ATL Collective closes out its presentation of Neil Young's classic album, "After the Gold Rush." At Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA on January 11, 2012.
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From the album After The Gold Rush. Love this one!
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Hey Hey Cripple creek ferry butting through the overhanging trees, Neil Young's song By Normanski Kamera from after the goldrush album
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Playing drums to this Neil Young song from the After The Gold Rush album, released in 1970. Yamaha Club Custom drums Dunnett COB 2N snare drum Sabian cymbals COPYRIGHT NOTICE This is a drum cover of Cripple Creek Ferry by Neil Young and is the copyrighted property of it's owner(s). For fun, educational, personal use only.
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From the album 'After the Gold Rush', 1970. Lyrics: Now that you found yourself losing your mind Are you here again? Finding that what you once thought was real Is gone, and changing? Now that you made yourself love me Do you think I can change it in a day? How can I place you above me? Am I lying to you when I say that I believe in you? I believe in you. Coming to you at night I see my questions I feel my doubts Wishing that maybe in a year or two We could laugh and let it all out Now that you made yourself love me Do you think I can change it in a day? How can I place you above me? Am I lying to you when I say that I believe in you? I believe in you.
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Artista: Neil Young Album: Eldorado Data di uscita: 1989 Testo: Ain't a day goes by, I don't burn a little bit of my soul Ain't a day goes by, I don't burn a little bit of my soul Scored some friends along the way Did what I did, said what I had to say And I'd do it all again if I had to today When all is said and done I'm the one. It's a long hard road when your friends start to leave you behind It's a long hard road when you try to find peace of mind Some might go for poison And some go for too much stuff Some just go to sleep at night And forget to wake up. Cocaine eyes Can't hide your face It's no surprise You lose the race Again. Ain't a day goes by, I don't burn a little bit of my soul Ain't a day goes by, I don't burn a little bit of my soul Scored some friends along the way Did what I did, said what I had to say And I'd do it all again if I had to today 'Cause when all is said and done I'm the one. I'm the one, yeah. Cocaine eyes It won't hide your face It's no surprise You lost the race Once again My old friend.
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The closing track of his 1972 album "Harvest".
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Copyright violation not intended. All rights recognised and owned by the artist and respective record label. 'Oh, Lonesome Me', from the third studio album 'After the Gold Rush' by Neil Young (1969). Partially recorded at legendary recording studio, Sound City. Original version written and recorded by Don Gibson (1958). Lyrics: Everybody's going out And having fun I'm a fool for staying home And having none I can't get over how she set me free, Oh lonesome me There must be some way That I can lose these lonesome blues Forget about my past and Find someone new I've thought of everything from A to Z Oh lonesome me I'll bet she's not like me She's out and fancy free Flirting with the boys with all her charms But I still love her so, and brother Don't you know it, I'd welcome her Right back her in my arms
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"Words (Between the Lines of Age)" is the tenth and final track on Neil Young's 1972 masterpiece "Harvest" Lyrics Someone and someone were down by the pond Looking for something to plant in the lawn. Out in the fields they were turning the soil I'm sitting here hoping this water will boil When I look through the windows and out on the road They're bringing me presents and saying hello. Singing words, words between the lines of age. Words, words between the lines of age. If I was a junkman selling you cars, Washing your windows and shining your stars, Thinking your mind was my own in a dream What would you wonder and how would it seem? Living in castles a bit at a time The King started laughing and talking in rhyme. Singing words, words between the lines of age. Words, words between the lines of age.
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From the album "Rust Never Sleeps", released in 1979 by Reprise. Written by Neil Young and Jeff Blackburn.
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From the album "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere", released in 1969 by Reprise. Written and performed by Neil Young and Crazy Horse.
