YOUNG,NEIL - CITIZEN KANE JR BLUES[THE BOTTOM LINE]1974:OFFICIAL BOOTLEG SERIES PART 2
Neil Young is set to deliver more rare live recordings from his extensive archives with the Neil Young Official Bootleg Series which began last fall with the release of Carnegie Hall 1970. Pre-orders begin today for each of these releases and all will be available on vinyl and CD from all music retailers everywhere.
OBS 5: Citizen Kane Jr. Blues (Live The Bottom Line)
(NYC: May 16, 1974)
Pushed It Over The End
Long May You Run
On the Beach
Roll Another Number (For the Road)
Pardon My Heart
Dance Dance Dance
On May 6th Young will release the next three instalments in the bootleg series as follows: Royce Hall, 1971 was recorded January 30 on the UCLA campus, a solo acoustic gig. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 1971 - also solo acoustic -- is the last US show of Young's 1971 solo tour. Citizen Kane Jr. Blues (Live at The Bottom Line), from New York City 1974 is a surprise set.
Where analog tape exists in Young's archive, these concerts have been mixed properly, providing much higher quality recordings than have previously existed - Royce Hall 1971 and Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1971 are from the original analog masters. If no tape exists, the original bootleg has been restored and remastered to bring listeners the best audio experience possible - Citizen Kane Jr. Blues (Live at The Bottom Line), from New York City 1974.
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