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Neil Young in his prime - This Notes For Who?,
This review is from: Live At The Cellar Door (Audio CD)
Recorded over 40 odd years ago and at the time we didn't know it but Neil Young was in his prime here which would last to the end of the decade closing off with the magnificant 'Rust Never Sleeps'. The set list sees Neil playing some of the strongest songs of his career - before he got lost lost to his own muse. The really odd thing is that this period 1970 was covered in his Archives set from 2009 - why wasn't this included in that? Neil as ever is how own man. I've given this 5 stars becuase for me Neil is at his best solo, without the self indulgent detours of The Pill. The best advert for buying every Neil record from the 70s. This can safely be filed with the Massey Hall recordings released a few years back.Where are the live recordings from 1971 onwards this treads old ground but during this period of Neil's career everything is essential.
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Initial post: Dec 12, 2013 3:01:40 PM PST
Mark Mcculley says:
40 odd years ~ago~ I think you mean... Neil Young was in his mid twenties when this was recorded.
In reply to an earlier post on Dec 13, 2013 8:48:29 AM PST
Isn't that what he said? Recorded over 40 odd years ago? It was wasn't it?
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