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World Record

    18th November sees the release of a brand new album from Neil Young with Crazy Horse entitled ‘World Record’. It is the follow-up to last year’s acclaimed ‘Barn’ record.


    Barry says: It's impossible to overstate the importance Neil Young has had on the world of music, and here he returns with possibly his most famed collaborator, Crazy Horse for another impeccably put-together selection of well written melodies and skilful musicianship.


    1. Love Earth
    2. Overhead
    3. I Walk With You (Earth Ringtone)
    4. This Old Planet (Changing Days)
    5. The World (Is In Trouble Now)
    6. Break The Chain
    7. The Long Day Before
    8. Walkin’ On The Road (To The Future)
    9. The Wonder Won’t Wait
    10. Chevrolet
    11. This Old Planet (Reprise)

    Neil Young With Crazy Horse


      Neil Young announces the release of his near-mythical 2001 studio album, Toast. Recorded at Toast Studios in San Francisco around the turn of the millennium, Toast features Young’s legendary musical collaborators Crazy Horse at a ragged and thundering apex.

      For the past two decades, Toast has been whispered about in collectors’ circles in hushed tones, as Young has dropped pieces of information about it here and there, especially as it contains three never-before-released songs.

      Last year, in his virtual daily newspaper, The Times Contrarian, Young wrote about the album in-depth. “The music of Toast is about a relationship,” he said. “There is a time in many relationships that go bad, a time long before the breakup, where it dawns on one of the people, maybe both, that it's over. This was that time.”

      Aptly, Toast is heavy and distressed, brimming with electrifying tension. Even its sweet-sounding opening track, “Quit,” features the refrain, “Don’t say you love me.” “Standing In The Light of Love” and “Goin’ Home” let the Horse off the tether in fields of overdriven guitar; an out-of-work logger grapples with his faith on the breakneck “Timberline;” and on “Gateway of Love,” Young dreams of a less painful future over a hypnotizing 10 minutes, leading into the somber, brokedown “How Ya Doin’?” The songwriter sums up the album best during its shadowy finale “Boom Boom Boom”: “All I got is a broken heart, and I don’t try to hide it when I play my guitar.”


      01 Quit
      02 Standing In The Light Of Love
      03 Goin’ Home
      04 Timberline
      05 Gateway Of Love
      06 How Ya Doin’?
      07 Boom Boom Boom

      Neil Young & Crazy Horse


        Neil Young’s 41st album and his 7th project since lockdown began. It was recorded with his longtime backing band Crazy Horse in ‘a restored off-grd 19th-century barn high up in the Rockies’.


        Barry says: There are few more legendary pairings in the musical world than Neil Young & Crazy Horse (not *that* Krazy Horse of Manchester open mic fame), and their latest has all of the appeal of Young's legendarily vast discography, showing that there really is no end to his musical talents. Another wonderfully written LP from Young & co.


        01 Song Of The Seasons
        02 Heading West
        03 Change Ain’t Never Gonna Come
        04 Canerican
        05 Shape Of You
        06 They Might Be Lost
        07 Today’s People
        08 Tumblin’ Through The Years
        09 Welcome Back
        10 Don’t Forget Love

        Neil Young & Crazy Horse

        Way Down In The Rust Bucket

          Recorded on November 13th 1990 in Santa Cruz, CA, where the band were rehearsing for their upcoming Weld tour, Neil Young and Crazy Horse played a club show at The Catalyst which is now released here for the first time.

          The show comprised three different sets along with a 12 minute encore of Cortez The Killer and all 3 sets including that encore are brought together here in over 2 hours of music.

          Said to be one of the great live shows that Neil Young and Crazy Horse performed, the album includes live versions of songs from their Ragged Glory album, released just prior, along with classics from across their catalogue.


          Deluxe Box Set

          Side A:
          01 Country Home
          02 Surfer Joe And Moe The Sleaze
          Side B:
          01 Love To Burn
          02 Days That Used To Be
          03 Bite The Bullet
          Side C:
          01 Cinnamon Girl
          02 Farmer John
          03 Over And Over
          Side D:
          01 Danger Bird
          02 Don’t Cry No Tears
          03 Sedan Delivery
          Side E:
          01 Roll Another Number For The Road
          02 Fuckin’ Up
          03 T-Bone
          Side F:
          01 Homegrown
          02 Mansion On The Hill
          Side G:
          01 Like A Hurricane
          02 Love And Only Love
          Side H:
          01 Cortez The Killer

          Tracklist As Vinyl Across Two CDs
          CD1 Tracks 1 – 11
          CD2 Tracks 12 - 19

          DVD Of The Concert

          Neil Young & Crazy Horse

          Return To Greendale

            Return to Greendale is the next installment in Neil Young’s Performance Series and features a concert (audio & on film) from the historic and unique 2003 tour supporting the release of the Neil Young with Crazy Horse album Greendale.

            On the 2003 tour, Neil Young and Crazy Horse were joined on stage by a large cast of singers and actors to perform the story Neil Young wrote about the small town of Greendale and how a dramatic event affects the people living there. The ten songs from the powerful original album are performed in sequence, with the cast speaking the sung words - adding to the intensity of the performance.

            The live album Return to Greendale is released on November 6 in several formats: Double vinyl, a 2 CD set, and a limited-edition deluxe box set that includes a Blu-ray of the full concert, a DVD of Inside Greendale (the making of the album documentary), 2 LPs and 2 CDs.

            The film of the ambitious live show captures the vibrancy of Neil Young and Crazy Horse on stage in a unique multi-media experience. It seamlessly blends together the live performance, the actors portraying each song, with the story occasionally enhanced by scenes from the Greendale - The Movie.

