NEIL YOUNG ARCHIVES (1 Viewer)

Lord Damian

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can it be true? it sure as fuck is.

KEY DATA
Tentative Release Date:
November 14th, 2006
Orders Due:
November 1st, 2006
Producers:
Paul Rothchild
File Under:
Rock


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Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Winterlong
Down By The River
Wonderin’
Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown
Cowgirl In The Sand

· The first release from Neil Young’s long awaited Archive Performance series is here with Live At The Fillmore East. In 2006, Neil Young delivered another hit album, Living With War, and toured with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Thirty-six years earlier in 1970, Young toured with CSN&Y and released his platinum album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, after which he performed a series of shows at New York City’s then-new Fillmore East with his band Crazy Horse. That concert finally makes its official debut in the annals of rock history with Live At The Fillmore East, and the circle is unbroken for one of rock’s greatest singer-songwriters.

· Live At The Fillmore East includes an extended “Down By The River” and a 16-minute “Cowgirl In The Sand” (which has previously appeared only on a ’90s import). Country barnburner “Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown” would later be heard on 1975’s Tonight’s The Night live album. 1977’s Decade collection contained a studio take of the countrified folk-rocker “Winterlong.
 

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hmmm - the "Archives" v. "Archive Performance Series"....maybe not what i'm thinking.

either way...Yippee!
 

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Live at Massey Hall (Toronto) - due for release in March.

COOL

i think i may have heard the audio for this (i believe Gary may have posted links to this in the downloads thread) but there will be a DVD as well.

can't wait.
 

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Live at Massey Hall (Toronto) - due for release in March.

COOL

i think i may have heard the audio for this (i believe Gary may have posted links to this in the downloads thread) but there will be a DVD as well.

can't wait.


That's cool alright yeah BUT....more live stuff.....pfff......what I REALLY fucking want is cleaned up versions of the tracks on the 5CD bootleg Archives Be Damned thing and whatever else he has hidden away.

Evening Coconut deserves to be as well known as Like A Hurricane!
 

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Finally got hold of a copy of the Fillmore thing the other day. It's fantastic. Looking forward to the next one ..
 

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That's cool alright yeah BUT....more live stuff.....pfff......what I REALLY fucking want is cleaned up versions of the tracks on the 5CD bootleg Archives Be Damned thing and whatever else he has hidden away.

Evening Coconut deserves to be as well known as Like A Hurricane!
you'll take the scraps Neil throws us and LIKE IT!!!!!!

i'd love to hear unreleased studio shit as well...especially tracks where he might start yelling at, say, the Horse, or outtakes from Harvest where he'd flip on Buttrey for playing more than "boom-boom-tak"....

heh heh...very innerestin'.
 

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seconded. what am i looking at/for?

A shed load of Neil Young bootlegs/compilations (deadly link, but it is quite slow and goes down a lot, so be patient!)

such as this one:

Archives Be Damned (ABD) 2000 is a compilation of songs from throughout Neil Young's career that have never been on albums and are not available today. It is an update of the original ABD with some songs removed because they are now on albums and dozens added. It is re-mastered re-sequenced, and includes a couple of tunes I had never heard before embarking on this project.



ARCHIVES BE DAMNED 2K

Disc One
1) Born to Run (rehearsals 1990)
2) Forever Young (San Francisco 11-3-91)
3) Bad Fog of Loneliness (Studio 1973)
4) It Might Have Been (Cincinnati 2-25-70)
5) Everybody’s Alone (San Francisco 2-19-70)
6) War Song (Studio 1972)
7) Johnny (NYC 10-1-83, played on the PA after the show)
8) Goodbye Dick (Uniondale, N.Y. 8-14-74)
9) Pushed It Over the End (Chicago 8-27-74)
10) Everything Is Broken (Mountain View 10-28-89)
11) Ordinary People (Wantagh, N.Y. 8-27-88)
12) Farmers’ Song (Bristow, Va. 9-12-99)
13) Berlin (West Berlin 10-19-82)
14) Nothing Is Perfect (St. Paul 9-1-85)
15) Come Along and Say You Will (Toronto 1-15-73)

