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(Archive 30: 9/1/99 - 9/29/99)

(Rumors, Sightings, Eavesdroppings)

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Date: Wed, 29 Sep 1999 00:13:14 -0400
From: Eileen Fisher <onalimb@wildmail.com>
Subject: Neil's Calling

Heard the sweetest thing on the radio today: Neil talking about the Bridge benefit concerts, and speaking about his two children with cerebral palsy. An older tape, I think.

"I guess you could say it's a calling," he said. Something he was meant to do. Helping children who can't communicate any other way... trying to communicate through electronic means.

He mentioned that when you have two children with cerebral palsy, it appears someone is trying to get your attention.

Yeah, that kind of suffering might be unbearable if you didn't shoulder the burden and assume the responsibility of your calling. You know to go and help somebody and not wait for somebody to come help you.


Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 12:12:26 EDT
From: JWartenber@aol.com
Subject: Looking Forward To Europe

German radio station SWR1 played CSNY Looking Forward this morning. It was the first track of the new album I heard on the radio. Great sounding harmonies, in a kind of unplugged mood. This creates great expectations for the album. :-)

Regards, The Gambler

Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 10:20:04 EDT
From: Livs4lafs@aol.com
Subject: Wood and Neil

Listening lastnight to my favorite radio station, WFUV, there was a newer band spotlighted in The World Café show. The band was called WOOD. In the interview was the usual question about who their biggest influences are: NEIL was mentioned first. And yes, CSN&Y and The Band and Jackson Browne... ...sounds like some Grateful Dead in these guys, too.

Worth a look see at their web site, and keep your ears open, too...

Happy ears to all.

Date: Mon, 27 Sep 1999 12:04:02 -0400
From: Randy_J._Watt@FirstEnergyCorp.com
Subject: Neil in the classroom

After nearly dying then watching another boater die on the mighty Gauley River this weekend, it was time to sit around the fire and become very, very numb. One guy at the fire that night is a teacher in the Grove City, PA school system. He noted my Neil tee and struck up a conversation.

Anyway, he said the social studies teacher in the room next to him plays Cortez the Killer to his students every year when they get to the part about the Spaniards and the Aztecs, et. al. He leads an open discussion following. He's been doing this for 6 or 7 years now, with no adverse reactions noted.

RIGHT ON! More Neil in the classroom!

i take MY orders from fools

PS: Chris... rest in peace, dude

Date: Sat, 25 Sep 1999 18:03:48 GMT
From: Bregt.Depreeuw@village.uunet.be
Subject: Elvis On Neil

In an interview ith Elvis Costello in the Belgian magazine Humo, Neil is mentioned....

HUMO: You have written songs together with Earth's greatest, and a lot of other famous have covered your songs. Who's still missing from that list?

COSTELLO: Sinatra? But then the Sinatra who meant it, not the Sinatra who sung as if his life was in danger... (laughs)

HUMO: Neil Young?

COSTELLO: I would like that. Seven years ago there was a minor collaboration between us at his Bridge Benefit. When I was playing Alison, I saw him singing along at the side of the stage. My wife, who stood next to him and who could hear how wonderful it sounded together, gave him a microphone and pushed him onto the stage...

Keep on Rockin',
Bregt Depreeuw aka The Belgian Bad Boy of Rock

Date: Fri, 24 Sep 1999 14:44:30 -0500
From: Bob <robertjj@merr.com>
Looking Forward To Radio

How ya doin' fellow Rusties,
I just heard the CSNY version of Lookin' Forward on my favorite local radio station. Unbelievable!

The dj said "album out 10-26, CSNY tour Jan. 2000".


Date: Fri, 24 Sep 1999 12:06:56 -0400
From: Bill Menezes
Subject: Neil in a Box

Here's an article from Wall Street Journal Interactive about the rise of "MegaBox Sets". It prominently feature's Joel Bernstein's work on Neil's Archives. Here's a shortened version of it, focusing on the Neil Content...

Warning: you won't like what you read about the expected availability date of the first patrt of the Archives set...

