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Re: Neil Young's Archive

Posted by **khfpl** on Dec 5, 2017 at 1:40:39 AM:
In Reply to: Re: Neil Young's Archive posted by **backbeat** on Dec 4, 2017 at 9:15:48 AM:

*****Despite some fake news circulating, you cannot download his whole archive, but you certainly can listen to all his stuff in highest quality
*****I am relatively sure that (technically) it is possible to actually "download" it, if you really want to though :-)
****Thanks for creating a Neil Young Archives account!
****Between now and June 30, you’ll have free access to the entire Neil Young Archives with unlimited streaming. So have at it! (And don’t worry; once your trial is up, you’ll be able to sign up for a subscription at a very modest cost.)
****These digital archives are the first of their kind: the best possible music streaming experience, coupled with access to Neil’s personal archives (videos, photographs, original manuscripts, press, letters, and more). We are so proud and excited to share it with the world—and while we may be the first, we’re hoping we’re not the last.
****If you have any questions, check out our FAQ or drop us a line. And be sure to review the audio setup page to make sure you’re ready for the best possible listening experience.
****Neil Young & the Archives Team
***and Neil kicked off the archives with a small concert in his hometown of Oneemee in the Kawartha's north of toronto. this is a video by someone walking in town as the show is projected on the town hall. at 1:20 Neil performs his Omemee song 'Helpless' - pretty cool
***Neil Young thrills hometown crowd with classics and rarities at Omemee concert -Iconic Canadian-born musician's solo acoustic 'Home Town' concert on December 1 was live-streamed around the world_
**sorry my mistake, the outdoor video was projected on the Omemee Legion Hall of the concert in the Town Hall.
*I have to say, as a young kid growing up I was really into sports – not so much these days, certainly not to the degree of youth – anyway I was an avid reader in the local paper of Scott Young, Neil’s dad, who was a great sports writer. Years later when Neil was just starting to get a name at home, and before I new his music, I used to think ‘oh sure, this guy is just getting noticed because of his Dad’s name’ LOL. I got hooked on Neil shortly after and never lost interest. One of Neil Young’s concerts at Massey Hall was the very first concert I ever attended – I was thrilled when he released it a number of years ago. I went alone, as none of my friends liked him that much. My mother drove me to Massey Hall and picked me up outside afterwards. It was also the first time I encountered a ‘joint’ as it was passed down the row. I had no idea what to do with it and passed it along. I had a great seat, 4th row. It was simply brilliant.


I still have to figure out if he can play guitar or not. Whenever I watch him playing I tend to believe that he can't. And still I know that he's a great artist/musician.

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