            Both the live concert film and the Inside Greendale documentary are directed by Bernard Shakey and produced by L. A. Johnson

            TRACK LISTING

            Side A
            01 Falling From Above (Live)
            02 Double E (Live)
            03 Devil’s Sidewalk (Live)

            Side B
            04 Leave The Driving (Live)
            05 Carmichael (Live)
            06 Bandit (Live)

            Side C
            07 Grandpa’s Interview (Live)
            08 Bringin’ Down Dinner (Live)

            Side D
            09 Sun Green (Live)
            10 Be The Rain (Live)

            Neil Young & Crazy Horse


              "Colorado" is the first new Neil Young with Crazy Horse album since 2012's "Psychedelic Pill". The album will be released on October 25th and features 10 new Neil Young compositions. It includes several songs that Neil has been playing live in the past few months (eg: "Rainbow of Colors", "Green Is Blue" and "Milky Way"), and the epic 13+ minute track "She Showed Me Love".

              The vinyl version of the album comes with a bonus 7" single, featuring an album outtake "Truth Kills". The 7” also includes a live, solo version of "Rainbow of Colors" from Portland, OR, on May 17, 2019 - the first time Neil ever performed this song live.

              This incarnation of Crazy Horse is Neil Young on vocals, guitar, piano, harmonica and vibes, Billy Talbot on bass, Ralph Molina on drums and features the return of Nils Lofgren on guitar and piano, almost 50 years since he last appeared on a Crazy Horse album (1971). The album is produced by Neil Young and John Hanlon and was recorded in Colorado in April & May 2019.

              TRACK LISTING

              01 Think Of Me - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse
              02 She Showed Me Love - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse
              03 Olden Days - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse
              04 Help Me Lose My Mind - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse
              05 Green Is Blue - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse
              06 Shut It Down - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse 07 Milky Way - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse
              08 Eternity - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse
              09 Rainbow Of Colors - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse
              10 I Do - By Neil Young With Crazy Horse

              Neil Young & Crazy Horse


                "Having apparently exorcised his demons by releasing the cathartic Tonight's the Night, Neil Young returned to his commercial strengths with Zuma (named after Zuma Beach in Los Angeles, where he now owned a house). Seven of the album's nine songs were recorded with the reunited Crazy Horse, in which rhythm guitarist Frank Sampedro had replaced the late Danny Whitten, but there were also nods to other popular Young styles in "Pardon My Heart," an acoustic song that would have fit on Harvest, his most popular album, and "Through My Sails," retrieved from one of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's abortive recording sessions. Young had abandoned the ragged, first-take approach of his previous three albums, but Crazy Horse would never be a polished act, and the music had a lively sound well-suited to the songs, which were some of the most melodic, pop-oriented tunes Young had crafted in years, though they were played with an electric-guitar-drenched rock intensity. The overall theme concerned romantic conflict, with lyrics that lamented lost love and sometimes longed for a return ("Pardon My Heart" even found Young singing, "I don't believe this song"), though the overall conclusion, notably in such catchy songs as "Don't Cry No Tears" and "Lookin' for a Love," was to move on to the next relationship. But the album's standout track (apparently the only holdover from an early intention to present songs with historical subjects) was the seven-and-a-half-minute epic "Cortez the Killer," a commentary on the Spanish conqueror of Latin America that served as a platform for Young's most extensive guitar soloing since his work on Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere." - AllMusic.

                Neil Young With Crazy Horse

                Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere - Remastered

                  Neil Young's second album yielded several of his most enduring hits (including the title tune, "Cowgirl In The Sand," "Cinnamon Girl," and "Down By The River") and firmly established him as a solo artist of the first rank. Though it's impossible to narrow the catalogue of Young and Crazy Horse down to one representative document, this is about as close as you're likely to get. This was Young's first collaboration with the Horse, and it's still one of that group's defining recorded moments. As in much of Young's subsequent work, the feeling of despair moves unabated through the album, which runs the emotional gamut from laconically desperate to psychotically desperate. Despite the gloom, the heavy electric riffing on "Cinnamon Girl" and "Cowgirl In the Sand" -two surrealistic odes to an idealized muse - is cathartic and invigorating, easily as riveting as the guitar onslaught of anyone from the Stooges to the Velvet Underground. Young's rootsy, acoustic side comes to the fore on "Round & Round" and "Running Dry". The homespun quality of these songs doesn't leaven the consuming sense of dread that permeates this album, though. Strangely, this expression of angst and emotional disorder became one of Young's most lastingly popular albums, and "Down By The River", "Cinnamon Girl" and "Cowgirl In The Sand" quickly turned into FM staples.

                  1. Cinnamon Girl
                  2. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
                  3. Round & Round (It Won't Be Long)
                  4. Down By The River
                  5. The Losing End (When You're On)
                  6. Running Dry (Requiem For The Rockets)
                  7. Cowgirl In The Sand

                  Neil Young & Crazy Horse

                  Live At Fillmore East

                    The first release from Neil Young's long awaited Archive Performance series is here with "Live At The Fillmore East". In 2006, Neil Young delivered another hit album, "Living With War", and toured with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Thirty-six years earlier, in 1970, Young toured with CSN&Y and released his platinum album "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere", after which he performed a series of shows at New York City's then-new Fillmore East with his band Crazy Horse. That concert finally makes its official debut in the annals of rock history with "Live At The Fillmore East", and the circle is unbroken for one of rock's greatest singer-songwriters.

                    Neil Young And Crazy Horse

                    Year Of The Horse

                      This film documents Neil Young and Crazy Horse's 1996 concert tour with director Jim Jarmusch pulling out all the cinematic stops to get the most from the cumudgeonly Young. Plenty of great concert footage as well as interviews with the band about their long history, and backstage footage from the 1970s and 1980s.

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