Byline: STEVE HEISLER CORRESPONDENT
TAMPA -- In shifting its emphasis because of a personal tragedy, Canada's greatest art-rock export demonstrates that its intense, lyrical approach to complex tunes works as well in 2002 as when guitarist Alex Lifeson, bassist and vocalist Geddy Lee, and drummer Neal Peart combined forces in 1968.
The trio's redirection was pushed, to an extent, by time apart following the deaths of Peart's wife and daughter in the late-'90s.
Peart used a cross-country motorcycle journey to sort his own thoughts while his band mates coped.
"I didn't pick up a guitar for about a year after (Peart's daughter) Selena's …