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Neil Young Announces Two 'Original Release Series' Box Sets

Neil Young has announced two Original Release Series, four-disc box sets, which collect remastered editions of every album Young released—including the rare, much sought-after 1973 live album, Time Fades Away—from 1973 to 1979.The first box set—Original Release Series 5-8—features Time Fades Away, On the Beach, Tonight's the Night, and Zuma, and is limited to 3,000 sets that are available now... …

Neil Young Details Lost 1976 Album, 'Hitchhiker'

Over the course of his now half-century long career, the always-prolific Neil Young has amassed a series of projects that have never ended up seeing the light of the day.Today, however, Young announced that Hitchiker—a legendary 1976 album that he recorded alone with his producer, David Briggs, and an acoustic guitar in a single day—will be released September 8.In typical Young fashion, the... …

Neil Young and Promise of the Real Premiere "Children of Destiny" Music Videos

Neil Young and Promise of the Real—Lukas Nelson's band—recently recorded a new Young composition, "Children of Destiny." Today, Young issued a music video to accompany the tune, and you can check it out below.The song kicks off with "Stand up for what you believe / resist the powers that be / preserve the land and save the seas for the children of destiny."The clip, which is packed with... …

Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Roger McGuinn and Others Rehearse in 1992

The video below offers a rare treat: a superstar cast of guitarists—including Eric Clapton, George Harrison, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Tom Petty and Roger McGuinn—rehearsing Dylan’s “My Back Pages” in October 1992.The run-through—which includes solos by both Clapton and Young—was in anticipation of Dylan’s 30th Anniversary Concert, held on October 16, 1992, in New York City’s Madison Square Garden... …

Brian Ray Premieres New Cover of Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl"

Today, GuitarWorld.com presents the exclusive premiere of Brian Ray's new version of Neil Young's "Cinnamon Girl"—with a touch of Buffalo Springfield's "Mr. Soul" thrown in.The track is part of a Ray's new "Here for You" digital single that Steven Van Zandt's Wicked Cool Records will release on February 24.Ray has been a guitarist in Paul McCartney's band since 2002, and he had quite a career... …

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