Dow Jones Newswires -- September 24, 1999

THE PITCH: Coming To Record Stores - The CD Suitcase

NEW YORK -- After decades of slogging it out in the rock'n'roll trenches, Joel Bernstein is facing his toughest job yet.

The 47-year-old photographer and guitar technician has worked with Bruce Springsteen, Jackson Browne and Tom Petty. Now he serves as a tapes-and-memorabilia archivist for Neil Young, the respected and mercurial singer-songwriter. His job? Help complete a massive project that should result in the release of 32 compact discs on Warner Brothers Records.

The task is "occasionally tedious, very painstaking," and, says Bernstein, "is really only rewarding when you find that magical performance of something that would never have been unearthed."

Nonetheless, a burgeoning effort by several large record companies could make Bernstein an important figure. Even as the compact-disc box set seems ripe for record store cut-out racks, music companies are releasing collections that contain as many CDs as a single consumer might buy in a single year - or more.

Here comes the MegaBox.

Legacy, the reissues outfit affiliated with the Columbia and Epic labels, is set to release on Tuesday a 26-disc collection showcasing music it released over the last century. Neil Young has tentative plans to issue four box sets with eight CDs each, says Bernstein, comprising hits, demos, outtakes and live concert material - all from his vaults. The first of the series is slated to hit shelves in about one year's time, says Bob Merlis, a Warner Brothers spokesman.

Other record companies are making similar attempts. Elektra Records is preparing a collection of all the studio recordings by the seminal rock group The Doors. A November release is tentatively scheduled. And RCA just dumped a 30-disc package of Elvis Presley albums on the shelves. The list price: $424.98.

Most of the MegaBoxes are confined to the reissue of an entire catalog, like the Doors set, or earlier efforts devoted to the collected works of Led Zeppelin or Frank Sinatra. And a label like Warner won't offer as many copies of a specialized Neil Young box set as it would of his next studio album. It just isn't profitable.

Date: Fri, 24 Sep 1999 07:09:41 -0400
From: Erik Swain <eswain@bellatlantic.net>
Subject: Yet Another

The new Rolling Stone reports that Natalie Merchant's upcoming live album will feature a cover of After the Gold Rush.

Erik Swain

Date: Fri, 24 Sep 1999 07:04:46 -0400
Subject: Reprise Schedule updates

They finally updated the Reprise "New Releases" page yesterday. The only significant difference is that the "tentative" marker was moved down past the date of release of Looking Forward, so that album is now officially NOT tentative (ie, it's now "firm" for Oct 26). Those rumors of a possible earlier October release now appear to have been off base.

The bad news is that the "To Be Scheduled" section of that page, where the "Neil Young Box Set" line sits, has now been retitled "To Be Scheduled For 2000". That pretty much obliterates any glimmer of hope that they'd sneak the archives in before the end of the year. Guess they're still on for "July"...
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 17:04:45 +0200
From: Riccardo Merli <neilyoung@pointest.com>
Subject: YOTH on Milan big screen

Ehy! 24th October at Posteria di via Sacchi in Milan they will be showing Year Of The Horse as part of a theme called "Frontiere Due"

Bye bye from Italy by Ricky

Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 17:43:46 -0500
From: Stephen <swiener@onramp.net>
Subject: ICE's take on Looking Forward

This is from the October issue of ICE magazine. According to the last paragraph, this isn't really a "reunion" album. Sounds about like the Sinatra "Duet" CD's or the old Dean Martin celebrity roasts.


A FEW UPDATES TO our Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young story from last month. Still scheduled for October 26 release, the new Reprise album has been retitled Looking Forward, after the album's Neil Young song of the same name. In the track list, we listed Seen Enough as a Stephen Stills song, which it is, but co-composer credit has been given to Bob Dylan because of the song's strong resemblance in its lyrical delivery to Dylan's Subterranean Homesick Blues. Also, Graham Nash didn't write the album's closing track, Sanibel; a songwriter named Denny Sarokin did, although Nash sings lead on two of the three verses. The basic track for that song was actually laid down nearly a decade ago, in February of 1990 - right around the time of CSN's sessions for the Live It Up album and was finished off just recently.

