Neil Young – 04/02/2014 – Hollywood, CA

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Neil Young
April 02, 2014
Dolby Theatre
Hollywood, CA

01 Intro
02 From Hank To Hendrix
03 On the Way Home
04 Only Love Can Break Your Heart
05 Love In Mind
06 Philadelphia
07 Mellow My Mind
08 Reason to Believe
09 Someday
10 Changes
11 Harvest
12 Old Man

13 Goin’ Back
14 A Man Needs a Maid
15 Ohio
16 Southern Man
17 Mr. Soul
18 If You Could Read My Mind
19 Harvest Moon
20 After the Gold Rush
21 Heart of Gold
22 Thrasher

Total Time: 112:39

Source: Schoeps CCM4s > Tinybox > Sony PCM-M10 16/44
Mastering (BLG): Adobe Audition > Izotope Ozone 5 > WavePad > xACT > FLAC

 

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Neil Young – 10/22/1978 – San Francisco, CA

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Neil Young
10/22/1978
Cow Palace
San Francisco, CA

Sugar Mountain
I’m A Child
Comes A Time
After The Gold Rush
Thrasher
My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
When You Dance I Can Really Love
The Loner
Welfare Mothers
The Needle And The Damage Done
Lotta Love
Sedan Delivery
Powderfinger
Cortez The Killer
Cinnamon Girl
Like A Hurricane
Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
Tonigh’s The Night

Personnel :

Neil Young – Guitar, Keyboards, Harmonica
Ralph Molina – Drums
Billy Talbot – Bass
Frank “Pancho” Sampedro – Guitar, Keyboards

Recorded at San Francisco’s Cow Palace one October night in 1978, it spotlights Young’s versatility. The talented and magnetic performer switches easily between playing solo on acoustic guitar or piano on tracks like “Sugar Mountain” and “Comes a Time” and totally rocking out with Crazy Horse on “Cinnamon Girl” and the blustery closer “Like a Hurricane.”

Jerry Garcia 10 Disc Compilation

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Jerry Garcia

10 Disc Compilation

by Chris Davis

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 1)—–

1. Cats Under the Stars 3/18/78
2. Love in the Afternoon 11/23/77
3. New York City* 6/4/74
4. Rubin and Cherise 4/10/82
5. Neighbor, Neighbor 8/30/74
6. Heavens Door** 3/11/78
7. Ill Be With Thee 3/18/78
8. Drove Old Dixie Down 7/20/76
9. Ride Mighty High 7/9/76
10. Palm Sunday 3/18/78

* with Alice Stuart on Vocals
** At around 7:23, some guy in the crowd yells, “Nice Ass Donna”; forever to be immortilized on tape as The “nice ass Donna” guy.

–With the season of Jerome (8/1 – 8/9) nearly upon us, I thought I might make a little mix and seed it. No biggie, these arent rare recordings or anything. I do prefer many of these versions, and think of them as being well played, and extremely energetic. Jerry at his finest!

–This is just a fun little mix….enjoy….Chris Davis (7/19/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 2)—–

1. Tore Up 11/15/76
2. Train to Cry 5/5/82
3. After Midnight -> 2/17/80
4. Eleanor Rigby jam ->
5. After Midnight (reprise)
6. Mississippi Moon 4/12/75
7. Sing Me Back Home 6/4/82
8. Positively 4th Street 12/21/79
9. Goodnight Irene* 4/21/82

*with Dr. John on piano

–My first Garcia compilation seemed to be popular, so here is another one. This one, of course, is with the blessing of the poo…thanks for the support, my friend… :) If the interest is there, more will follow. Enjoy…Chris Davis…(7/20/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 3)—–

1. Think 2/9/74
2. Someday Baby 7/8/73
3. Let It Rock 11/15/74
4. He Aint Give You None 8/24/74
5. The Harder They Come 11/28/74
6. Its No Use* 6/30/72
7. Roadrunner 2/5/74

*So far as I can tell, this is the first Its no Use. The Jerry Site seems to confirm this…

Without me intending it, this volume became a Garcia and Saunders compilation. Plenty more on the shelf, so many songs yet to cover, but I was just in a jazzy mood. The horns sound great! Look for more in a day or two. Enjoy! Chris Davis (7/21/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 4)—–

