The Canadian singer-songwriter announces that the audio and video testimony of the concert with Crazy Horse in 1990 will be released next February. Watch a preview
Initially expected for last December 6, Neil Young’s double live album “Way down in the rust bucket”, with the corresponding film-concert, has a new release date: the audio and video testimony of the show held by the Canadian singer-songwriter with Crazy Horse on November 13, 1990 at the Catalyst in Santa Cruz, California, it will see the light on February 26.
Announcing on Neil Young Archives the release of the live recording, which took place about two months after the release of “Ragged glory”, Young’s album made with his band and arrived on the markets in September 1990, the voice of “Rockin ‘in the free world” said: “The film and the double album will be released on February 26, 2021 and will be available for pre-order on January 15, 2021. This concert is one of my favorite shows with Crazy Horse. absolutely “.
The singer-songwriter, who while waiting for the release of “Way down in the rust bucket” has decided to give his audience a preview of the double live album and the relative film-concert, sharing the video of the execution on his website of “Country home” (available at this address), then declared: “Other songs will be available here before the official release”.
“This year, more records than any other year in my history will be released,” he recently wrote on the Neil Young Archives. “I want this to happen so I can enjoy the reactions to these works. Not that I feel I am going anywhere, but there are many more things waiting in the wings.”
“Covid-19 has provided the focused time for an uninterrupted completion, bringing these records and films to all of us,” he continues. “I no longer wait for records to have a life and then release another. It’s another world now. The Archives is opening up.”