Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Mbd77, Nov 25, 2020.
Good point, thanks...Ended up pulling trigger on all 3. Never regretted having too much Neil Young.
You’ve heard all of the songs before, but the deadpan stoner banter between songs is always different.
They better keep the honey slide banter in from the Bottom Line show.
Been enjoying Young Shakespeare more and more... the growth throughout these months in 1970-71 is remarkable...
Archives Vol. II - 1972-1976 Compilation Box Set. RELEASED in 2020
Homegrown - Unreleased 1975 Studio Album. Special Release Series. First mentioned 11 years ago (being ‘rebuilt’). RELEASED in 2020
Return to Greendale (Neil Young & Crazy Horse live, 2003). Live Album. RELEASED in 2020.
Odeon Budokan (Neil Young & Crazy Horse live, 1976). Live Album. RELEASED in 2020 as part of 'Archives Vol. II'.
Dume (Neil Young & Crazy Horse, 1975). Studio Sessions. RELEASED in 2020 as as part of 'Archives Vol. II'.
Way Down in the Rust Bucket - Unreleased 1990 Live Album. Live Performance Series 11.5 RELEASED in 2021.
Young Shakespeare - Unreleased 1971 Live Album. Live Performance Series 3.5. RELEASED in 2021.
Carnegie Hall 1970 - Live Album. Bootleg Series OBS 01. Taken from Multitrack soundboard. RELEASED in 2021.
Royce Hall 1970 - Live Album. Bootleg Series OBS 04. Taken from Multitrack soundboard. RELEASED in 2022.
I’m Happy Y’All Came Down - Dorothy Chandler Pavillion 1971 - Live Album. Bootleg Series OBS 03. Taken from Multitrack soundboard. RELEASED in 2022.
Citizen Kane Jr. Blues - Live Album. Bootleg Series OBS 05. Audience tape. RELEASED in 2022.
Somewhere Under The Rainbow - Neil Young & the Santa Monica Flyers live, 1973. Live Album. Bootleg Series OBS 06. Audience tape. SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE 10th SEPTEMBER 2021. NO RELEASE DATE LISTED AT PRESENT
High Flyin’ - Live compilation Album with The Ducks, 1977. Bootleg Series OBS 02. Taken from Mutlitrack soundboard. SCHEDULED FOR RELEASE 10th SEPTEMBER 2021. NO RELEASE DATE LISTED AT PRESENT
Toast - 2001 Studio Album. Special Release Series. First mentioned 14 years ago ( was up on Amazon pre-order in 2008) - Currently on the Timeline without a release date.
Alchemy - 2012/13 Live album. Live Performance Series. First Mentioned 9 years ago. Currently on the Timeline without a release date. April 2021 = “unscheduled”.
Noise and Flowers - Unreleased live album from Europe 2019. No release date.
Ragged Glory II / ‘Ragged Glory Extended’? - 1990 Studio Album/Additional sessions from 'Ragged Glory' - First mentioned 4 years ago, with anticipated release in 2019, which never happened. Live Release Series. Currently on the Timeline without a release date. Mentioned on 14th Jan 2021 ‘Letters’ that it is coming in 2021, features the song ‘Interstate’ and was referred to as ‘Ragged Glory extended’. Not sure if that’s the new name for it. Mentioned on 11/04/2021 as being “Ragged Glory / Smell The Horse”. No release date.
Chrome Dreams - Unreleased 1975/76 Studio Album/Sessions. Special Release Series. First mentioned 13 years ago (being ‘rebuilt’). Currently on the Timeline without a release date. April 2021 = “unscheduled”.
Oceanside-Countryside - Unreleased Studio Album/Sessions. Special Release Series. First mentioned 13 years ago (being ‘rebuilt’). Possibly to be released as part of “Archives Vol 3” scheduled for 2022.
Give To The Wind Orchestra - live at Nashville music union hall. Possibly to be released as part of “Archives Vol 3’ scheduled for 2022.
