2. "Pushed It Over the End"
Neil Young stunned fans at New York's Bottom Line on May 16th, 1974 when he played a surprise hour-long set consisting almost entirely of unreleased songs. It remains one of his greatest bootlegs and deserves to see an official release one day. The show opened up with a song he introduced as "Citizen Kane Jr. Blues," but was later retitled "Pushed It Over the End" when it resurfaced that summer on CSNY's stadium reunion tour. It's a mellow, dreamy song supposedly inspired by Patty Hearst that would have been a career highlight for most songwriters. For Neil, it was merely something he played a handful of times one year and then tossed overboard forever.