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Hear Neil Young’s Previously Unreleased Original Version Of “Wonderin'”

Neil Young is pretty much constantly releasing a stream of old music as part of his Neil Young Archives project. For example, Young's 1970 album After The Gold Rush just turned 50 last month, and to celebrate, he's releasing a 50th anniversary edition featuring a bunch of outtakes and unreleased tracks from the era -- … More »
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Helado Negro Signs To 4AD, Covers Neil Young With Jenn Wasner & Devendra Banhart

Roberto Carlos Lange, aka Helado Negro, has signed to the storied indie label 4AD following an accomplished decade-plus discography with Sufjan Stevens' Asthmatic Kitty label and RVNGIntl -- most recently, 2019's great This Is How You Smile and this past summer's Kite Symphony EP, a collaboration with visual artist Kristi Sword … More »
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Neil Young Appears On 78-Year-Old Brother Bob’s Debut Single

One perk of having a rock star for a brother is that when you decide to release your debut single at age 78, people pay attention. Such is the case with Neil Young's brother Bob -- author of the 1971 Maclean's article "My Brother The Folk Singer" -- who has just released a … More »
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Janis Joplin & Tom Jones Bring the House Down in an Unlikely Duet of “Raise Your Hand” (1969) If you’re a fan of Tom Jones and you don’t care who knows it, then no one needs to justify the jovial Welsh superstar’s lounge-soul covers of pop, R&B, and rock songs to you . Certain purists have been a tougher sell on Jones’ act, including, in 1969, Neil Young, who joined Jones onstage once, and only once, on the This is Tom Jones show and immediately regretted it. But who cares about Neil Young’s cranky dislike of commercial television...
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New Neil Young: Homefires

Video: Neil Young – “Homefires” From Neil Young Archives Volume II, out November 20 on Reprise. Oh man remember back in the oughts all the angst around the original Archives collection? After originally mentioning the project in the liner notes to Lucky 13 in 1993, he didn’t get serious about it until around 2006 when … Continue reading New Neil Young: Homefires → Read more at Glorious Noise...
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Watch Kurt Vile Cover Neil Young & Gillian Welch For Joe Biden Fundraiser

A couple weeks ago, the Joe Biden campaign started holding a weekly online concert series called Team Joe Sings. Performers so far have included Matt Berninger, Ben Gibbard, Jim James, Kesha, and many more. Kurt Vile participated in the event on Thursday night and he brought two new covers along with him. He took on … More »
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Graham Nash Shares Previously Unreleased Nixon-Era Song “Vote”

Neil Young isn't the only ex-CSNY member releasing old music today. Hours after Young shared " ," a previously unreleased track from 1974, Graham Nash has released a song from the same era. Nash wrote the protest song "Vote" during Richard Nixon's administration, and he's just now putting it out. He hopes it will …
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Neil Young Shares Previously Unreleased 1974 Song “Homefires”

Next month, Neil Young will release the massive new box set Archives Volume 2: 1972-1976. Young has had a career that's been both long and great, but if you had to nail down a career peak, that five-year stretch would probably be it. The box set will include a whole lot of unreleased …
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Neil Young Officially Releasing Legendary On The Beach Debut Concert Album

One of the most famous Neil Young bootlegs is the recording of his solo show at a Greenwich Village club called The Bottom Line, recorded in the early hours of May 16, 1974 in a surprise appearance after a Leon Redbone and Ry Cooder show. Taking the stage around 2:30AM with nothing but his guitar, … More »
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Neil Young Shares Archives Volume 2: 1972-1976 Tracklist

After teasing it last month, Neil Young has officially announced the release of Archives Volume 2, the follow-up to 2009's Archives set, which covered his career from 1963 through 1972. This one will feature material from Young's career spanning 1972-1976 and it will include 12 never-before-released songs, plus a cover of Joni Mitchell's … More »
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Ray Padgett's Playlist for His Book "I'm Your Fan: The Songs of Leonard Cohen"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Roxane Gay, and many others. Ray Padgett's I'm Your Fan: The Songs of Leonard Cohen is the first 33 1/3 book about a tribute album. Padgett goes further than examining this album of Leonard Cohen covers though, he examines how ...
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Shorties (An Excerpt from Sigrid Nunez's New Novel, New Music from New Order, and more)

The Cut shared an excerpt from Sigrid Nunez's novel What Are You Going Through. The New York Times reviewed the book. Stream a new song by New Order. September's best eBook deals. eBooks on sale for $1.99 today: Arkansas by John Brandon The Art of Eating by M.F.K. Fisher The Prime of Miss Jean BrodieThe Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Muriel Spark eBooks on sale for $2.99 today: Quichotte by Salman Rushdie The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu eBook on sale for $3.99 today: Lilith's B...
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New Song Category: Gold or Mining Song | Seminole Wind

John Anderson: Seminole Wind (lyrics) Album: Seminole Wind, 1992 I'm claiming a new song category: Gold Songs. And kind of like the Road Song category—songs that have to mention roads, streets, etcetera—gold songs are those that mention gold, gold mining, and possibly just mining in general. As a new category, at least on the blog, the definition has not yet been set in stone, so to speak. Another example of a "gold song" would be Heart of Gold by Neil Young. This particular gold song, Sem...
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Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder Is Still Lamenting the Apollo Show — and Howard Stern Interview — That Never Was

