Neil Young And Crazy Horse
“The Horse is back in the barn now,” Young wrote to fans, “shaking off the rust” For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)
Guitarist Frank “Poncho” Sampedro insists that Neil Young And Crazy Horse’s November 1990 show at the Catalyst was not just a warmup. The band had been woodshedding new songs for a month before they took the stage at the small club in Santa Cruz, just a few miles from Young’s ranch. The show was filmed and recorded, but any plans for an official release were soon scrapped. Instead, the band — which also included bassist Billy Talbot and drummer Ralph Molina — released Ragged Glory in early 1991 and spent most of the year on the road playing angry, aggressive sets in venues that dwarfed the tiny Catalyst. It’s one of Young’s legendary tours, coinciding with the American invasion of Iraq as well as the alternative rock boom.
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The gentle, acoustic ballad appears on Neil Young’s new live album, ‘Return to Greendale’ For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)
1975 recording appears on Archives Volume 2: 1972-1976, out later this month For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)
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