Neil Young confirms release of archival live album, Tuscaloosa

The 1973 set with Stray Gators is due out on June 7

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Neil Young has confirmed that his live album Tuscaloosa – recorded on February 5, 1973, at the University of Alabama – will be officially released on June 7.

The album can be pre-ordered by clicking here.

It features his backing band Stray Gators, captured on the same tour that also yielded the Time Fades Away live album.

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Check out the full tracklisting for Tuscaloosa and hear “Don’t Be Denied” below:

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01 Here We Are In The Years
02 After the Gold Rush
03 Out on the Weekend
04 Harvest
05 Old Man
06 Heart of Gold
07 Time Fades Away
08 Lookout Joe
09 New Mama
10 Alabama
11 Don’t Be Denied

There are also special lithograph bundles available from Neil Young’s official store.

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