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Neil Young & The Mynah Birds (Jan/Feb ’66)
Neil Young & The Mynah Birds
Recorded circa Jan/Feb ’66
Mp3 @ 320 / 51 MB
The legendary unissued Motown single cut in 1966 by the Mynah Birds – the Canadian-American garage band featuring future superfreak Rick James on vocals and, on their way to Buffalo Springfield, bassist Bruce Palmer and guitarist Neil Young – has finally been released.

The catch: It’s on the five-CD set The Complete Motown Singles: Vol. 6, 1966 (Motown/Hip-O Select), which costs $99.98. The A side, “It’s My Time,” should have been a Nuggets shoo-in – a ragged-Beatles stomp with James sounding uncannily like Arthur Lee and Young playing the twelve-string leads – while the flip, “Go On and Cry,” is a fine downer ballad with a folk-rock-Impressions flair. As to the price, you’d have paid a lot more for a test pressing; this way, you also get another 123 great sides from one of Motown’s golden years.

The Mynah Birds

The Mynah Birds were a R&B band based in Toronto, Ontario in the 1960s. Although the band never released an album, it is famous as one of the earliest efforts of a number of musicians who went on to be hugely successful.

The Mynah Birds grew out of a 1964 group called the Sailorboys, fronted by Jimmy Livingstone and also including guitarist Ian Goble, drummer Rick Cameron, organist John Goadsby and bass player Nick St. Nicholas, soon joined by Rick James.

Over its short lifespan, the group featured a surprisingly large number of artists in its many different configurations. Its most memorable lineup included future funk star Rick James, Rickman Mason, John Taylor and future folk-rock music stars Neil Young and Bruce Palmer, both of whom went on to form Buffalo Springfield.

Earlier members included Goldie McJohn, who like Nick St Nicholas, was later in rock band Steppenwolf. As well, a late-running 1967 version of The Mynah Birds featured noted folk-rocker Bruce Cockburn. early line-up comprising James, St Nicholas, Cameron and guitarist Frank Arnel recorded “The Mynah Birds Song” for Columbia Records in late 1964 as a prospective single. However, the track was not deemed strong enough and a new track, “The Mynah Birds Hop”, was recorded to grace the A-side. The second track saw James, St Nicholas and Arnel joined by second singer, Jimmy “Liver” Livingstone (born February 28, 1938 in Nova Scotia; died June 1, 2002), keyboard player John Goadsby aka Goldie McJohn (born May 2, 1945) and drummer Richie Grand (born June 11, 1945 in Toronto, Ontario). The single was released in Canada in early 1965, but flopped.

Shortly thereafter, Bruce Palmer joined the band in an unusual bass-player swap: Jack London & The Sparrows gave up Palmer to get Mynah Birds bassist St. Nicholas.

James and new bass player Bruce Palmer (born September 9, 1946 in Toronto, Ontario; died October 1, 2004) then put together a new version of The Mynah Birds, featuring drummer Rickman Mason (born December 2, 1945 in Brantford, Ontario) and guitarists Tom Morgan (born Tom Catherwood, July 4, 1944 in Brantford, Ontario) and John Taylor (born John Yachemac, June 12, 1946 in Welland, Ontario; died September 27, 2002) and John Klassen (born April 17, 1945 in Brantford, Ontario).

After leaving The Mynah Birds in April 1965, Jimmy Livingstone joined The Muddy Yorks and then The Just Us, which evolved into Livingstone’s Journey through The Tripp.

Morgan was replaced by Neil Young in January 1966.

Signing to Motown Records

The Mynah Birds signed a seven-year deal with Motown Records in 1966. They recorded a number of tracks, and their first album was in the works when James was arrested, having deserted the United States Navy prior to forming the Sailorboys. Motown subsequently shelved their recordings. planned single, “It’s My Time” b/w “Go Ahead And Cry”, was withdrawn just prior to its scheduled release by Motown. Both sides of this single were included in the 2006 box set “The Complete Motown Singles, Vol. 6: 1966”, released in a limited edition of 6000 by Universal vanity label Hip-O-Select, marking the first time any of the 1966 Motown recordings by the Mynah Birds had seen the light of day.

Young and Palmer left the band after James’ arrest. Several of the remaining members continued to perform as the Mynah Birds throughout 1966, but did not make any recordings.

