Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young – Los Angeles, CA (09/22/92)

Neil Young - Los Angeles - 1992

Neil Young
Greek Theatre
Los Angeles, California
1992-09-22
Solo

Download: FLAC/MP3

Origin: EZTree
Source : DAT audience master > DAT > PC (wave) > resample to 44.1kHz > Flac
Quality: ***
Art: No

01 Comes A Time
02 Cinnamon Girl
03 Cowgirl In The Sand
04 From Hank To Hendrix
05 Unknown Legend
06 Dance, Dance, Dance – Love Is A Rose
07 Pocahontas
08 Like A Hurricane
09 War Of Man
10 Old King
11 Heart Of Gold

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12 Such A Woman
13 The Needle And The Damage Done
14 Tonight’s The Night
15 Speakin’ Out
16 Roll Another Number
17 Harvest Moon
18 Old Man
19 Powderfinger
20 Don’t Let It Bring You Down
21 Sugar Mountain
22 Mr. Soul
23 After The Gold Rush

Original notes:
Another show from the September leg of this tour – one of my personal all-time favourite Neil shows. Excellent sound quality. Neil is again in fine form both musically and with the banter – even Sugar Mountain comments on the hilarious story about Elvis before Old King. Volumes of the music have been boosted relative to the audience noise. Crowd is a little rowdy, mostly between tracks although you can hear someone stamping along to the music on a few of the tracks.

3 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: Neil Young – Los Angeles, CA (09/22/92)

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