Neil Young has revealed plans for his next Archives release. He’ll be putting out “Tuscaloosa,” a rare concert in Alabama from 1973.
Talking to Rolling Stone, Young calls the “Harvest” and “Tonight’s The Night”-era setlist “edgy.” “It’s like those mellow songs with an edge,” he explains. “It’s really trippy to be down in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and singing those songs from HArvest and the songs that we were doing for ‘Time Fades Away’ before it came out.”
He also reveals that he had a different archival release, “Odeon/Budokan,” ready to go, but he chose to put out “Tuscaloosa” first. “Odeon/Budokan” comes from Crazy Horse’s 1976 tour.
Source: Rolling Stone