"Drenched in a wall of feedback as big as God, this is his best live album. These versions of "Crime In the City", "Blowin In the Wind", and "Like a Hurricane" are career defining performances. A must."
"This is the sound of a man coming up for air. With a revitalized Crazy Horse, Neil lets Old Black soar once again, especially on "Dangerbird" and "Cortez the Killer". And "Through My Sails" justifies the entire existence of Crosby Stills and Nash."
"Finally!!!! This thing has been nothing but a rumour for decades. Think the "Decade" collection on steroids. I myself don't have this (or a Blu-Ray player) yet, but you can bet it's on my list. Covers his beginnings on up to his "Harvest" period. He just won a box set Grammy for this one."
"This one's a guilty pleasure of mine. Neil was trying to rock harder, but was still locked in the over digitalization of his 80's period. But there are gems - "Mideast Vacation" in particular is relevant almost 25 years later (it would've sounded good on "Living with War")."
"Some might think it was a cash in on Generation X or a betrayal of Crazy Horse, but Neil's album with Pearl Jam still holds up. He was reenergized by their youth and consequently let it fly on quite a few numbers."