If you are a human being with any sense at all, you know that Neil Young is an infallible god who can do no wrong. Well, actually, I take that back. He can do wrong. But every time he does, it turns out to be just another awesome chapter in the great Neil Young saga. Anyway, ol' Neil's latest record, Live At Massey Hall 1971, the second installment of his "Archive Performance Series" landed at No. 6 on Billboard this week, the best charting he's had since teaming up with Pearl Jam for Mirrorball in 95. Woo-hoo! Go Neil! I haven't had a chance to buy the record, but I've have a bootleg of the show, which is awesome. The disc is early 70s, sensitive Neil. He's testing out "Old Man" and doing that whole "Man Needs A Maid/Heart of Gold" suite. He does lonesome, creepy acoustic versions of "Cowgirl in the Sand" and "Down by the River" and even pulls out "See the Sky About to Rain", a song which went onto be a smoke-hazed country number on the great On the Beach album. All in all, this charting is great news I'm sure Neil doesn't give ten shits about.