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Neil Young has proved himself to be a timeless musician countless times over his 40 year career. His 34 studio albums and his countless other projects showcase his incredible range and the variety of styles that he easily makes his own.

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In the winter of 1970, Neil Young played a series of solo shows at a small club in Washington, DC. It was a place called The Cellar Door, a room that closed its doors in 1981. The 200 person club played host to many artists that we would now consider legendary, names like Jackson Browne, Richie Havens, Joni Mitchell, Tom Waits, and Neil Young.
Published in 2013
Born in Toronto - Neil Young From The Archives For Sense of Place

November 6 2013 - Our Sense of Place: Toronto continues with one from Neil Young who was born in the city. It was recorded in Nashville in 2005 upon the release of the Prairie Wind album.
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Just a few days before the release of his self-titled, debut solo album Neil Young performed two nights at the Canterbury House in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The highlights of those two evenings (November 9th & 10th) nearly 40 years ago are soon to be uncovered as the third release in the continuing Archives Performance Series. Interestingly, Sugar Mountain – Live At Canterbury House, 1968 will be labeled as the first volume (Volume 00) with volumes 2 & 3 already available.

Published in 2008

After a couple of very fine Neil Young concert releases, we now have a brand new album from the ageless master. Chrome Dreams II represents a return to from, at least from one of the Neil Young's we've been presented with over the years.

Published in 2007

Neil Young's Prairie Wind completes a trilogy of acoustic-based albums he began with the landmark Harvest in 1972 and continued with Harvest Moon in 1992. On the new album, Young is joined by keyboardist Spooner Oldham, pedal-steel guitarist Ben Keith, drummer Chad Cromwell, percussionist Karl Himmel, bassist Rick Rosas, vocalist Emmylou Harris, Wayne Jackson of the Memphis Horns and the Fisk University Jubilee Singers.

Published in 2005

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