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Saturday, November 17, 2007

Neil Young And The Echos 06-06-1996 @ VBR

Very nice audience recording.

01 Country Home
02 Stupid Girl
03 Slip Away
04 Bite The Bullet
05 Big Time
06 The Losing End
07 Loose Change
08 Roll Another Number
09 Dangerbird
10 Drive Back
11 Scattered
12 This Town
13 Pocahontas
14 Powderfinger
15 Changing Highways
16 Sedan Delivery
17 When Your Lonely Heart Breaks
18 Like A Hurricane


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

http://www.sugarmtn.org/sets/19960606.html this is from the Old Princeton Landing roadhouse, Princeton-By-The-Sea, California
(also knowns as Half Moon Bay, California).

Neil did a series of 'secret' shows at this tiny venue just before Broken Arrow was released.. one of these shows he performed the whole of Broken Arrow album before it was released.

The Rust mailing list distributed each show in it's entirety, plus a 'best of" compilation of all the "secret" shows the Echoes performed at the roadhouse.

These were excellent DAT audience recordings.. in fact, Neil took one of the recordings, and used the performance of "Baby, what you want me to do" as the last song on his 1996 "Broken Arrow" album.. yep, he took a bootleg and "stole" back the song LOL he didn't doctor it or anything, just took it straight from the DATs doing the rounds and released it :)