Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young – Paris, France (03/23/76)

Neil Young
Pavillon de Paris
Paris, France
w/ Crazy Horse

Download: FLAC/MP3

Disk 1
1. Tell Me Why
2. Cowgirl In The Sand
3. After The Goldrush
4. Mellow My Mind
5. Too Far Gone
6. A Man Needs A Maid
7. No One Seems To Know
8. Heart Of Gold

Disk 2
1. Country Home
2. Don’t Cry No Tears
3. Down By The River
4. Lotta Love
5. Like A Hurricane
6. The Losing End
7. Drive Back
8. Southern Man
9. Cortez The Killer
10. Cinnamon Girl

Tour : 1976 Tour Of Japan & Europe with Crazy Horse
Band : Crazy Horse, Line Up 3
Neil Young – vocals, guitar, keyboards, banjo, harmonica
Frank Sampedro – guitar, keyboards, vocals
Billy Talbot – bass, vocals
Ralph Molina – drums, vocals

Source: Audience Master > unspecified DAT generations > DAT
Transfer: DAT > R500 > MBox > ProTools > xACT1.5b3 > flac(8)


From the original uploader:

Here’s one of the better early ’76 recordings which I haven’t seen torrented recently. Although I received it in the 90’s labeled as a DAT copy from the master, I’m not sure about that. There may be an analog
generation in there somewhere. You’ll notice the sound quality change between Cortez and Cinnamon Girl like two seperate tapes were used. I also had to clean up some diginoise during about 5 seconds of The Losing End using an unspecified generation CDR of the same recording. The patch sounds no worse than any of the other little sound flucuations in the recording. In spite of all of that, this is the best copy of this show that I’ve heard and I think you will like it. Like most of the ’76 shows, there’s great guitar work by Neil, especially near the end of Southern Man.

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