Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young – Austin, TX (09/25/84) “Last of a Dying Breed”

Neil Young and The International Harvesters
Austin City Limits, Austin TX
1984 September 25

Download: FLAC/MP3

01 Are You Ready For The Country?
02 Hawks And Doves
03 Comes A Time
04 Bound For Glory
05 Fingers
06 Are There Any More Real Cowboys?
07 Heart Of Gold
08 Amber Jean
09 band introduction
10 Roll Another Number
11 Southern Pacific
12 The Needle And The Damage Done
13 Helpless

xx 01 California Sunset(removed)
14 It Might Have Been
15 Soul Of A Woman
16 Field Of Opportunity
17 Old Man
18 Powderfinger
19 Get Back To The Country
20 Down By The River

Anthony Crawford – guitars, mandolin, fiddle, banjo, vocals
Spooner Oldham – piano, organ
Ben Keith – pedal steel
Karl “Junkyard” Himmel – drums
Tim Drummond – bass
Rufus Thibodeaux – fiddle

Original lineage unknown
shn>flac level 8 July 2007 by Richard Flynn using TLH

From a bootleg called “Last Of A Dying Breed”.
This set omits all of the non-Austin City Limits songs that were on the bootleg. The source was probably a soundboard recording for the television show – what was eventually broadcast on TV did not include all of the songs on this set.

3 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young – Austin, TX (09/25/84) “Last of a Dying Breed”

  1. Necessary

    A really under appreciated period in Neil’s career. Great band and much better than the studio releases of the same period.

  2. I agree..Neil came across better live than on his studio effort ‘Old Ways’. ‘Old Ways’ was originally recorded in 1982. The result was an effort closer to ‘Harvest’. His label `Geffen` rejected the original version. Neil rerecorded the album with a stronger country lean. I tend to believe the original version of ‘Old Ways’ would have been a superior version.

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