Neil Young is giving hardcore devotees another reason to smile. The 63-year-old rocker is continuing his annual trend of dropping old concert recordings by releasing ‘Dreamin’ Man Live ’92,’ a live reworking of his acclaimed album ‘Harvest Moon,’ on Dec. 8.
The album, a vinyl version of which will be released on Jan. 12, counts live takes of every song on ‘Harvest Moon.’ The tune sequence for ‘Dreamin Man’ is different from its proper counterpart and comes from solo acoustic performances that the music icon held in advance of the original project’s 1992 release.
The country-rock classic, which was recorded in Nashville, was considered a sequel to Young’s landmark 1972 album ‘Harvest’. Young tracked the record while recovering from tinnitus, which he had contracted after making his electric album ‘Ragged Glory’ and a subsequent tour.