1. Ill Take a Melody 3/8/80
2. How Sweet It Is 2/12/80
3. Mission in the Rain 2/19/78
4. Tough Mama 1/27/76
5. Sitting Here in Limbo* 12/19/75
6. Masterpiece 2/29/80
7. Russian Lullabye 1/24/80

*There is some slight crackling at various points during Limbo. It is not terribly noticeable, but the headphones do make it more obvious. I added this anyway, because Nicky Hopkins plays his heart out on this one…

–This is by far the most mellow mix so far. Enjoy..Chris Davis (7/22/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 5)—–

1. Sweet Sunny South* 12/8/91
2. Off to Sea Once More 2/3/91
3. Drink Up and Go Home 5/7/92
4. Friend of the Devil 8/25/91
5. Heavens Door** 3/xx/95
6. So What 9/17/93
7. Oh, the Wind and Rain 5/xx/92
8. Im Troubled 5/8/92
9. The Thrill is Gone 5/xx/92
10. Louis Collins 12/8/91
11. She Belongs to Me 5/xx/92
12. Eat my Dust*** 8/25/91
13. Ripple*** 8/25/91
14. Jam Into Shady Grove** 3/xx/95
15. Shady Grove** 3/xx/95

*duet, with banjos
**with Tony Rice
***with Bela Fleck

–This started as an acoustic Garcia mix. It transformed into a Garcia/Grisman mix. I guess the other acoustic stuff will have to wait for another volume. Enjoy…Chris Davis…(7/23/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 6)—–

1. Shining Star 11/19/93
2. Dear Prudence 2/5/94
3. C’est La Vie (You Never Can Tell) 4/25/94
4. The Maker 2/6/94
5. Strugglin man 8/14/94
6. Lets Spend the Night Together* 5/2/92

*final time played

–This is the “mature Jerry” mix I talked about. As usual, theres tons more I could add to this, but these versions are excellent! Enjoy…Chris Davis…(7/25/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 7)—–

01. Finders Keepers* 1/19/74
02. Think** 8/30/87
03. Right Back Together*** 1/7/76
04. Will the Weaver**** 5/4/63
05. Sick and Tired***** 6/30/72
06. Money Honey* 12/20/75
07. Turtle Dove****** 12/17/87
08. Born on the Bayou******* 5/27/89
09. Wang Dand Doodle******** 12/4/88
10. Heavens Door** 8/30/87

* Matt Kelly (Garcia/Saunders)
** Bonnie Raitt (JGB)
*** James Booker (JGB)
**** Sara Ruppenthal Garcia (Jerry and Sara)
***** Tom Fogerty (Garcia/Saunders)
****** Joan Baez (Garcia/Kahn/Weir)
******* John Fogerty (Fogerty/Garcia/Weir/Randy Jackson/Steve Jordan)
******** Neil Young (Garcia/Weir/Wasserman)

–Obviously this is a Garcia and Guests compilation. Some neat versions, and decent recordings as well. Ive done my best to accurately list the proper band titles, I hope I got it all right..Enjoy…Chris Davis…(7/26/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 8)—–

1. The Love Each Other* 9/10/89
2. Waiting for a Miracle* 9/16/89
3. Tangled Up In Blue** 11/12/93
4. Hope It Wont Be This Way Always* 9/10/89
5. Lay Down Sally** 11/12/93
6. Dont Let Go* > 9/11/89
7. Lonesome and a Long Way From Home*
8. I Shall Be Released* 12/2/89

*with Clarence Clemons
**with David Murray

–Welcome to “Saxophone Jerry”. Some great versions, the sax goes so well… The source on some of these is not the best sounding, but the sax work warrants the attention, so here it is…Enjoy…Chris Davis (7/31/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 9)—–

1. Sugaree 9/11/76
2. Stop That Train 8/22/76
3. Catfish John 11/15/76
4. Thats What Love Will Make You Do 9/11/76
5. A Strange Man 1/27/76
6. Stir It Up 7/20/76
7. Mission in the Rain 1/27/76
8. Mystery Train 7/9/76

–I went for quality on this one. These tracks are all silky. I had to make up for missed songs, and I was in the mood to do a 76’er…listened to this today, and it sounds very nice :) Enjoy…Chris Davis…(8/2/05)

