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As requested - A guitar lesson of Neil Young's - Cripple Creek Ferry. Loads more free lessons can be found at Guitar Tutor Man's official website: http://guitar.freemovies.co.uk :) Please support my video creation by clicking here http://www.gofundme.com/guitar-tutor-man :)
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Fresh from a day of work, singing quietly in camp. This is a nice and very simple song. By Bailynn Mountain I’m new at writing music. Please check out my new songs Digression and Standing still, here on YouTube. Unfortunately, I somehow have two channels now, for music and silly movies of friends, family, work and travel. * my music channel is: Bailynn Mountain. Please share your feedback.
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A compilation of some of the songs from Neil Young & The Stray Gators, live at Carnegie Hall, 1.21.1973 Cripple Creek Ferry Here We Are In The Years LA Soldier Heart of Gold Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere Time Fades Away Last Dance Are You Ready For The Country Neil Young - vocals, guitar, keyboards, harmonica Ben Keith - pedal steel guitar, vocals Jack Nitzsche - keyboards Tim Drummond - bass Kenny Buttrey - drums Here's Rolling Stone's March 1, 1973 review of the show, by the legendary Jon Landau (now Bruce Springsteen's manager): http://www.rollingstone.com/music/live-reviews/neil-young-carnegie-hall-19730301 Neil Young almost did it all in New York. He showed up with the Stray Gators — the near-perfect backup band from Harvest — and a bunch of fine new songs. More importantly, he left behind the case of nerves that marred several concerts during his last tour. This time out his attitude was relaxed and engaging, one that allowed him to ignore both the indifference of the mostly trade audience that filled the orchestra and the belligerently fruitcake fans that stood standing and screaming in all of the balconies. Young was least effective in his opening solo spot, where the occasional shrillness and flatness of his voice grated against the excessively simple acoustic guitar background. The balance between voice and background found its natural meeting ground only with the addition of the band, and as he sat playing acoustic guitar, with Kenny Buttrey playing only the sketchiest of drum parts for "Out on the Weekend," Young began to sound better and better. After "Heart Of Gold," he switched to his Lonnie Mack-style electric and revved up the volume. For the rest of the concert we were alternately treated and subjected to some beautifully intense singing, dazzling new songs and interminably mediocre jamming. Halfway through the performance it struck me that Neil's talents are, in descending order, as a vocalist, arranger, melodist, lyricist, rhythm guitarist and lead guitarist. His often sentimental words are an almost always sufficient vehicle for his musical ideas. That combination of simple lyrics and intense delivery was especially evident on his best new song, "Don't Be Denied," an autobiographical piece that left him screaming about the paranoia that comes from "... seeing the world through a businessman's eyes." Another told of the joy of watching a woman expecting their child. Both, however, were marred by those seemingly unnecessary guitar solos, which often clashed with Ben Keith's high-pitched pedal guitar noodlings and meanderings. Young hit his peak with the most familiar songs, including an explosive rendition of "Cinnamon Girl," an improved "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" and a solid "Southern Man." For me, everything was overshadowed by one song — "Alabama." I think it has the best chorus he has written and in performance, it builds with a majestic sway characteristic of the Rolling Stones at their best. Young was not especially well received, all things considered. The performance was too short and he barely won an encore. Just the same, the morning after, I found myself admiring him as much as a person as a musician. In "Don't Be Denied," he offers one of the few attacks on the star system that a rock musician has made creditable. And he makes it so because his performance and style seem free of any taint of cynicism. He knows everything the pop world has to offer and intends to enjoy himself in spite of it. As for the people who at one time or another think they are using him — whether in his professional or personal life — he doesn't even seem to mind, because he knows that while he isn't going to change them, they haven't changed him either. Full setlist is as follows: 1973-01-21 Carnegie Hall, New York City, New York, USA w/ The Stray Gators 1. Cripple Creek Ferry* 2. Here We Are In The Years 3. LA 4. Soldier* 5. Out On The Weekend 6. Old Man 7. Heart Of Gold 8. The Loner 9. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere 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? * - song debut
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Hey, hey Cripple Creek ferry Butting through the overhanging trees Make way for the Cripple Creek ferry The waters going down it's a mighty tight squeeze. All alone the captain stands Hasn't heard from his deck hands. The gambler tips his hat and walks towards the door. It's the second half of the cruise. And you know he hates to lose. Hey, hey Cripple Creek ferry Butting through the overhanging trees Make way for the Cripple Creek ferry The waters going down it's a mighty tight squeeze.