James put together a new short-lived line up of the band in the summer of 1967 with bass player Neil Lillie aka Neil Merryweather (born December 27, 1945 in Winnipeg, Manitoba). In some legal trouble again, James then left the group once more within a matter of months; however, the Mynah Birds (which now featured no original members) still had contractual commitments to play various live shows. Around this time, Bruce Cockburn joined the band for a period. By late 1967, the group had gone through more personnel changes and were known as The Flying Circus. The band finally broke up for good soon afterwards.

Neil Young and Rick James


Funk legend Rick James, the flashy Motown Records artist best known for his 1981 hit ‘Super Freak,’ died on August 7, 2004 at age 56.

While much is known about James’ “Super Freak” period, relatively little is known about the period during the 1960’s when he formed a band known as the Mynah Birds with Neil Young, Goldie McJohn (later of Steppenwolf) and Bruce Palmer (later of Buffalo Springfield). The name of the band Mynah Birds was apparently a takeoff of the well known folk-rock band The Byrds.

In an interview with Neil Young in MOJO Magazine in 1995, Neil was asked about a 1965 Mynah Birds album being recorded which never was released.

    YOUNG: “Yeah, there are tapes of me and The Mynah Birds also. After I arrived in Toronto I tried to keep my band going and then tried to work with several others. But it just never worked out for me there. I could never get anything going in Toronto, never even got one gig with a band. I just couldn’t break into that scene. So I moved instead towards acoustic music and immediately became very introspective and musically-inward. That’s the beginning of that whole side of my music.”

The origin of the band name is somewhat disputed. Some have claimed that it was a takeoff of on The Byrds. Another story goes that Rick James partnered with a Yorkville (Toronto Canada area) pet store which sold Mynah birds. As a promotion, the Mynah Birds dressed in yellow boots, black leather jackets and yellow turtlenecks as an advertisment for the pet shop. (See Toronto Star.)

In Jimmy McDonough’s definitive Neil Young biography “Shakey”, “James, fancied himself the next Mick Jagger, a claim particularly ironic since he was black, although as Bruce Palmer told Scott Young, “as far as we knew he was white then.”

    “The Mynah Birds — in black leather jackets, yellow turtlenecks and boots — had quite a surreal scene going. The band was financed by John Craig Eaton of the Eaton’s department-store dynasty. Legend has it he poured money into the band, establishing a bottomless account for the band’s equipment needs.

    Those lucky enough to see any of the band’s few gigs say they were electrifying. ‘Neil would stop playing lead, do a harp solo, throw the harmonica way up in the air and Ricky would catch it and continue the solo.’

    Unfortunately, everything screeched to a halt when James was busted in the studio for being AWOL from the navy. “We thought he was Canadian,” said Palmer. “Even though there are no Negroes in Canada.” A single, “It’s My Time,” was allegedly pulled the day of release, and the album recordings were shelved and remain unreleased to this day.”

When author McDonough asked Neil Young what it was like to work with Rick James, Young replied:

    YOUNG: “Intense. Ricky was great. He was a little bit touchy, dominating — but a good guy. Had a lot of talent. Really wanted to make it bad. Runnin’ from the draft. I wasn’t a driving force behind the Mynah Birds – I was the lead guitar player, Ricky was the front man. He’s out there doin’ all that shit and I was back there playin’ a little rhythm, a little lead, groovin’along with my bro Bruce. We were havin’a good time.

    Rick James was really into the Stones. “Get Off My Cloud,” “Satisfaction,” “Can I Get a Witness” – all these songs we used to do. We got more and more into how cool the Stones were. How simple they were and how cool it was.

    We were the only white band at Motown.”

From Ear Candy Magazine’s Mynah Birds Part II- Rock ‘N Roll Case Study:

    “[The Mynah Birds] rescue came in the form of an unlikely figure – struggling folkie, Neil Young. As Bruce Palmer remembers the fortuitous meeting, he was walking down Yorkville Avenue when he ran into Young, carrying his acoustic guitar and balancing an amp on his head, coming in the opposite direction. After exchanging pleasantries, Palmer invited Young to join the band. It seemed a ridiculous decision introducing an acoustic player into a rhythm and blues outfit. But by combining Young’s folk inflected guitar and Matthews’ R&B vocals, the Mynah Birds, as noted rock historian John Einarson aptly put it, successfully bridged the two Toronto styles – Yorkville Village’s folk and Yonge Street’s R&B. Mason, who says he never got along with the band’s new guitarist, remembers Young’s first job with the band – the Inferno, a club on Toronto’s east side. ‘They put rubber gym mats out for us to play on! The first song we go to do, Neil goes up to do his lead and unplugs his guitar. He plays the whole lead without his guitar plugged in. Didn’t even know what he was doing.'”