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As expected. this entire album is awesome I ordered the CD and drove to Katy, Texas a few days ago and this is the result. "Mother Earth (Natural Anthem)" is a song written by Neil Young and this version is the 1st track on Earth , a live album by Neil Young and Promise of the Real, recorded on their Rebel Content Tour in 2015. It was released on June 17, 2016, exclusively for streaming on Tidal. The album was released on double CD and Pono formats on June 24, 2016, and triple LP on August 12, 2016. Young described the album as "a collection of 13 songs from throughout my life, songs I have written about living here on our planet together." The album's mix also includes nature and animal sounds, including turkeys, insects, crows, and thunder. Young said that he was inspired by animals because "they don't have this uptight vibe. They don't have all the hatred and everything." Young appeared on the podcast WTF with Marc Maron to promote the album. During the interview, he described Earth as "an ear movie" and said that he wanted to break the rules of live recordings. He discussed a scene in Bram Stoker's Dracula where the camera shows the perspective of a flying bat, and said this was an inspiration for the album. He revealed that the French horn part in the Earth version of "After the Gold Rush" was lifted from the master tapes of the original 1970 recording of the song, which he intended to have a disorienting effect. He also revealed that the backup singers on Earth are professional vocalists who primarily record commercial jingles, which he intended as an "edgy" choice. He directed the singers to sing optimistically about Exxon and Monsanto, and "make it sound like a beautiful day." Prior to a scheduled phone interview with Newsweek, Young's publicist instructed writer Zach Schonfeld to listen to the album in the Pono format. Young hung up on Schonfeld three minutes into the call because he did not believe Schonfeld had listened to the entire record. Earth has a score of 66 out of 100 on the review aggregator website Metacritic, based on 15 reviews, indicating "generally favorable reviews." In his positive review for AllMusic, Stephen Thomas Erlewine called Earth "one of Young's genuinely inspired nutso albums" and wrote that "animal sounds infect Earth, sometimes swallowing the guitars, sometimes chirping along in rhythm, an affect that is precisely the opposite of natural." Writing for Rolling Stone, David Fricke compared the "urgent" performances to "1991's live Weld cut at Farm Aid with the last-stand fervor of Freedom." Pitchfork Media's Sam Sodomsky wrote that "Simply put, the album would probably be better without [the animal sounds]," but stated that Earth overall "is surprisingly balanced and well-considered," thanks to "the thematic consistency of Young’s songwriting" and the "loose, steady groove" of Promise of the Real. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_(Neil_Young_album) http://www.neilyoung.com/?frontpage=true https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ragged_Glory Oh, Mother Earth, With your fields of green Once more laid down by the hungry hand How long can you give and not receive And feed this world ruled by greed. Oh, ball of fire (Oh, ball of fire) In the summer sky (In the summer sky) Your healing light, (Your healing light, ) your parade of days (your parade of days) Are they betrayed (Are they betrayed) by the men of power (by the men of power) Who hold this world (Who hold this world) In their changing hands. Oh, freedom land (Oh, freedom land) Can you let this go (Can you let this go) Down to the streets (Down to the streets) where the numbers grow (where the numbers grow) Respect Mother Earth (Respect Mother Earth) and her healing ways (and her healing ways) Don't trade away (Don't trade away) Our children's days (Our children's days) Respect Mother Earth and her healing ways Don't trade away our children's days. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use" I do not own the music inside the video. No copyright infringement intended.
Views: 1531 Paul Cronauer
This mix is intended to be listened to without knowing the upcoming track, so try not to peek or skip ahead. The working theme to this series is to highlight an artist with three songs. Then riff off and mix in whatever song I feel flows with the previous song. And hopefully ending with the artist I started with and make a nice cyclic mix. Sometimes I fail, and end up in a strange place. But that can lead to some interesting musical discoveries. All songs from record. Youtube has a way of derailing my flow with a copyright block. That's why I started a Mixcloud account. The complete mix can be found there. If you want to hear the real direction of this mix please give it a listen. If you just need a musical fix and like a vinyl feel, this will scratch the itch. Enjoy. Afterthoughts---- I returned this mix to it's original line-up even though it has been massively cut-up. It has lost almost all sense of flow. I guess that is what Mixcloud is for. Hopefully the volume of the Mixcloud uploads has improved. Working on re-uploading all the mixes for YouTube and Mixcloud for better sound. Twitter= https://twitter.com/The33revolution Mixcloud= https://mixcloud.com/polarimis YouTube= https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzGAtDFahe0In44nh4qobLw Track Titles: (song\artist\album\time) 1) Crime In The City (Sixty To Zero part 1)-Neil Young (Freedom) 00:00 2) Song X-Neil Young (Mirrorball) 3) Like A Hurricane (live)-Neil Young + Crazy Horse (Live Rust) 4) Oh Well (part 1)-Fleetwood Mac (Then Play On) DELETED DUE TO COPYRIGHTS listen to the mixcloud version for this track https://www.mixcloud.com/Polarimis/the-33rd-revolution-ep-5-neil-young-mix/ 5) Heroin-The Velvet Underground (The Velvet Underground + Nico) 6) Desperation-Steppenwolf (Steppenwolf) 7) Go Back Home-Stephen Stills (Stephen Stills) 8) Bottom Of The Sea-Muddy Waters (After The Rain) 9) a)Rainy Day,Dream Away b)1983...