't Fight It album flac
Title: Not Fade Away / You Can't Fight It
Style: Hard Rock
MP3 album: 1501 mb
FLAC album: 1919 mb
Other formats: AHX MMF MP3 AA AUD DMF MIDI
Holly and the Crickets recorded the song in Clovis, New Mexico, on May 27, 1957, the same day the song "Everyday" was recorded.
You Can't Fight It. 2:52. I have seen about 15 of the rare 45's and have noticed that they all have a small pressing defect on the song "Not Fade Away" (you can see it, and there are a few small pops). I read somewhere that all the pressings have this and it is one of the ways to know its authentic. Both of the copies I own have it, and obviously its in the same place on all the copies. My observation is if your copy does not have this then it is not genuine. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
You Can’t Fight It’ actually figures prominently as Rush’s first original recording. on what is now a very collectible seven-inch single on the band’s own Moon Records. Martin Popoff, Contents Under Pressure. Geddy and John Rutsey wrote this one. I think it came about in 1971. It was a fun tune to play, especially in the bars late at night. We would never play it early in our show; we’d always do it in the second set or the last set, when everybody was feeling pretty spirited, in both senses of the word. You had to be under three minutes to get on the radio in 1973, and ‘You Can’t Fight It’ fit. Like ‘Not Fade Away,’ I thought this recording was a little tame. I thought so then, and I’ve always thought so. But it’s what we did at the time. It was supposed to be on our first album, but we dropped it. I think we took off three or four songs that were going to be on the album.
You Can't Fight It is an under three minute energetic hard rock number, pretty similar in style to Not Fade Away, or to what they'd do next in their eponymous debut, a year later. Again, emphasis is placed on Geddy's signature vocals and Lifeson's explosive soloing, both the highlights in this release. Their pink lettered self-titled album would further develop this primitive hard rock sound, showing some of the band's versatility with more blues oriented tracks and different song lengths. Musically, there's not much here but a jubilant, hopeful effort. Nowadays, this single is a collector's item and really valuable due to its rarity. So, if you can get it, you will automatically enter the Rush fandom elite.
They recorded the song in Clovis, New Mexico, on May 27, 1957, the same day the song "Everyday" was recorded.
Rush Not Fade Away You Can 39 T Fight It. Rush Not Fade Away Rare First Single. Rush You Can 39 T Fight It First Single On Moon Records. Format. Not Fade Away er en singel utgitt av det kanadiske progressiv rockebandet Rush. Den var deres debutsingel og ble utgitt i 1973 på bandets eget plateselskap, Moon Records. Not Fade Away er en cover av Buddy Hollys sang. Ingen av sangene på singelen har blitt utgitt på CD. Sporliste. You Can't Fight It. Besetning. Geddy Lee – sang, bass. Alex Lifeson – gitar, sang. John Rutsey – trommer. php?title Not Fade Away&oldid 8617280. Kategorier: Singler fra 1973.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A||Not Fade Away
Written By – Petty-HardinWritten-By – Hardin*, Petty*
|B||You Can't Fight It
Written By – Lee-RutseyWritten-By – Lee*, Rutsey*
- Published By – Melody Lane Publications, Inc.
- Published By – Core Music
- Arranged By [Arr:] – Rush
- Producer, Engineer – David Stock
NotesUnofficial reissue pressed on clear red vinyl with a slight marble effect.
Only 200 pressed 100 in red as this release, 100 in black also pressed.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Rights Society: CAPAC
|MN 001||Rush||Not Fade Away / You Can't Fight It (7", Single)||Moon Records||MN 001||Canada||1973|
|SCD-01||Rush||Not Fade Away / You Can't Fight It (CDr, Single, Unofficial)||Syrinx||SCD-01||UK||2016|
|MN 001||Rush||Not Fade Away / You Can't Fight It (7", Single, Ltd, Unofficial)||Moon Records||MN 001||Unknown|