Roll the Bones: Liner Notes

Alex Lifeson – Electric and acoustic guitars, backing vocals
Neil Peart – Drums and cymbals
Geddy Lee – Bass guitar, vocals, synthesizers

Produced by Rupert Hine and Rush
Engineered by Stephen W. Tayler
Arrangements by Rush and Rupert Hine

Recorded February-May, 1991, at Le Studio, Morin Heights, assisted by Simon Pressey;
McClear Place, Toronto, assisted by Paul Seeley; and mixed at Nomis Studios, London,
assisted by Ben Darlow

Additional keyboards and background vocals by Rupert Hine
Preproduction work at Chalet Studio, by Lerxst Sound, assisted by Everett Ravestein
Mastered by Bob Ludwig, Masterdisk NYC
Management by Ray Danniels, SRO Management Inc., Toronto
Executive Production by Anthem Records: Liam Birt
Art Direction and Design by Hugh Syme
Portraits by Andrew MacNaughtan
Photography by Scarpati
Digitals by Joe Berndt

Special thanks to those who keep us “rolling”: At Shallow Studio–The Koopster, David, Röb, Caroline, Logger, the War Room, Chester Sight & Sound, CNN, The Psychedelic Shack, The Sugar Shack, Johnny Abdul, the birds. At Le Studio–Richard, Simon, Linda, Francine, Benoît d’Arleaux, Steve, Dave, Anne-Marie, New England Digital (Nick how-about-a-credit?), and a belated thank you to Pippa. At SRO–Ray, Pegi, Sheila, Kim, Evelyn, Laura. On the road–Tour manager and lighting director: Howard Ungerleider, President and stage manager: Liam Birt, Production manager: Nick Kotos, Concert sound engineer: Robert Scovill, Stage left tech: Skip Gildersleeve, Center stage tech: Larry Allen, Stage right tech: Jim Johnson, Keyboard Tech: Tony Geranios, Monitor engineer: Bill Chrysler, and also some of the other “old campaigners”: Billy Collins, Matt Druzbik, , Jack Funk, Tom Hartman, Ted Leamy, Brad Madix, Mac MacLear, Mike McLoughlin, George Steinert, Mike Weiss, Tom Whittaker, and Mr. Big (band and crew). At home–perpetual thanks and appreciation to our families, who are always there to catch us when we stop rolling…

Brought to you buy the letter “B.”

We appreciate continuing technical assistance from Saved By Technology, Wal basses, Paul Reed Smith guitars, Gallien-Kruger, Ludwig drums, Avedis Zildjian cymbals, and–The Omega Concern.

“Now it’s dark.”

© 1991 Atlantic Records © 1991 Anthem Entertainment

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~ by rvkeeper on January 16, 2011.

 
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