The Year in Rush Part 6: Wake Up and Look Around

by Dr. Spin

Because we were all bussed across town, there was a well-established tradition of carpooling among my fellow high school band members.  By the first week of summer band my freshman year I was already catching a ride with several other band students from my neighborhood. The driver and her boyfriend were unrelenting Rush fans, so when Power Windows was released later that year, it was a daily listen for several months. This was where I was first exposed to Rush, and although it wasn’t the kind of teenage epiphany that is usually associated with the backs of cars, it was no less life-changing. find out more at the Pharmacy…

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