Sugar Mountain – Live at Canterbury House is a live album by Neil Young recorded in November 1968 in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
These are the first concerts Neil Young played after leaving Buffalo Springfield.
Neil Young Sugar Mountain – Live at Canterbury House 1968
[Emcee Intro] – 0:45
On The Way Home – 2:51
Songwriting Rap – 3:12
Mr. Soul – 3:13
Recording Rap – 0:30
Expecting To Fly – 2:38
The Last Trip To Tulsa – 8:35
Bookstore Rap – 4:26
The Loner – 4:41
“I Used To…” Rap – 0:38
Birds – 2:16
Winterlong [Excerpt] & Out Of My Mind – Intro. – 1:38
Out Of My Mind – 2:07
If I Could Have Her Tonight – 2:34
Classical Gas Rap – 0:40
Sugar Mountain Intro. – 0:29
Sugar Mountain – 5:47
I’ve Been Waiting For You – 2:04
Songs Rap – 0:37
Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing – 4:43
Tuning Rap & The Old Laughing Lady – Intro. – 3:06
The Old Laughing Lady – 7:25
Broken Arrow – 5:08
This is a very gentle album with the focus very much on the songs and the lyrics and he’s performing in a small, intimate setting
What Other People Say
Buying Neil Young Sugar Mountain Live at Canterbury House
It is available from Amazon.com – Amazon.co.uk – iTunes – eBay
These links will help you get to the albums quickly and easily but I recommend that you still search for the best deal.
What Do You Think?
Is this the best live album by Neil Young?
What Are The Best Live Albums Of All Time?
Should this be high in the poll to find the best singer-songwriter live albums? So many good albums mean that I’ve split it into two divisions with promotion or relegation based on the number of votes.