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Old 12-06-2017, 03:29 PM   #121
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I saw this thread topped and immediately thought the worst. Glad it was for good news
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Old 12-06-2017, 09:23 PM   #122
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I forgot how good On The Beach is, definitely a top 5 neil for me

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Ooh nice, I had heard that was gonna be happening. Thanks for heads up

I'm waiting for something similar from the Dead. I read early in the year they were gonna have a hi-res streaming service by the end of the year.
I'm planning on subscribing to the site just in hopes this model works and other artists start doing it

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I think I read that the unreleased stuff is coming, but not up yet.
okay cool, I'm starting to come across some of the placeholders and it looks like it's gonna be some great stuff.

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Wow. Just watched the intro video. I'm sold. I'll be listening to some of this stuff for sure. Great design.
Yeah the layout is really neat

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Old 02-26-2018, 11:28 AM   #123
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Live archival release from '73 to be released on Record Store Day

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Neil Young will issue the archival live album Roxy – Tonight’s The Night Live on April 21. The Record Store Day release captures the legendary rocker’s performances at The Roxy Theater in Los Angeles on September 20-22, 1973.

Young was backed by the Santa Monica Flyers – pedal steel guitarist Ben Keith, bassist Billy Talbot, drummer Ralph Molina and keyboardist/guitarist Nils Lofgren – for what were the first shows held at the now notorious L.A. rock club. The concerts featured many debut performances of songs that would be recorded for Young’s Tonight’s The Night album, which would come out in June 1975.
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Old 02-26-2018, 11:55 AM   #124
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Old 02-26-2018, 12:09 PM   #125
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Old 03-31-2018, 01:38 AM   #126
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He's a fantastic guitarist. If the question is could he do what someone like Stevie Ray Vaughn does or something, than no. But I don't really find that very interesting compared to what he's been able to do.
Im with you... inspired me to want to pick up an electric guitar. Tone and emotion in his playing. And i love that its not for everyone. You can argue hes shitty all you want, but hes influenced just about every great band still playing.
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Im with you... inspired me to want to pick up an electric guitar. Tone and emotion in his playing. And i love that its not for everyone. You can argue hes shitty all you want, but hes influenced just about every great band still playing.
amen

His playing on Massey Hall blew my mind when it came out too. The way Neil weaves between chords without changing the pace of his right hand is just so damn seamless. Old Man/Cowgirl in the Sand in particular
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