Neil Young :: Pushed It Over The End (Live, 1974)

"I'd like to start with a kind of a quiet song," Neil Young mutters, having popped up unannounced at a Leon Redbone/Ry Cooder gig at NYC's Bottom Line in May of 1974. "It's called, um ... it's called ... 'Citizen Kane Jr. Blues.'" So begins one of Young's most famous bootlegs, during which he debuts several tracks from the then-unreleased On The Beach, instructs the audience on how to make honey slides (a potent marijuana + honey combo . . .

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