Interestingly, there was initially some confusion within Warner Bros. as to the title of Young's song Queen of Them All; some advance promotional materials, including lyric sheets, had the song as Queen of the Mall, and even a close listen to the song didn't provide a definitive answer. But Queen of Them All it is.

Thanks to modern technology, busy schedules and everyone having their own home studio, a well-informed source tells ICE that on only a small portion of the songs on Looking Forward were Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young all present in the studio at the same time, singing and playing together. "Unfortunately, most of this record is overdub city" the source reports.

Date: Tue, 21 Sep 1999 17:23:03 +0200
From: matt@butterweck.de (Matthias Butterweck)
Subject: CSNY Album Euro-Info

Sound clips for Neil's Looking Forward and Croz's Stand And Be Counted, and this small cover pic for upcoming CSNY album Looking Forward are available on the German WEA site.


Date: Mon, 20 Sep 1999 12:01:02 EDT
From: JMarr43106@aol.com
Subject: Rumors, rumors

Rumors caught on the fly today (from industry insiders)...

a dog that bites

Date: Sun, 19 Sep 1999 19:42:31 EDT
From: ABBAABBADO@aol.com
Subject: "Neil" at the CMAs

Just saw the video of After The Gold Rush by the Trio (Dolly, Linda and Emmylou) on a country staion. It's nominated for "vocal event of the year" at the CMA (country) music awards.

Date: Fri, 17 Sep 1999 20:42:08 EDT
From: Shellb2k@aol.com
Subject: "Neil" song by Radiohead?

From a Radiohead Web Site... Notes from Radiohead member Ed O'Brien, re sessions for follow-up to OK COMPUTER:

thursday july 22 1999

thom {Yorke, Radiohead singer} arrives & plays a new song on the acoustic. sounds great but has no name, so now on referred to as "the song with no name". we move on to lost at sea/in limbo. after only nine months work, it's starting to sound like it's getting somewhere. good in fact. The others sound ok too. (everything, everyone/the national anthem).

highlight of the day is attempting 3 part harmonies on neil young *9 -- not the harmonies themselves, but phil {Selway} cracking up because he feels a bit like that drummer from the eagles. a fucking brilliant rehearsal. its great to be in our band.

Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 13:00:56 +0200
From: jel@topsoe.dk
Subject: "Neil Young Jam"

Just a reminder of my notice from a month ago about Neil Young Jam's performance. I hope to see somebody there......

..the Damage Done

Date: Thu, 16 Sep 1999 02:00:23 -0400
From: John Hampton <johnfh@atlantic.net>
Subject: 25% of CSNY

I was just listening to the latest installment of The Daily Show, and Jon did a piece on Neil speaking at the Capitol the day after Farm Aid. He started the piece with something about how "twenty-five percent of Crosby Stills Nash and Young had appeared. And when the report finished showing a short clip of Neil TALKING at the Capitol, Jon said "his live shows just aren't what they used to be..."   ;^)

Goin' to bed....
Timeless Drifter   ~R-FLOW~

Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 17:39:49 EDT
From: Nomore1@aol.com
Subject: Earle On Neil

From a Farm Aid Q&A with Steve Earle on AOL...

Question: I know everyone asks, but who are your influences in music? In life?

Steve Earle: Music... I was lucky, I had really good teachers. Guy Clark, Townes VanZandt, I didn't know anyone else. Life: how to carry myself in this business. Neil Young, he could do worse as a role model in this business now.

Question: What is Steve's favorite artist or group?

Steve Earle: Oh God.... hard to say. My favorite band, NRBQ, Los Lobos. Tom Waits is pretty close, Neil Young is way up there, too. I saw him at the press conference today.

Question: Can you give us a bit of the history of Farm Aid?

Steve Earle: Well... Willie and Neil and John Mellencamp founded it. '85 was the first one. At that point, there were foreclosures of family farms, people were not able to get the price. Willie became aware, talked to folks they knew. It was historical. This is different than most. It goes directly to family farmers. It will be there until America makes up its mind as far as what we can do with the farms.

