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Rush Signed Record Album (3) – COA BASGo Back
A Farewell to Kings is the fifth studio album by Canadian rock band Rush, released in September 1977 by Anthem Records. After touring their previous album 2112 (1976), which saw the group reach a new critical and commercial peak, they started work on a follow-up. They decided to record at Rockfield Studios in Wales, the first time Rush recorded an album outside of Toronto. The band expanded their sound with each member playing new instruments that they had not previously used and recorded a mix of concise and long songs.
A Farewell to Kings reached No. 11 in Canada and helped the group to break through internationally, reaching inside the top-40 in the UK and the US for the first time. “Closer to the Heart” was released as the album’s first single, which reached No. 36 in the UK. Rush toured the album from August 1977 to June 1978 which saw the group headline major venues across Canada and tour the UK.
Offered here is “A Farewell To Kings” album signed by Neil Peart and according to Drummerworld. He was also regarded as one of the finest practitioners of the in-concert drum solo. Initially inspired by Keith Moon and Geddy Lee’s high-register vocal style has always been a signature of the band and Alex Lifeson Lifeson as a guitarist is best known for his signature riffing, electronic effects, and processing, unorthodox chord structures, and a copious arsenal of equipment used over the years. Signatures signed black felt and grade (10). Record included. Authentication: Beckett Full Letter.