Signals: Liner Notes

Geddy Lee:
Bass guitar, synthesizers, vocals, Pitcher

Alex Lifeson:
Electric and acoustic guitars, Taurus pedals, First Base

Neil Peart:
Drums and percussion, Third Base

Produced by Rush and Terry Brown, Left Field
Arrangements by Rush and Terry Brown
Recorded and mixed at Le Studio, April, May, June, and July 1982
Engineered by Paul Northfield, Centre Field (a regular Albert One-Stone)
Assisted by Robbie Whelan Right Field
Digitally mastered by JVC
Special guest performance by Ben Mink, electric violins on Losing It, appears courtesy of FM

Art direction, graphics, and cover concept by Hugh Syme
Photography by Deborah Samuel
Compact disc redesigned by Stve Kleinberg
Hydrant courtesy of the Department of Public Works, TORONTO

Management by Ray Danniels, SRO Productions, TORONTO
Executive Production by Moon Records

Road Manager and Lighting Director: Howard Ungerleider
Concert Sound Engineer: Jon Erickson
Stage Managers: Nick Kotos and Liam Birt, Shortstop
Stage Right Technician and Crew Chief: William B. Birt
Stage Left Technician: Skip Gildersleeve
Centre Stage Technician: Larry Allen, Coach and Catcher
Guitar and Synthesizer Maintenance: Tony Geranios Second Base
Stage Monitor Mixer: Steve Byron
Concert Security: Ian Grandy
Concert Projectionist: Lee Tenner
Personal Shreve-of-all Trades: Kevin Flewitt

Concert Sound by National Sound: Tom Linthicum, Fuzzy Frazer, and Dave Berman
Concert Lighting by See Factor International: Nick Kotos, Mike Weiss, Jeffrey Thomas McDonald, Mark Shane
Busheads and Truckfaces: Tom Whittaker, Billy Barlow, Lance Vaughn, PatLynes, Arthur MacLear, Red McBrine, Bob Hoeschel

Most Valuable Persons: At Le Studio; André, Yaël, Paul Robbie, Richard, Solange, Nancy, Lina, Awesome André Moreau and Michel; Al, Pat, Jill, and Maria at The Baldwins; The Embers at Settlers Bay; Warren Cromartie and the Montreal Expos’; Intellivision Baseball; The Ziv Orchestra; Trevor and the Commons Hotel; Trevors Tramps (34-15); the Griffin family and the people of NASA; Mr. O. Scar for pre-production work; Bill Churchman; all the Oak Manoroids at SRO

Special Awards for Technical Assistance: John Kaes and See Factor, Ted Veneman, Richard Ealey, Ron Shaughnessy, the Music Shoppe TORONTO, the inflationary Ted McDonald, the Percussion Centre FORT WAYNE, Tama drums, Avedis Zildjian cymbals

A fond farewell and best wishes to Michael Hirsh and Greg Connolly

Mercury/Polygram, September 9, 1982
© 1982 Mercury Records © 1982 Anthem Entertainment

~ by rvkeeper on January 10, 2011.

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