Live At Massey Hall 1971 (Deluxe Version) - Neil Young

Live At Massey Hall 1971 (Deluxe Version)

Neil Young

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2007-03-13
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 19

  • ℗ 2007 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.


Title Artist Time
On the Way Home (Live) Neil Young 3:42 USD 1.29
Tell Me Why (Live) Neil Young 2:29 USD 1.29
Old Man (Live) Neil Young 4:56 USD 1.29
Journey Through the Past (Live Neil Young 4:15 USD 1.29
Helpless (Live) Neil Young 4:16 USD 1.29
Love In Mind (Live) Neil Young 2:47 USD 1.29
A Man Needs a Maid / Heart of Neil Young 6:39 USD Album Only
Cowgirl In the Sand (Live) Neil Young 3:45 USD 1.29
Don't Let It Bring You Down (L Neil Young 2:46 USD 1.29
There's a World (Live) Neil Young 3:33 USD 1.29
Bad Fog of Loneliness (Live) Neil Young 3:27 USD 1.29
The Needle and the Damage Done Neil Young 3:55 USD 1.29
Ohio (Live) Neil Young 3:40 USD 1.29
See the Sky About to Rain (Liv Neil Young 4:05 USD 1.29
Down By the River (Live) Neil Young 4:08 USD 1.29
Dance Dance Dance (Live) Neil Young 5:48 USD 1.29
I Am a Child (Live) Neil Young 3:19 USD 1.29
Old Man Neil Young 4:29 USD Album Only
Ohio Neil Young 3:38 USD Album Only


  • Terrific but some editing would have been nice

    By paperjet
    This is a really great Neil Young album--just he and his guitar playing amazing stuff. My one gripe is that they should have edited out some of the less meaningful banter, guitar tuning, and endless encore applause. It "set the stage" the first time or two, but with every successive listen that extraneous stuff distracts more from the amazing music. (We really don't need to hear Neil Young scolding the audience for taking pictures.) Don't let it stop you from buying the album but had that stuff been edited out it would have been that much more listenable.
  • Live at Massey hall

    By Thmnsy
  • I love listen to the first part of “Old Man"

    By ZebulonJames
    I usually HATE live recordings. But this one is just meaningful! Most other artist live recordings are just the original song with a bunch of screaming, but this one doesn’t have as much screaming , and Neil says some pretty meaningful things.
  • If you love music you need to listen to this album

    By GanjaVooDoo
    A masterpiece, intimate, and a very special moment that transfer throw time. A must!!!!
  • Neil Young's music speaks volumes

    By riverman62
    I noticed that the latest Reviews for this album were dated 2007. I wanted to be sure that listeners know that the music is outstanding and the writing is still as relevant today as it was when Neil originally wrote it. This is great music that will remain iconic of our time and timeless for listening. Enjoy!
  • Amazing

    By Jcr92830
    Neil young is one of the most successful soloist person out there in my opinion, and his songs are amazing preferably Cowgirl in the sand, old man, Ohio, needle and the damage done, I am a child, and helpless these are just a few good examples there are millions out there! my favorite Neil young song would have to be sugar mountain reminds me of old times!!!!! Great album!!!!!!
  • One of My Recent Favorites

    By Jimmy C. 24
    First off, the premise for this album is great. Neil Young is returning to Canada to perform for a very proud and appreciative national audience. The year is 1971, so many of the now-famous songs on this album (i.e. Old Man and The Needle and the Damage Done) were unknown to the crowd. Despite being in just his mid-twenties, Young shows an astounding amount of maturity and musical brilliance in this album; it's all acoustic, so he reworks some of his famous electric songs (Cowgirl in the Sand, Ohio, and Down By the River), includes jokes about his back injury (at the beginning of the Helpless take) and tells the stories behind some of his songs (Journey Through the Past, The Needle, and Old Man). Basically, he works the crowd like a much older man. His voice is in its prime and Young plays piano and guitar expertly. He is clearly in a great stage from a musical standpoint. Through it all, this album is definitely worth it. Channeling Young, I recommend buying the album on CD for much better quality. The differently-arranged versions of Ohio, Helpless, and particularly Down By the River (which is chilling) are my favorite tracks. On the Way Home, Journey Through the Past, and of course Old Man and The Needle are also excellent songs. This album is a must-have for a die-hard Neil Young fan, or anyone really. It'll definitely give you a great appreciation of Young's music. It's a keeper. P.S. iTunes, please allow people to separately buy the "music videos." That restriction is kind of ridiculous. :)
  • Ragged glory

    By Norm of the Night
    He fiddles with his guitar's mic and instructs people when to applaud(?), but it's still worth it. On the way home is just flat out brilliant. The work in progress A man needs a maid is also brilliant. It's amazing that one man could channel so much (white Canadian) soul in a solo performance. D$$n I wish I were there. OK, what are you waiting for? Buy it already.
  • This is not a recording of a musician, but of an artist.

    By Ethanovitch
    Recently, Neil Young has been at the top of all my playlists. Everything from Crazy Horse to just his solo material has been in regular rotation in my CD player. I saw 'Live at Masssey Hall 1971' on the CD shelf at a local Starbucks a few weeks ago, and I knew that I would have to have it. Now that I've heard this about a million times, I can definetly say that there is not better stripped down singer/sonwriter who is as diverse or "intellectual" (for lack of a better word) than Neil Young. Throughout the album, which is as clean sounding as a concert hall, Young lyrical mastery keeps consistent while his musical chops present themselves in the upmost humbled manner. His performance is professionally structured and only complements his compositions even more. If you are a Neil Young fan of any caliber, or if you just love poetic, utterly sweet songs, this is a much have for you. I remember reading somewhere that Neil Young is the best songwriter ever next to only Bob Dylan; if they had heard this, I'm sure that list would've been altered...
  • Wow

    By Nodlem
    Seldom does an artist release a recording that is 39 years old and that recording is esstential to a music collection but this release is incredible. The beautiful guitar playing and the stripped down versions of Down By The River, Cowgirl In The Sand, and Ohio makes them sound like new songs. Neil Young is one of a very few artists that can excel both in the acoustic and electric environments. Not only is there alot of songs on this cd but the sound is great.

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