There’s an interesting thread on one of the Neil FB groups discussing the June 24, 1995 PJ show where Ed got sick and Neil stepped in.There’s a copyright registration from the Bill Graham Archives for a ‘motion picture’ recording of the show:One of the replies to the post confirms it’s professionally shot multi camera footage (as opposed to the fan footage on YouTube):This is the NeilJam part of the set list:It looks like it’s completely separate from the ‘Mirror Ball Live’ box set that we have talked about in the past, as that is just the Dublin show.Therefore it would be unlikely that this would get its own standalone physical release, but hopefully it will be included in the Archives Volume 4 box set or maybe just an NYA exclusive film.
Looks like Neil Young is wanting to play 'song x' amongst other rarities on his upcoming west coast solo tourhttps://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/neil-young-west-coast-theater-tour-july-1234766077/
I really like the poster
It looks like Chrome Dreams is going to be released on August 4th Sedan Delivery is streaming on Apple Music now, nothing on NYA yet…Track list:
What’s the best “Crazy Horse” era release on Neil’s archive site ? I have bought most of his solo 1970 & 1971 stuff . Sound quality is superb !
"Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
The music included on CHROME DREAMS is the debut release of the legendary 1977 "Lost" album of 12 classic Neil Young songs. The 1974-1976 studio recordings include two previously unreleased versions;
Four tracks never before released on vinyl and manufactured as a 3-sided double album with an etching on side 4.
The 12 songs on CHROME DREAMS may have existed in other forms at other times, and that is part of the creative process. The summer 2023 release as it is coming to life now is exactly how Young perceives it and has a sense of monumentality about it that conveys a place in history. Songs like "Pocahontas," "Like a Hurricane," "Powerderfinger," "Homegrown" "Stringman," "Look Out for My Love" join eight other tracks to finally present CHROME DREAMS as a guide into the world of a musician who leads the way into the future, never second-guessing what could have been.
Some of the historical lineage of the songs on CHROME DREAMS today include:
"Powderfinger" is the early solo version.
"Pocahontas" is the same version that first appeared on RUST NEVER SLEEPS, but without the overdubs.
"Sedan Delivery" and "Hold Back the Tears" are very different versions (the latter with additional lyrics) than previously released.
"Stringman" was included on the ODEON/BUDOKAN disc in ARCHIVES VOL. II; prior to that it had only appeared on Young's UNPLUGGED album.
I’M THE OCEAN!https://youtu.be/xOazANEO2vQ
Incredible set list. Jealous of anyone that gets to go. A coworker who is a Heart Of Gold Toe Tapper that lives in Vancouver Washington is going to one of the shows and doesn't really know anything outside of the hits.. I hope he enjoys the variety of this setlist.