—–Garcia Compilation (Volume 10)—–

01. Stagger Lee 4/21/82
02. To Lay Me Down 6/3/84
03. Valerie 8/23/82
04. Oh Babe it Aint No Lie 5/5/82
05. Peggy-O 11/26/84
06. She Belongs To Me 10/16/85
07. Jack A Roe 6/4/82
08. Gomorrah 1/28/86
09. Little Sadie 11/14/86
10. Masterpiece 1/27/86
11. Run For the Roses 11/18/84
12. Rubin and Cherise 5/5/82
13. Ripple 6/4/82

Outside of the Grateful Dead, Garcia spent more time onstage with John Kahn than anyone else. So, I thought I might conclude the Garcia Compilations with a nice Garcia and Kahn mix. Enjoy…Chris Davis…(8/10/05)

Neil Young and Crazy Horse – 07/27/1997 – Clarkston, MI

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Neil Young And Crazy Horse
H.O.R.D.E. Festival
Pine Knob Music Theater
Clarkston, Michigan
July 27, 1997

Setlist:

01.Hey Hey, My My
02.Crime In The City
03.Hippie Dream
04.Big Time
05.From Hank To Hendrix *
06.The Needle And The Damage Done *
07.Ohio *
08.Slowpoke * (Tape Flip After Song)
09.Down By The River
10.Tonight’s The Night
11.Sedan Delivery
12.Encore Break

Encore:

13.Mansion On The Hill

* Neil Solo Acoustic *

Neil Young-Guitars,Vocals
Frank Sampedro-Guitar
Billy Talbot-Bass
Ralph Molina-Drums

Comments:Another Huge Thanks out to Mr. White and Friend for recording and sharing their source for this show!Another fantastic share from Mr. White’s collection of master’s and the H.O.R.D.E. Festival! AS ALWAYS ENJOY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Master Audience Recorded By Mr. White
Transfer By Keo 
Beyer M201>Sony D5 Pro>Tape Maxell XLII-100

Neil Young and Booker T and the MG’s – 07/18/1993 – Bad Mergentheim, Germany

NEIL YOUNG & BOOKER T AND THE MGs
July 18, 1993
Live To Ride
Schlosshof, Bad Mergentheim, Germany

CD 1:
1. Mr. Soul
2. The Loner
3. Southern Man
4. Helpless
5. Love To Burn
6. Motorcycle Mama
7. Like A Hurricane
8. Separate Ways
9. Powderfinger
10. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
11. Harvest Moon

CD 2:
1. The Needle And The Damage Done
2. Change Your Mind
3. Live To Ride
4. Down By The River
5. The Dock Of The Bay
6. All Along The Watchtower
7. Rockin’ In The Free World
8. I Believe In You (Rotterdam – 1993-07-05)
9. This Note’s For You (Paris – 1993-07-07)

Liberated Tin Man Bootleg
Audience Recording, Good Quality

Neil Young: vocals, guitar, piano
Booker T. Jones: organ, piano
Steve Cropper: guitar
Donald ‘Duck’ Dunn: bass
Jim Keltner: drums
Astrid Young: backing vocals
Annie Stocking: backing vocals

Neil Young – 03/18/1994 – New Orleans, LA

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Mother Earth
Primary source: * Farm Aid 7 – Superdome, New Orleans 94-03-18

List:
Country Home
Down By The River
All Along The Watchtower (Willie Nelson on inaudiable acoustic guitar!)
Farm John
Change Your Mind
Harvest Moon
Old Man (from Farm Aid 5 – 92-03-14, Texas Stadium, Irvine, Texas)
Heart Of Gold ( from Farm Aid 5 – 92-03-14, Texas Stadium, Irvine, Texas)
Rockin’ In The Free World (from Farm Aid 4 – Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis 90-04-07)
Mother Earth (from Farm Aid 4 – Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis 90-04-07)
(Time 72:04)

Neil Young – 1978 to 1989 – A Perfect Echo vol. 2

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NEIL YOUNG: A PERFECT ECHO

This is a compilation of soundboard recordings from 1967-2001. The term soundboard is a bit of a misnomer. By soundboard I mean, basically, not an audience recording. Some are true soundboards, while others are FM, TV, ALD, or video-sourced recordings. The recordings were all taken from cdrs or videos that are circulating in the trading community.