(A Merman I Should Turn To Be) c)Moon Turn The Tides...gently gently away-The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Electric Ladyland) DELETED DUE TO COPYRIGHTS listen to the mixcloud version for this track https://www.mixcloud.com/Polarimis/the-33rd-revolution-ep-5-neil-young-mix/ 10) Still Raining, Still Dreaming-The Jimi Hendrix Experience (Electric Ladyland) DELETED DUE TO COPYRIGHTS listen to the mixcloud version for this track https://www.mixcloud.com/Polarimis/the-33rd-revolution-ep-5-neil-young-mix/ 11) All Your Love-Bluesbreakers (John Mayall with Eric Clapton) 14) Cripple Creek Ferry-Neil Young (After The Gold Rush) DELETED DUE TO COPYRIGHTS listen to the mixcloud version for this track https://www.mixcloud.com/Polarimis/the-33rd-revolution-ep-5-neil-young-mix/
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side b der Single "a Letter to Neil", aufgenommen vom Wienerlied-/Volkssänger-Duo Lipp & Lenz bei Supersense im legendären Record Elevator. Coverversion des Liedes "Cripple Creek Ferry" / Album "After the Gold Rush (1970)" original Text & Musik: Neil Young Übersetzung (Wiener Version): R.J. Gitarren: R.J. & H.M.Wolf Gesang: R.J. & H.M.Wolf ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ OOOOO ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ side b from the Single "a Letter to Neil", recorded by Lipp & Lenz in the legendary record Elevator at Supersense. Coverversion from the Song "Cripple Creek Ferry", Album "After the Gold Rush (1970)" original Lyric & music: Neil Young Translation (viennese Version): R.J. Guitars: R.J. & H.M.Wolf Voices: R.J. & H.M.Wolf
Views: 222 Joe Walkaway
Unreleased early take of 'Wonderin' recorded during the After the Gold Rush sessions, c. 1970.
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From the album (1963) 'Bluegrass Banjos On Fire'. Very rare. Roger Sprung's banjos are shown in the photo. The musicians are not mentioned on the LP or on the cover. The most accomplished opinion is that the banjoist was Buck Trent. However, it was never said to be a true declaration, for at the time, the recording was made by musicians who were currently signed under major labels as single acts or with their bands, and they anonymously recorded the album, which BTW is a great example of how to use Scruggs-Keith tuners! All 12 songs from the album are now uploaded for posterity since they were not on YouTube before. Enjoy! Here are links to all 12 songs on the album: Ballad Of Jed Clampett http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XC5J_Rq9LWM Arkansas Traveler http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kFIrmVlHNg Blue Grass Blossoms http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDwnQiPCyZg Camptown Races http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pLOEgHaApQk Cumberland Gap http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7xr13MtQF_8 Fire On The Mountain http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9TFIikuaTg Goin' up Cripple Creek http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xp9bNj4w4Sg Grandfather's Clock http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1WEeUuzi3nE Ole' Dan Tucker http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-HQVuatE7x0 Ole' Joe Clark http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KoSsfPj1W74 Stay All Night http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI1kmrBztxs Careless Love http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=smEkEFPhiio
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A cover of Neil Young's "Comes A Time" from the 1978 album "Comes A Time" Lyrics Comes a time when your drifting Comes a time when you settle down Comes a light feelings lifting Lift that baby right up off the ground Whoa This old world keeps spinning round It's a wonder tall trees aint' layin' down There comes a time You and I we were captured We took our souls and we flew away We were right we were giving That's how we kept what we gave away
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Singer/ songwriter Zachary Scot Johnson ( www.zacharyscotjohnson.com ) performs a cover of Neil Young's "If I Could Have Her Tonight" on day 935 of thesongadayproject.
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Hawaii [Verse 1] At first I didn't like him He came asking for a loan I got nervous when he came into view [Pre-Chorus] On and overdose of vitamins Trying to explain Something that I already knew [Chorus] He said help me stay afloat and get back to Hawaii Hawaii [Verse 2] All the paintings* and the sketches Lay scattered on the sand And the condominium was close at hand [Pre-Chorus] Things were getting hard to follow I was feeling pretty hollow When the stranger came to me and put out his hand [Chorus] He said I think we better talk there's something you don't understand About Hawaii Hawaii [Verse 3] With my baby and my bicycle I up and rode away And many nights have passed since this morning came my way [Pre-Chorus] And I think about him often With his vitamins and kids Does he sleep with half a women on his mind? [Chorus] Well the other half just got left behind In Hawaii Hawaii *pictures (in this cover)
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