The Canterbury House gigs are released 40 years on

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As previously reported, Neil Young is to release ‘Sugar Mountain Live’ the next installment in his ‘Archive Performance Series’, and uncut.co.uk can reveal what the tracklisting is.

Young played two solo gigs at the The Canterbury House in Ann Arbor, Michigan on November 9 and 10, 1968 and recorded those nights on a TEAC 2 track tape recorder, which until now have never been released.

The 23-track, 13 song, Sugar Mountain Live album includes songs written during his time with Buffalo Springfield as well as then new material as well as Young’s anecdotes inbetween songs.

The live album is released on November 25 through Reprise, and will not be included in the ‘imminent’ Neil Young Archives Vol. 1 (1963 – 1972).

The Archives which were meant to be released this Autumn, have now been postponed to Spring 2009, with a date still to confirmed.

The Sugar Mountain Live track listing is:

‘(Emcee intro)’
‘On The Way Home’
‘Songwriting rap’
‘Mr. Soul’
‘Recording rap’
‘Expecting To Fly’
‘The Last Trip To Tulsa’
‘Bookstore rap’
‘The Loner’
‘”I used to” rap’
‘Birds’
‘Winterlong’ (excerpt) and ‘Out of My Mind’ (intro)
‘Out Of My Mind’
‘If I Could Have Her Tonight’
‘Classical Gas rap’
‘Sugar Mountain’ (intro)
‘Sugar Mountain’
‘I’ve Been Waiting For You’
‘Songs rap’
‘Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing’
‘Tuning Rap & The Old Laughing Lady’ (intro)
‘The Old Laughing Lady’
‘Broken Arrow’


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