Saturday, July 1, 2017

Neil Young 1988-08-22 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, NY

Neil Young And The Blue Notes
Saratoga Performing Arts Center
Saratoga Springs, NY
08/22/1988

Source: Unknown audience recording > cass (1st gen)
Lineage: cass > Nakamachi MR-1 > Korg MR-1000 >  DFF (1Bit 5.6 MHz) > AudioGate SoftWare >
               wav 24/96 > Adobe Audition 1.5 > Wavelab 6 (with iZotope Ozone 4) > iZotope RX Advanced >
               wav 16/44.1 > CD Wave > TLH > Flac 16



Disc 1

01   //Ten Men Workin'
02   Hello Lonely Woman
03   I'm Going
04   crowd/banter
05   Married Man
06   Coupe DeVille
07   Ordinary People
08   crowd/tuning
09   Days That Used To Be
10   crowd/banter
11   After The Goldrush
12   crowd
13   Sixty To Zero
14   tuning/banter
15   Life In The City
16   band intros


Disc 2

01   Bad News
02   Ain't It The Truth
03   Twilight//
04   //Hey, Hey, My, My
05   This Note's For You
06   crowd/banter

encores:

07   Welcome To The Big Room >
08   Tonight's The Night




Neil Young - vocal, guitars, harmonica
Ben Keith - alto saxophone
Larry Cragg - baritone saxophone
Steve Lawrence - tenor saxophone
Claude Cailliet - trombone, euphonium
Tom Bray - trumpet
John Fumo - trumpet
Frank Sampedro - organ
Rick Rosas - bass
Chad Cromwell - drums



Notes:

- "Ten Men Workin' " has some problems during the first 1:17.
- the last few notes of "Twilight" and the first few notes of "Hey, Hey, My, My" are missing
- tape pause after "Coupe DeVille " and tape flips after "Days That Used To Be" and "Twilight" crossfaded
- seamless transition between discs


Comments:

- This is a fun show and it's worth having just for "Ordinary People", an outstanding performance.

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- Edited by SIRMick

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