Neil Young - Shine At Budokan album FLAC
Canadian singer and songwriter Neil Young includes his personal garage band Crazy Horse ("second best backing band in the world") to make raw and unpolished rock. Their gritty style of rock has influenced countless artists and music styles. Crazy Horse is best known for its long association with Young, despite having released five albums of its own over a 19-year span.
Neil Young is the self-titled debut studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young following his departure from Buffalo Springfield in 1968, issued on Reprise Records. Some sources place the album's release date on January 22, 1969, while other sources have the release date as Young's 23rd birthday, November 12, 1968. It was then partially remixed and re-released in November 1969, but at no time has the album ever charted on the Billboard 200.
It contains 35 of Young's songs recorded between 1966 and 1976, among them five tracks that had been unreleased up to that point. It peaked at No. 43 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, and was certified platinum by the RIAA in 1986.
Neil Young on Pono, His New Album and Using LPs as Roof Shingles. The sixth stop of the tour was at Tokyo’s Budokan Hall, and Young hired a film crew to tape the two-night stand. Nobody bothered to tell Poncho, and he dropped a bunch of acid before going onstage one of the nights. I couldn’t even look up, he told author Jimmy McDonough. I’d hit the strings of my guitar - they were like eight different colors - and they bounced off the floors and hit the ceiling. Here’s an incredible recording of Cowgirl In The Sand from one of the two Budokan shows
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No, Young eased his way into the series by releasing a single disc called Live at the Fillmore East late in 2006. During this tour, Neil opened with an acoustic set and then had Crazy Horse come out for an electric set; the acoustic is not here, but most of the electric is, with only "Cinnamon Girl" absent - and it's absent because there was not existing high-quality tape for it, unlike the rest of music that's featured here.
I believe the Odeon-Budokan album was finished and a release was planned. So a mono PA cassette is nothing to do with nothing. Neil’s already officially done what he set out to do on the tour. It looks like he’s also divided the album into two sets, one of which is my original mono PA cassette. For the songs that were in my tape from New York and Boston, they’ve gone back to the multi-tracks. You touched on Archives 2 earlier.
|1-1||Tell Me Why|
|1-2||Mellow My Mind|
|1-3||After The Goldrush|
|1-4||Too Far Gone|
|1-5||Only Love Can Break Your Heart|
|1-6||Let It Shine|
|1-7||A Man Needs A Maid|
|1-8||No-One Seems To Know|
|1-9||Heart Of Gold|
|1-11||Don't Cry No Tears|
|1-12||Cowgirl In The Sand|
|1-14||Like A Hurricane|
|2-1||The Losing End (When You're On)|
|2-4||Cortez The Killer|
|2-7||Cowgirl In The Sand (Acoustic)|
|2-9||Let It Shine (Electric)|
|2-12||Midnight On The Bay|
- Recorded At – Budokan
- Recorded At – Rhein-Neckar-Halle, Eppelheim
- Recorded At – Stadthalle Offenbach
- Recorded At – Apollo Theatre, Glasgow
NotesDisc 1 & Disc 2 / 1~5 Recorded live at Budokan, Tokyo, Japan. March 11th 1976
Disc 2 / 6~9 Rehein-Hecker-Halle, Eppleheim, West Germany. March 18th 1976
Disc 2 / 10~11 Stadhalle, Offenbach, West Germany. March 19th 1976
Disc 2 / 12~13 Apollo Theatre, Glasgow, Scotland. April 2nd 1976
Track 2-5 is misspelled as "Cinammon Girl"
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