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"…he was quite possibly the greatest rock bassist of all time. I don’t think it’s a stretch to say that"
It’s been over three years since Rush played the final show of their 40th anniversary tour at The Forum in Los Angeles, California.
By all accounts, that set could very well end up being the last of the Canadian trio’s career - guitarist Alex Lifeson himself admitting that after 50 years they had “no plans to tour or record anymore” and were “basically done”. 
Today, bassist/singer/keyboardist Geddy Lee finds himself in London to promote his latest venture - Geddy Lee’s Big Beautiful Book Of Bass, which encompasses the instrument itself as well as the players that came to define it - more on that later.
I have no idea what it will be, now that the book is done, I need some time to get to know myself again as a player and see what I feel like creating
“Basically, in my time since that show, I’m up to this book…” says the progressive-rock visionary.
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