Although Neil Young's triumphant return to Toronto for a very sold-out Massey Hall concert on January 19, 1971, has been circulating for a while as a bootleg, it's still spine-tingling when he offhandedly says, "This is a new song that I wrote about my ranch" before launching into the best version of Old Man you've ever heard. Just 24 years old at the time, still a year before Harvest would establish him as an international star, Young was definitely firing on all cylinders. His song selection strikes just the right balance between signature classics like Helpless, Heart Of Gold, Down By The River and Ohio, less frequently performed gems like There's A World and Love In Mind and genuine obscurities like Bad Fog Of Loneliness. The sound is amazingly crisp and clear throughout, while the audience listens in rapt silence. In fact, if he wasn't performing on a rug, you could've heard his guitar pick hit the stage when he dropped it. The audio disc comes packaged with a disappointing concert DVD that annoyingly alternates between performance clips and images of a reel-to-reel tape deck and/or guitar propped up on a chair to fill the gaps when the live footage was lacking. It's all just a taster for the Archives 1963-1972 eight-CD and two-DVD box due later this year.