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Live at the Riverboat 1969

Live at the Riverboat 1969
Neil Young
Released June 2, 2009 (2009-06-02)
Recorded February 1969 (1969-02)
Genre Folk-rock
Length 56:45
Label Reprise
Producer Neil Young
Neil Young chronology

Chrome Dreams II
Live at the Riverboat 1969
Fork in the Road

Live at the Riverboat 1969 is a live album by Neil Young, released in 2009. In February 1969, Young performed a series of shows at The Riverboat, a coffee house in Toronto.[1] This album is a live recording from these performances.

This album is Volume 1 in the Archives Performance Series.[2]

A CD sampler of the album was released in selected retail outlets alongside Young's 2007 album, Chrome Dreams II. The different outlets had different bonus CDs with a different preview track.

Track listing

All songs written by Neil Young.

  1. Emcee Intro. / Sugar Mountain Intro. – 1:10
  2. "Sugar Mountain" – 5:34
  3. Incredible Doctor Rap – 3:10
  4. "The Old Laughing Lady" – 5:14
  5. Audience Observation / Dope Song / Band Names Rap – 2:59
  6. "Flying on the Ground Is Wrong" – 3:58
  7. On the Way Home Intro. – 0:25
  8. "On the Way Home" – 2:40
  9. Set Break / Emcee Intro. – 1:20
  10. "I've Loved Her So Long" – 2:13
  11. Allen A-Dale Rap – 2:20
  12. "I Am a Child" – 2:27
  13. "1956 Bubblegum Disaster" – 2:04
  14. "The Last Trip to Tulsa" – 7:00
  15. Words Rap – 2:14
  16. "Broken Arrow" – 4:38
  17. Turn Down the Lights Rap – 0:53
  18. "Whiskey Boot Hill" – 2:22
  19. Expecting to Fly Intro. – 0:54
  20. "Expecting to Fly" – 2:55


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