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Neil Young - Live On Sugar Mountain: February 1, 1971 flac album

Neil Young - Live On Sugar Mountain: February 1, 1971 flac album Performer: Neil Young
Title: Live On Sugar Mountain: February 1, 1971
Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock
Released: 1971
Country: US
MP3 album: 1999 mb
FLAC album: 1908 mb
Rating: 4.7
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Genre: Rock

The words "Neil Young" were added to the album cover after what was left of the original stock had been used up, so copies of both mixes exist in the original sleeve. Copies of the original mix are now rare and sought-after, because many Neil Young fans believe that the remix diminished the songs, especially "Here We Are in the Years". Neil Young was remastered and released on HDCD-encoded compact discs and digital download on July 14, 2009 as part of the Neil Young Archives Original Release Series. Live at Massey Hall 1971. Sugar Mountain – Live at Canterbury House 1968. Live at the Riverboat 1969. Dreamin' Man Live '92.

I helped record that album, and if my memory serves me well (sometimes it doesn't at my age) we put out cover first. We tried to spruce it up with this one and it was the first to use photos. Live On Sugar Mountain: February 1, 1971 ‎(LP, Unofficial). Not On Label (Neil Young).

Oh to live on Sugar Mountain With the barkers and the colored balloons You can't be 20 on Sugar Mountain Though you're thinking that You're leavin' there too soon You're leavin' there too soon. It's so noisy at the fair But all your friends are there And the candy floss you had And your mother and your dad. Oh to live on Sugar Mountain With the barkers and the colored balloons You can't be 20 on Sugar Mountain Though you're thinking that You're leavin' there too soon You're leavin' there too soon.

On the bootleg album Live on Sugar Mountain, released just days after the concert at which it was recorded (on February 1, 1971, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles), Young talks at length about the lyrics I was underneath the stairs. Sugar Mountain - Live at Canterbury House 1968, a live album by Neil Young. Sugar Mountain (film), a 2016 film.

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Neil Young has included material recorded live on many of his albums; listed here are albums consisting completely or primarily of live concert recordings. Time Fades Away consists of previously unreleased material. Weld and Arc were initially released as a single package, Arc-Weld. Released: November 25, 2008. Neil Young – Live at Massey Hall 1971" (in German). Retrieved 2016-07-23. Neil Young – The Archives Vol. 1 1963–1972" (in German).

NEIL YOUNG live on sugar mountain february 1971( rock ). Pre-Owned. Neil Young~Live On Sugar Mountain February 1, 1971 No Label Rare.

As told in Neil Young: Long May You Run: The Illustrated History, Neil Young wrote this song in a room at the Fort William's Victoria Hotel in Ontario. And just around the corner from this event would be his meeting Stephen Stills for the first time. Joni Mitchell's "The Circle Game" was inspired by this song. As she explained to a live audience at The Paris Theatre in 1970, "Neil Young wrote this song that was called 'Oh to live on sugar mountain' which was a lament for his lost youth. And I thought, God, you know, if we get to 21 and there's nothing after that, that's a pretty bleak future, so I wrote a song for him, and for myself just to give me some hope. It's called 'The Circle Game.

Sugar Mountain" is a song by Canadian folk rock singer and composer Neil Young. Young composed the song on November 12, 1964-his 19th birthday-at the Victoria Hotel in Fort William, Ontario (now Thunder Bay), where he had been touring with his Winnipeg band the Squires. Its lyrics are reminiscences about his youth in Winnipeg, Manitoba. The first known recording of the song was made on December 15, 1965 for a demo record at Elektra Records in New York City; this version appears on the "Early Years" disc on The Archives Vol. 1 1963–1972. On the bootleg album Live on Sugar Mountain, released just days after the concert at which it was recorded (on February 1, 1971, at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles), Young talks at length about the lyrics. He says that when he first wrote the song, he. "wrote 126 verses to it.

Tracklist

A1 Heart Of Gold
A2 A Man Needs A Maid
A3 (Old Man) Take A Look At My Life
A4 Journey Through The Past
A5 The Damage Done
B1 Love In Mind
B2 See The Girl Dance
B3 Ohio
B4 Sugar Mountain
B5 See The Sky About To Rain

Notes

Jacket States "Stereo Compatible".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: N/A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 1): AAARC 710427A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side 2): AAARC 710427B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
70-011 Neil Young I'm Happy That Y'all Came Down ‎(2xLP, Unofficial, Gat) Rubber Dubber Records 70-011 US 1971
none Neil Young Young Man`s Fancy ‎(2xLP, Ltd, Unofficial, Mul) Verzyl none Unknown
CBMR-13 Neil Young The Complete Neil Young Live At The Los Angeles Music Center February 1st, 1971 ‎(LP, Unofficial) Immaculate Conception Records CBMR-13 Unknown
RI3245 Neil Young Young Man's Fancy Los Angeles ‎(LP, Unofficial, Blu) Contra Band Music RI3245 US 1971
TMQ 71022 Neil Young At The Los Angeles Music Center ‎(LP, Unofficial, Red) Trade Mark Of Quality TMQ 71022 US Unknown