Lifeson guitarist appears on the track One Day, a song from The Mute Gods’ third album, Atheists & Believers.
“I was a huge fan of Rush and would listen to their music ad nauseam as a teenager,” says Beggs. “And the strange world we both inhabit, our paths crossed on a number of occasions, professionally and socially. When this came around I had the opportunity to ask him if he wanted to do something together and he said, ‘Send me some stuff’. So I did and he went, ‘I really like this.’
Lifeson sent in a 12-string acoustic part, originally composed for the song’s outro section. But it prompted Beggs to overhaul the whole track.
“I liked what he did so much that I re-edited the whole track and put the outro as the intro, just broke everything down. So now the whole thing starts with me singing with his acoustic guitar. It was just a gift.”
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- Rush - Hemispheres - EX - UK - vinyl LP - £25.00, $30.75, €29.25 (New Item) (arrived 01-Dec-2022 17:29)on December 5, 2022 at 3:49 pm
RUSH Hemispheres (1978 UK 4-track vinyl LP with 'brain' picture labels, the epic sixth album from the Canadian prog trio including the surprise hit single The Trees, the standout instrumental La Villa Strangiato and the 18+ minute strong Cygnus X-1 Book II taking up the whole of side one. The gatefold picture sleeve has a little light edgewear and the vinyl remains in excellent condition showing only light signs of play)
- Rush - Hemispheres - Tour Of The Hemispheres - UK - tour programme - £45.00, $55.35, €52.65 (New Item) (arrived 14-Nov-2022 12:52)on December 5, 2022 at 3:49 pm
RUSH Hemispheres - Tour Of The Hemispheres (Official 1979 UK twenty four page 8½" x 11" tour programme, packed with superb photographs along with band member information, discography, UK & European tour dates & a 'behind the scenes' article by Sounds' Geoff Barton, as well as a page dedicated to the support act Max Webster. The cover has some light scuffs and general light wear, otherwise remains in a really nice condition)
- Rush - Moving Pictures - US - vinyl LP - £35.00, $43.05, €40.95 (New Item) (arrived 09-Nov-2022 17:18)on December 5, 2022 at 3:49 pm
RUSH Moving Pictures (1981 US Columbia House Club Edition 7-track vinyl LP, the eighth studio album by the Canadian pioneers & their best-selling & arguably best known album. Housed in a pasted picture sleeve with 'CRC' printed on the reversein the bottom right corner, and has no deletion marks, with the lyric printed inner. The sleeve displays some light general wear, the inner has a couple of small splits and the vinyl has only light paper scuffs but little signs of play, an Excellent example and the first we have ever seen!)
- Rush - All The World's A Stage - Canadian - 2-LP vinyl set - £25.00, $30.75, €29.25 (New Item) (arrived 10-Nov-2022 10:46)on December 5, 2022 at 3:49 pm
RUSH All The World's A Stage (1977 Canadian issue 12-track Anthem label double vinyl LP which was recorded live at Toronto's Massey Hall over three nights in June 1976. The tri-fold picture sleeve with some minor ringwear & shelf scuffing visible however, the vinylremains Excellent with only a few light signs of play ANR-2-1005)
- Rush - A Farewell To Kings - RCA Music Club - US - vinyl LP - £35.00, $43.05, €40.95 (New Item) (arrived 10-Nov-2022 11:04)on December 5, 2022 at 3:49 pm
RUSH A Farewell To Kings (1977 US 'RCA Music Club' 6-track vinyl LP, the fifth studio album including the epic Xanadu featuring early keyboard exploits for the band, the set regular sing-a-long single Closer To The Heart and the lesser played classic Cygnus X-1. Housed in a gatefold picture sleeve with 'Mfd by RCA Music Service' address and 'R131992' catalogue number on the reverse, complete with original picture inner. The sleeve has no deletion mark but displays some light visible signs of wear/corner wear, whilst the vinyl shows some light evidence of play. A nice example of this great album from the Rush early days!)