After first finding the Dylan boot Let me Die in My Footsteps, he discovers the Crosby & Nash title A Very Stoney Evening (plainly visible from 4:00 onwards, does not look like the TMoQ version though) and a CSN&Y bootleg, which I have not been able to identify. A tense situation ensues between Neil and the store clerk, who seems to have no idea who this ‘hippie’ is.
The issue of Rolling stone magazine in the rack is Issue #97 with a cover date of December 9,1971. A Very Stoney Evening was recorded in October of that year and shows how fast some bootleggers could be in bringing shows to market.
The line up as presented by detective N.Young:
2. “A Very Stony Evening”
Seems to be rare today. Was this the first version of the much more common classic TMoQ version? eBay seller mentioned that it came on blue vinyl.
3. Busted! CSN&Y “Live At The Forum”