Neil Young continues to mine his archived concerts for ones worthy of release. His next will be one he thinks is the earliest solo live set ever filmed, a 1971 recording of a set he did a the Shakespeare Theater in Stratford, Connecticut that took place just a couple of months after the release of After the Gold Rush. Young calls it "one of the most pure sounding acoustic performances" he's got in his substantial archive of material. It will be available March 26 on vinyl. CD and DVD.