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Live at the Cellar Door is a live album by Neil Young, featuring performances from his six 1970 concerts in Washington D.C. It was released on December 10, 2013. The album is volume 02.5 in Young's Archives Performance Series. The album features songs from both Young's early albums and Buffalo Springfield albums, including After the Gold Rush, Harvest, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, On the Beach, Buffalo Springfield and Buffalo Springfield Again.

Additionally, the album features the only known recording of Young performing his song "Cinnamon Girl" on piano. As stated by his comment on the disc "That's the first time I've ever performed that song on piano!"

The album closes with "Flying on the Ground is Wrong" in which Young quips: "I had it put in my contracts that I would only play on a nine-foot Steinway grand piano, just for a little eccentricity."
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