The brief period of the Mynah Birds is recalled in the song “Big Time” on the album Broken Arrow. From an analysis of the lyrics of Neil Young’s ‘Big Time’ from The I Magazine:

    “Autobiographical, “Big Time” calls upon the spirit of the past and twists it to now. In the first verse Young simply unwinds his own beginnings. ‘Gonna leave the pain behind, Gonna leave the fools in line, Gonna take the magic potion. Gettin’ in an old black car, Gonna take a ride so far, To the land of suntan lotion. Gonna take it state by state, Until I hit the golden gate, Get my feet wet in the ocean.’

    The devout will recognise the setting and the story, but for those who don’t … In 1965, Young recorded an acoustic demo for Elektra Records featuring early versions of Sugar Mountain and Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing but wasn’t offered a contract by the label. Returning to Toronto, Young played the same Yorkville district coffeehouse circuit as fellow Canadian Joni Mitchell before he joined The Mynah Birds, a Toronto-based band led by singer Ricky James Matthews (later to be known as Rick James who would go on to have several smash dance hits, in particular Super Freak, a song which would later heavily influence Prince).

    The Mynah Birds recorded several songs for Motown Records (the first white band to ever be signed by the label)in Detroit that were never released. During one of these recording sessions, James was arrested and charged with deserting the U.S. Navy. The Mynah Birds flew apart when James was forced to complete his tour of duty. Only one song ever saw the light of day: Mynah Bird Hop on Columbia Canada.”

The Mynah Birds recorded 16 songs and signed a seven-year contract with Motwon Records. From a book by John Einarson titled Neil Young`s Canadian Years there is a mention of the legendary Mynah Birds sessions: “A listen to the tapes years later reveals no trace of Neil’s characteristic guitar or vocals.”


1. It’s My Time, Mix 1 3:17
2. I’ll Wait Forever, Mix 1 2:50
3. Masquerade, Take 1, Mix 1:14
4. Masquerade, Take 2 1:30
5. Fantasy, Mix 1 2:20
6. I’ve Got You In My Soul 2:42
7. Go On and Cry 3:28

8. “It’s My Time”
9. “Go On and Cry”

Probable line-up;

Neil Young: Guitar, (backing vocals on Go On and Cry?)
Ricky “I’m Rick James, Bitch” Matthews: Vocals
Bruce Palmer: Bass
Rickman Mason: Drums
John Taylor?: Rhythm Guitar
keyboards? (probably not Goldie McJohn, possibly in-house Motown musicians?)

Here be the Birds;

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Neil Young – Complete Body of Work (and I fkng Mean it!)

I totally have no other talent and I would be totally out of work if I did anything else.

– Neil Young

Up there in the canon of great modern music, along with Dylan, Cohen, Van da Man, Tom Waits, Beatles et al, sits the great Canuck Neil Young.

If you don;t know enough about Young, then tut tut fkng tut! You can read all about the great man here:

With a lot of songs on this record, one verse doesn’t relate to the next verse. I don’t think that one day really relates to the next day in life.

– Neil Young

Some other great links here;

As I get older, I get smaller. I see other parts of the world I didn’t see before. Other points of view. I see outside myself more.

– Neil Young

Our pal fratan1234 has gone and done it again! This man is unstoppable! Thanks mate for the great work!

Yes …. here’s the COMPLETE body of work from the great Neil Young!!

As well as Neil’s wonderful solo work – including some marvellous Soundtracks (Dead Man etc.) we also have the complete Buffalo Springfield albums and the Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young Albums!

Get downloading fast motherfuckers!

A dreamer of pictures
I run in the night
You see us together,
chasing the moonlight,
My cinnamon girl.

