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Live At the Cellar Door


Download links and information about Live At the Cellar Door by Neil Young. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 45:00 minutes.

Artist: Neil Young
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 13
Duration: 45:00
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No. Title Length
1. Tell Me Why (Live At the Cellar Door) 2:52
2. Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Live At the Cellar Door) 3:13
3. After the Gold Rush (Live At the Cellar Door) 3:48
4. Expecting To Fly (Live At the Cellar Door) 3:21
5. Bad Fog of Loneliness (Live At the Cellar Door) 2:00
6. Old Man (Live At the Cellar Door) 3:41
7. Birds (Live At the Cellar Door) 2:19
8. Don't Let It Bring You Down (Live At the Cellar Door) 2:38
9. See the Sky About To Rain (Live At the Cellar Door) 3:21
10. Cinnamon Girl (Live At the Cellar Door) 3:29
11. I Am a Child (Live At the Cellar Door) 2:43
12. Down By the River (Live At the Cellar Door) 4:24
13. Flying On the Ground Is Wrong (Live At the Cellar Door) 7:11



Live at the Cellar Door will likely go down as one of the essential live albums from Neil Young’s ever-growing archives. Recorded during a six-show stopover at a tiny Washington, D.C., club, where you can hear each individual handclap, Live at the Cellar Door is Young at his lonesome peak, accompanying himself on acoustic guitar or piano. After the Gold Rush had been released months earlier, and its songs—“Tell My Why,” “Only Love Can Break Your Heart,” “Birds," “Don’t Let It Bring You Down,” and the title track—would one day rank among his most iconic. But here he's still relatively new to them and has a freshness to his performances that can’t be faked. He previews “Old Man” (which would appear on 1972’s Harvest) and “See the Sky About to Rain” (which wouldn’t show up until 1974’s On the Beach). Songs cut with Crazy Horse—“Cinnamon Girl,” “Down by the River”—take on a naked, visceral quality that’s enhanced by the audience (which can only be heard when the music stops). Buffalo Springfield tunes and the ultra-rare “Bad Fog of Loneliness” round out this incredible set.