Friday, July 22, 2011

Neil Young (solo acoustic) - 1999-04-18 - Orpheum Theater, Boston

NEIL YOUNG (solo acoustic)
April 18, 1999
Orpheum Theatre, Boston, MA
Rustin' Away In Boston

Audience recording, very good quality
Available in both Lossless (Flac) and mp3 (@320) versions

Following up on the comprehensive 1999 tour compilation already posted, here is a good example of a complete single show from that tour. This show comes from about mid-way through the tour, and features a notably eclectic assemblage of songs that was typical on this tour. A couple of oddities were that this was the only show on the tour where he played 'Mansion on the Hill', and one of only 3 shows where he played 'Comes A Time'. This is a nice sounding recording, impinged only slightly by some overly enthusiastic fans in a few spots. And, as always, I have also included this show because it is one that is not already readily available elsewhere.
So, please enjoy some more from Neil's 1999 shows, this time a representative complete show, rather than the compilation.    

CD 1:
1. Tell Me Why
2. Looking Forward
3. War Of Man
4. Out Of Control
5. Cortez The Killer
6. World On A String
7. Philadelphia
8. Love Is A Rose
9. Homegrown
10. Daddy Went Walkin'
11. Distant Camera
12. The Last Trip To Tulsa

CD 2:
1. Southern Pacific
2. Old Man
3. Long May You Run
4. Harvest Moon
5. Slowpoke
6. After The Gold Rush
7. Good To See You
8. Mansion On The Hill
9. Pocahontas
10. Red Sun
11. Comes A Time

New Links! (Updated 09/15/18)
mp3-CD1: Neil_Young_1999-04-18_-_Boston_mp3_CD1.rar
    CD2: Neil_Young_1999-04-18_-_Boston_mp3_CD2.rar

Flac - CD1: Neil Young_1999-04-18_Boston_FLAC-CD1
          CD2: Neil Young_1999-04-18_Boston_FLAC-CD2


sealy said...

Lovely stuff. Thank you so much

david said...

many thanks: cool show

Bill ONeill said...

I am not even sure how to thank you enough for having this. I was at this show with my girlfriend (now wife) and have talked about this concert for almost 15 years now. I have had the pleasure of being to literally thousands of concerts and for whatever reasons other than the obvious heard here, this concert remains at the top of my list...truly the most moving of all the music experiences I have had the good fortune of attending live. One man, some wood, strings and keys...and Boston's Orpheum became a church that night. Thank you thank you thank you!