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Weld is a live album and concert video by Neil Young & Crazy Horse released in 1991, comprising performances recorded on the tour to promote the Ragged Glory album. Arc has since been released as a separate title.
A live album of Neil & Crazy Horse's 1991 Ragged Glory tour. Music, transferred to Special Rider Music ASCAP, 1990; "Cinnamon Girl" Cotillion Music In. Broken Arrow Music administered by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp
Weld, Neil Young's two-hour-plus double-CD chronicle of his 1991 Ragged Glory/Smell the Horse Tour with Crazy Horse, was received with only mild enthusiasm from Young's fans and rock critics, perhaps because it seemed redundant. Such warhorses as "Like a Hurricane" and "Cortez the Killer" were making their fourth appearances on a Young album, and the five songs from the Ragged Glory album were basically unchanged from their studio versions.
According to an interview with Steve Martin of Agnostic Front that appeared in the December 1991 issue of Pulse! magazine, Arc had its genesis in a film that Young made called Muddy Track referred to in an interview with David Fricke in the November 28, 1991, issue of Rolling Stone, which consisted of the beginnings and endings of various.
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Weld (the companion album to the 1991 concert video) found Neil Young & Crazy Horse cranking up the volume on gargantuan guitar distortion to sound so blisteringly loud on the opening Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black) that, in hindsight, makes perfect sense as to why so many music journalists were then quick to crown Young as The Godfather of Grunge
Life is an album by Canadian musician Neil Young and his backing band Crazy Horse, and it is Young's last release on the Geffen label. Like their 1979 album Rust Never Sleeps, Young and the Horse performed most of this album's songs live with the exceptions of "Cryin' Eyes" and "We Never Danced" which were recorded in studio. The album was released on July 6, 1987. The first three tracks all handle the topic of world politics, and ponder the role of the United States in the world.
Neil Young’s Weld’ live album was one dating from 1991 and it was, for all its sixteen tracks, a hard rock, electric guitars turned up to the max one. There is no room on the album for acoustic numbers, just a hard guitar-based rock sound all the way, with a fair amount of distortion here and there too. It all works well, though, the sound is certainly hard-hitting, but it is certainly not unlistenable. Indeed, it packs one hell of a punch.
In the late ’80s, Neil Young re-embraced distortion. He cut Rockin’ in the Free World. He teamed up with Crazy Horse for 1990’s Ragged Glory. And then he and his Crazy friends hit the road in the winter of 1991, for what Young termed the Smell the Horse tour, which was documented on the Arc-Weld album. These were loud, noisy shows, a commitment that ran even to the support acts, Sonic Youth and Social Distortion, both of whom Neil had picked for that purpose. Extended, tangled performances were akin to the electric music captured on Live Rust more than a decade earlier.
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|1.1||Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)||5:42|
|1.2||Crime In The City||6:34|
|1.3||Blowin' In The Wind
Written By – Bob Dylan
Mixed By – John Hanlon
|1.5||Love To Burn||9:58|
|1.7||Mansion On The Hill||6:14|
|2.1||Cortez The Killer
Mixed By – John Hanlon
|2.3||Love And Only Love||9:19|
|2.4||Rockin' In The Free World||9:23|
|2.5||Like A Hurricane||14:01|
|2.7||Tonight's The Night||8:43|
|2.8||Roll Another Number||5:22|
- Duplicated By – Specialty Records Corporation
- Bass – Billy Talbot
- Co-producer – Billy Talbot
- Drums – Ralph Molina
- Edited By, Mastered By [Digital] – Tim Mulligan
- Guitar – Frank Sampedro, Neil Young
- Keyboards [Univox Stringman] – Frank Sampedro
- Mixed By – Billy Talbot (tracks: 1.1 to 1.3, 1.4 to 1.8, 2.2 to 2.8), David Briggs (tracks: 1.1, 1.2, 1,4, 1.5, 1,8, 2.1), John Nowland (tracks: 1.1, 1.2, 1.5, 1.8, 2.2 to 2.8), Neil Young, Tim Mulligan
- Producer – David Briggs, Neil Young
- Recorded By – Dave Hewitt*
- Vocals – Billy Talbot, Frank Sampedro, Neil Young, Ralph Molina
- Written-By – Neil Young (tracks: 1.1, 1.2, 1.4 to 2.8)
NotesA live album of Neil & Crazy Horse's 1991 Ragged Glory tour.
First catalog number appears on J-card. Second catalog number appears on cassette.
Tapes are clear with blue in the middle & writing in white.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 7599-26671-4 2
- Other (Duplication ID): SR
|7599-26671-1||Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Weld (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Reprise Records||7599-26671-1||Europe||1991|
|7599-26671-2||Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Weld (2xCD, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||7599-26671-2||Europe||Unknown|
|9 26671-2||Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Weld (2xCD, Album, RE)||Reprise Records||9 26671-2||US||Unknown|
|7599-26671-2||Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Weld (2xCD, Album, RP)||Reprise Records||7599-26671-2||Europe||Unknown|
|W2 26671||Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Weld (2xCD, Album, Club)||Reprise Records||W2 26671||Canada||1991|