Neil Young – Solo/Crazy Horse Career:

Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (1969)

1. Cinnamon Girl
2. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
3. Round And Round
4. Down By The River
5. Losing End (When You’re On)
6. Running Dry (Requiem For The Rockets)
7. Cowgirl In The Sand


Neil Young (1969)

1. Emperor Of Wyoming
2. Loner
3. If I Could Have Her Tonight
4. I’ve Been Waiting For You
5. Old Laughing Lady
6. String Quartet From Whiskey Boot Hill
7. Here We Are In The Years
8. What Did You Do To My Life
9. I’ve Loved Her So Long
10. Last Trip To Tulsa


After the Gold Rush (1970)

1. Tell Me Why
2. After The Goldrush
3. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
4. Southern Man
5. Till The Morning Comes
6. Oh Lonesome Me
7. Don’t Let It Bring You Down
8. Birds
9. When You Dance I Can Really Love
10. I Believe In You
11. Cripple Creek Ferry


Harvest (1972)

1. Out On The Weekend
2. Harvest
3. Man Needs A Maid
4. Heart Of Gold
5. Are You Ready For The Country
6. Old Man
7. There’s A World
8. Alabama
9. Needle And The Damage Done
10. Words (Between The Lines Of Age)


Time Fades Away (1973)

1. Time Fades Away
2. LA
3. Journey Through The Past
4. Bridge
5. Love In Mind
6. Don’t Be Denied
7. Last Dance
8. Yonder Stands The Sinner


On the Beach (1974)

1. Walk On
2. See The Sky About To Rain
3. Revolution Blues
4. For The Turnstiles
5. Vampire Blues
6. On The Beach
7. Motion Pictures
8. Ambulance Blues


Tonight’s the Night (1975)

1. Tonight’s The Night
2. Speakin’ Out
3. World On A String
4. Borrowed Tune
5. Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown
6. Mellow My Mind
7. Roll Another Number (For The Road)
8. Albuquerque
9. New Mama
10. Look Out Joe
11. Tired Eyes
12. Tonight’s The Night Pt2


Zuma (1975)

1. Don’t Cry No Tears
2. Danger Bird
3. Pardon My Heart
4. Looking For A Love
5. Barstool Blues
6. Stupid Girl
7. Drive Back
8. Cortez The Killer
9. Through My Sails


American Stars ‘N Bars (1977)

1. Old Country Waltz
2. Saddle Up the Palomino
3. Hey Babe
4. Hold Back the Tears
5. Bite the Bullet
6. Star of Bethlehem
7. Will to Love
8. Like a Hurricane
9. Homegrown


Comes a Time (1978)

1. Goin’ Back
2. Comes A Time
3. Look Out For My Love
4. Peace Of Mind
5. Lotta Love
6. Human Highway
7. Already One
8. Field Of Opportunity
9. Motor Cycle Mama
10. Four Strong Winds


Hawks & Doves (1980)

1. Little Wing
2. The Old Homestead
3. Lost in Space
4. Captain Kennedy
5. Stayin’ Power
6. Coastline
7. Union Man
8. Comin’ Apart at Every Nail
9. Hawks & Doves


Re-ac-tor (1981)

1. Opera Star
2. Surfer Joe and Moe the Sleaze
3. T-Bone
4. Get Back on it
5. Southern Pacific
6. Motor City
7. Rapid Transit
8. Shots


Trans (1983)

1. Little Thing Called Love
2. Computer Age
3. We R In Control
4. Transformer Man
5. Computer Cowboy (AKA Syscrusher)
6. Hold On To Your Love
7. Sample And Hold
8. Mr. Soul
9. Like An Inca


Everybody’s Rockin'(1983)

1. Betty Lou’s Got A New Pair Of Shoes
2. Rainin’ In My Heart
3. Payola Blues
4. Wonderin’
5. Kinda Fonda Wanda
6. Jellyroll Man
7. Bright Lights, Big City
8. Cry, Cry, Cry
9. Mystery Train
10. Everybody’s Rockin’


Old Ways (1985)

1. The Wayward Wind
2. Get Back To The Country
3. Are There Any More Real Cowboys?
4. Once An Angel
5. Misfits
6. California Sunset
7. Old Ways
8. My Boy
9. Bound For Glory
10. Where Is The Highway Tonight?


