Selected: Neil Young - - 1973-01-08

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  • Band / Artist
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  • Neil Young
  • 1973-01-08
  • Cobo Hal
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  • Detroit
  • MI
  • USA
  • FLAC
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  • Good
  • Harm
  • 27th of September 2008
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  • Neil Young 01-08-1973, Cobo Hall, Detroit, Michigan w/ The Stray Gators Disk 1 1. On The Way Home 2. Tell Me Why 3. LA 4. I Am A Child 5. Love In Mind 6. Sugar Mountain 7. Borrowed Tune 8. Out On The Weekend 9. Band Intros 10. Harvest 11. Heart Of Gold Disk 2 1. Band tune-up 2. Times Fades Away 3. Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere 4. New Mama 5. Come Along And Say You Will 6. Alabama 7. Cinnamon Girl 8. Don't Be Denied 9. Lookout Joe 10. Last Dance 11. Are You Ready For The Country? Tour : 1973 Time Fades Away Tour with The Stray Gators Band : The Stray Gator, Line Up 1 Neil Young - vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica Ben Keith - pedal steel guitar, vocals Jack Nitzsche - keyboards Tim Drummond - bass Kenny Buttrey - drums Source: Audience Lineage: Master Cassette->CDR->CDR->EAC(secure)->ProTools->ClickRepair->Xact->flac This recording, which surfaced a couple of years back, is one of the better 1973 Time Fades Away recordings. Besides sounding nice, you get the unreleased Come Along And Say You Will (some people have called it Lonely Weekend) along with a very rare Borrowed Tune, and the surprisingly infrequently played Harvest and Out On The Weekend. My version was slow, so I sped it up to bring it into key. My version had lots of little clicks, so after tiring of removing them manually I used a click removal tool to remove the remainder. To my ear, I hear no negative effects from the process.