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    Default Mojo Magazine - Neil Young

    Did any of you get this Mojo collectors edition magazine?

    If you're into Neil Young it is a great read.

    I'm not sure how long it has been on the shelves but I only just noticed it a few weeks ago.

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    Default NEIL YOUNG "LIVING WITH WAR'

    Neil Young hits it on the head and hits one out of the park.....again.
    Recorded in two weeks with his electric guitar, bass and drum players and some guy with a trumpet. THIS IS THE 2006 ALBUM OF THE YEAR. Make sure the word about this music gets out, because i suspect radio in general will be a little scared to air it.
    All Hail Neil Young!!
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    Do you mean Kneel Jung?

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    this is the album of the year as far as im concerned.
    neil young for supreme world master!

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    I like his new album but the single minded whining (not helped by Neil's voice, heheh) about how fucked up the current administration is wears thin real quick. I personally have a love/hate feeling about a lot of his music because while I really dig a lot of his harder edged stuff, especially with Crazy Horse, there's a repetitive sameness in a lot of that music that makes me quickly tune out and forget a lot of his music, especially his more recent stuff that mirrors what I think of a lot of Pearl Jams' music as well.

    I give the guy a lot of credit for having the balls to simply put out such an album, especially in a few week's time but the sameness of the simple arrangements of many of the songs and the aftermentioned subject matter eventually brings this one down. Neil's "Rockin' in the Free World" stated his opinions in just one song both musically and lyrically so much better then this entire album.

    Historically though, Young's best albums and songs are untouchable.

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    Default "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere"...A Neil Young Thread

    Depends upon one's mood I guess. In some folk's mind this fellow is as innocuous as James Taylor, in others, he is the heart and soul of grunge. Either the consummate folk artist, or the ultimate garage rocker.

    The truth is that the guy's talent lies someplace in between.

    The following video is hardly a hearty introduction to the man's craft, yet the perversity of putting up a 19 minute long tune with a jam band distills a perfect sense, at least the way I see stuff.

    Down By the River - Phish and Neil Young (Yup, 19:00)


    Cinnamon Girl (4:07) From "Rust Never Sleeps"


    And here's Powder Finger (5:27) 'cause I felt like hearin' it:



    That's enough to start with...
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    Neil Young and Crazy Horse-Like a Hurricane (8:58)

    Neil Young - Harvest Moon (5:01)

    Neil Young - After The Gold Rush (3:39)
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    Dolly Parton & Alison Krauss, Suzanne Cox - After the Gold Rush (3:11)

    Neil Young - Thrasher( 6:13?)
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    Neil Young ROCKS! If someone was to point to a case of a rocker growing old with grace, they'd point to Neil. When he gets Crazy Horse together, good things always happen. Nice find Chef!

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    Picked this up on Tuesday. I can't remeber the last time I purchased a CD. Gave it a listen last night and really enjoyed it. I really liked Beautiful Bluebird, Dirty Old Man and the way. Dirty Old Man gots that Crazy horse feel to it. Ordinary people is 18:13 minutes long. Plus I like the use of horns. I also was given a 2nd Cd single that has Sugar Mountain [ Live ay the Riverboat]. One of my favorite tunes. Neil young just gets better with age.
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    Hey...a Neil Young thread! The weather's been turning here in Oklahoma, and I just had to break out Harvest and Harvest Moon. Great albums from a great artist. My son and I are going to record a version of "Rockin' In The Free World" pretty soon. Probably my favorite NY song.

    I have to plug another band here: The Mother Hips (www.motherhips.com). They're from Chico (CA), big fans of Neil, and have recorded six albums of their own matierial. MoHips have been known to play a show here and there featuring nothing but the Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere album.

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    Here is a rarity...CSN&Y (introduced by David Steinberg ) performing "Down By The River"...check out the abbreviated (yet still kinda neat) guitar duel between Stills and Young, along with Graham Nash on keyboards.

    Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young - Down by the River (4:57)
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    Neil Young W/Pearl Jam - I'm The Ocean


    Neil Young and The Bluetones - This Note's For You
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    Good stuff. Going to see him tomorrow night at The Fox in STL (where Sammy played Tues. & Wed.). Any word on how his current tour is?

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    Aborted Young/Crazy Horse Album To See Release

    April 02, 2008, 6:20 PM ET
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    An April Fool's Day joke it's not: Neil Young has another unreleased album ready to see the light of day.

    Indeed, despite the fact that Young still hasn't put out his decades-in-the-works "Archives" boxed set, he's authorized the excavation of "Toast," a Crazy Horse album aborted in 2000. "There is no firm release date, but it's coming," a Young source tells Billboard.com.

    According to Young's Web site, Crazy Horse recorded at the album's eponymous San Francisco studio "for months and came up with very little" aside from the song "Goin' Home," which has been occasionally performed live.

    Some of the tunes written for the album wound up being recorded instead for Young's 2002 album "Are You Passionate?"

    "Many songs share a bluesy, jazz-tinged vibe as a common thread," the site says of the project, which is being mixed by John Hanlon. "Three solid rockers are interspersed in the mix. Other songs are long with extensive explorations between verses, a Crazy Horse trademark, kind of like a down-played 'Tonight's the Night,' except these songs deal directly with love and loss, not drugs."

    Potentially even more confusing: the site claims "Toast" is the first "special edition" of "a new series of unreleased albums." Whether this series is a part of, or separate from, the intended "Archives" series is unknown.

    Young's last communique on the status of "Archives Vol. 1" came in late January, when he stunned fans by revealing that the project would only be released on Blu-ray and DVD, but not on CD. "There's no doubt it will come out this year," he said. (Huh? )

    Young will be back on the road this summer for a host of European festivals, beginning June 27 at Rock in Rio Madrid.


    http://www.billboard.com/bbcom/news/..._id=1003784727
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