Neil Young Tapping 1990 Crazy Horse Gig For Live Album And Film


Neil Young has announced the February 26th release of the concert film and double disc, titled Way Down In The Rust Bucket. Rolling Stone reported, "The show took place November 13th, 1990 in front of 800 lucky fans at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, California, two months after the release of Ragged Glory and shortly before the start of a long arena tour with Sonic Youth and Social Distortion." The album is available for pre-sale on Friday (January 15th)

In a statement announcing the project, Young posted on his website (NeilYoung "This show is one of my all-time Crazy Horse favorites. More songs will be added here before the official release."

Neil Young explained what Crazy Horse brings to him as a songwriter and a musician: ["They make me play better and I've known them for so long, they make me play better when I play with them. It's just a certain kind of music I play great with Crazy Horse. It's more free. Crazy Horse is a very simple sound, it's mostly emotional and not very technical — so, I like that. 'Gives me a chance to expresses myself."] SOUNDCUE (:18 OC: . . . to express myself)

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