Mastertone Studios, NYC,1965... Amidst mounting friction with producer PAUL ROTHCHILD, FRED NEIL walks out on the unfinished sessions for what was to be his debut album, Bleecker & MacDougal. Fearing he wouldn't return to the studio, his friend and guitar player, PETER CHILDS, invited him down to the Greenwich Village apartment he shared with John Sebastian, at 38 MacDougal. According to Childs, "the best chance to get Freddie back wouldn't be to try to persuade him verbally, but to get him over to the apartment for a bit of music-making". What transpired on that afternoon was a legendary singer-songwriter and his long-time accompanist making music for the pure joy of it, a one-of-a-kind private performance, captured on Ampex reel to reel, and stored for over fifty years! The previously unreleased recordings contained on 38 MacDougal were beautifully detailed in PETER LEE NEFF's 2018 Fred Neil biography, That's The Bag I'm In. Limited edition of 1,000 copies on clear vinyl.