Johnny’s Island - 1982 (?) Unreleased Studio Album/Sessions. NOT the same as ‘Island In The Sun’ according to Neil. First mentioned Jan 2021. “Johnny’s Island’ is a complete 10 track album now being prepared for release at NYA and includes a majority of unreleased tracks including ‘Rainin’ in Paradise,’ ‘Johnny,’ and’ Love Hotel,’ and the 3 ‘non computer’ tracks from ‘Trans’ (previously released) among others. it’s a beautiful record coming to you soon.” Not on timeline. Part of ‘Neil Young Archives Vol. 3’, currently scheduled for 2022.
Road of Plenty - Unreleased 1986-89 Studio Album/Additional sessions from various albums from this period. Special Release Series. Currently not on the Timeline. No release date. Possibly part of “Archives Vol 3”. April 2021 = “unscheduled”.
“Garage” or “Rusted Out Garage” - Unreleased 1986 Live Album. (Video?) Live Performance Series. Currently on the Timeline without a release date.
Early Daze - Unreleased 1969 Studio (?) Album. Live Performance Series?/Special Release Series?. Currently on the Timeline without a release date. Mentioned in 'Letters' as planned for 2121* (probably a typo and he means 2021...I hope). Possibly now scheduled for 2022. April 2021 = “unscheduled”.
Live Freedom - Unreleased 1989 Live Album. Live Performance Series. Currently on the Timeline without a release date. Possibly part of “Archives Vol 3”.
The Boarding House - Unreleased 1978 Live Album. Possibly part of “Archives Vol. 3”.
Old Ways - Unreleased 1983 Studio Album/Sessions. Possibly part of “Archives Vol. 3”.
Summer Songs - 1987 studio tape. Released online. Physical release pending (?)
Archives Vol. III - 1977-19?? - Compilation Box Set - "Slated for 2022" according to message on the Archives webiste dated 25th Nov 2020. April 2021 = “unscheduled”. Includes “Johnny’s Island”; “A Snapshot In Time”; “Boarding House”; “Give To The Wind”; “Oceanside/Countryside”; “Trans Animated”; “Island In The Sun”, “Summer Songs”(?). Neil mentions “8 films” -
CRAZY HORSE WORLD TOUR 1976
BOARDING HOUSE by Bernard Shakey
RUST NEVER SLEEPS by Bernard Shakey
HUMAN HIGHWAY by Bernard Shakey and Dean Stockwell
TRANS ANIMATED MOVIE by Micha and I
BERLIN by Michael Lindsay Hogg
IN A RUSTED OUT GARAGE by LA JOHNSON and B SHAKEY
SOLO TRANS by Hal Ashby
Possibly different cd / dvd / Blu-Ray versions. April 2021 = “unscheduled”.
Harvest Time (Neil Young & Stray Gators, 1970=/1971) - Unreleased album. Possibly superceded by various Bootleg Series releases. April 2021 = “Harvest 50th Anniversary Deluxe” mentioned for release in 2022. Unknown whether this may include the same content. September 2021 = “Harvest Time”, “four outtakes” and “complete film”, “almost two hours”, “coming in 2022”.
Other albums mentioned but little additional detail:
Island In The Sun (Neil Young, 1982) - Unreleased Studio Album/Sessions. Possibly part of “Archives Vol. 3”
Times Square (Neil Young & the Restless, 1989) - Unreleased Studio Album/Sessions.
Mirror Ball Live (Neil Young & Pearl Jam live, 1995) - Unreleased Live Album.
Timeless Orphium (same as 'Polar Vortex'?) - Video version on Archives website December 2020- CD/LP/DVD to follow? April 2021 = “unscheduled”.
Polar Vortex (Neil Young live, 2019) - Unreleased Live Album. Became 'Timeless Orphium?
The Tower - Philadelphia (Neil Young live, 2018) - Unreleased Live Album.
CSNY at Fillmore East (Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young live, 1970)- Unreleased Live Album.
Archives Vol. IV - ???? - Compilation Box Set
Mentioned but (probably) abandoned now:
Time Fades Away II - 1973 Unreleased Live Album. Live Performance Series. First mentioned 12 years ago. Possibly/probably superseded by 'Tooscaloosa', so not probably happening.
Homefires (Neil Young, 1974) - Unreleased Studio Album/Sessions. Some tracks released as part of "Archives Vol. II".
The unique start of “I Am A Child” on Dorothy Chandler sends chills.
Proof that time doesn’t exist for Neil Young.
