Neil Young And Crazy Horse: Rust Never Sleeps [DVD] 
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Neil Young and Crazy Horse perform live at San Francisco's Cow Palace on October 22nd 1978. The tracks performed include 'After the Gold Rush', 'Cortez the Killer', 'Powderfinger' and 'Like a Hurricane'.
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While I enjoy Neil Young's work at any age, it is good to see him earlier in life, like this. His voice, always having that frail quality that is unmistakably his, having a somewhat edgy "high and lonesome" sound to it, never was macho-sounding, so that his videos from later in life can become uncomfortably tenuous sounding. Not so here, for Young's voice, despite its inherent vocal qualities so suggestive of vulnerability, is able to sustain phrases adequately, with welcome volume, and not to seem in any real way on the edge of failing on him. The players of Crazy Horse, Young's group, also provide the harmony vocals and do so very capably and with excellent intonation and musicality.
Neil Young always has been a very individual and quirky sort of guy. Some have protested the non-singing, non-playing wraith-like figures bumbling about, dancing to the music, and so on. Some viewers have found their presence intrusive, perhaps too omnipresent. However, their presence fits in with the show's visual and other oddities, so this viewer does not mind their presence at all. For those who hate that sort of thing there is, of course, the alternative of acquiring the CD, with no visuals to distract. As for me, I like this just as it is on DVD!
pretty bizarre show. Musically its very good. I've never cared too much for Sedan Delivery and even less so for Welfare mothers but Shaky is relatively concise and economical here compared to later electric thrashes-hard to fault the rest of the songs, acoustic or electric.
The 'theatrical' aspect of it is best skipped through-The 'Roadeyes'-got to be the worst pun I've heard for some time- may be based on Star Wars characters as one reviewer suggests, but basically we have roadies dressed in habits with lights for eyes-think 'Lord of the rings' black riders but with hobbits inside the costumes-at one point they reenact the raising of the flag at Iwo Jima-but with a giant microphone instead..think I'm kidding? One of the few extras is a replica of the stage directions-e.g. Roadeyes bring out giant tuning fork-make tone-leave stage!
Its a tribute to Young that the quality of his set that we can have a laugh at this and still enjoy the music. He and Crazy horse are in fine form and seem unaffected by the 4th form production.
On the down side it looks like a VHS transfer and has little variation of shot. Still if you like the music that's all you need-incidentally I paid £6 at Fopp-maybe that's softened my view.
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what a shame, this is just disposable rubbish