Archive for October, 2013

The concert begins at 5pm Pacific Time, Saturday October 26 2013.

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Neil Young’s Live At The Cellar Door – originally rumored to be released last month – has now been officially announced for release on December 10, according to a press release issued by Warner Brothers earlier today. The announcement also included what appears to be the cover art for the set, which can be seen in the image above.

Recorded over the course of a six-show solo stand at The Cellar Door in Washington D.C. between November 30th and December 2nd, 1970, Live At The Cellar Door is also the latest installment in the ongoing Neil Young Archives Performance Series (or NYAPS).

The album, recorded by Henry Lewy and produced by Neil Young, features solo acoustic performances of songs from his then current album After The Gold Rush (“Tell Me Why,” “Only Love Can Break Your Heart,” “Birds,” “Don’t Let It Bring You Down” and the title track), as well as gems like a rare version of “Cinnamon Girl” performed solo on piano.

As with Young’s previous releases in the Archives Performance Series, Live At The Cellar Door will be released digitally, on CD, and on 180-gram vinyl (mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering and pressed at Pallas in Germany).

In other Neil Young news, today marks the 35th anniversary of Neil Young’s 1978 album Comes A Time, and we have written an article about it that you can find over on Ultimate Classic Rock.

The track-listing for Live At The Cellar Door is as follows:

Side One:

Tell Me Why
Only Love Can Break Your Heart
After The Gold Rush
Expecting To Fly
Bad Fog Of Loneliness
Old Man

Side Two:

Don’t Let It Bring You Down
See The Sky About To Rain
Cinnamon Girl
I Am A Child
Down By The River
Flying On The Ground Is Wrong

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Okay, so our last attempt at posting live 1976 video with Crazy Horse didn’t go exactly as planned. Since then, we found this gem from the 1976 Budokan shows in Japan on YouTube, and figured we’d give it another try.

We’re being a little quieter about this one, but enjoy while you can.

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