Dandylion Music Talk: Neil Young (Was: What Are You Listening To Or Watching Today?)

From: "Dandylion Music Talk" <talk@dandylionrecords.com>
Date: October 5th 2021

Carnegie is the first release of an official bootleg series (taken from multitracks) He did also release a couple shows from this period in the last year or 2



I have the Live on Sugar Mountain boot which was released in early ’71.  Although it was an audience recoding virtually released right after the show itself back in the day it was one of the “must have” boots, the other two being Dylan’s Basement Tapes and the Stones ’69 MSG show



Thanks for reminding me that the Carnegie Hall Concert was recently released. My brother had purchased the bootleg LP version of this concert, but a different show than this recording. It was a 2 album set titled "Thanks For Coming Down".. as I recall. The sound quality for a bootleg LP was very good. He purchased another one and it was really poor quality, and I had doubts if it was even Neil himself. His guitar playing has gotten more nuanced. Neil's singing is great, but I do prefer his older, less high pitched vocals more. Great set, wonderful performance.



Sorry but I was in error about the bootleg LP titled "Glad Y'all Came Down". It was not a recording from Carnegie Hall, though there were bootlegs out for the other performance Neil did there. The double disc was recorded at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion LA Music Center, Los Angeles, CA on 1st February 1971. Ooops ! Too long ago for my brain.



The new Neil Young Live At Carnegie Hall 1970. It's a solo acoustic show. This is my favorite Neil period, & like the other released shows from this era, it's excellent.



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