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The full-length concert film from Neil Young & Crazy Horse s 1978 tour
Featuring the legendary hits Cinnamon Girl, and Like A Hurricane
Picture restored from original film negative 5.1 surround & stereo mixes24bit/192 kHzHigh Resolution Audio
"BECAUSE QUALITY MATTERS"
1.Introduction (Live) 2.Sugar Mountain (Live) 3.I Am A Child (Live) 4.Comes A Time (Live) 5.After The Goldrush (Live) 6.Thrasher (Live) 7.My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue) [Live] 8.Stage Announcements (Live) 9.When You Dance I Can Really Love (Live) 10.The Loner (Live) 11.Welfare Mothers (Live) 12.The Needle And The Damage Done (Live) 13.Lotta Love (Live) 14.Sedan Delivery (Live) 15.Powderfinger (Live) 16.Cortez The Killer (Live) 17.Cinnamon Girl (Live) 18.Like A Hurricane (Live) 19.Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) [Live] 20.End Credits (Live) 21.Tonight's The Night (Live)
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The original DVD came with a booklet and a limited number of special features that included a trailer which feature a few shots not in the film, along with lyrics for each song, the script, and a very short piece on the Road Eyes. This new blu ray has no special features or booklet, and comes in a C.D. sized cardboard case.
For those who are new to Neil Young, this is essential to his catalog and a fantastic introduction to the remarkable chemistry that is Crazy Horse. Magic always seems to happen when Neil and the Horse get together, and this film documents that magic perfectly. This concert was meant to be played loud, so crank it up and enjoy.
The visuals are just brighter and cleaner, close up shots are really more detailed.
The sound? Top notch. The bass is more detailed, instrument separation, as well as backing vocals, is very noticeable, but
takes nothing away from the guitars and lead vocal.
I'd say the only downside is that some of the editing choices, like cutting away to distant backstage or overviews of the stage during some solos, are still a bit mystifying after all these years.
Bottomline, if you liked this release before, you'll love it now.
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