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The March 1976 edition of Creem (America's Only Rock 'n' Roll) Magazine included a two-page article called Rush: Pebbles & Bam-Bam in Alphaville by Rick Johnson. Next comes an article titled How To Click Without Airplay.
Published in the December 22nd, 1976 edition of Variety, this article, sub-titled Canadian Rock Trio, Rush, Brushed Off By Radio Station, But Sells Records is an interesting look back at how Rush, against all odds, did succeed.
A Rush of Sound can be read here: Cover --- Page 1 --- Page 2.
Next up is a short article/review simply titled Rush written by Geoff Barton. Barton is also well known for having penned the "words" behind both the 2112 Tour Book as well as the first volume of Rush: The Words and the Pictures. "The first thing you notice about Rush, according to one observer, is that they're not as gross-looking as Bachman-Turner Overdrive and they have a somewhat lower thud weight than most other Canadian bands.
All three are mentioned in the liner notes from Rush's debut album.
In March of 1975, the Music Canada Quarterly Magazine published a two-page spread on the band titled A Rush of Sound by Cliff Lorimer.
They were all gracious enough to share some of these rare glimpses into the beginnings of Rush, and I'm certain you'll enjoy them as well.
An article titled Rush: Deadly Serious About Their Music, by John Ayearst, was originally published back on March 21, 1974.
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