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Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1971 (Live)

NEIL YOUNG

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With his Official Bootleg Series, Neil Young reclaims performances that have been circulating as unofficial audience tapes or low-quality bootlegs for decades, cleaning up audio from the best possible sources and recapturing moments that had beforehand been covered in a muted haze. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1971 is a crisp, studio-quality rendering of a solo set Young performed in Los Angeles on February first, 1971. Before this official release, the show was one of Neil's more bootlegged, surfacing under multiple titles like Young Man's Fancy or I'm Happy That Y'all Came Down, since 1971. Much like the spellbinding Carnegie Hall 1970, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1971 finds Young alone with a guitar (or occasionally at the piano) running through material from the recently released After the Gold Rush, and sprinkling in a few tunes yet to be released on record. Soon-to-be classics like Harvest's "Old Man" and "Heart of Gold" show up, and he doesn't have the lyrics completely finished for "A Man Needs a Maid." As with the Carnegie Hall set list, there's a strong performance of "See the Sky About to Rain," which wouldn't see commercial release for a few more years. The similarities in song selection to the Carnegie Hall show make sense, as this gig happened only a few months later. Here, however, Neil sounds more relaxed in a less high-pressure venue. He mumbles casually through song introductions and approaches the tunes playfully, as if pondering the possibilities of his songwriting in real time. At one point he even tells the audience not to waste their energy applauding between every song. "You can just clap real loud at the end, and it'll be cool," he smirks. That laid-back attitude encapsulates the feel of Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, capturing a master songwriter in the middle of an early phase of brilliance, but in a moment where he sounds especially comfortable and at home on-stage. Less obsessive fans might not see the necessity in seeking out more than one live recording from a window of time when a lot of Young's shows were fairly similar. Young completists will of course need to hear the clarity of this recording, and will appreciate the subtle nuances in every joke, slight variation in delivery, and minor shift in presentation that separate this show from any other.
© Fred Thomas /TiVo

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1
On the Way Home (Live)
00:03:26

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

2
Tell Me Why (Live)
00:03:15

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

3
Old Man (Live)
00:03:30

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

4
Journey Through the Past (Live)
00:03:02

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

5
Cowgirl in the Sand (Live)
00:06:01

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

6
Heart of Gold (Live)
00:04:14

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

7
A Man Needs a Maid (Live)
00:04:30

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

8
Sugar Mountain (Live)
00:08:46

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

9
Don't Let it Bring You Down (Live)
00:02:39

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

10
Love in Mind (Live)
00:02:53

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

11
The Needle and the Damage Done (Live)
00:02:18

NEIL YOUNG, Composer, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - Lars Krarup, Arranger - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

12
Ohio (Live)
00:03:28

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

13
See the Sky About to Rain (Live)
00:03:41

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

14
I Am a Child (Live)
00:03:26

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

15
Dance Dance Dance (Live)
00:02:31

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Mixer - NIKO BOLAS, Editor

© 2021 Shakey Pictures Records LLC under exclusive license to Reprise Records. ℗ 2021 Shakey Pictures Records under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

Album Description

With his Official Bootleg Series, Neil Young reclaims performances that have been circulating as unofficial audience tapes or low-quality bootlegs for decades, cleaning up audio from the best possible sources and recapturing moments that had beforehand been covered in a muted haze. Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1971 is a crisp, studio-quality rendering of a solo set Young performed in Los Angeles on February first, 1971. Before this official release, the show was one of Neil's more bootlegged, surfacing under multiple titles like Young Man's Fancy or I'm Happy That Y'all Came Down, since 1971. Much like the spellbinding Carnegie Hall 1970, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion 1971 finds Young alone with a guitar (or occasionally at the piano) running through material from the recently released After the Gold Rush, and sprinkling in a few tunes yet to be released on record. Soon-to-be classics like Harvest's "Old Man" and "Heart of Gold" show up, and he doesn't have the lyrics completely finished for "A Man Needs a Maid." As with the Carnegie Hall set list, there's a strong performance of "See the Sky About to Rain," which wouldn't see commercial release for a few more years. The similarities in song selection to the Carnegie Hall show make sense, as this gig happened only a few months later. Here, however, Neil sounds more relaxed in a less high-pressure venue. He mumbles casually through song introductions and approaches the tunes playfully, as if pondering the possibilities of his songwriting in real time. At one point he even tells the audience not to waste their energy applauding between every song. "You can just clap real loud at the end, and it'll be cool," he smirks. That laid-back attitude encapsulates the feel of Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, capturing a master songwriter in the middle of an early phase of brilliance, but in a moment where he sounds especially comfortable and at home on-stage. Less obsessive fans might not see the necessity in seeking out more than one live recording from a window of time when a lot of Young's shows were fairly similar. Young completists will of course need to hear the clarity of this recording, and will appreciate the subtle nuances in every joke, slight variation in delivery, and minor shift in presentation that separate this show from any other.
© Fred Thomas /TiVo

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