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  • Neil Young
  • 1973-02-11
  • We're Gonna get You!
  • Public Hall, Cleveland Convention Center
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  • Cleveland
  • OH
  • USA
  • FLAC
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  • 27th of September 2008
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  • Neil Young w/ The Stray Gators 1973/02/11 Public Hall, Cleveland Convention Center Cleveland, Ohio Equipment : Sony Portable Cassette w/AKG D-1000-E DOW Mic Location : 5th Row Center Lineage : Master Cassette > wav > Sound Forge 7.0 > CDR > EAC (100% on single tracks) > GoldWave (to cue tracks) > mkw Audio > shn Source : Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Joe Ray from the Kenai River, Alaska CD1 [0:42:10] 01. On The Way Home 02. Here We Are In The Years 03. I Am A Child 04. Journey Through The Past 05. Out On The Weekend * 06. Harvest 07. Old Man 08. Heart Of Gold 09. The Loner ^ *) after this song Neil talks directly to the taper.. "We're gonna get you." ^) fades out at the end note from the taper: This IS the "We Gonna Get You" master tape! As Joe Ray recalls it; "After Neil's comment to get me ('the guy with the microphone'), I held the microphone where it could not be seen until 'The Loner' (uncomplete), when I turned the deck off. I was sitting in the 5th row center and the roadies were looking for me from the side of the stage. The pressure was on me,... if I would have been caught I would have been arrested, etc.,... so, I just stopped taping. I put the expensive AKG D-1000-E microphone in my boot. I lost the $40.00 Sony Portable Cassette Deck and the Microphone Cord by saved the microphone and the tape. I became much more stealthy when recording shows after this incident!"