Date: Wed, 15 Sep 1999 16:11:08 +0100
Subject: Euro-news

Passed on from a Euro-Neil-News insider....

good day. Neil Euro-news:
  1. neil box set now off schedule... now "pending"... when you've waited a decade, a bit longer doesn't hurt much !!
  2. csny looking forward uk /eec street date now 25.10.99
  3. no csny singles planned for commercial or airplay use

Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 23:17:32 +0200
From: Peter.Holmstedt@telia.com
Subject: Farm Aid Retrospectives

Just saw this:

Farm Aid CD, DVD Retrospectives Planned

On the heels of Farm Aid '99, Best Buy and Farm Aid have decided to co-produce a 2-CD live retrospective of the annual show. The set will compile performances from 14 years of Farm Aid concerts, with a companion DVD also to be produced. Street dates or a distributor have not been determined. The sets will be the first live releases from the event.

Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 22:44:23 -0800
From: Nick Fletcher <nicky1@mediaone.net>
Subject: Neil fits American Beauty

I just got home from a screening of the movie American Beauty, which is a stunning, wonderful, funny, black, horrific masterpiece. It features prominently, during one very interesting scene, Annie Lennox singing a beautiful and complete version of Don't Let It Bring You Down.

You gotta see this movie if it's the last thing you do (and it may well be - it's that kind of movie!)

i feel like i've been on a very long journey....


Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 16:28:50 -0400
From: Leslie I. Goldberg <leslieilene@mindspring.com>
Subject: Must have Looking Forward

Although they're not a source whose opinion I would normally value, the Philadelphia Inquirer have earned new respect, if only in this narrow regard: they've named the new CSNY album among the 10 "must-have" albums of ???? (not prescribed). Sounds good to me...

Be seeing you, Leslie

Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 15:38:10 EDT
From: ABBAABBADO@aol.com
Subject: Looking Forward October 12?

This week's Billboard has the new CSNY album coming out October 12. Since they are the "bible" of the recording industry, there may have been a change.

Date: Tue, 14 Sep 1999 10:34:14 -0700 (PDT)
From: James Dusewicz <crazyhjhd@yahoo.com>
Subject: Neil on Inside Politics

Neil Young made an appearance on CNN's Inside Politics yesterday. He was interviewed by Judy Woodruff outside the Capitol Building. IP reported that Neil went to Congress to speak out for the family farmers.

Apparently they were protesting the 1999 "Family Farmers Act". Farm Aid participants want to get the act repealed.

Judy Woodruff interviewed for about 5-7 Minutes. Neil was talking about the big farm conglomerates putting the family farmers out of business by controlling the pricing for their products and being able to charge less money than the family farmers.

Judy Woodruff asked him if he thought that the US Government should intervene. Neil said that it was because of the US government's support of the farm conglomerates that the family farmers were hurting.

He also said that in 4-5 years there will be no need to hold Farm Aids, because their will be no family farmers left to donate to.


HyperRust Editor's Note: Here's a transcript that includes Neil's comments. They begin about half-way down the page.

Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 11:22:20 -0400
Subject: Queen of the m all

Another reference to the song being named Queen Of Them All instead of Queen of the Mall, is in a story on the Undercover Mag website.

If anyone has actually seen a REAL, OFFICIAL songlist and can clear up this confusion, please do. If you don't want to go public, drop me a line and I'll pass it on (but please give me details about what the official source of the song title is, so I'll have some idea how much trust to put in it...)
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Follow-up: I can now take the word of a highly reliable source that the Undercover Mag's posted name is correct: Queen Of Them All.
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 00:26:55 EDT
From: David Crosby
Subject: Weird Looking Dudes

Responding to someone who had seen a promo copy of Looking Forward, the upcoming new CSNY album, and had said:
"...puzzling was that the photo inside of CSNY was CLEARLY doctored..."
Sorry... wrong... we are just weird looking dudes... I was there.

Date: Sun, 12 Sep 1999 13:29:30 -0700
From: kbraun@mb.sympatico.ca
Subject: The Nashville Sessions

Found a cool article on Neil on Country.com. Check it out.

"Safeway Cart"
a.k.a. Kurt Braun

Date: Sat, 11 Sep 1999 14:10:07 +0200
From: izurutuza@euskalnet.net
Subject: Neil Is Everywhere department

Walking through the old-part of San Sebastian, the city in Spain where I live, I passed by a small beautiful theater. Looked at the programm, and they were showing YEAR OF THE HORSE. Wow, I thought.

