Neil Young – Songs for Judy – Live (Remastered) (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 176,4 kHz]

Neil Young - Songs for Judy - Live (Remastered) (2018) [FLAC 24 bit, 176,4 kHz] Download

Artist: Neil Young
Album: Songs for Judy – Live (Remastered)
Genre: Rock
Release Date: 2018
Audio Format:: FLAC (tracks) 24 bit, 176,4 kHz
Duration: 01:19:23
Total Tracks: 23
Total Size: 2,64 GB


1. Neil Young – Songs for Judy (Intro) (03:25)
2. Neil Young – Too Far Gone (03:15)
3. Neil Young – No One Seems to Know (02:29)
4. Neil Young – Heart of Gold (02:53)
5. Neil Young – White Line (02:45)
6. Neil Young – Love Is a Rose (02:20)
7. Neil Young – After the Gold Rush (04:15)
8. Neil Young – Human Highway (03:04)
9. Neil Young – Tell Me Why (03:34)
10. Neil Young – Mr. Soul (03:06)
11. Neil Young – Mellow My Mind (02:30)
12. Neil Young – Give Me Strength (03:26)
13. Neil Young – A Man Needs a Maid (04:54)
14. Neil Young – Roll Another Number (02:22)
15. Neil Young – Journey Through the Past (03:17)
16. Neil Young – Harvest (02:42)
17. Neil Young – Campaigner (03:30)
18. Neil Young – Old Laughing Lady (05:18)
19. Neil Young – The Losing End (03:52)
20. Neil Young – Here We Are In the Years (03:53)
21. Neil Young – The Needle and the Damage Done (02:27)
22. Neil Young – Pocahontas (03:48)
23. Neil Young – Sugar Mountain (06:08)


Neil Young’s archives are a bottomless treasure chest. The Loner has unearthed some hidden gems from 1976, the year when he was on tour both with his group, Crazy Horse, and as a solo acoustic artist, not forgetting his shows with Stephen Stills with whom he released the album Long May You Run in September. Songs for Judy focuses on his solo acoustic performances and comprises of around twenty tracks that he recorded in Boston, Atlanta, Fort Worth, Houston, Madison, Chicago and New York throughout November. They are mostly his classic hits (Heart of Gold, After the Gold Rush, The Needle and the Damage Done) but there are also some less well-known ones (No One Seems to Know). This was Neil Young when he was surfing an incredible wave of creativity, in just two years he composed three masterpieces: On the Beach, Tonight’s the Night and Zuma. The content of his compositions is truly impressive, and despite only being equipped with a guitar, piano, organ and harmonica, the recordings are flawless and deserving of being played on a loop. Even if these kinds of unpublished recordings are recommended first and foremost for Neil Young fans, for those who aren’t as familiar with his music this is a great place to begin.  – Marc Zisman

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