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(Archive 31: 10/1/99 - 10/26/99)

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Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 11:52:54 EDT
From: DTASACTO@aol.com
Subject: Neil "opens" for Bruce

Saw Bruce Springsteen last night at the Oakland Coliseum. As I walked in, the music playing over the PA was Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere. It was followed by Fucking Up.

Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 06:10:41 -0500
From: Brad Hicks <bhicks@gte.net>
Subject: CSNY in USA TODAY

Good morning....

This morning's USA Today features CSN&Y as the cover story of the Life section. There are two articles: "CSNY Rediscovering a Four-Part Harmony" and "Looking Forward, the Quartet Changes Key."

Take care and enjoy the articles...


Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 21:56:57 +0100
From: dfallon@iol.ie
Subject: Spooner Talks Neil

I went to see Spooner Oldham and Dan Penn in Winchester (10/18/19) last week, and got to speak to Spooner afterwards. I asked him what he thought of Neil...

"He's right up there in the top five of all time. He is so diverse in his taste for music that he's great to work with," he told me.

I asked whether he'd worked with him recently...

"I'm on his next album, along with Jim Keltner and Donald 'Duck' Dunn."

I asked what he thinks of the CSNY reunion tour...

"I'm not sure about it, we'll have to wait and see what its like. In actual fact, if that thing wasn't going ahead, I'd be on tour with Neil right now. I was booked by his management for six weeks," he said with a sigh.

I got the distinct impression from Spooner that he doesn't think much of the CSNY deal...
David Fallon, Ireland's biggest Neil fan.

Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 17:43:52 -0400
From: ArthurRooke@compuserve.com
Subject: CSNY on Dutch TV

On Saturday, 23 October, there was a nice item about CSN&Y on the newsprogram NOVA on Dutch Television. It was about 15 minutes of excerpts from the recent (San Francisco, USA) MacArthur Hotel press conference with our 4 happy and relaxed guys. Also archive material, and announcing of the tour.

NOVA is very popular TV program in Holland, and it was the first time in many many years that CSN&Y were a prime time news item. Man, I was so happy! My heartbeat went up to 300! I'm "looking forward" to their tour (hopefuly!!!) in Europe!

Arthur Rooke
A rustie all my life

Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:18:44 +0100
From: Steve Doble <steve.doble@tesco.net>
Subject: Bragg's Interview Sucked

Anybody else hear Billy Bragg's appalling interview?

In the UK we seldom hear any thing about CSN or Y on radio, TV, etc. Thank God for the internet.

This interview was a rare and wasted opportunity. Billy Bragg missed the point totally. The first UK interview with these guys together for probably 25 years (or maybe ever) and he blows it. Am I furious? He spent the whole time worshipping Joe Strummer, a spent force if ever I heard one.

Sadly Steven did not acquit himself very well, but Neil and David made up a lot of the ground that Billy Bragg seemed unable to cover - he may as well not have been there.

It was good to hear the guys but lets hope that next time it's on the concert stage at Wembley.

Steve Doble

Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 17:22:57 +0100
From: Mark Giles <mlgiles@dircon.co.uk>
Subject: Bragg talks to CS_Y

CS_Y were interviewed by Billy Bragg on his BBC Radio 2 Programme today, and Bragg also played Ohio and songs from Looking Forward.

Neil replied to Billy Bragg's question about whether music could change things, by talking about how "corporate" music had become - the last thing record companies want is artists with longevity. He said that they want disposable acts - "...Bic artists -- just use them up and throw them away, as there is more profit that way." He also talked about how he didn't think that the big breakthrough had happened yet with the Internet -- an artist emerging from the Internet and selling millions of CDs through e-commerce -- but was sure it would happen to the next 18-24 months.

Coincidentally, at almost the same time that the interview was going out (4.30-5 pm), UK Arena (a UK Cable Channel) was broadcasting an old Crosby & Nash TV session (BBC? ..early 70s)


Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 17:15:53 +0200
From: Peter Dees <pjfdees@wxs.nl>
Subject: Early Euro-Release?