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In this video I was trying to capture the earliest memory I have of life. This song and the rest of After the Goldrush remind me of when I was a very young kid living in Sandusky, NY looking at the sun come through the window in the morning. So, yes, I wanted the video to look like this. If you really can't stand not being able to see my pretty face, go watch my other recent vids.
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1973-01-21 Carnegie Hall, New York City, New York, USA w/ The Stray Gators 1. Cripple Creek Ferry* 2. Here We Are In The Years 3. LA 4. Soldier* 5. Out On The Weekend 6. Old Man 7. Heart Of Gold 8. The Loner 9. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere 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? * - song debut
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The Danberrys perform Cripple Creek Ferry at The American Museum in Britain located in Bath, UK.
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After The Gold rush (1970) Hey, hey Cripple Creek ferry Butting through the overhanging trees Make way for the Cripple Creek ferry The waters going down it's a mighty tight squeeze. All alone the captain stands Hasn't heard from his deck hands. The gambler tips his hat and walks towards the door. It's the second half of the cruise. And you know he hates to lose. Hey, hey Cripple Creek ferry Butting through the overhanging trees Make way for the Cripple Creek ferry The waters going down it's a mighty tight squeeze.
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ATL Collective closes out its presentation of Neil Young's classic album, "After the Gold Rush." At Eddie's Attic in Decatur, GA on January 11, 2012.
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Video with the lyrics of the song shown on screen, scrolling bottom-up. The text is accompanied by audio. The lyrics are also repeated in the description. Here they are: Neil Young - Cripple Creek Ferry - Lyrics Hey, hey Cripple Creek ferry Butting through the overhanging trees Make way for the Cripple Creek ferry The waters going down it's a mighty tight squeeze. All alone the captain stands Hasn't heard from his deck hands. The gambler tips his hat and walks towards the door. It's the second half of the cruise. And you know he hates to lose. Hey, hey Cripple Creek ferry Butting through the overhanging trees Make way for the Cripple Creek ferry The waters going down it's a mighty tight squeeze. This is a special version/performance of this song: the lyrics are being read by a computer voice. This might be a help for people who can't understand the lyrics when they are being sung in the song itself, and who may suffer reading problems or are visually impaired. This 'cover version' is of course not the official video, but it provides a unique focus on the lyrics, without any possible distraction caused by music or by singing the text. I do not claim any rights on the lyrics. All lyrics are property and copyright of their owners. All lyrics copyright belong to their respective owners. This content may be protected by copyright law or other laws regarding intellectual property of the United States or other countries. If you love the song, please support the artists by buying the original CD/Cassette or buying the song from iTunes or another provider. I do not think this video is suitable for karaoke purposes, but the fans might love it.
