Selected: Neil Young - 1st Night in Osaka - 1976-03-04

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MD5 Record Set:Disc 1 - Disc 2 -    Disc 3 -    Disc 4 -    Disc 5 -    Disc 6
  • Band / Artist
  • Concert Date
  • RoIO Title
  • Venue
  • Neil Young
  • 1976-03-04
  • 1st Night in Osaka
  • Festival Hall
  • Town / City
  • State / Prov.
  • Country
  • File Format
  • Osaka
  • N/A
  • Japan
  • FLAC
  • Recorder Number
  • Sound Quality
  • Entered By
  • Date Entered
  • Rec 1
  • Very Good
  • Harm
  • 6th of October 2008
  • Taper - Unknown
  • Neil Young and Crazy Horse Festival Hall Osaka, Japan 3/4/76 treed on hempsall 8/8/05 Disc 1: Acoustic Set (32:47) 01. Tell Me Why 02. Mellow My Mind 03. After The Goldrush 04. Too Far Gone 05. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 06. A Man Needs A Maid 07. No One Seems To Know 08. Heart Of Gold Disc 2: Electric Set (62:28) 01. Country Home 02. Don't Cry No Tears 03. Down By The River 04. Lotta Love 05. Like A Hurricane 06. The Losing End 07. Drive Back 08. Southern Man 09. Cinnamon Girl 10. Cortez The Killer Admin notes: This version of the legendary '76 Osaka show is a merging of two versions of the concert: "Dancing Across The Water" which has the complete setlist, and the superior-sounding but incomplete "Another Osaka". Ron Starrett was able to take track 1-3 from "Dancing Across The Water" and splice them into "Another Osaka". He also added Cortez to the end of Another Osaka, amplified the spliced tracks and normalized them before burning, and split the discs into the two sets: acoustic and electric. Mr. Clean did some additional work trying to blend the songs as seamlessly as possible. He also cleaned up the noise in Mellow My Mind and the lower volume level of Cortez. At 00:34 of the song After the Gold Rush, you'll notice that the sound quality changes. This is because the superior-sounding version of the song (from "Another Osaka") is missing the beginning, so the beginning was spliced in from the other version (from "Dancing Across the Water"). Also, the volume level of Cortez the Killer is a bit softer than the preceding songs. This was adjusted as much as possible without distorting the sound quality. Thanks to Alone At The Microphone for providing the seed discs, Ron Starrett for merging the shows together and Mr. Clean for cleaning them up as well.