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- Zivojinovich, OC (born 27 August 1953), better known by his stage name Alex Lifeson (/ˈlaɪfsən/), is a Canadian musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer...
- Canadian rock band made up of Geddy Lee (b****, vocals, keyboards), Alex Lifeson (guitars), and Neil Peart (drums, percussion, lyrics). Formed in 1968,...
- Steel. The band members had enjo**** writing and recording the album, but Lifeson recalled the group in a state of confusion after the tour, sensing the...
- Neil Peart. In March 1974, the original Rush line-up of guitarist Alex Lifeson, drummer John Rutsey, and singer and b****ist Geddy Lee released their self-titled...
- and was a student at St. Paschals School. Whereas Geddy Lee and Alex Lifeson were listening to bands such as Yes, Pink Floyd and Genesis, Rutsey drew...
- already been booked. The band adopted its usual working method of Lee and Lifeson working on music while Peart worked on lyrics. News stories from the Toronto-based...
- first year of his daughter's life. With their free time, guitarist Alex Lifeson recorded his debut solo album Victor and drummer and lyricist Neil Peart...
- shape. Lifeson said it was to get "a feel for each other's frame of mind. We needed to see if everybody was really up for it".. Lee and Lifeson said that...
- before these sessions had begun. Lee and Lifeson sorted through jams recorded at soundchecks on tour and Lifeson's own tapes of ideas to ****emble music...
- bandmates that they should "consider [him] retired", leaving guitarist Alex Lifeson and Lee facing the possibility of the album being Rush's last. The album...
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