Bluenote Cafe is a live album by Neil Young and The Bluenote Cafe.
It was recorded on the tour of 1987/88 to promote the studio album, This Note’s For You.
The presence of a six man horn section means that this is not a typical Neil Young album. If that’s what you want, you’re much better off with the superb Live Rust and then, depending on your preference for acoustic, Live At Massey Hall or electric, Weld.
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Cow Palace 1986 is a live recording by Neil Young.
It was recorded in San Francisco on the 21st November, 1986 and was broadcast on KLOS FM.
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Live in Chicago 1992 is a live recording and DVD by Neil Young which is not an official release by the artist.
It was recorded on November 17, 1992 from the Dreamin’ Man tour following the release of Harvest Moon which gave us an official live album with ten songs, and a solo acoustic live version of Harvest Moon.
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Live At The Cellar Door is a live album by Neil Young performing without a support band.
It was recorded at The Cellar Door in Washington D.C. between November 30th and December 2nd, 1970.
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A Treasure is a live album by Neil Young and The International Harvesters.
It was recorded on his tour of 1984/85 and features Young in his country music phase.
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Year of the Horse is a live album by Neil Young and Crazy Horse.
There is also a film of the 1996 tour but it has difficult tracks than the live album.
In 2014 the recording of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s 1974 tour was released as a live album called CSNY 1974.
It has a different character to their first live album, 4 Way Street from 1970 (released 1971).
The full version of CSNY 1974 is spread over three CDs with 40 songs and a DVD of highlights from their Landover and London concerts.
There is also a shorter 16 song single CD and the 40 song album can be bought separately as a download.
Crosby Stills Nash & Young CSNY 1974
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
4 Way Street is the first live album by Crosby Stills Nash & Young. It was recorded in June/July 1970.
Tensions were running high on this tour and these four individual singer songwriters went their own separate ways.
The album is notable for featuring many individual compositions rather than songs released on the Crosby Stills & Nash and Deja Vu albums.
In 2014 after a wait of 40 years, a very comprehensive album of the 1974 tour was released called… CSNY 1974.
Crosby Stills Nash & Young 4 Way Street
Live At Massey Hall 1971 is a live album by Neil Young that thirty six years to appear. It catches Young in January 1971 previewing many songs that would appear on later studio albums.
It includes two songs – Love in Mind and Journey Through the Past that appear on Time Fades Away.
Neil Young Live At Massey Hall 1971