Well, it seems not only Sweden will have a nice day today. I just called one of our (better) local music shops just to ask if they might already have the CSNY album. The answer was positive!

Maybe all of Europe has a release date of 22 October? Sorry this time for you Americans... You get to see them first, we get to hear them first.

Peter Dees

Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 12:02:01 EDT
Subject: Looking Forward To Japan

Aparently the release date for Looking Forward in Japan is not until November 10.
. . .RE*AC*TOR

Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 18:12:11 EDT
Subject: Scandinavia talks to CS_Y

A few Swedish and Norwegian language newspaper reports on the CS_Y Euro-interviews...

. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 12:30:40 +0100
From: THB <tbugsett@online.no>
Subject: Silver and Gold is done

According to the Norwegian newspaper Aftenposten, who attended the press conference in Stockholm the other day, Neil's solo album Silver and Gold is already finished. He played it for the Swedish record company people while in Stockholm.

It wasn't clear when it was going to be released. The article says:

"Young played it himself to the Swedish record company yesterday, but any release isn't expected until February at the earliest but probably not until the fall of year 2000."
Judging from this it's anybody's guess who's word it is I suppose: Neil, Elliot, the Swedish record company? Who knows.

(Well, how about July :-) )

- Thor

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 20:25:25 EDT
Subject: CSNY on The Beeb

As promised, CS_Y will be interviewed on BBC radio 2 this Saturday (Oct 23), at 15:00.
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 16:53:57 EDT
From: Curlelil@aol.com
Subject: Smells like CSNY

Smell magazine (issue 825, dated 11/11/99) gives Looking Forward three-and-a-half (out of five) stars.

Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 10:39:32 -0400
From: Charles_W._Zepp@jonesday.com
Subject: Neil is Everywhere (WWF edition)

On WWF Wrestling, Mankind was walking to The Rock's dressing room, singing: "My My Hey Hey, Rock N Sock is here to stay..."


Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 20:16:57 -0400
From: Meg Watson <megawat@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Earl plays some Neil

Saturday night, Steve Earle played the TLA in Philly. Lots and lots of acoustic... then he says "Welcome my friend Jackson Browne", who comes out and does a great Cocaine duet with Steve. They did more acoustic, then Steve brought out local band Marah and said, "Let's rock this f#*er" and goes wildly electric...

What did he end the show with? Neil's OHIO!!

Well, what would you pay for a ticket to that? How about $10.50? I swear!!!! Excellent inexpensive shows by great musicians are still out there... Just gotta look a little harder for them!


Date: Fri, 17 Oct 1997 11:47:26 +0200
From: Marc Chevaldonné <chevaldonne.m@wanadoo.fr>
Subject: Neil flix in Strasbourg

French Rusties will be happy to know that they can see Year Of The Horse in Strasbourg in the weeks following the 27th of October. The Star will be presenting a Jim Jarmush Festival with ALL of his movies. So if you've not seen Dead Man or Year Of The Horse on the big screen, here's your chance!

Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:36:55 -0500
From: John Einarson <jeinarso@MINET.gov.MB.CA>
Subject: BS2K

Regarding the Buffalo Springfield box set, there is still some wrangling over legal issues to settle. The group's publishing and ownership of songs/tapes remains quite a maze. From what I know of the contents, though, it'll be well worth the wait. Maybe in 2000.

For an act together barely two years, the group recorded a wealth of material that was left in the vaults. But with three prolific writers it's no wonder.

Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 15:45:39 +0100
From: George Abbs <zuma@gabbs.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject: CSN&Y on the Beeb

They'll be playing CSN&Y on BBC RADIO TWO shortly! Billy Bragg announced that he will play a track from the new album on his show. He started the show with Neil's Like a Hurricane.

Bragg also said that next week he will feature an interview with CS_&Y.


Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 09:37:05 EDT
From: PLong27@aol.com
Subject: Sox fan or Yankees fan?

