Offered for sale is a blue vinyl pressing of the live album Young Man’s Fancy – Live on Sugar Mountain by Neil Young, issued by Contra Band records.
About this copy: This copy of Young Man’s Fancy is an original 1971 pressing on the Contra Band label.
The cover is VG, with moderate general wear and some cracking on the spine.
The blue vinyl disc is VG+, with a few sleeve scuffs but no significant marks.
A nice copy of a scarce Neil Young LP.
Background: Recorded on February 1, 1971, Neil Young at the Los Angeles Music Center was released by a number of labels under a number of different titles, including “I’m Glad Y’all Came Down,” “I’m Happy Y’all Came Down,” and “Live on Sugar Mountain,” and “Young Man’s Fancy.”
Most of these pressings were double albums, or abridged single LPs,but the Trademark of Quality issue was a single disc and advertised that on the cover “Complete on one disc.”
This version is slightly edited, missing two tracks that were included on other versions – “Dance, Dance, Dance” and “I Am a Child.”
The album is regarded by Neil Young collectors as one of his better live efforts.
- It’s So Hard to Wait (On the Way Home)
- Tell Me Why
- Look at My Life (Old Man)
- Journey Through the Past
- Cowgirl in the Sand
- Heart of Gold
- A Man Needs a Maid
- Sugar Mountain
- Don’t Let It Bring You Down
- Love in Mind
- The Needle and the Damage Done
- See the Sky About to Rain
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|Country of origin:||U.S.|
|Record Label:||Contra Band|
|Year of Release:||1971|