They're there. And they're in an order. They're not gone. But, you know, they're old songs. Who wants to hear about it. They're depressing. They are. It's like ancient history to me. I don't want to have to In Closing - Christmas (3) - Live At Massey Hall (CD with Album) stuff coming out. I think every artist plans for the future like that. I have things in a certain order, so that if anything ever happened to me it would be pretty evident what to do.
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Rank and organization: Master Sergeant, U. Place and date: 3 OctoberMogadishu, Somalia. Entered service at: Born: Lincoln, Maine. Master Sergeant Gordon's sniper team provided precision fires from the lead helicopter during an assault and at two helicopter crash sites, while subjected to intense automatic weapons and rocket propelled grenade fires.
When Master Sergeant Gordon learned that ground forces were not immediately available to secure the second crash site, he and another sniper unhesitatingly volunteered to be inserted to protect the four critically wounded personnel, despite being well aware of the growing number of enemy personnel closing in on the site.
After his third request to be inserted, Master Sergeant Gordon received permission to perform his volunteer mission. When debris and enemy ground fires at the site caused them to abort the first attempt, Master Sergeant Gordon was inserted one hundred meters south of the crash site.
Equipped with only his sniper rifle and a pistol, Master Sergeant Gordon and his Album) sniper, while under intense small arms fire from the enemy, fought their way through a dense maze of shanties and shacks to reach the critically injured crew members.
Master Sergeant Gordon immediately pulled the pilot and the other crew members from the aircraft, establishing a perimeter which placed him and his fellow sniper in the most vulnerable position. Master Sergeant Gordon used his long range rifle and side arm to kill an undetermined number of attackers until he depleted his ammunition. Master Sergeant Gordon then went back to the wreckage, recovering some of the crew's weapons and ammunition. Despite the fact that he was critically low on ammunition, he provided some of it to the dazed pilot and then radioed for help.
Master Sergeant Gordon continued to travel the perimeter, protecting the downed crew. After his team member was fatally wounded and his own rifle ammunition exhausted, Master Sergeant Gordon returned to the wreckage, recovering a rifle with the last five rounds of ammunition and gave it to the pilot with the words, "good luck. His actions saved the pilot's life. Master Sergeant In Closing - Christmas (3) - Live At Massey Hall (CD extraordinary heroism and devotion to duty were in keeping with the highest standards of military service and reflect great credit upon him, his unit and the United States Army.
Thursday, November 29, Album of the Year. Much to my surprise, my album of the year is a concert recording from 36 years ago, followed closely by an album that was never released. Neil Young's spectacular "Live as Massey Hall " is a remarkable recording from what must have been a magical evening. Solo Neil, with a small Toronto audience that braved the January cold. Listening to this recording, one realizes how amazingly powerful and evocative Neil's voice is.
Can you imagine being in the audience that night and hearing these songs for the first time? Listening to this album, one realizes how extraordinarily good Neil was back in the day.
Needless to say, any Neil Young album that has 7 definitive tracks is a must own and a must listen. Neil Young "Live at Massey Hall " is my album of the year. The close second is another Neil Young album, but one that was never released.
Always discussed in hushed tones, some of the tracks made it into subsequent albums, but not all. A mixed bag, but notable for having the 18 minute epic "Ordinary People", which had been cut from the "This Notes for You" album 20 years ago. Worth purchasing just for that song wow! The hype leading up ti Chrome Dreams II worked its magic on the internet, and via this post by Fred Wilson I finally got to fulfill a dream and hear the album.
What an amazing album! The definitive version of Pocahontas one of the best songs ever madea great take on Too Far Gone one of the better songs on the Freedom albumthe unbelievable Stringman which I had never heard beforea definitive acoustic take on Powderfinger, and familiar versions of classics Like a Hurricane, Homegrown, and Captain Kennedy.
Taken together, Massey Hall and In Closing - Christmas (3) - Live At Massey Hall (CD Dreams may bump After the Gold Rush and Freedom from my "You only have 2 Neil Young albums you can take to the deserted island" list As an aside, back in the early 80s, right after I discovered Neil Young, my best friend Terry's mom let us know that Rolling Stone had had a great interview with the man a couple years before kind of surreal rereading that article after all these years.
In that interview, he hinted at the treasures that were waiting in his vaults, waiting for the day when he was all done: One of Young's long-standing jokes is that he's saving his best material for his "Bus Crash" album. Fast forward 25 years. See also Album Tropes. For more infomation, see The Other Wiki 's article on albums. Community Showcase More. Follow TV Tropes. You need to login to do this.
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