Each track was checked out in Cool Edit with headphones, and may have had some cleanup done to remove any odd clicks, hiss, or other sound quality problems. The volume was set on each track so as to have them at similar volumes. Fades were added at the beginnings and ends of each track, so the tracks don’t segue, for the most part. There are a couple of segues where successive songs were taken from the same concert, so it still needs to be burned DAO. Most of the banter between tracks was removed to make room for more tracks.

There are a total of 115 tracks (109 songs, as 6 get repeated). Some years were heavy with available recordings (1976 and 1989 come to mind). I tried to balance the set by not using too many songs from a single show. The entire 8 discs run in, roughly, chronological order.

Originally, I started making this as just a personal compilation from my collection. It took about a month to put together, including the planning of what would be included, the remastering of the tracks, and, finally, the creation of the artwork. At first, I didn’t have a title and was just going to call it “a soundboard archive.” While fixing some soft static in Natural Beauty, the title came to me, when he sang “I heard a perfect echo die…”. I was going to call it “Perfect Echo Die”, but Jim Leonard, our friendly AOTW coordinator, persuaded me to leave off the word “die,” so now we have the title “A Perfect Echo”.

The intent was to make a nice sampling of soundboard recordings from throughout his career. Its sort of like an expanded “Rock ‘n’ Roll Cowboy,” with the intent to keep the sound quality higher and more consistent.

Volume 2 – 1978 – 1989
Disc 3 – 1978 – 1984 Disc 4 – 1984 – 1989

01. Thrasher (San Francisco, CA, 22-Oct-1978)
02. Little Thing Called Love (Berlin, Germany, 19-Oct-1982)
03. Old Man (Berlin, Germany, 19-Oct-1982)
04. Transformer Man (Berlin, Germany, 19-Oct-1982)
05. Sample And Hold (Berlin, Germany, 19-Oct-1982)
06. Don’t Be Denied (Dayton, OH, 18-Sep-1983)
07. Barstool Blues (Santa Cruz, CA, 7-Feb-1984)
08. Touch The Night (Santa Cruz, CA, 7-Feb-1984)
09. Tonight’s The Night (Santa Cruz, CA, 7-Feb-1984)
10. Comes A Time (Austin, TX, 25-Sep-1984)
11. Southern Pacific (Austin, TX, 25-Sep-1984)
12. Down By The River (Austin, TX, 25-Sep-1984)
01. Heart Of Gold (Austin, TX, 25-Sep-1984)
02. Flying on the Ground is Wrong (New Orleans, LA, 27-Sep-1984)
03. Road Of Plenty (Mansfield, MA, 21-Sep-1986)
04. Hippie Dream (Minneapolis, MN, 17-Oct-1986)
05. Prisoners Of Rock’n’Roll (Minneapolis, MN, 17-Oct-1986)
06. When You Dance I Can Really Love (Birmingham, England, 2-Jun-1987)
07. See the sky about to rain (Birmingham, England, 2-Jun-1987)
08. Mideast Vacation (Birmingham, England, 2-Jun-1987)
09. Southern Man (CSNY – Oakland, CA, 4-Dec-1988)
10. For The Turnstiles (Tulsa, OK, 13-Jan-1989)
11. Sugar Mountain (Tulsa, OK, 13-Jan-1989)
12. Four Strong Winds (Tulsa, OK, 13-Jan-1989)
13. Cocaine Eyes (Tulsa, OK, 13-Jan-1989)
14. Like A Hurricane (Tulsa, OK, 13-Jan-1989)
15. Rockin’ In The Free World (New York, NY, 30-Sep-1989)

Neil Young – 1967 to 1976 – A Perfect Echo vol. 1

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NEIL YOUNG: A PERFECT ECHO

This is a compilation of soundboard recordings from 1967-2001. The term soundboard is a bit of a misnomer. By soundboard I mean, basically, not an audience recording. Some are true soundboards, while others are FM, TV, ALD, or video-sourced recordings. The recordings were all taken from cdrs or videos that are circulating in the trading community.

Each track was checked out in Cool Edit with headphones, and may have had some cleanup done to remove any odd clicks, hiss, or other sound quality problems. The volume was set on each track so as to have them at similar volumes. Fades were added at the beginnings and ends of each track, so the tracks don’t segue, for the most part. There are a couple of segues where successive songs were taken from the same concert, so it still needs to be burned DAO. Most of the banter between tracks was removed to make room for more tracks.

