As one of the most distinctive vocalists in rock, Geddy Lee simply had to be the voice of his own memoir. The singer and bassist of the Canadian power trio Rush is known for his vocal range, but his delivery is surprisingly consistent here. Between stories of the band's forty-year career on the road and in the studio, Lee also shares the story of his parents, who survived the Holocaust, and the agony of watching his bandmate and friend Neil Peart die of brain cancer in 2020. Even in those powerful passages, Lee rarely lets emotion creep into his straightforward narration. He does, however, allow his sense of humor to break through, chuckling when he recounts the band's misadventures and lovingly imitating his mother's Yiddish accent. D.B. © AudioFile 2023, Portland, Maine [Published: DECEMBER 2023]
Trade Ed. Harper Audio 2023
DD ISBN 9780063159433 $27.99
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