Rush bassist and singer Geddy Lee talked in a latest interview shared by Various Nation, and revealed if they’ve influenced by marijuana when writing the songs for Rush.

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Marijuana and Rush? By no means. Outrageous idea. ‘A Passage to Bangkok’ is nearly a prepare, man! It’s not about anything. [Laughs.] Yeah pay attention, I’m actually completely happy that marijuana is being legalized right here.

It ought to be legalized all over the place and it’s not going away. It makes individuals completely happy, it eases individuals’s ache, and extra importantly, it eases individuals’s boredom. So extra energy to it.”

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Again in April 2019, Geddy spoke with uDiscover to share his opinion on who the best bass guitar participant of all time. Right here’s what he stated:

“Judging bass gamers is basically in regards to the context of that bass participant. If I needed to decide the very best jazz/fusion bassist of all time, after all, it could be Jaco Pastorius.

If I used to be to select the best progressive rock bassist of all time, it must be Chris Squire with out query.

For a pure rock bassist, I believe between John Paul Jones and Jack Bruce. You’d must have a playoff, and Jack’s not with us sadly, so I assume the crown goes to John Paul Jones.

I believe it’s all about context, it’s very onerous to select one man and say, ‘He does that the very best.’ If we take a look at Flea’s taking part in for his type of music, I imply, it’s implausible, he’s a tremendous participant, I’ve nice respect for his bass taking part in. However how are you going to evaluate that to what Chris Squire did? It’s an entire completely different style.”

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