At the first Yankees-Red Sox game on Wednesday, October 13th, Neil Young and Elliott Roberts were in the first row right behind home plate. They were sitting in Lorne Michaels' SNL seats. They stayed for about 5 innings and then Lorne showed up in the same seats when they left. I don't know if they had a deal to split the game up, but it looked that way.

Pat Long

Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 20:59:51 -0700
From: Jason <Gonulsen@SLU.EDU>
Subject: CSNY site gears up

The CSNY site looks now to be almost fully up and running...

first and last

Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 14:41:14 +0200
From: Abel y Mercč <mdiago@redestb.es>
Subject: Looking Forever?

Looks like here in Spain we're getting a different album by CSNY. According to El Pais, it's called Looking Forever. Maybe it has a different tracklist or it contains some extra unreleased tunes. ;-)

Frozen Man

Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 14:14:01 +0100
From: Benjamin Dangerfield <Ben.Malling@tesco.net>
Subject: More on MOJO article

Full marks again to British MOJO Magazine for including an 8-page article/interview on CSNY in their November issue.

The lads are interviewed seperately, and each are asked the question (except Stills for some odd reason) which band was coolest out of Byrds, Hollies or Buffalo Springfield. Crosby & Nash plump for the Byrds, while Young reckons it was BS. Neil talks about the Springfield box set. The story of how Neil came to be involved in Looking Forward is told by three of them (CS+Y) each offering a slightly different perspective.

Looks like Neil is softening is attitude towards us on the Internet too. Young: "So we're really going to have to work that out with the guys when we get ready to make our setlist up. And I was thinking maybe we'd start a website and take a poll on what songs they'd like us to play, then there wouldn't be any *doubt* about what people want us to hear. We'd try to do as much as we can of that old stuff without turning into an oldies act."

There's loads more quotes and stuff. There's also a seperate review of Looking Forward, which basically praises Neil and slags off CSN without talking about the music a helluva great deal.

Distracting You,

Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 14:02:54 +0100
From: Paul.Higham@tesco.net
Subject: Major CSNY article in MOJO

Quick heads up: MOJO November 1999, Hendrix on the cover, big interview with CSNY inside......but a pretty ropy review of Looking Forward...

I've had the chance to skim read the article, and it's seven pages, comprising a pretty well executed background piece fronting a thoughtful interview with each of CSNY, with a few rare (and uncredited) pictures from their heyday. The interviews use the new album as a springboard to range of the history of CSNY and the relationships between them.

Stephen on Neil's involvement with the album. "We've gotten some great tracks and missed badly on others. And nobody's sure, we're groping in the dark about what's going to work... {then Neil shows up and...} became the clear eared, clear headed guide to finding our way through this... {he} changed everything, and inserted himself in a very graceful way into what we already had."

Neil on Stephen's role in CSNY. "Stills was the musical force of the band, and I think his music and his vibe and his energy are very important for what we're doing now. There's a resurgence of his talent on this record."

Neil on the tour. "I'm looking forward to playing with Stephen, and we've got Duck Dunn on bass... ...and hopefully we'll have new songs which aren't even on Looking Forward... that'll be there for all the bootleggers. We've gotta make everybody happy."


Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 10:28:03 -0400
Subject: Reprise CSNY page

Reprise has put up their own minimal CSNY page. It's basically just the Looking Forward cover & tracklist.
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Thu, 14 Oct 1999 00:01:17 +0200 (MDT)
From: Mikael Weiss <mweiss@hem3.passagen.se>
Subject: Looking Forward early in Sweden

According to an ad in a Swedish newspaper for the upcoming album:

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Looking Forward
New album out October 22.
Warner Music Sweden

Also this past week, Swedish TV has run two programs about Annika Östberg, who serves time in the biggest prison for women in the United States. She is sentenced to 43 years (she´s been there 18 years), and the Swedish goverment is trying to get her transferred to Sweden. This programs featured some good music -- Journey Through The Past was one of the songs...

Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 14:32:28 +0200
From: Ragnar Andersen <randers1@chello.no>
Subject: CS_Y to Stockholm

Norwegian paper Dagbladet has a nice report from yesterday's press conference in today's paper. The hard-copy has a nice large color photo.

CS_Y will be in Stockholm, Sweden for interviews next Tuesday.

Ragnar in Oslo

Date: Wed, 13 Oct 1999 07:05:01 EDT
From: JMarr43106@aol.com
Subject: Looking Forward Video

Excerpted from today's Launch:

LAUNCH has learned that there will be a video clip to accompany the new CSNY album's title track. The group is in the midst of shooting a video for Looking Forward, with footage already shot in San Francisco. Additional footage will be shot in New York.

Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 18:38:06 +0200
From: Ray Moon <patdc@club-internet.fr>
Subject: Neil on Euro-TV

WELD, Neil's video concert, will be broadcasted on Canal Jimmy on Wednesday 22 Octobre, at 23:15.

Ray"hectiquegirl" m00n

Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 12:40:11 -0400
Subject: Silver And Gold

Howie Klein of Reprise said at the press conference that Neil's next album is to be called Silver and Gold...
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Tue, 12 Oct 1999 07:03:47 -0400
Subject: New CSNY site on-line

Looks like the new CSNY site is on-line now. For the moment the only working thing there is a link to the VH1 cybercast page.

The site one of those "ArtistDirect" sites. Too bad they chose to farm it out to a big corporation rather than give some of the real CSNY fans a chance to give it the TLC it deserves...
. . . RE*AC*TOR

PS: I just noticed that "CSNY.COM" is owned by "Comp Smart of New York".

Date: Mon, 11 Oct 1999 17:39:29 EDT
From: Horsepie@aol.com
Subject: Tribute Show

Ragged Glory, the Ohio-based Neil Young & Crazy Horse tribute band played another show in Avon Lake this past Saturday. The place actually had some people in it this time other than the band and the bartender! We played "so-so", but a great time was had by all. One question: Was anyone on the Rust List there? I never really had time to check it out, but ya never know...

Here's the setlist (I wish Neil and the boys would play a setlist like this some time!):

Hope to see some Rusties at our next gig!


Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 14:32:37 -0400
Subject: Seizing the moment

Within an interview with CSNY in SonicNet,

"What CSNY is all about is, we seize the moment. Our moment is now," Young said. "God only knows why," he added, tongue in cheek. More seriously, he said, "I want my children to see me playing with these guys."
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Sun, 10 Oct 1999 09:10:59 -0400
From: Erik Swain <eswain@bellatlantic.net>
Subject: Fantasy Football

A Fantasy Football advice column is the last place I'd expect to see a Neil reference, but here it is in Richard Harris' column on ESPN.com:

With Brian Billick as the head coach, the Baltimore attack was to be an aerial show. Unlike his predecessor Ted Marchibroda, Billick said in the preseason that he felt that it was better to fail miserably while being aggressive than to be conservative and finish with mediocre results. In the words of Neil Young, "it is better to burnout [sic] than fade away."
Erik Swain
Long-suffering Eagles fan

Date: Sat, 9 Oct 1999 06:59:31 -0700
From: Tom Hambleton <tah@cruzio.com>
Subject: Neil's Senior Moment

This morning there's an actual interview with CSNY in the San Francisco Chronicle. An excerpt:

"We did an old song of mine called White Line,"said Young, "one that I don't recall releasing at all. We did a great version, too. Then the engineer said he also liked the one I did on Ragged Glory. I was shocked. Senior moment No. 58."

"See how much we like you?" said Crosby. "We didn't even rag on you."

Date: Fri, 8 Oct 1999 16:22:10 +0200
From: kassman@telia.com
Subject: CSNY in Swedish Interview

In an interview today in the swedish newspaper Expressen with CSNY...

Stills about the reuninon: "Neil phoned me an said that we had some unfinished business and that he wanted to sort things out. I asked him what it was all about and when he wanted to meet. He answered: "In six hours. I'm in the car on my way over to you. With the guitar and amplifier."

