Live At Massey Hall 1971 (live album) by Neil Young
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The best album by Neil Young is After The Gold Rush which is ranked number 78 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 18,402.
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Fantastic documentation of a young genius at work.
Criminally underrated on this site.
Massey Hall is near and dear to my heart. I fell in love with Neil Young's music through this album. His voice is not to be believed.
One of those concerts you wish you were there... Such an intimate, powerful live album
This album kinda ruined Harvest for me (in a good way). The live setting's just more Neil's speed than the (at times) orchestrated, well-rehearsed studio versions. Many of the songs are from Harvest, but I just prefer these stripped back renditions of them.
Superb live album. Much more polished than Live at the Cellar Door. A Man Needs a Maid/ Heart of Gold was my favorite track.
It's a brilliant venue - you can hear the heritage, the intimacy, and the 'hometown' crowd familiar with the artist. And it has great acoustics. A brilliant album that sells Neil Young as well as it sells Massey Hall.
This is a must have for Neil Young fans and for those on the fence about this great artist. All his early stuff is here and he delivers superb renditions of his classics solo/unaccompanied by any other musician. This was instantly a favorite of mine and his best release in years.
This album was released in 2007, not 1971.
Ditto...i bought the single to "Kick out the jams" in 9th grade, it is one of my all time favorites, I don't know how they got that sound, is it live? or studio manipulation? Of course 'live at leeds', the allman brothers, tim buckley, all classics...
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