STILLS YOUNG BAND ‘FOR WHAT ITS WORTH’ (H.A.R. 167) with a back insert poking fun at Ken

Stills Young Band 2

Stills Young Band light

Audience recording from the Philadelphia Spectrum on 29 June 1976, according to the book Neil Young: Zero to Sixty: a critical Biography

Actual photos from the concert can be found here:

I read on more than one website that Neil Young walked out on Stephen Stills on this tour, with one source I read claimed after only eight gigs but this can’t be true when looking at this Neil Young site:

“Recording is audience sourced, with pretty mediocre sound (C+ to B range, aesthetically speaking.) There are fades between some tracks, and this performance is most likely recorded from a single night’s concert.

Some copies were pressed on black, other copies were pressed on multicolored vinyl (this one). Includes both a front paper slip and a rear paper slip.” First issues were m.c. blue ones seen here. I did not find any other colors.

Matrix markings: HAR 167-A “To Ruth” and HAR 167-B “From An Old Friend”


This title also exists on clear mcv but with only the front insert, perhaps pointing to this variation being a later pressing.


Stills Young Band side 2

The back insert is the main attraction in this case. The text on the left and the SODD satire has been seen before but the cartoon was new to me:


Stills Young Band B


Stills Young Band B 2


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