Tracks Recorded at the Agora to be Included on Neil Young's New Live Album

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Neil Young, performing at Wolstein Center. - JOE KLEON
  • Joe Kleon
  • Neil Young, performing at Wolstein Center.
Set to be released on Nov. 13, singer-guitarist Neil Young’s new live album, Bluenote Café, represents another entry in his Archives Performance Series. Set to be released as a 2-CD/4-LP set, the album takes its name from the horn band that backed Young on his 1987-1988 tour before and after the release of the Neil Young and the Bluenotes’ studio album This Note’s for You.

The album, which features a total of 23 tunes, culls material from several tour stops including Toronto, San Francisco, Hollywood, New York and Cleveland. “Bad News Comes to Town,” “Ain’t It the Truth,” “One Thing” and “Twilight” were recorded at the Agora during a show that took place on April 23, 1988. 

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