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Live At The Fillmore East

Neil Young

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Album

Live At The Fillmore East

Neil Young

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Label: Reprise
Maybe this should be subtitled "Before the Damage." This powerful live document from the band's 1970 performances at the Fillmore East features the original, incendiary Crazy Horse lineup. Danny Whitten's trademark searing guitar jumps off the tracks here, most notably on "Cowgirl in the Sand." Also included is the Whitten/Young-penned (and sung) "Come on Baby, Let's Go Downtown," which was a staple of Crazy Horse shows. By 1972, Whitten was dead from heroin overdose, which greatly affected Young and sent him down many different artistic roads. One quibble: where's "Cinnamon Girl"?

About This Album

Maybe this should be subtitled "Before the Damage." This powerful live document from the band's 1970 performances at the Fillmore East features the original, incendiary Crazy Horse lineup. Danny Whitten's trademark searing guitar jumps off the tracks here, most notably on "Cowgirl in the Sand." Also included is the Whitten/Young-penned (and sung) "Come on Baby, Let's Go Downtown," which was a staple of Crazy Horse shows. By 1972, Whitten was dead from heroin overdose, which greatly affected Young and sent him down many different artistic roads. One quibble: where's "Cinnamon Girl"?

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About This Album

Maybe this should be subtitled "Before the Damage." This powerful live document from the band's 1970 performances at the Fillmore East features the original, incendiary Crazy Horse lineup. Danny Whitten's trademark searing guitar jumps off the tracks here, most notably on "Cowgirl in the Sand." Also included is the Whitten/Young-penned (and sung) "Come on Baby, Let's Go Downtown," which was a staple of Crazy Horse shows. By 1972, Whitten was dead from heroin overdose, which greatly affected Young and sent him down many different artistic roads. One quibble: where's "Cinnamon Girl"?