Carnegie Hall 1970 Live (Remastered) Neil Young
Subgenre: Classic Rock
Artist: Neil Young
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- 1Down by the River (Live)04:57
- 2Cinnamon Girl (Live)03:34
- 3I Am a Child (Live)02:50
- 4Expecting to Fly (Live)04:02
- 5The Loner (Live)05:25
- 6Wonderin' (Live)02:22
- 7Helpless (Live)04:48
- 8Southern Man (Live)04:32
- 9Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing (Live)05:13
- 10Sugar Mountain (Live)08:21
- 11On the Way Home (Live)03:25
- 12Tell Me Why (Live)03:10
- 13Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Live)03:04
- 14Old Man (Live)03:31
- 15After the Gold Rush (Live)05:14
- 16Flying on the Ground is Wrong (Live)04:37
- 17Cowgirl in the Sand (Live)03:49
- 18Don't Let it Bring You Down (Live)03:01
- 19Birds (Live)03:03
- 20Bad Fog of Loneliness (Live)02:24
- 21Ohio (Live)03:17
- 22See the Sky About to Rain (Live)03:40
- 23Dance Dance Dance (Live)03:01
Info for Carnegie Hall 1970 Live (Remastered)
Finally the release of Neil Young's Carnegie Hall 1970. Young has selected this concert he played at New York’s Carnegie Hall on December 4th, 1970 as the inaugural release from his Official Bootleg series. The show rounded off a seminal year for Young who had released the After The Gold Rush record just 3 months earlier in September which followed on from the Déjà Vu album he recorded as part of Crosby, Still, Nash and Young in March of the same year.
This show is a never before heard recording with Young playing solo on vocals, acoustic guitar, piano and harmonica. Young played two solo acoustic shows at Carnegie Hall that week. “Listening to existing bootlegs, it seems that all the bootleggers got the second Carnegie Hall show,” Young writes on the Neil Young Archives. “There was one at 8:00 pm and one at midnight [about 27 hours later]. No one got that first one — the first time I walked onstage at Carnegie Hall, blowing my own 25-year-old mind.” Change happens fast. At Carnegie Hall, I hear myself doing a new song, one about my ranch I had just moved to – ‘Old Man.’ Time flies.
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