Neil Young
Market Square Arena
Indianapolis, IN

Source: Audience Recording
Lineage: Nakamichi CM-100 Mics with CP-4 guns > Sony D-5 > master cassette > DR-3 >
emu 1212M > 24/96 wave > wavelab 5 > plugins > L3 > 16/44.1 wave
trac'ed cdwave,flac'ed Flac frontend level 8

Please keep this text file with these files

Taped by:Greg Holtz, Tony Bolton, and Mike Rice (RIP)

a GEMS production


disc 1

d1t01. Intro
d1t02 Mr soul (fades in)
d1t03 Cinnamon Girl
d1t04 When You Dance, I Can Really Love
d1t05 Touch The Night
d1t06 Down By The River
d1t07 Too Lonely
d1t08 Phone Call
d1t09 Heart Of Gold
d1t10 Inca Queen
d1t11 After The Gold Rush
d1t12 Drive Back
d1t13 Opera Star
d1t14 Phone Call
d1t15 Road Of Plenty
d1t16 Cortez The Killer

disc 2
d2t01 Stage Show
d2t02 Sample And Hold
d2t03 Computer Age
d2t04 Stage Show
d2t05 Violent Side
d2t06 Mideast Vacation
d2t07 Long Walk Home
d2t08 The Needle And The Damage Done
d2t09 Hippie Dream
d2t10 Powderfinger
d2t11 Like A Hurricane
d2t12 Hey Hey, My My
d2t13 Prisoners Of Rock 'n' Roll


- The beginning stage show is incomplete.

- The first track is cut at the beginning.

- This is a very nice source. Lots of ambiance and energy! Due to the nature of the
recording, there were multiple instances of mic bumps, level fluctuations and small
dropouts that are associated with inevitable position changes. I've attenuated the
bumps as best as I can and the dropouts have all been patched. Most I couldn't tell
you where they are now, but there are a few in Cinnamon Girl that I just couldn't get
to my liking but they are what they are. None of the very small blemishes take anything
away from this source though IMO. All tape flips were cross faded. Wonderful show!!

- Note From Greg: Mics were hand held throughout, thus the bumps and such. This
particular recording was made behind the board and up off the floor a bit. Market
Square Arena is gone now, but it was the site of many great shows in the 70's and
80's. Elvis played his last show ever there in 1977 I think. MSA had very unusual
architecture which led to great acoustics for rock shows. It is too bad they imploded
the place...

- Big thanks to Greg Holtz, Tony Bolton, and Mike Rice for taping and to Greg for
supplying The masters.

- Transfer and edit done by Bgreen