Curiously, the song was always performed in concert — often in a medley, and usually near the end of the final encore — until the 1992 Roll the Bones Tour, when it was dropped. In live performances, the line "Hey, baby, it's a quarter to eight" was often altered to include a woman's name in place of the word "baby."
The St. Louis Classic rock radio station KSHE used to play the song every Friday night at 7:45 ("a quarter to eight").
Song: In the Mood
Label: Moon Records/Mercury Records
Geddy Lee: Vocals/Bass
Alex Lifeson: Guitar
John Rutsey: Drums/Percussion
- All the World's a Stage
- Difference: Part of a Medley with "Fly by Night"
- Grace Under Pressure Tour
- Difference: Part of a medley with "Finding My Way"
- Different Stages
- Difference: Live
- It was played in every tour up until "Roll the Bones"
- Starting in the early 80's Geddy Lee would put a girls name instead of "baby"
- It is one of the few Rush songs to use a cowbell
- It is the only Rush song to use a cowbell with John Rutsey as the drummer