Neil on the difference between now and the time they were recording American Dream: "Don't know. I can't remember. [to the others] Is there anyone who remembers anything from that recording?"

Great picture with the article, of the four of them laughing.

Take Care

Date: Fri, 8 Oct 1999 08:02:52 EDT
From: TinOtiS@aol.com
Subject: Neil included in new book

From a press release:

Billboard Books is celebrating the extraordinary quarter-century anniversary of the longest running music showcase in television history with a new book entitled Austin City Limits - 25 Years of American Music.

Written by renown music critic John T. Davis, with photographs by Scott Newton and a foreword by Lyle Lovett, Austin City Limits truly reflects the spirit of the show's stellar cast of performers, documenting in words, pictures, and anecdotes, and behind-the-scenes images, the performances of the more than 500 stellar recording artists including:

Willie Nelson, Lucinda Williams, Roy Orbison, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Lyle Lovett, Leonard Cohen, Johnny Cash, Lightnin' Hopkins, Son Volt, Tammy Wynette, Ruth Brown, John Denver, Lionel Hampton, Neil Young, Emmylou Harris, Garth Brooks, The Neville Brothers, Kelly Willis, Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt, Hal Ketchum, B.B. King, Ray Charles, Tom Waits, and so many more.

Date: Fri, 8 Oct 1999 00:21:49 +0100
From: Mark Giles <mlgiles@dircon.co.uk>
Subject: Looking Forward's first print review

The latest Uncut magazine gives Looking Forward 3 stars out of 5. Nigel Williamson talks about the on-off history of the album, suggesting that Neil threatened to pull out, and that may be why it's named after one of his songs, rather than one of Nash's. Further divisions are implied by having Jim Keltner as drummer on Neil's songs, rather than Joe Vitale, who drums on the rest of the album. Production on seven of the 12 tracks is credited to CSNY, but Neil only lets his colleagues near one of his songs - for the other 3 he brought in Ben Keith to produce.

Some other details:


Date: Thu, 7 Oct 1999 11:25:48 -0700 (PDT)
From: caryn rose <clr@drizzle.com>
Subject: Filter's Patrick on Neil

i just found this quote in Rolling Stone On-line:

Quote of the Day

"Neil Young's got the weirdest voice in rock but he doesn't give a shit. It's like, 'I'm singing, fuck you, you're not.' "

Filter's Richard Patrick, on singing

Date: Wed, 6 Oct 1999 15:31:23 -0400
From: Robert Bromberg <Brom213@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Neil Cover Band Concert

Moby Duck will be playing lots of Neil, Dead and other classic rock -- but Mostly Neil -- on October 22nd at Captain Jack's in Hicksville, New York. The address is 396 West John Street (questions, call 516-935-8237). The show is from 9:30 to 1:30.

Date: Tue, 05 Oct 1999 23:49:35 -0800
From: John Bove <jbove@mediaramp.com>
Subject: Larry Is Everywhere

Went to DeMarco's 23 tonight in Brisbane, CA to see a local band called Joe Buck. The house band included, on pedal steel guitar, Larry Cragg. Amazing!!!!

--White Line--

Date: Tue, 5 Oct 1999 16:10:58 EDT
From: Horsepie@aol.com
Subject: Crazy Horse Tribute Band this Saturday

Yep, that's us. Ragged Glory will be playing in Avon Lake, Ohio at Artstown Pub on Saturday, October 9. We'll be playing at 9:30pm, and we'll probably play about 4 hours. If you are interested, let me know and I'll send some directions. We'd love to see some Rusties there! 4 hours of live Neil tunes!

the bass player,

Date: Tue, 05 Oct 1999 08:21:22 -0400
Subject: Big Looking Forward Article

SonicNet (aka Addicted To Noise) has an extensive article about the upcoming CSN Looking Forward album. Here are the main Neil-related quotes from it...

