Of the divers live albums Young has issued, this is one of the finest. There is little to fault on this album, except perhaps that the band sound a tiny bit too slick for their own good (especially on "Tonight's the Night"). The acoustic set at the start of the album is faultless, and while the electric material is delivered with more conviction on 1991's "Weld," this is one of the more satisfying of Young's albums. Strangely enough, this is also more engaging than the oddly dull concert movie "Rust Never Sleeps," which this LP soundtracks. The version of "The Loner" presented here is definitive, and it is hard to find many reasons for not owning this album.