An hour later I was in a place with spirit to feel Neil and Crazy Horse. Amazing.


Date: Thu, 9 Sep 1999 18:46:28 EDT
From: Rustymel@aol.com
Subject: Dedicated To David Briggs

John Eddie's newest CD, Happily Never After, is dedicated to David Briggs. David produced Eddie's third CD, which was unfortunately not released because it was too "mainstream rock and roll" for the emerging grunge trend of the early 90's. David would be proud.

Date: Thu, 9 Sep 1999 19:08:05 +0200
From: Niklas Aronsson <e96na@efd.lth.se>
Subject: Farm Aid CDs/DVDs coming

From RMD:

PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va., Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Farm Aid and Best Buy Co., Inc., presenting sponsor of Farm Aid '99, are planning to release the first-ever concert compact discs and DVD to benefit American family farmers. Farm Aid and Best Buy have agreed to produce two CDs and one DVD created from archival music and footage from Farm Aid benefit concerts.
Maybe we finally get some Neil on DVD... (in July)

Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 16:24:09 EDT
From: ABBAABBADO@aol.com
Subject: Who Kris would be

I went to my mailbox, there was the new issue of Broken Arrow. I always look forward to it to catch up on Neil. If you dont get BA yourself, here's one bit of news: When Kris Kristoferen was asked who he'd be if he could be someone else, he said Neil Young.

Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 12:50:01 -0700 (PDT)
From: Jarett Griguts <xamiche@yahoo.com>
Subject: Neil on the Soaps

Today on GUIDING LIGHT ... heard Neil belting out Oh, Lonesome Me. It was during a scene with ex-whore Selena having a flashback to her days working the bar scene.

Rust in peace,

Date: Sat, 04 Sep 1999 20:25:31 GMT
From: Bregt.Depreeuw@village.uunet.be
Subject: Culture: EKTIN

In a big Belgian newspaper called De Morgen, there is a series called 'How to become a culture-specialist in 52 weeks'. Every week they talk about one book, one painting and one album. The stuff they talk about are milestones of the 20th century.

And the album of this week is... Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere !!! This is what they say:

Neil Young already had a short career with Buffalo Springfield when his first solo-album was released. Still in 1969 the next one, called Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere appeared, the first LP the Canadian singer-guitarplayer made with Crazy Horse. The trio at that particular time was composed of Danny Whitten, Billy Talbot and Ralph Molina. Young had picked them out of The Rockets, so Running Dry (Requiem For The Rockets) has nothing to do with space shuttles and or rockets.

The Canadian hadn't reached the age of 24 when he recorded this album with Crazy Horse in two weeks... Still it was clear that he was mature as a songwriter. The album has short songs of less than 3 minutes, but also long epic pieces of music full of magnificent guitarplay, like Cowgirl In The Sand and Down By The River. This last song is a real masterpiece with fantastic voices and the superb guitars of Whitten and Young.

Cinnamon Girl and Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere show that Young can also move his hands over the strings in a outstanding way in more compact songs, and that he hasn't lost his sensitiveness for poppy tunes that he developed with Buffalo Springfield. Inbetween the electric violence there is also an acoustic diamond like Round & Round (It won't be long). Neil Young may say that "everybody knows this is nowhere," but you would swear that it is heaven..

Keep on Rockin'

Bregt Depreeuw aka The Belgian Bad Boy of Rock

Date: Sat, 4 Sep 1999 14:52:49 -0400
From: Mike Cordova <mcordova82@earthlink.net>
Subject: Music News of the Future

Dateline San Francisco; November 12, 2045...

In weather today, most of the nation is under calm skies, though Hurricane Dennis is still wreaking havoc upon the coastal city of Charlotte, NC.

In entertainment news, Neil Young, who turned 100 years old today, had no comment about the latest slip for the release date of his Archives, now re-scheduled for a July 2046 release date. The singer, with 85 solo albums to his credit, was said to be working on a new CSNY album, the followup to 1999's Looking Forward. Mr. Young, famous for his opposition to the new HDDVD format, has collaborated his editing efforts on the 1500 disc set of archives with long-time friend Joel Bernstein for a few decades now.

