Fun Cards 1974 Topps, 1974 Kellogg’s, and 1975 Topps Rush
What’s your favorite Rush album?
To be honest, I don’t have one. I’m not a huge fan. Never have been. I remember one of my guitar teachers in high school was a huge Rush fan, and tried to teach me a couple of songs, but they just never clicked with me.
The original drummer for Rush was John Rutsey. He played on the band’s debut 1974 album, which included the songs “What You’re Doing” and “Working Man.” It is more of a hard rock album in the vein of Led Zeppelin than the progressive sound they became famous for.
It’s a good bet that Geddy Lee would have been the band member to be featured in Kellogg’s “3-D Super Stars” set back in the day, if they focused on rockers instead of ballers.
The impetus for this post, however, is Neil Peart. Peart, one of the greatest drummers in rock history and the primary lyricist for the band after joining in mid-1974 (his first studio record with the group was 1975’s Fly By Night), passed away January 7 from glioblastoma.
I’ve listened to some Rush over the past couple of days, and they’re starting to grow on me. I’ll never be as big a fan as my guitar teacher, but I won’t automatically change the radio station when their songs come on either.
Posted on January 12, 2020, in baseball, baseball cards, goodbye, music and tagged 1974 Kellogg's, 1974 Topps, 1975 Topps, Alex Lifeson, fun cards, Geddy Lee, John Rutsey, music fun cards, Neil Peart, Rush. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.