There are a total of 115 tracks (109 songs, as 6 get repeated). Some years were heavy with available recordings (1976 and 1989 come to mind). I tried to balance the set by not using too many songs from a single show. The entire 8 discs run in, roughly, chronological order.

Originally, I started making this as just a personal compilation from my collection. It took about a month to put together, including the planning of what would be included, the remastering of the tracks, and, finally, the creation of the artwork. At first, I didn’t have a title and was just going to call it “a soundboard archive.” While fixing some soft static in Natural Beauty, the title came to me, when he sang “I heard a perfect echo die…”. I was going to call it “Perfect Echo Die”, but Jim Leonard, our friendly AOTW coordinator, persuaded me to leave off the word “die,” so now we have the title “A Perfect Echo”.

The intent was to make a nice sampling of soundboard recordings from throughout his career. Its sort of like an expanded “Rock ‘n’ Roll Cowboy,” with the intent to keep the sound quality higher and more consistent.

Track List:
Volume 1: 1967-1976
Disc 1 – 1967 – 1971 Disc 2 – 1974 – 1976

01. Mr. Soul (Buffalo Springfield – Hollywood, CA 11-Aug-1967)
02. Birds (CSNY – Los Angeles, CA 26-Aug-1969)
03. I’ve Loved Her So Long (CSNY – Los Angeles, CA 26-Aug-1969)
04. Sea Of Madness (CSNY – Big Sur, CA, 13-Sep-1969)
05. Helpless (CSNY – Houston, TX, 18-Dec-1969)
06. Country Girl (CSNY – Houston, TX, 18-Dec-1969)
07. Broken Arrow (Cincinnati, OH 25-Feb-1970)
08. Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown (New York, NY 6-Mar-1970)
09. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (New York, NY 6-Mar-1970)
10. Winterlong (New York, NY 6-Mar-1970)
11. Cinnamon Girl (New York, NY 6-Mar-1970)
12. Cowgirl In The Sand (New York, NY 6-Mar-1970)
13. On The Way Home (CSNY – Los Angeles, CA 28-Jun-1970)
14. Tell Me Why (CSNY – Los Angeles, CA 28-Jun-1970)
15. Out On The Weekend (London, England, 23-Feb-1971)
16. Journey Through The Past (London, England, 23-Feb-1971)
17. Love In Mind (London, England, 23-Feb-1971)

01. Walk On (CSNY – Westbury, NY, 8-Sep-1974)
02. Ambulance Blues (CSNY – Westbury, NY, 8-Sep-1974)
03. Lookin’ For A Love (San Francisco, CA, 23-Mar-1975)
04. No One Seems To Know (Tokyo, Japan, 10-Mar-1976)
05. Human Highway (London, England, 31-Mar-1976)
06. Cortez The Killer (London, England, 31-Mar-1976)
07. White Line (Fort Worth, TX, 10-Nov-1976)
08. Don’t Cry No Tears (Chicago, IL, 15-Nov-1976)
09. Peace Of Mind (Chicago, IL, 15-Nov-1976)
10. A Man Needs A Maid (Chicago, IL, 15-Nov-1976)
11. Give Me Strength (Chicago, IL, 15-Nov-1976)
12. Lotta Love (Chicago, IL, 15-Nov-1976)
13. Like A Hurricane (Chicago, IL, 15-Nov-1976)
14. Harvest (Boston, MA, 22-Nov-1976)
15. Campaigner (Boston, MA, 22-Nov-1976)
16. Here We Are In The Years (Atlanta, GA, 24-Nov-1976)
17. The Losing End (Atlanta, GA, 24-Nov-1976)

Buffalo Springfield – 10/24/2010 – Mountain View, CA

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Buffalo Springfield
Bridge School Benefit
Shoreline Amphitheatre
Mountain View, CA
October 24, 2010 SUNDAY

01 On The Way Home
02 Rock And Roll Woman
03 A Child’s Claim To Fame
04 Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It
05 Go and Say Goodbye
06 I Am A Child
07 Kind Woman
08 Burned
09 For What It’s Worth
10 Nowaday’s Clancy Cant Even Sing
11 Bluebird
12 Mr Soul
13 Rockin’ In The Free World

Neil Young – guitar, vocals
Stephen Stills – guitar, vocals
Richie Furay – guitar, vocals
Rick Rosas – bass
Joe Vitale – drums