Someone transferred this for me a few years ago. There are several crackles and pops on this, so it’s probably best left for completists. Maybe someone has a better copy?
Disc 1: 01. On The Way Home 02. Here We Are In The Years 03. LA 04. Soldier 05. Out On The Weekend 06. Harvest 07. Old Man 08. Heart Of Gold 09. The Loner 10. Time Fades Away 11. New Mama 12. Alabama 13. Don’t Be Denied 14. Cinnamon Girl 15. Lookout Joe 16. Southern Man 17. Last Dance 18. Are You Ready For The Country?
1973 Time Fades Away Tour with The Stray Gators Band: The Stray Gators, Line Up 1 Neil Young – vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica Ben Keith – pedal steel guitar, vocals Jack Nitzsche – keyboards Tim Drummond – bass Kenny Buttrey – drums
One of the most prolific and intense urban legends in American history is the persistent tale of the alligators in the New York City subway and sewer system. While most people have pushed these off as mere campfire tales, the truth may actually be that there have been alligators in the city’s underground. Despite sometimes faulty primary sources such as witness testimony and newspaper reports during a time of sensational headlines, the alligator stories have not all been derived from the same root story and may actually have their origins in truth.
The first recorded sighting of an alligator in New York came from 1932 when one was reportedly found sitting casually along the banks of the Bronx River. Three years later a few teens were shoveling snow into the sewer via a manhole when they ran across an alligator allegedly poking his nose up out of the hole. They managed to wrestle it out of the street and when it became hostile, they killed it.
The city seems content with the way things are. Their alligators are rarely ever seen and although considered to be mythical, the stories do seem to be based in fact and when it comes right down to it–it’s entirely plausible. Snapping turtles and other smaller reptiles are seen quite commonly in the water treatment facilities in the city.