Neil Young - The 1973 Tour "Extra Special!" album
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1960 Бросил школу и начал играть в Форт Уильямсе в районе Онтарио, где встретил Стивена Стиллза, впоследствии ставшего участником Buffalo Springfield .
1971 Сольная карьера и сотрудничество с Crazy Horse. Женился в начале 1970-х. В 1978 году сочетался браком с джазовой исполнительницей Пеги Мортон.
Beatles fans got something Saturday night they hadn't in 53 years: the sight of Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr playing together on stage at Dodger Stadium. Although McCartney himself is not a stranger to the venue, having last played there just.
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Recorded January 29, 1973 @ The Scope, Norfolk, VA, USA. Record 1 has blank blue labels. Record 2 has blank grey labels. There are several references from Neil Young on this recording to the venue it was recorded at. He says "It's good to be here at the Scope" a few times and mentions "The Scope" at least 4 times throughout the album. This is in reference to The Scope in Norfolk, Virginia where he played on January 29, 1973. This album appears to be recorded entirely at this concert.
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Extra Special! is a compilation album by Peggy Lee. With help from producer David Cavanaugh and a variety of top-rate arrangers (Quincy Jones, Ralph Carmichael, Bill Holman, Johnny Mandel), Peggy Lee reprised 11 of her greatest performances (including several of her own compositions) on the 1967 album Extra Special! "Hey, Look Me Over" (Cy Coleman, Carolyn Leigh) - 1:55. When He Makes Music" (Jack Segal, Marvin Fisher) - 2:50. Walking Happy" (Jimmy Van Heusen, Sammy Cahn) - 2:34.
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Now Neil Lennon reckons he can make James Forrest a perfect 10. The 28-year-old is coming off the campaign of his dreams, establishing himself as his club and country’s most potent force and taking his medal haul to 17 in nine years with Celtic. Now boss Lennon is plotting a different future for the star he set on the path to greatness from his youth team a decade ago – and it involves clipping his wings. Lennon said: As he goes on, he may need to evolve his game in a different position
|A1||The War Is Over||0:50|
|B1||Don't Be Denied||6:44|
|B3||Are You Ready For The Country||5:07|
|C1||On The Way Home||3:43|
|C2||Here We Are In The Years||4:09|
|C3||After The Gold Rush||4:38|
|C4||Out On The Weekend||5:42|
|D2||Heart Of Gold||3:45|
|D3||Time Fades Away||5:39|
|D4||Look Out Joe||5:17|
- Recorded At – Scope Auditorium, Norfolk, Virginia
- Bass Guitar – Tim Drummond
- Drums – Kenny Buttrey
- Guitar, Lead Vocals, Harmonica – Neil Young
- Piano – Jack Nitzsche
- Steel Guitar – Ben Keith
NotesRecorded January 29, 1973 @ The Scope, Norfolk, VA, USA
Record 1 has blank blue labels. Record 2 has blank grey labels.
There are several references from Neil Young on this recording to the venue it was recorded at. He says "It's good to be here at the Scope" a few times and mentions "The Scope" at least 4 times throughout the album. This is in reference to The Scope in Norfolk, Virginia where he played on January 29, 1973. This album appears to be recorded entirely at this concert.
Between "Out On The Weekend" and "Harvest" Neil Young introduces his band as:
Bass Guitar - Tim Drummond
Drums - Kenny Buttrey
Piano - Jack Nitzsche
Steel - Ben Keith
Track A1 is not a song but just Neil Young saying "The War Is Over" to a cheering crowd. This is in reference to the recently ended Vietnam War.
The track listing on the back cover does not match the actual track listing. Here is a list of discrepancies:
Track A3 not listed on back cover.
Track A5 is a new song written for his newborn son. On the back cover there is a song labelled "New Song For Son Zak" at position B3. It is actually track A5 and the correct title is "New Mama".
Track B1 is "Don't Be Denied" whereas on the back cover it is listed as track A4.
Track B2 is "Cinnamon Girl" whereas on the back cover it is listed as track B1.
Track B3 is "Are You Ready For The Country" whereas on the back cover it is listed as track B2.
Track C3 is "After The Gold Rush" whereas on the back cover it is listed as track C4.
Track C4 is "Out On The Weekend" whereas on the back cover it is listed as track C5
Track C5 is "Harvest" whereas on the back cover it is listed as track C3.
Track D1 is incorrectly named on the back cover. It is listed as "Look At My Life" but it is actually "Old Man".
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