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Neil Young Is Five Songs Into His Next Record But Touring Is Not An option

Even though he’s been keeping himself busy these past few months streaming live performances and digging deep into his archives, Neil Young has another project coming. He recently revealed that he’s working on a new album with his longtime backing band Crazy Horse. In a statement posted on his website Neil Young Archives, Young shared that he’s actually five songs in.
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Neil Young is working on a new album with Crazy Horse

Neil Young has confirmed that he is currently working on a new album with his longtime collaborators Crazy Horse. Writing in his regular updates posted to The Neil Young Archives, his personal website, Young revealed that he has five songs already ready for a new album, and that “recording with the Horse will begin soon.”
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Neil Young confirms new album with Crazy Horse is on the way

Neil Young has confirmed a new album is currently in the works with longtime collaborators Crazy Horse. Young and Crazy Horse previously collaborated on the album ‘Colorado’ in 2019, and ‘Americana’ and ‘Psychedelic Pill’ in 2012. Now, the 75-year-old has confirmed on his personal website he has a handful of songs ready for a new LP, saying “recording with [Crazy Horse] will begin soon”.
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Neil Young Has Started Work on a New Album

The 75-year-old Canadian rock legend is working on a new album, and he’s making headway. In a message posted Sunday (June 6) on his official website, Young updated us on his many and varied projects. One is a new LP with Crazy Horse. Another, a work of fiction. “I have...
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“I wanted to be Neil Young!”: Daniel Lanois on guitar recording and the lessons learned from the greats

With a resume that includes Grammy-winning and era-defining albums like U2’s The Joshua Tree, Bob Dylan’s Time Out of Mind, Peter Gabriel’s So, and Emmylou Harris’ Wrecking Ball, as well as various and sundry masterpieces for Neil Young, Robbie Robertson, Willie Nelson, among others, Daniel Lanois doesn’t exactly have to cold call artists and managers looking for work.
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Neil Young making new album w/ Crazy Horse but no tour plans just yet

Neil Young is busy as ever, and gave fans an update of what's in the hopper via his Archives website. Chief among them is a new album with Crazy Horse, with whom he last worked with on 2019's Colorado. "I have five songs ready for the next album, so I think over time the rest will come and we may start recording again soon," he writes.
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David Crosby Remembers Neil Young’s Laughter Onstage

David Crosby said his relationship with Neil Young was entirely musical and never social – but it often made them both laugh onstage. Crosby has been estranged from his Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young bandmates for several years, but in a new interview on Apple Music’s Zane Lowe Show, he recalled how he, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash had forged a strong connection with Young in the early ‘70s.
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Pro Football Hall in Canton should reconsider Lynyrd Skynyrd - or invite Neil Young next year: Drew Tiene

KENT, Ohio -- Professional football’s Concert for Legends, which will wind up the Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement ceremony in Canton this August, will be co-headlined by Lynyrd Skynyrd, a band whose music has sometimes been characterized as “redneck rock.” The band seems a questionable choice, especially given the fact that half of this year’s eight new Hall of Fame inductees are African American.
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AMZN vs. WMT Weekly Report: Neil Young, HD Music And The Limits Of Subscriptions

In order to understand this week's chronicle of the battle of the retail titans, it’s necessary to understand the latest Big Tech battleground: music. Specifically, the different flavors of streaming music upgrades that are now coming to the fore, in which Amazon has a big stake and for which it is trying to charge a high subscription fee. And in order to understand that, ladies and gentlemen, let's talk about Neil Young.
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Red Hot Chili Peppers Just Earned $140 Million By Following in the Footsteps of Neil Young, Bob Dylan, and Stevie Nicks

Red Hot Chili Peppers are an American rock band that formed the soundtrack for many young people’s lives — especially those who grew up in the late ’90s and early 2000s. Helmed by rock stars Anthony Kiedis and bassist Flea, Red Hot Chili Peppers (often styled RHCP) has been critically honored, winning six Grammy Awards and remaining together over the decades, defying all the odds.
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The Genius Of… Harvest By Neil Young

It’s the one Neil Young album people who don’t really like Neil Young own. And Harvest may not even be Neil Young’s best album. But Harvest was and is more than just “another Neil Young” LP. It was Neil Young’s first big hit: and despite his legendary status, he’s actually...
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Episode 263: Injuries, Prospects, Expansions, and Neil Young

If you’re looking for a heater episode, this is probably it. Mike, Jon, and Samuel have a lot to say this week. They start with the recent rash of injuries(aka all of 2021), before moving onto prospect call ups and how to handle those, and finish with an extended conversation about why expansion sounds like a better idea than it is. Also Rob Manfred catches strays as does Neil Young.
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Neil Young unveils mammoth schedule of archival releases

Neil Young has unveiled a mammoth schedule of archival projects that he’s planning on releasing in the near future. The last couple of years have seen Young issue a number of unreleased projects from his extensive vault, including 1975’s ‘Homegrown’ and a number of live recordings like 1990’s ‘Way Down In The Rust Bucket’.
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Watch Manchester Orchestra Cover Neil Young’s “Unknown Legend”

Manchester Orchestra are releasing their new album, The Million Masks Of God, this week — we just talked to them about it. The band’s Andy Hull and Robert McDowell recently performed for SiriusXM and broke out a cover of Neil Young’s Harvest Moon classic “Unknown Legend.” They covered the same track a few times back in 2010 on tour. Check out their fresh rendition of it for SiriusXM below.
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Watch The Brothers Comatose Cover Neil Young’s ‘Old Man’

The Brothers Comatose released a performance video of Neil Young’s “Old Man.” The clip of the Young classic comes as part of the San Francisco-based bluegrass quintet’s new weekly Ear Snacks series. The Brother Comatose launched Ear Snacks earlier this month with a cover of Temple of The Dog’s “Hunger...
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Neil Young Gives A Massive Update On Archival Releases Planned For The Next Year

Although Neil Young has more than a few lost albums to his name, lately he’s been going out of his way to correct that by officially issuing generous portions of unreleased music from his vault. Within the last year that has included both shelved studio albums like 1975’s Homegrown and live recordings like 1990’s Way Down In The Rust Bucket. (We recently spoke to Crazy Horse guitarist Frank “Poncho” Sampedro about the latter.) Today Young offered his fans an update on all the archival projects currently in the works.