Landing on Water (1986)

1. Weight Of The World
2. Violent Side
3. Hippie Dream
4. Bad News Beat
5. Touch The Night
6. People On The Street
7. Hard Luck Stories
8. I Got A Problem
9. Pressure
10. Drifter


Life (1987)

1. Mideast Vacation
2. Long Walk Home
3. Around The World
4. Inca Queen
5. Too Lonely
6. Prisoners Of Rock ‘N’ Roll
7. Cryin’ Eyes
8. When Your Lonely Heart Breaks
9. We Never Danced


This Note’s for You (1988)

1. Ten Men Workin’
2. This Note’s For You
3. Coupe De Ville
4. Life In The City
5. Twilight
6. Married Man
7. Sunny Inside
8. Can’t Believe Your Lyin’
9. Hey Hey (Baby)
10. One Thing


Eldorado [Ep] (1989)

1. Cocaine Eyes
2. Don’t Cry
3. Heavy Love
4. On Broadway
5. Eldorado


Freedom (1989)

1. Rockin’ In The Free World
2. Crime In The City
3. Don’t Cry
4. Hangin’ On A Limb
5. Eldorado
6. Ways Of Love
7. Someday
8. On Broadway
9. Wrecking Ball
10. No More
11. Too Far Gone


Ragged Glory (1990)

1. Country Home
2. White Line
3. Fuckin’ Up
4. Over And Over
5. Love To Burn
6. Farmer John
7. Mansion On The Hill
8. Days That Used To Be
9. Love And Only Love
10. Mother Earth (Natural Anthem)


Harvest Moon (1992)

1. Unknown Legend
2. From Hank To Hendrix
3. You And Me
4. Harvest Moon
5. War Of Man
6. One Of These Days
7. Such A Woman
8. Old King
9. Dreamin’ Man
10. Natural Beauty


Sleeps with Angels (1994)

1. My Heart
2. Prime Of Life
3. Drive By
4. Sleeps With Angels
5. Western Hero
6. Change Your Mind
7. Blue Eden
8. Safeway Cart
9. Train Of Love
10. Trans Am
11. Piece Of Crap
12. Dream That Can Last


Mirror Ball (1995)

1. Song X
2. Act Of Love
3. I’m The Ocean
4. Big Green Country
5. Truth Be Known
6. Downtown
7. What Happened Yesterday
8. Peace And Love
9. Throw Your Hatred Down
10. Scenery
11. Fallen Angel


Broken Arrow (1996)

1. Big Time
2. Music Arcade
3. This Town
4. Baby What You Want Me To Do
5. Loose Change
6. Slip Away
7. Changing Highways
8. Scattered (Let’s Think About Livin’)


Silver & Gold (2000)

1. Good To See You
2. Silver And Gold
3. Daddy Went Walkin’
4. Buffalo Springfield Again
5. The Great divide
6. Horseshoe Man
7. Red Sun
8. Distant Camera
9. Razor Love
10. Without Rings


Are You Passionate? (2002)

1. You’re My Girl
2. Mr Disappointment
3. Differently
4. Quit (Don’t Say You Love Me)
5. Let’s Roll
6. Are You Passionate
7. Goin’ Home
8. When I Hold You In My Arms
9. Be With You
10. Two Old Friends
11. She’s A Healer


Greendale (2003)

1. Falling From Above
2. Double E
3. Devils Sidewalk
4. Leaving The Drive
5. Carmichael
6. Bandit
7. Grandpa’s Interview
8. Bringin’ Down Dinner
9. Sun Green
10. Be The Rain


Prairie Wind (2005)

1. Painter
2. No Wonder
3. Falling Off the Face of the Earth
4. Far from Home
5. It’s a Dream
6. Prairie Wind
7. Here for You
8. This Old Guitar
9. He Was the King
10. When God Made Me


Living with War (2006)

1. After The Garden
2. Living With War
3. Restless Consumer
4. Shock And Awe
5. Families
6. Flags Of Freedom
7. Let’s Impeach The President
8. Lookin’ For A Leader
9. Roger And Out
10. America The Beautiful


Living with War: In the Beginning (2006)

1. After The Garden
2. Living With War
3. Restless Consumer
4. Shock And Awe
5. Families
6. Flags Of Freedom
7. Let’s Impeach The President
8. Lookin’ For A Leader
9. Roger And Out
10. America The Beautiful


Chrome Dreams II (2007)

1. Beautiful Bluebird
2. Boxcar
3. Ordinary People
4. Shining Light
5. The Believer
6. Spirit Road
7. Dirty Old Man
8. Even After
9. No Hidden Path



Decade (1977)

