Catty Wampus / Samba / & Neil Young
Ah, the real me, here I am hanging onto the podium, "Catty Wampus" to the side of my head. Could life get any better?
Yes, it could:
Taken from http://www.nme.com/news/neil-young/26040
and From Uncut http://www.uncut.co.uk/news/neil_young/news/9279
Neil Young's live album tracklisting revealed
'Live At Massey Hall' includes DVD
Neil Young's has unveiled the tracklisting for his forthcoming livealbum 'Live At Massey Hall'.
The album, released on March 12, was recorded in Toronto in 1971 and features a DVD which features footage of the show minus three tracks.
Young said: "This is the album that should have come out between 'After The Gold Rush' and 'Harvest'. David Briggs, my producer, was adamant that this should be therecord, but I was very excited about the takes we got on 'Harvest' andwanted 'Harvest' out. David disagreed. As I listen to this today, I can see why."
The tracklisting for the album is:
On The Way Home
Tell Me Why
Journey Through The Past
Love In Mind
A Man Needs A Maid/ Heart of Gold Suite
Cowgirl In The Sand
Don't Let It Bring You Down
There's A World
Bad Fog Of Loneliness
The Needle and the Damage Done
See the Sky About to Rain
Down By The River
Dance Dance Dance
I Am A Child
On his fall release, Archives Vol I, there will be, reportedly, 38 unreleased tracks:
The anticipated release date of 'Archives, Volume 1' is September this year. The collection will feature eight discs, including "Live At the Filmore" (released last November) and the above mentioned "Live At Massey Hall".
Thirty-eight previously unreleased songs will feature on Archives, billed as a 'musical autobiography' of Neil Young. Tantalisingly, the eight CDs only cover the period from 1964 to 1971, suggesting it is only the beginning of a vast release campaign.
Allan Jones, Editor of Uncut says "This is incredible news for Neil Young fans, like myself, who seem to have been waiting the best part of our adult lives for the release of this archive material. Neil has been talking about it for years. When I interviewed him in 1989, he told me it was coming together and to expect it soon. Which is also what he told me when I interviewed him in 1993. It looks finally like it's s happening at last, though, incrediblly enough. On the evidence of the Live at The Filmore CD, it should be mind-blowing stuff."