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if you're a Neil Young fan, here's a link to his online archives that just opened today  RSS feed

 
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This is extensive and available for free for a few months Neil Young Archives

It's taking up my afternoon.....

...and for the really obsessed there's a live streaming concert tonight on his facebook page.  https://www.facebook.com/NeilYoung/?fref=ts

The archives need google or fb to sign in...well worth it I think

I think at the least many here might like the layout of the archives website...a bit like permies with retro buttons etc. and works quite smoothly.  I can't get the 'master' sound on my puny computer speakers but it's available if you have the equipment.....



 
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Not available for mobile phones. Neil was probably the last holdout. He has kept his stuff offline for years and I don't think he even carries a cell phone.

I remember driving through Northern Ontario, and seeing place names that match those in some of his early songs.
 
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Dale Hodgins wrote:Not available for mobile phones. Neil was probably the last holdout. He has kept his stuff offline for years and I don't think he even carries a cell phone.

I remember driving through Northern Ontario, and seeing place names that match those in some of his early songs.



He's in Omemee tonight for the streaming concert...that you should be able to get on mobile if you're on facebook?

He released his first set of archives a few years ago on cd and I think he was never happy with the sound...this has sound available for as high end as you got and apparently as good as the 'master' copies ever were and then there's a 'switch' to flip for those of us with lesser sound systems.

I keep thinking we'll make it to one more live concert...maybe next year.
 
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Dale...it looks like anyone in Canada can watch the concert in Omemee tonight on tv here https://www.ctv.ca/Home ; no facebook required

I'll miss it as I just don't stay up late enough, not even for Neil.

...really enjoying the archives though.
 
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