Live at the Los Angeles Music Center Dorothy Chandler Pavilion February 1, 1971. Many of the songs played at this show were unreleased at the time, hence the messed up titles. Matrix, Runout (Side One): 3245A1. Matrix, Runout (Side Two): 3245B1. Other Versions (5 of 31) View All. Cat. The Complete Neil Young Live At The Los Angeles Music Center February 1st, 1971 (LP, Unofficial). Immaculate Conception Records.
For sale: Neil Young-Young Man's Fancy LP Record: VG+ great copy plays wonderful. Cover: VG+. Overall, a good copy for any collector.
Like its two predecessors in the Archives series, the concerts captured on Sugar Mountain are legendary among Neil Young collectors, in this case because of the gentle, tentative version of the title track that showed up on Decade - prior to this, the only official release from the concert. At first glance, Sugar Mountain might seem similar to Live at Massey Hall 1971, as they're both solo acoustic sets, but the tenor of the two shows is quite different. Massey Hall captured Neil in full flight, just before the release of Harvest, whereas the concerts on Sugar Mountain were just a month.
Neil Young is the self-titled debut studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young following his departure from Buffalo Springfield in 1968, issued on Reprise Records. Some sources place the album's release date on January 22, 1969, while other sources have the release date as Young's 23rd birthday, November 12, 1968. It was then partially remixed and re-released in November 1969, but at no time has the album ever charted on the Billboard 200.
Neil Young – 1 LP – (Great Live Concerts) – complete Glühend Morgendämmerung 1 – 1 LP – (blank labels) – complete. Seller wrote: this is the rarest issue on Zerocks Records of that gig from original tmoq 71022 press ; vinyl matrix is tmoq 71022; foldout deluxe cover. Live On Sugar Mountain – 1 LP – (Blank Record label) – ( missing CITS, OTWH, TMW, DLIBYD, IAAC) Live On Sugar Mountain Vol 2 – 1 LP – (Smegma Records) – (missing all of above plus ANAM & HOG) Live On Sugar Mountain – 1 LP – (Berkeley Records) – (missing CITS, OTWH, TMW, DLIBYD, IAAC) Live On Sugar Mountain – 1 LP – (Berkeley Records) – (missing CITS, OTWH, TMW, DLIBYD, IAAC) – (lighter colored cover).
Album: Decade (1969). Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Oh, to live on Sugar Mountain With the barkers and the colored balloons, You can't be twenty on Sugar Mountain Though you're thinking that you're leaving there too soon, You're leaving there too soon. It's so noisy at the fair But all your friends are there And the candy floss you had And your mother and your dad.
At first glance, Sugar Mountain might seem similar to Live at Massey Hall 1971, as they're both solo acoustic sets, but the tenor of the two shows is quite different. Massey Hall captured Neil in full flight, just before the release of Harvest, whereas the concerts on Sugar Mountain were just a month or two shy of the release of his first solo album. He had hits with Buffalo Springfield - much of the set list leans heavily on Springfield songs, such as "Mr. Soul," "Expecting to Fly," "Birds," "Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing," and "Broken.
He seemed a young man out of time-which may be one reason he chose to invest so much equal time in being a more familiar electric rocker. But Sugar Mountain: Live at Canterbury House 1968occurring after Buffalo Springfield’s break-up but before the release of his first album-offers a different interpretation: Young the raconteur: a relaxed, funny and engaging. stage presence capable of witty, personal monologues worthy of a talk-show host or observational stand-up comedian.