In other news . . . .

Expecting To Fly

Date: Fri, 3 Sep 1999 09:56:14 -0700 (PDT)
From: john stanley <jgstanley14@yahoo.com>
Subject: Vermont Gov a Rustie?

This happened last fall...
In a newspaper article in the Burlington Free Press (in Vermont) there was a questionare for the people seeking political offices in the state. They had questions like:

Well our governer Howard Dean would take the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper to the island, likes his potatoes baked, and answered the last question:
"Neither. How about Neil Young?"
I've thought about sending a concert tape to his office...

Date: Fri, 03 Sep 1999 08:22:21 -0400
Subject: Farm Aid Telecon

Check out the News Flash.

Date: Thu, 02 Sep 1999 13:46:41 -0500
From: Kenny Hoeppner <khoeppne@City.Winnipeg.MB.CA>
Subject: New Einarson Books in the works

Rusties, I was wondering about what John Einarson was up to these days... I just got this from John. Looks like 2000 will be a great reading year.

Hi Kenny,
Great to hear from you. Here's the update on my book activities.

In the spring of 2000, Cooper Square Press will release in the US and Canada my latest book entitled Desperados: The Roots of Country Rock. It chronicles the origins of southern California country rock from 1963 to 73, focusing on the interactions between the seminal artists of that genre. That includes the Dillards, Dillard & Clark, Hearts & Flowers, International Submarine Band, Chris Hillman, the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, Nashville West, Clarence White, Poco, Gene Clark, the Flying Burrito Brothers, First National Band, Stone Canyon Band, Shiloh, Gram Parsons, Steve Young, John Stewart, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Great Speckled Bird, and the early Eagles among others. In researching the book I have conducted over 60 interviews.

Rather than simply an encyclopedia of country rock artists, Desperados instead focuses on the pioneers of what would be considered southern California country rock -- the musicians who were daring enough to either play country music in a rock context or to integrate country/bluegrass instrumentation and presentation into a rock form.

More importantly it follows this relatively small group of musicians who were almost incestuous in their musical relationships coalescing around a few clubs in southern California, playing in each others groups, guesting on each others albums. There was a definite fraternity of country rockers who, despite commercial indifference from the larger record buying public, supported one another's efforts to integrate country with rock. All this would culminate in the early Eagles before they turned their attentions squarely toward the rock arena.

My current project is entitled Randy Bachman: Takin' Care Of Business. It's an authorized biography of the Canadian rock legend, written in collaboration with him. It will be published in Canada around Christmas of 2000.

Keep in touch. Cheers, JE


Date: Wed, 01 Sep 1999 11:38:05 -0400
Subject: More Looking Forward Details

Here's an article from Launch with more details about the CSNY Looking Forward album:

CSN&Y Album Due In October

The final track list and sequence is in for the new Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young album, the supergroup's first release since 1988's American Dream.

The album, due in stores on Oct. 26, is now titled Looking Forward and includes 11 new compositions by the quartet, which produced the album, assisted by longtime Neil Young cohort Ben Keith on three tracks and Joe Vitale and J. Stanley Johnston on one other.

Players on the album include percussionists Vitale, Alex Acuna, Joe Lala, Lenny Castro, and Luis Conte; drummer Jim Keltner; bassists Donald "Duck" Dunn, and Hutch Hutchinson; and longtime CSN collaborator Mike Finnigan on keyboards.

The songs include Faith In Me (written by Stephen Stills and Vitale), Looking Forward (Young), Stand And Be Counted (David Crosby and James Raymond), Heartland (Graham Nash), Seen Enough (Stills and Bob Dylan), Slowpoke (Young), Dream For Him (Crosby), No Tears Left (Stills), Out of Control (Young), Someday Soon (Nash), and Queen Of The Mall (Young). The final track, Sanibel, by Denny Sorokin, dates back to 1990 and was previously recorded by Nash.

CSN&Y is still planning to tour in support of the album during the first quarter of 2000.
    -- Gary Graff

. . . RE*AC*TOR

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