An interesting thing to note: Neil seems to have stopped ‘announcing’ newly found material as if it’s about to be released.
If he sticks to the current backlog, all material currently listed should be releasable within the next 5 years at the current rate.
I'm a bit of an outlier as a Neil Young fan, I suppose -- in that, Neil never even crossed my radar until Freedom in 1989. (Born in 1968, so I have SOME excuse.) Heard "Rockin' In The Free World" and was hooked; was a loyal devotee through Silver & Gold, but my absolute favorite NY albums were Freedom and Sleeps With Angels. I eventually started exploring everything else, of course -- from Decade to the early solo albums and Buffalo Springfield, and I of course have the two Archive boxes. There are stretches of his career that are still unfamiliar to me (like, say, 1980-1988 and 2006-present), but I'm counting on the Archives series to help me sort those out.
Which is a long way of saying that I'm highly skeptical that Archives Vol. 3 is going to stretch all the way to 1989, as rumored. That is a LOT of territory to cover (even if you leave out the Geffen years), especially considering Vol. 2 only covered four years. What is the current speculation on the scope of Vol. 3? I'd hate to have to wait X number of years more to get to the "Freedom" era, which I am very interested in. I want Times Square, I want Road Of Plenty, I want Freedom Live ... I want all that stuff. Freedom is magical to me. Sorry for rambling...
Apologies if this has been covered somewhere already—or if the general consensus is we've already got it via Vol II—but do we reckon there's any possibility Odeon/Budokan is released on vinyl at some stage? Lord, I surely would love that.
There was talk of it but he appears to have moved on from it as I haven’t heard anything about it in a year or so.
The vinyl production log jam has done for that as well as Dume and others.At this point he is faced with the choice of using his vinyl quota for those at the expense of releasing other titles in any format.
If he had released them then we probably wouldn’t have got the 4 Bootleg titles in any format at all.
I’d rather the limited vinyl capacity be used for new releases
Sure but was Citizen Kane really more deserving of vinyl than Odeon etc?
Any idea when this will come out?
According to Amazon Germany, I should receive it tomorrow but it hasn't even shipped yet so it must be a glitch.
Yeah, me too. Very happy with the way its panned out. Bit of a shame though we don't live in a world where it isn't an either/or proposition. Odeon/Budokan on the old black disc would be sick. First world problems!!
Alas, I have NO speculation about Vol. 3 but maybe it does manage to get to the Freedom era if Neil doesn’t include “pre-existing albums” in the set.
But I am curious about your opinion of Broken Arrow, the album right after Sleeps With Angels.
Here's a question-- that 1974 Bottom Line gig (bootlegged as Citizen Kane Blues or just 'bottom line NYC 5/16/74', I think)--- the 'official' release coming out- is it the same tape source (audience, i think?) that we all have heard on the bootleg for years? Cleaned up any? Does anyone know? if its a 'new' soundboard, it'd be a must to get, I think, but if its the same aud tape.....not sure.
I saw 2 of the 86 crazy horse garage tour concerts. One at MSG & the other at the Jersey Meadowlands Byrne arena. They were truly fantastic shows. Nash & Crosby appeared with Neil at both for mini acoustic sets in between the hard rocking Horse set. And I distinctly remember the cow palace show was broadcast on the radio. Sam Kinison was involved in that concert as the neighbor yelling to turn down the music. Something like that. It was an expletive filled rant that was uncensored. It had me cracking up. I really hope they release that show from the tour.
Same source cleaned up, slightly edited
Agreed, I think the era is very underrated. iirc the Cow Palace show has been shown on the NYA movie theater, hope they'll release it.
Is this the version that ended up on Time Fades Away? Certainly sounds like it...
It will be in the Bluray version of Archives Volume 3.
There is also a live album from that tour included however it has tracks from various shows.
I thought Broken Arrow was a big letdown after Sleeps With Angels, which to me was one of his best ever. Seemed like "Horse By Numbers" to me ... although I will say that "Music Arcade" is one of my favorite Neil songs ever. Heck, one of my favorite SONGS ever.
I was also at the MSG show. Just a pup at 15, but still a great experience and one that has made me want to see Neil live every chance I can get ever since.@
Sounds like Toast is about to come up for preorder.
Separate names with a comma.