Cat No: 93624885139

Neil Young is set to deliver more rare live recordings from his extensive archives with the Neil Young Official Bootleg Series (OBS) which began last autumn with the release of Carnegie Hall 1970 (OBS1).

On May 6th Young will release the next three installments 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.

The original bootleg artwork has also been replicated wherever possible, lending each release that treasured collector’s vibe and conjuring the era they were first created in. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 1971 album cover, for example, features the worn and faded ring of an LP.

01 On the Way Home

02 Tell Me Why

03 Old Man

04 Journey Through the Past

05 Cowgirl in the Sand

06 Heart of Gold

07 A Man Needs a Maid

08 Sugar Mountain

09 Don’t Let It Bring You Down

10 Love in Mind

11 The Needle and the Damage Done

12 Ohio

13 See the Sky About to Rain

14 I Am a Child

15 Dance Dance Dance

Dorothy Chandler Pavilion

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Cat No: 93624885139

Neil Young is set to deliver more rare live recordings from his extensive archives with the Neil Young Official Bootleg Series (OBS) which began last autumn with the release of Carnegie Hall 1970 (OBS1).

On May 6th Young will release the next three installments 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.

The original bootleg artwork has also been replicated wherever possible, lending each release that treasured collector’s vibe and conjuring the era they were first created in. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 1971 album cover, for example, features the worn and faded ring of an LP.

01 On the Way Home

02 Tell Me Why

03 Old Man

04 Journey Through the Past

05 Cowgirl in the Sand

06 Heart of Gold

07 A Man Needs a Maid

08 Sugar Mountain

09 Don't Let It Bring You Down

10 Love in Mind

11 The Needle and the Damage Done

12 Ohio

13 See the Sky About to Rain

14 I Am a Child

15 Dance Dance Dance

Cat No: 93624885115

Neil Young is set to deliver more rare live recordings from his extensive archives with the Neil Young Official Bootleg Series (OBS) which began last autumn with the release of Carnegie Hall 1970 (OBS1).

On May 6th Young will release the next three installments 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.

The original bootleg artwork has also been replicated wherever possible, lending each release that treasured collector’s vibe and conjuring the era they were first created in. The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, 1971 album cover, for example, features the worn and faded ring of an LP.

01 On the Way Home

02 Tell Me Why

03 Old Man

04 Journey Through the Past

05 Cowgirl in the Sand

06 Heart of Gold

07 A Man Needs a Maid

08 Sugar Mountain

09 Don't Let It Bring You Down

10 Love in Mind

11 The Needle and the Damage Done

12 Ohio

13 See the Sky About to Rain

14 I Am a Child

15 Dance Dance Dance

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Genre:Rock Record Label:Warner Records Release Date:06/05/2022
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