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In Action: Neil Young at the Chicago Theatre

"One man, one guitar, one big sound," veteran rock scribe Greg Kot writes for the Tribune. "Neil Young orchestrated his solo concert Friday - the first of two-sold shows at the Chicago Theatre - for maximum impact. He started slow and quiet and built to a rafter-rattling finale."

Here are some highlights from both shows.

1. Rust never sleeps.


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2. Gotta get down to it.

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3. He came dancing across the water.

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4. I could be happy, the rest of my life . . .

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5. I missed a soul.

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6. I was hoping it was a lie.

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7. I shot my baby.

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8. Baby, can you hear me now?

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Comments welcome.



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Posted on May 10, 2011


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