I was hanging down at the local used/some new record store.
Grabbed a copy of Joe Jackson "Live 1980/1986" and The Roches "Speak" for my kid, and Willie Nelson's "Moment of Forever" (with etched vinyl, no less!)
Then, just browsing, saw this...
Holy cow! A Neil LP I didn't already know about...and it's from 1978!
Haven't played it yet, but I have high hopes!
From reading about it, it seems half way between bootleg and legitimate release.
It's been so long since I found a decent vinyl bootleg, I'm gonna sip mimosas and play it in the morning.
Has anyone heard this before?
(They let me heaphone several Tom Waits bootleg LP's and they were stinking awful. Sounded like a microcassette hidden in a purse full of cellophane wrappers. had to buy the Neil Young unheard 'cause they only had one sealed copy...we'll see.)
Added: Nope, couldn't wait. VERY good 'member of the crowd' perpsective - like you'd like a live to show to actually sound with you about halfway bask.
GREAT hall ambience.
Very disturbing for running into an LP from a 32 year old preformance.
This has much overlap with the Live Rust, but this has a different feel.
I can't remember the last time I had such a joy of discovery moment!