Beyond 'Hitchhiker': 15 Archival Neil Young Albums We'd Like to Hear

From 'Time Fades Away II' to 'Homegrown' and Crazy Horse's killer 2003 Bonnaroo set, a look at the best of Young's overflowing vault

Live With the Stills-Young Band (1976)

The Stills-Young Band lasted a mere 19 shows in the summer of 1976 before Young decided to turn the bus around and head home – never mind the fact the tour wasn't even close to done. "Dear Stephen," he wrote to Stills in an infamous telegram, "funny how some things that start spontaneously end that way. Eat a peach. Neil." Luckily, a good many shows had been captured on tape before Neil bailed. They feature Buffalo Springfield oldies like "For What It's Worth" mixed in with Young solo cuts and CSNY tunes. The guitar battles between Stills and Young are amazing, and finally hearing Young sing on "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" during the final encore is the cherry on top. 

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