The Harvest-era concert features some of Young’s earliest known performance footage.
He also collaborated on albums by Linda Ronstadt, Gordon Lightfoot, and Dead Kennedys.
In different ways, both projects speak to his controversial 1982 album Trans.
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Three-track effort was co-produced by King Tuff and SASAMI.
Out February 26th via Reprise Records.
The veteran songwriter also says he feels “empathy for the people who have been so manipulated.”
The legendary guitarist and songwriter joins Kyle Meredith to discuss his new live album.
Publishing house Hipgnosis now owns half of the worldwide copyrights to Young’s 1,180 songs.
The intimate performance took place at Coronation Hallin Omemee, Ontario.
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The celebratory re-release comes with two versions of the B-side “Wonderin'”.