40 years ago today (9/29/76), Rush released their double live album All the World’s a Stage. The album was recorded at Massey Hall in Toronto on June 11, 12, and 13 during their 2112 tour. This is Rush’s first US Top 40-charting album and went gold, and features five of the seven parts of “2112” and a close to 12 minute take on the early classic “”By-Tor & the Snow Dog.” According to the liner notes, this live album (Rush’s first) marks the end of the “first chapter of Rush”, and would begin a trend of Rush releasing a live album after every four studio albums. This lasted until 2003, when the band released a live album and DVD of each subsequent studio album’s tour. Listen to “Working Man/Finding My Way” live from the recording.