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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by Uke, Jan 10, 2020.
Neil Peart's car collection is going up for auction at Pebble Beach.
No word on his bikes.
Yep, and I call dibs on the Cobra. None of you MFrs better outbid me
Sorry I'm breaking open the piggy bank - you might as well stay home and weep.
Don’t know if this has been said yet - The rush documentary on Netflix (rush: beyond the lighted stage) is worth watching.
Having read Neil’s books - I felt a strong connection.
Is Neil's book, Far and Wide: Bring That Horizon to Me, a decent introduction to his writing?
I’d start with Ghost Rider
Loved that book. I don't cry alot, but, bring a tissue.
Ugh, 2020 sucked. Started with Neil and ended with EVH.
I'm going to go against the grain here - I thought that book was terrible. So much so I never finished it, it bored me that much. Which is a pity as his life story is so interesting. And I say that as a massive Rush/Neil fan.
That was an impressive arrangement. The biggest Rush nerds in high school were always the band guys.
My daughter is in her college marching band and was blown away by this show. The complexity of the music and marching was amazing. Her band does a different show every game, but they do not do anything at this level.
WOW! Speechless. I'm sure Ged and Al never expected this kind of thing back in the day. They were just being Rush with no compromises. I guess it paid off...
Glad I finished it as it gets pretty good and uplifting at the end.
I really tried. When the book changed to writing letters to prison, he truly lost me. I simply did not find his writing or travel exciting. Which surprised me as his song writing and drumming blows my mind. Honestly, I don't mean to be negative - what a talented guy he was. It's just that the book didn't do it for me. Elspeth Beard, Ted Simon, Austin Vince et al. would be more my style.