Disc Two
1) If You Got Love (Goteburg 10-8-82)
2) Sweet Joni (Bakersfield 3-11-73)
3) There Goes My Babe (studio demo 1966)
4) Dance, Dance, Dance (London 2-23-71)
5) Soul of a Woman (Dallas 7-15-83)
6) Your Love Is Good to Me (Santa Cruz 2-6-84 early)
7) Do You Wanna Dance? (Dayton 9-18-83)
8) Hello Lonely Woman (Wantagh, N.Y. 8-27-88)
9) Lady Wingshot (Eureka, CA 2-18-89)
10) Fool for Your Love (Detroit 9-4-88)
11) Aurora (single demo 7-23-63)
12) Live to Ride (7-3-93)
13) Big Room (Santa Cruz 11-2-87 late)
14) So Tired (Santa Cruz 2-7-84 late)
15) Grey Riders (St. Paul 9-1-85)
16) Rock, Rock, Rock (Santa Cruz 2-7-84 late)
17) Bright Sunny Day (Clarkston, Mich. 9-18-78)
18) Leavin' the Top Forty Behind (Studio 1985)
19) I Ain’t Got the Blues (demo Nov 1965)

ARCHIVES BE DAMNED 2K

Disc Three:
1) Love Hotel (Birmingham, U.K. 9-24-82)
2) Kansas (Oakland 3-20-99)
3) Homefires (Upper Darby, Pa. 3-24-92)
4) Love Art Blues (Seattle 7-9-74)
5) Separate Ways (Torhout 7-3-93)
6) Crime of the Heart (Albuquerque 10-25-88)
7) Bad News (Wantagh, N.Y. 8-27-88)
8) Stranger in Paradise (Mountain View 11-6-93)
9) Run Around Babe (demo Nov. 1965)
10) Find Another Shoulder (Santa Cruz 11-2-87)
11) Your Love Again (outtake 1985)
12) Guilty Train (Boston 11-22-76)
13) Dog House (Detroit 9-4-88)
14) Windward Passage (Santa Cruz 8-22-77)
15) No One Seems to Know (Santa Cruz 1-5-83)
16) Extra, Extra (demo Nov. 1965)
17) Give Me Strength (Chicago 11-15-76 late)
18) Walking After Midnight (N.Y.C. 4-19-88 late)

Disc Four
1) Rainin’ in Paradise (Studio 1982)
2) Amber Jean (Austin 9-25-84)
3) Hawaiian Sunrise (Long Island 9-8-74)
4) One More Sign (Studio 1966)
5) Winter Winds/Turbine (Berkeley 10-3-80)
6) Hillbilly Band (Costa Mesa, Calif. 10-24-84)
7) Modern World (Santa Cruz 5-19-97)
8) Road of Plenty (Minneapolis 10-17-86)
9) Beautiful Bluebird (outtake 1985)
10) High Heels (Santa Cruz 11-2-87)
11) I Shall Be Released (Mountain View 10-30-99)
12) That’s All Right (Dallas 7-15-83)
13) Sultan (single 7-23-63)
14) The Rent Is Always Due (demo Nov.1965)
15) Hitchhiker (Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 6-29-92)
16) Time Off for Good Behavior (outtake 1985)

ARCHIVES BE DAMNED 2K

Disc Five
1) Sixty to Zero (Toronto 8-19-88)
2) Boxcar (Spokane 2-23-89)
3) Traces (Studio 1973)
4) Sad Movies (Koln, Germany 3-20-76)
5) I’m Goin’ (Wantagh, N.Y. 9-27-88)
6) I Wonder Why (Studio 1986)
7) Don’t Pity Me, Babe (demo 1965)
8) Sittin’ on the Dock of the Bay (Santa Cruz 6-13-93)
9) Evening Coconut (Springfield, Mass. 6-27-76)
10) Fingers (Austin 9-25-84)
11) I Wonder (Studio, Winnipeg, 4-23-64?)
12) Mediterranean (Studio, mid-1970s)
13) Greensleeves (NYC 5-16-74)
14) Dead Man, Acoustic Theme (promo, 1995)
 

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A shed load of Neil Young bootlegs/compilations (deadly link, but it is quite slow and goes down a lot, so be patient!)

AWESOME. i wasn't waiting long enough for pages to load.

now, HOW THE F*%K DO I PLAY FLAC FILES?:confused: :)
 

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Yeah, this is what I'm talking about....some of these tracks are really great (such as the groovy Evening Coconut) but the quality lets them down, a lot of them are audience recordings.

Which makes me so frustrated thinking that Mr. Young has "proper" versions hidden away at his ranch. Even a one cd best-of would probably do me at this stage rather than these live cds/dvds he's putting out.

From reading Shakey, the biography by Jimmy McDonagh, I'm sure there are decent studio versions of most of these and all sorts of other goodies.

I love Neil but he's such a prick, he won't even release Time Fades Away on cd!!
 
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