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Larry Campbell, Marco Benevento, Nicole Atkins, Burnell Pines, Zach Djanikian, Adrien Rejo, Andy Borger, Peter Dougan, Tim Sutton, Aaron Lieberman, Dave Dreiwitz and Jason Bowman perform the Music of Neil Young at Bearsville Theater on Friday, May 8th. Filmed by: Dino Davaros, Alex Law & Catherine Kaczor Edited by: Dino Davaros & Oliva Mazzetti http://www.radiowoodstock.com Radio Woodstock Facebook: http://on.fb.me/MxSOs7 Radio Woodstock Twitter: http://bit.ly/1d2P7oP Radio Woodstock Instagram: http://bit.ly/1l6Usxh
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Merci cher NEIL YOUNG. Je t'aime, ton être est comme une mélodie, harmonieuse, qui élève la conscience. Ta musique, Ta beauté intérieure sont comme un bouquet de myrrhe qui exhale son parfum qui se répand sur le Peuple de Dieu, que tu aimes. Merci du plus profond de mon cœur, toute mon amitié mon amour fraternel et reconnaissance infinie, ainsi qu'à tes collaborateurs qui font partie de toi. GALLETTO Patrizia Je dédie cette belle musique à mon Père de Lumières, Lui qui à donné à l'homme des talents musicaux magnifiques, dans la diversité de l'être, merci Père MERVEILLEUX, je t'aime et t'envoie toute ma tendresse. " Notre être est comme une mélodie, si elle est harmonieuse, elle élève la conscience comme un arbre en fleur, où les pétales émanent un parfum si doux et suave, que les oiseaux se reposent sur leur branche, pour ensuite continuer leur chemin dans une joie ineffable". GALLETTO Patrizia " Notre être est comme la pluie qui chante une mélodie tendre, fine, douce, délicate, parfois puissante, et indomptable. Les nuages sombres gris-noir, nous regardent pour nous annoncer ta présence, pour nourrir la Mère Terre qui porte ses fruits, pour le bien-être de l'homme. Je lui dis: Je te remercie chère Pluie, merci de ta présence, c'est vraie tu es humide. Merci mon amour. Tu rafraîchis mon corps, tu caresse mon visage avec les gouttes de ton être qui tombent avec délicatesse et parfois avec violence en détruisant tout sur ton passage, et la Mère Terre qui est si Belle !!! Avec larmes, je te demande: Pourquoi tu te mets en colère et tu détruis autour de toi? Elle me dit: Ma chère fille, joyaux du Père, Moi et la Mère Terre , nous souffrons, de l'attitude des hommes que nous aimons, car il sont une partie de nous. Trop de sang est versé, trop de haine et méchanceté, trop de mal l'homme nous fait; en ne se rendant pas compte des conséquences qu'il provoque en déstabilisant les lois du Cosmos qui sont inscrite dans L'ADN de L'Univers. Et pour que la Mère Terre trouve son équilibre (avec tristesse car nous vous aimons) nous devons purifier la Terre pour qu'elle retrouve son équilibre et pour que l'homme prenne conscience que nous vous aimons et que nous avons besoins pour notre équilibre, du respect et d'amour. Car nous sommes amour. Alors la LUMIÈRE éclairera et réchauffera les cœurs des hommes, et l'harmonie, la paix nous unira dans un amour sans fin et sans limites. Je lui réponds : Merci chère Pluie d'avoir eu l'amabilité de m'exprimer tes sentiments. Je t'aime et t'envoie un milliard de bisous. Malgré toute notre ignorance et les erreurs conscientes et inconscientes que nous commettons en te demandant pardon, je te prie de protéger mes frères malgré les épreuves qu'ils doivent traverser pour leur évolution. Tu sais chère Pluie, merci de m'avoir fait prendre conscience que l'Ombre et la Lumière sont une pour notre évolution humaine et Spirituelle. A présent je te quitte mon amour et te remercie de ta compagnie". GALLETTO Patrizia "La Planète Terre est un école pour apprendre le chemin de la vie spirituelle, qui se nomme AMOUR." GALLETTO Patrizia
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Playing drums to this Neil Young song from the After The Gold Rush album, released in 1970. Yamaha Club Custom drums Dunnett COB 2N snare drum Sabian cymbals COPYRIGHT NOTICE This is a drum cover of Cripple Creek Ferry by Neil Young and is the copyrighted property of it's owner(s). For fun, educational, personal use only.
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Couldn't find the album version anywhere so here it is. Lyrics: Cars and trucks Fly by me on the corner But I'm all right Standin' proud before the signal When I see the light I know I'm more than just a number. And I stand before you Or else we just don't see the other Computer age computer age Computer age. Bikes and vans Fly by me on the desert But I'm all right Standing out here in the hot sun When I see the light I feel like more than just a number And I stand before you Or else we just don't see the other Computer age computer age Computer age. Precious metal lines Molded into highways Running through me So microscopically Days and nights Weeks and months and seasons Rolling through me So chronologically. Computer age computer age Computer age. I need you To let me know that there's a heartbeat Let it pound and pound And I'll be flying like a free bird And you need me Like ugly needs a mirror And day by day This horizon's getting clearer Computer age computer age Computer age.
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