Disc: 1
1. Down to the Wire
2. Burned
3. Mr. Soul
4. Broken Arrow
5. Expecting to Fly
6. Sugar Mountain
7. I Am a Child
8. Loner
9. Old Laughing Lady
10. Cinnamon Girl
11. Down by the River
12. Cowgirl in the Sand
13. I Believe in You
14. After the Gold Rush
15. Southern Man
16. Helpless

Disc: 2
1. Ohio
2. Soldier
3. Old Man
4. Man Needs a Maid
5. Harvest
6. Heart of Gold
7. Star of Bethlehem
8. Needle and the Damage Done
9. Tonight’s the Night, Pt. 1
10. Tired Eyes
11. Walk On
12. For the Turnstiles
13. Winterlong
14. Deep Forbidden Lake
15. Like a Hurricane
16. Love Is a Rose
17. Cortez the Killer
18. Campaigner
19. Long May You Run


Lucky Thirteen: Excursions Into Alien Territory (1993)

1. Sample And Hold
2. Transformer Man
3. Depression Blues
4. Get Gone
5. Don’t Take Your Love Away From Me
6. Once An Angel
7. Where Is The Highway Tonight
8. Hippie Dream
9. Pressure
10. Around The World
11. Mid East Vacation
12. Ain’t It The Truth
13. This Note’s For You


Greatest Hits:

1. Down By The River
2. Cowgirl In The Sand
3. Cinnamon Girl
4. Helpless
5. After The Gold Rush
6. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
7. Southern Man
8. Ohio
9. The Needle and The Damage Done
10. Old Man
11. Heart Of Gold
12. Like A Hurricane
13. Comes A Time
14. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
15. Rockin’ In The Free World
16. Harvest Moon


Neil Young – Soundtracks

Journey Through the Past (1972)

1. For What It’s Worth
2. Mr Soul
3. Rock ‘n’ Roll Woman
4. Find The Cost Of Freedom
5. Ohio
6. Southern Man
7. Alabama
8. Are You Ready For The Country
9. Words
10. Soldier


Where the Buffalo Roam (1980)

1. Buffalo Stomp – performed by Neil Young with the Wild Bill Band of Strings
2. Ode to Wild Bill #1 – written and performed by Neil Young
3. All Along the Watchtower – written by Bob Dylan; performed by the Jimi Hendrix Experience
4. Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds – written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney; performed by Bill Murray
5. Ode to Wild Bill #2 – written and performed by Neil Young
6. Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone – written by Norman Whitfield and Barrett Strong; performed by The Temptations
7. Home, Home on the Range – written by Brewster Higley and Daniel Kelley; performed by Neil Young
8. Straight Answers (dialogue) – performed by Bill Murray
9. Highway 61 Revisited – written and performed by Bob Dylan
10. I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie Honey Bunch) – written by Holland-Dozier-Holland; performed by the Four Tops
11. Ode to Wild Bill #3 (plus dialogue) – written and performed by Neil Young
12. Keep on Chooglin’ – written by John Fogerty; performed by Creedence Clearwater Revival
13. Ode to Wild Bill #4 – written and performed by Neil Young
14. Purple Haze – written by Jimi Hendrix; performed by the Jimi Hendrix Experience
15. Buffalo Stomp Refrain – performed by Neil Young with the Wild Bill Band of Strings[9]


Philadelphia (1994)

Philadelphia – Neil Young


Dead Man (1996)

1. Guitar Solo, No. 1
2. The Round Stones Beneath the Earth…
3. Guitar Solo, No. 2
4. Why Does Thou Hide Thyself, Clouds…
5. Organ Solo
6. Do You Know How to Use This Weapon?
7. Guitar Solo, No. 3
8. Nobody’s Story
9. Guitar Solo, No. 4
10. Stupid White Men…
11. Guitar Solo, No. 5
12. Time for You to Leave, William Blake…
13. Guitar Solo, No. 6


Live Albums:
Rust Never Sleeps (1979)

1. My My Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
2. Thrasher
3. Ride My Llama
4. Pocohontas
5. Sail Away
6. Powderfinger
7. Welfare Mothers
8. Sedan Delivery
9. Hey Hey My My (Into The Black)


Live Rust (1979)

