Sunday, August 27, 2017

Neil Young - Live and Rare (STU/FLAC)


(Studio FLAC)

Label: YELLOW CAT Made In: japan

RARE ORIGINAL CD - 13 RARE TRACKS WITH GUESTS 

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Price: $48.30 

Category: ROCK 

Media: CD 
Records in set: 1 

Label: YELLOW CAT 
Release Number: 023 
Manufactured: JP JAPAN 
Release Date: 12/31/94

01. Mr. Soul (Young) 5:02
02. Cinammon Girl (Young) w/Crazy Horse - 
Great Woods, Massachusettes 1986 3:23
03. If You Got Love (Young) - "Human Highway" LP outtake 3:20
04. Amber Jean (Young) w/International Harvesters, Nashville 1985 3:42
05. Baby What You Want Me To Do (J.Reed) 6:57
06. Things I Used To Do (Trad.) 4:14
07. Sweet Little Rock And Roller / Nadine - Medley (C.Berry) 
w/G.E.Smith and the Michael Bloomfield Band - The Ritz, NY 9:25
08. My My Hey Hey (Young) 2:46
09. Worried Man Blues (Trad.) w/Devo from the film "Human Highway" 4:08
10. American Woman (Bachman/Cummings/Kale/Petersen) 6:41
11. Just Like Tom Thumb Blues (Dylan) 5:34
12. Down By The River (Young) ll:58
13. Takin' Care Of Business (Bachman) w/Guess Who, The Devrons & The Squires 
Winnipeg,Manitoba "Shakin' All Over 25 Year Reunion Party" 6:30

Total time of CD: 73:47

From the Booklet liner notes : 
"Neil Young is an incredibly diverse musician and individual. One look at his solo catalogue, and a more careful investigation into the many musical styles & motifs represented by that catalog will easily prove this point. He can play the tastiest blues licks, the grungiest power chords, the tightest little rock and roll arrangements and some of the best country twang ..... all wherever the mood strikes.Over the years, Neil has also gained the reputation of a rocker who likes to lend a hand to his fellow musician when the opportunity arises. Most folks in the industry, then, are quick to return the favour if Neil ever asks for their support or help on a song, a concert or a film project. Knowing his sense for fun & adventure, and his eye for quality, anyone who works with Neil can assume that the finished product will probably turn out extremley well ... or that at least they'll have a blast at making it happen.

So this CD show's off some examples of Neil's work; mostley with his friends. The first 2 tracks offer Neil with long time cronies "Crazy Horse"; captured live here in 1986 at Great Wood in Massachusettes in the U.S. Track 3 features Neil all on his own in an outtake from the original "Trans" LP, when it still carried the titleto the [unreleased] film "Human Highway". Tracks 8 & 9, incidentally, are Neil's jam's with Devo, taken directley from the soundtrack to that film. Neil shows off his country side on track 4 in concert with the International Harvesters in Nashville in 1985. Neil takes the stage with G.E.Smith & the late Michael Bloomfield's former band as they play tribute to Bloomfield during this performance at The Ritz in New York.The closing segment of the disk is, in my opinion, the most historic. In 1990, a musican who had played in a regional rock band in the sixties organised a benefit concert at Calvin High School, his alma mater, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. He called upon all the famous, and not so famous musical alumni of the school to see if they could lend a hand to 
this musical high school reunion. The call back to Calvin High Schoolcaught the ears of it's most famous students. 

Neil Young (Former member of "The Squires"), 
Burton Cummings (Of "The Devrons")
and Randy Bachman ("Chad Allen & The Expressions") 
were among the dozens of Musicians who reunited with their old bands from the sixties and, inevitably, with one another. 
The last four tracks are taken from this incredible event which took place at the local concert hall in Winnipeg and it includes jams on two Guess Who classics, a Randy Bachman solo number, a Neil classic & a Bob Dylan oldie.

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