Neil Young and Promise Of The Real have announced a new album, Noise & Flowers, which is available on August 5 and will include a concert film. The emotional project documents European shows in 2019 performed in tribute to Young’s late manager Elliot Roberts. The new music release will...
Neil Young has announced his plans to release ‘Noise & Flowers’, a live album and film compiled from material recorded during his most recent tour of Europe and the UK. Young embarked on the nine-date run with Promise Of The Real as his backing band, taking in four shows in Germany – as well as one each in Denmark, Belgium, the Netherlands, England and Ireland – across July of 2019. The album and film will feature recordings from all of the shows; the CD and two-disc vinyl release will sport 14 tracks, but it’s unclear if the film (which was co-directed by Bernard Shakey and DH Lovelife) contains the same content.
Neil Young has announced the release of Toast, a shelved 2001 album he made with Crazy Horse and declined to put out at the time because it was "so sad." The seven-song album is now set for a July 8 release according to Amazon, where it is available for preorder. In anticipation of the release, Young released the ragged rocker "Standing in the Light of Love." You can hear the song and see the full Toast track listing below.
Sometimes brother knows best. While listening to the radio one day in her Indiana Township home, young Suzy Wargo heard a song she didn’t recognize. “I was sitting on the floor with my stereo on, and my mouth, you had to pick my jaw up off the floor,” she said. “I loved it.”
It’s 1989. George Bush is president. The Berlin Wall is on the brink of coming down after nearly 30 years. Iran’s Ayatollah Khomeini issued a fatwa ordering Muslims to kill Salman Rushdie for his controversial novel The Satanic Verses and called the United States the “Great Satan.”The Soviet–Afghan War had ended and The Gulf War would begin soon after.
Neil Young announces the release of his mythical album Toast with long-time collaborators Crazy Horse. The album is set for release on July 8 via Reprise Records. Toast was recorded at Toast Studios in San Francisco in 2001, and just 21 years later, we are now able to listen to it.
Neil Young has announced the imminent release of ‘Toast’, a previously shelved album he recorded with Crazy Horse all the way back in 2001. Young revealed his plans to drop ‘Toast’ – named for the San Francisco studio in which it was minted – in a post shared to his blog, the Neil Young Archives, on Thursday (May 26). Though that post has since been deleted, ‘Toast’ is locked in for release on July 8 via Reprise. CD and vinyl pre-orders are available from Young’s webstore, The Greedy Hand, with a sell describing the record as “heavy and distressed, brimming with electrifying tension”.
Neil Young is continuing to dig into his vaults. On July 8, he’ll release the shelved Crazy Horse album Toast via Reprise. Young and Crazy Horse recorded the album in 2001 at Toast Studios in San Francisco. Below, listen to the record’s “Standing in the Light of Love.”
Click here to read the full article. Neil Young and Crazy Horse’s lost 2001 LP Toast is finally arriving July 8, and you can check out the track “Standing In The Light of Love” right now. Young started Toast at Toast Studios in San Francisco in early 2001 shortly before he headed down to South America with Crazy Horse for a tour. “The back door opened onto an alley,” Young wrote last year on the Neil Young Archives. “It was so stuffy in there that we left the door open until one day we saw rats coming in and out. After...