1. Sugar Mountain
2. I Am A Child
3. Comes A Time
4. After The Goldrush
5. My My Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)
6. When You Dance I Can Really Love
7. Loner
8. Needle And The Damage Done
9. Lotta Love
10. Sedan Delivery
11. Powderfinger
12. Cortez The Killer
13. Cinnamon Girl
14. Like A Hurricane
15. Hey Hey My My (Into The Black)
16. Tonight’s The Night


Weld (1991)

Disc: 1

1. Hey Hey My My (Into The Black)
2. Crime In The City
3. Blowin’ In The Wind
4. Welfare Mothers
5. Love To Burn
6. Cinnamon Girl
7. Mansion On The Hill
8. Fuckin’ Up

Disc: 2

1. Cortez The Killer
2. Powderfinger
3. Love And Only Love
4. Rockin’ In The Free World
5. Like A Hurricane
6. Farmer John
7. Tonight’s The Night
8. Roll Another Number


Unplugged (1993)

1. Old Laughing Lady
2. Mr Soul
3. World On A String
4. Pocahontas
5. Stringman
6. Like A Hurricane
7. Needle And The Damage Done
8. Helpless
9. Harvest Moon
10. Transformer Man
11. Unknown Legend
12. Look Out For My Love
13. Long May You Run
14. From Hank To Hendrix


Arc (1991)

1. Arc


Year of the Horse (1997)

Disc: 1

1. When You Dance
2. Barstool Blues
3. When Your Lonely Heart Breaks
4. Mr Soul
5. Big Time
6. Pocahontas
7. Human Highway

Disc: 2

1. Slip Away
2. Scattered
3. Danger Bird
4. Prisoners
5. Sedan Delivery


Road Rock, Vol. 1: Friends & Relatives (2000)

1. Cowgirl In The Sand
2. Walk On
3. Fool For Your Love
4. Peace Of Mind
5. Words
6. Motorcycle Mama
7. Tonight’s The Night
8. All Along The Watchtower


Live at the Fillmore East (2006)

1. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
2. Winterlong
3. Down By The River
4. Wonderin’
5. Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown
6. Cowgirl In The Sand


Live at Massey Hall 1971 (2007)

1. On The Way Home
2. Tell Me Why
3. Old Man
4. Journey Through The Past
5. Helpless
6. Love In Mind
7. A Man Needs A Maid/Heart of God Suite
8. Cowgirl In the Sand
9. Don’t Let It Bring You Down
10. There’s A World
11. Bad Fog of Loneliness
12. The Needle and the Damage Done
13. Ohio
14. See The Sky About to Rain
15. Down By The River
16. Dance Dance Dance
17. I Am A Child


Neil Young & The Mynah Birds

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Buffalo Springfield:

Buffalo Springfield (1966)

1. For what it’s worth
2. Go and say goodbye
3. Sit down I think I love you
4. Nowadays Clancy can’t even sing
5. Hot dusty roads
6. Everybody’s wrong
7. Flying on the ground is wrong
8. Burned
9. Do I have to come right out and say it
10. Leave
11. Out of my mind
12. Pay the price


Buffalo Springfield Again (1967)

1. Mr Soul
2. Child’s Claim To Fame
3. Everydays
4. Expecting To Fly
5. Bluebird
6. Hung Upside Down
7. Sad Memory
8. Good Time Boy
9. Rock ‘n’ Roll Woman
10. Broken Arrow


Last Time Around (1968)

1. On The Way Home
2. It’s So Hard To Wait
3. Pretty Girl Why
4. Four Days Gone
5. Carefree Country Day
6. Special Care
7. Hour Of Not Quite Rain
8. Questions
9. I Am A Child
10. Merry Go Round
11. Uno Mundo
12. Kind Woman


The Best of … Retrospective (1968)

1. For What It’s Worth
2. Mr Soul
3. Sit Down I Think I Love You
4. Kind Woman
5. Bluebird
6. On The Way Home
7. Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing
8. Broken Arrow
9. Rock ‘n’ Roll Woman
10. I Am A Child
11. Go And Say Goodbye
12. Expecting To Fly


Buffalo Springfield [Box Set] (2001)