Eddie Vedder discussed working on new music during COVID-19 quarantine, memories from Pearl Jam shows with Robert Plant and Neil Young and why he finally joined Instagram during a wide-ranging call-in Q&A with listeners on the band’s SiriusXM channel yesterday (Sept. 2). Vedder said the members of Pearl Jam have not been in the same […]
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New Neil Young: Lookin’ For A Leader 2020

Video: Neil Young – “Lookin’ For A Leader 2020” From The Times EP, due September 18 on Reprise. A new version of a song originally released during the George W. Bush administration, Neil updates the lyrics for today. We got our election But corruption has a chance We got to have a big win To … Continue reading New Neil Young: Lookin’ For A Leader 2020 → Read more at Glorious Noise...
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Cameron Crowe Details The Neil Young Scene Cut From Almost Famous

Almost Famous, writer-director Cameron Crowe's 2000 film fictionalizing his experiences as a teenage rock journalist for Rolling Stone in the '70s, turns 20 years old next month. The real-life version of the magazine is running a series of features around the anniversary, and yesterday, they published an interview with Cameron Crowe … More »
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Elvis Costello - Unfaithful Music & Disappearing Ink

I've been a fan of Elvis Costello since My Aim Is True fell into my life in 1977. I was still in high school and my older brother thought I would like it because of the nerdy guy with glasses on the album cover. How right he was. Over the next few years I listened to everything he put out. However, by the time Get Happy!! came out with 20 songs in 1980, I hit my saturation point for a few years. I regrettably put EC aside for more than ten years and then came back with a vengeance picking up...
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Student-led group aims to make high school reading lists more diverse

Amid a new civil rights movement that has swept across the country, a group of high school students and recent grads struck on an idea earlier this year that might, in some small way, improve racial understanding. It was time, they said, to include more diverse authors in the curriculum for literature classes. About a half dozen Southern California young people recently formed Diversify Our Narrative, an organization dedicated to changing high school reading lists by petitioning individual distr...
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A Short History of 200 Years of Campaign Music: From the Apt to the Weird to the WTF

As the 2020 Democratic and Republican conventions unfold, one race will come more sharply into focus: the music race. Joe Biden has revealed his running mate, but has he selected a theme song? Will Donald Trump continue to keep using his already well-known music picks from the rally circuit, almost all of which have had […]
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Neil Young Announces Three Archival Releases

Since launching his Neil Young Archives website, Neil Young has been regularly putting out shelved projects and archival releases. Most notably, we just finally heard the legendary shelved 1975 album Homegrown, and we're getting Road Of Plenty, a collection of recordings from the '80s, next year. Today, Young has … More »
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Some lucky web developer just scored $20k to scour Facebook out of Neil Young’s website

Plans to ‘disengage from the corrupt social platform’ that ‘is screwing with our election’ Ageing and angry rock icon Neil Young will scour Facebook and Google from his online archive.…
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Did Neil Young Get Ripped Off in His Attempt to Delete Facebook From His Website?

Whether you believe that Neil Young is the lord of Luddites or a clear-eyed prophet of our impending digital destruction, most of us can probably agree that Facebook sucks. But not all of us take action to entirely disentangle ourselves from Facebook, and this is the difference between mortals and Neil Young. The…Read more...
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Neil Young Spends $20,000 to Disengage Website from ‘Corrupt’ Facebook and Google

If there’s one thing that can be said for Neil Young over the course of his nearly 60-year career, it’s that he stands behind his principles. He once spent hundreds of thousands of dollars recalling an album because he didn’t like the mix (which he’d earlier approved), and just last month he sued Donald Trump’s […]
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South Africa: Neil Young Kicks Trump To The Curb: No More ‘Devil's Sidewalk'! - Adams & Adams

Well-known musician Neil Young is suing the presidential campaign of Donald Trump, calling on the campaign to stop all use of his music at Trump rallies.
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Music, Politics & Iggy on a Cruise Line

So a question is to what extent does a musician “own” her or his music, not necessarily in a legal sense--which is certainly more than a trivial consideration vis-à-vis the livelihood of people--but in that the music represents, one suspects, though can’t be certain of*, what that person’s beliefs are. This thought occurred as a … Continue reading Music, Politics & Iggy on a Cruise Line → Read more at Glorious Noise...
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Neil Young takes Trump's reelection campaign to court for copyright infringement

Rock & Roll legend Neil Young has sued President Donald Trump's reelection campaign for copyright infringement over its use of two songs at the President's political rallies and events.
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Neil Young sues Trump campaign for copyright infringement

Rock & Roll legend Neil Young has sued President Donald Trump's reelection campaign for copyright infringement over its use of two songs at the President's political rallies and events.
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Neil Young sues Trump campaign

Rock & Roll legend Neil Young has sued President Donald Trump's reelection campaign for copyright infringement over its use of two songs at the President's political rallies and events.
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Neil Young sues Donald Trump's campaign for using his songs

The US president has played Rockin' in the Free World at events without the rock star's permission
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Neil Young Sues Trump Campaign For Using ‘Rockin’ In The Free World’ Without Permission

Neil Young sued the Trump campaign on Tuesday for allegedly using his songs without permission at campaign rallies. In a legal filing posted to his website, Young claimed that the Trump campaign used his music at Trump’s recent rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma — as well as at “numerous” other rallies and political events — without a license to do so. The campaign played Young’s songs “Rockin’ in the Free World” and “Devil’s Sidewalk” at the Tulsa rally and at other events, Young said. “Plaintiff in g...
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