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Postby Walk In My Shadow » 22 Feb 2021, 21:21

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Postby robertff » 23 Feb 2021, 17:02

Seems to be an almost weekly release/overload of NY material currently. Got plenty don't think I need anymore.



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Postby Walk In My Shadow » 23 Feb 2021, 18:28

robertff wrote:Seems to be an almost weekly release/overload of NY material currently. Got plenty don't think I need anymore.



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I probably won't get another acoustic Neil release.

And I'm hesitating on another Crazy Horse.

Enough is enough maybe. Except for the Dylan bootleg series :D
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Postby John_K » 25 Feb 2021, 00:57

I had the acoustic one in my Amazon basket, then suddenly it was €35... Fancied the vinyl, but I've so much NY I might just go CD this time 'round...

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Thanks for the heads up!

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I have Rust Bucket arriving tomorrow, and yes, I will buy Shakespeare :D
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I’m pretty sure I watched the video of this show (Rust Bucket) on the archives at one point. It was a very strong performance, as I recall, but as usual for Neil, it’s all shrouded in some silly, half baked “concert movie” concept.
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Dr. Baron wrote:I’m pretty sure I watched the video of this show (Rust Bucket) on the archives at one point. It was a very strong performance, as I recall, but as usual for Neil, it’s all shrouded in some silly, half baked “concert movie” concept.


Actually no, I'm wrong. That was something different. I'm all in for this and all the Ragged Glory-adjacent stuff he can dish out.
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Postby Dr. Baron » 26 Feb 2021, 23:46

I played this (Rust Bucket) today and, as I have said in other places: the set list is cool and NY’s guitar playing is exceptional. I can see why he released it. I’ll buy it.
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Postby Six String » 26 Feb 2021, 23:51

I have the rust bucket vinyl set on the way. This is a legendary show and I’ve never heard any of it. I have avoided listening to the trailer(s) so I can hear it all fresh on my own system for the first time. Not interested in more vintage acoustic Neil and might not ever buy another vintage release but one never knows. I’ve passed on several of the last releases including Homegrown so it isn’t that hard.
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It's about time rust goes to sleep...
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Postby robertff » 27 Feb 2021, 07:34

mudshark wrote:It's about time rust goes to sleep...





:D That's good, I like that.


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