Disc: 1

1. There Goes My Baby
2. Come On
3. Hello I’ve Returned
4. Out Of My Mind
5. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
6. I’m Your Kind Of Guy
7. Baby Don’t Scold Me
8. Neighbour Don’t You Worry
9. We’ll See
10. Sad Memory
11. Can’t Keep Me Down
12. Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing
13. Go And Say Goodbye
14. Sit Down I Think I Love You
15. Leave
16. Hot Dusty Roads
17. Everybody’s Wrong
18. Burned
19. Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It
20. Out Of My Mind
21. Pay The Price
22. Down Down Down
23. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
24. Neighbour Don’t You Worry

Disc: 2

1. Down Down Down
2. Kahuna Sunset
3. Buffalo Stomp
4. Baby Don’t Scold Me
5. For What It’s Worth
6. Mr Soul
7. We’ll See
8. My Kind Of Love
9. Pretty Girl Why
10. Words I Must Say
11. Nobody’s Fool
12. So You’ve Got A Lover
13. My Angel
14. No Sun Today
15. Everydays
16. Down To The Wire
17. Bluebird
18. Expecting To Fly
19. Hung Upside Down
20. Child’s Claim To Fame
21. Rock ‘n’ Roll Woman

Disc: 3

1. Hung Upside Down
2. Good Time Boy
3. One More Sign
4. Rent Is Always Due
5. Round And Round And Round
6. Old Laughing Lady
7. Broken Arrow
8. Sad Memory
9. On The Way Home
10. Whatever Happened To Saturday Night
11. Special Care
12. Falcon Lake (Ash On The Floor)
13. What A Day
14. I Am A Child
15. Questions
16. Merry Go Round
17. Uno Mundo
18. Kind Woman
19. It’s So Hard To Wait
20. Four Days Gone

Disc: 4

1. For What It’s Worth
2. Go And Say Goodbye
3. Sit Down I Think I Love You
4. Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing
5. Hot Dusty Roads
6. Everybody’s Wrong
7. Flying On The Ground Is Wrong
8. Burned
9. Do I Have To Come Right Out And Say It
10. Leave
11. Out Of My Mind
12. Pay The Price
13. Baby Don’t Scold Me
14. Mr Soul
15. Child’s Claim To Fame
16. Everydays
17. Expecting To Fly
18. Bluebird
19. Hung Upside Down
20. Sad Memory
21. Good Time Boy
22. Rock ‘n’ Roll Woman
23. Broken Arrow


Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young:

Déjà Vu (1969)

1. Carry On
2. Teach Your Children
3. Almost Cut My Hair
4. Helpless
5. Woodstock
6. Déjà Vu
7. Our House
8. 4 + 20
9. Country Girl: Whiskey Boot Hill/Down, Down, Down/Country Girl
10. Everybody I Love You


Four Way Street (1971)

1. On The Way Home
2. Cowgirl In The Sand
3. Southern Man
4. Teach Your Children
5. Don’t Let It Bring You Down
6. Ohio
7. Triad
8. 49 Bye Byes
9. Carry On
10. Lee Shore
11. Love The One You’re With
12. Find The Cost Of Freedom
13. Chicago
14. Pre Road Downs
15. Right Between The Eyes
16. Long Time Gone
17. Suite/Judy Blue Eyes
18. King Midas In Reverse
19. Black Queen
20. Loner/Cinnamon Girl/Down By The River


So Far [Compilation] (1974)

1. Déjà Vu
2. Helplessly Hoping
3. Wooden Ships
4. Teach Your Children
5. Ohio
6. Find the Cost of Freedom
7. Woodstock
8. Our House
9. Helpless
10. Guinnevere
11. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes


American Dream (1988)

1. American Dream
2. Got It Made
3. Name Of Love
4. Don’t Say Goodbye
5. This Ole House
6. Nighttime For The Generals
7. Shadowland
8. Drivin’ Thunder
9. Clear Blue Skies
10. That Girl
11. Compass
12. Soldiers Of Peace
13. Feel Your Love
14. Night Song


Looking Forward (1999)

1. Faith In Me
2. Looking Forward
3. Stand And Be Counted
4. Heartland
5. Seen Enough
6. Slowpoke
7. Dreams For Him
8. No Tears Left
9. Out Of Control
10. Someday Soon
11. Queen Of Them All
12. Sanibel


The Stills-Young Band:
Long May You Run (1976)

1. Long May You Run
2. Make Love To You
3. Midnight On The Bay
4. Black Coral
5. Ocean Girl
6. Let It Shine
7. 12/8 Blues
8. Fontaine Bleau
9. Guardian Angel



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