"From speaking with Neil [Young], I get the distinct impression that this was 100 percent a labor of love," Reprise Records President Howie Klein said. "There was no motive to do this other than the joy of artistic expression. I know from Neil's point of view that this is just something that he felt very, very inspired about."

The four contributions from Young hew to the wistful acoustic folk of Harvest, his beloved 1972 solo album, and Harvest Moon, its 1992 sequel. The album's title track is a reflective song about maturity and love that features the lines "Writing a song, won't take very long/ Trying not to use the word 'old'/ Thinkin' about takin' chances and doubts/ That still linger in the cold."

Young's other songs include Slowpoke (which he has performed live for several years), the fragile, falsetto love song Out of Control and the playful, midtempo folk rock of Queen of Them All, whose chorus features the line "She's got all the moves/ She's the queen of the mall."

Young plays guitar on 11 of the album's tracks, adding melodic but intense electric solos to, among others, Crosby's soulful protest song Stand and Be Counted ("Stand and be counted, stand on the truth/ Stand on your honor") and Nash's swaying, sing-along folk song Heartland.

Date: 05 Oct 1999 03:38:59 +0200
From: Jos Starmans <starman1@hvision.nl>
Subject: Major Neil Gathering THIS SUNDAY

On Sunday, October 10th, the Dutch Neil Young Fan Club will have it's annual meeting. For all Neil Young fans in the Benelux (and beyond), it's an event not to be missed. Location:

Time: 13.00 - 19.00 hrs.

One of the activities is a presentation of the tribute CD This Note's For You Too! (A Tribute To Neil Young), initiated by the Neil Young Fan Club.

The following acts will be playing:

Jos Starmans
Neil Young Fanclub Nederland

Date: Sun, 03 Oct 1999 12:42:14 -0400
From: Erik Swain <eswain@bellatlantic.net>
Subject: Neil in background, tells the tale

On the FOX NFL pregame show, they were doing a feature about the struggles of Tampa Bay QB Trent Dilfer, whom fans want benched. While the commentators are going on about how Dilfer's really not as bad as he's looked, they show footage of Dilfer being sacked.

The background music: Neil's No More.

Subliminal message? I think so. FOX commentator Terry Bradshaw would never bash another member of the QB fraternity, so maybe his producers were doing it for him...

Erik Swain

Date: Sun, 3 Oct 1999 08:04:57 -0700
From: Gase <gasehouse@earthlink.net>
Subject: Paul on Neil in the Times

This Sunday's LA Times features a short i'view with Paul McCartney, which included this bit:

"...we were always going to do a RnR album. Linda and I talked about this record a lot, because her soul was in RnR... from doo-wop to Hendrix. She loved that, and she always encouraged me to play more electric guitar, like Neil Young. We were both great admirers of Neil. We went to see him at the Phoenix Rock Festival (England 1996) and she insisted that I drive her. She didn't want any limos or anything. So I drove her, and we went backstage and had a blast of an evening."

Date: Sun, 3 Oct 1999 06:02:44 EDT
From: JMarr43106@aol.com
Subject: Photographing Neil

I was watching CNN International yesterday, and they were doing a story on one of the Rolling Stone photographers: Mark Seliger. He was asked, out of everyone he had photographed, who was his favorite. He answered Neil Young. He had grown up listening to him and owned many of his records, and was excited to have met and worked with him.

They showed one RS photo of Neil, a closeup with hair swirling, I've seen it before but can't place the time. Maybe Mirrorball era.

a dog that bites

Date: Fri, 01 Oct 1999 11:26:18 -0400
Subject: Who should sue who?

The band Power Lloyd is thinking about suing Stone Temple Pilots because of the "similarity" of STP's new CD's cover to the one on one of their own CDs. here's the story, including small pics of the album covers.

Perhaps Neil should sue them both due to their similarity to Hawks & Doves? Hmmmm, I guess the fact that it's out of print would interfere with any such claim, though...
. . .RE*AC*TOR

Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999 01:10:03 EDT
From: Djdehner@aol.com
Subject: Neil Tribute show coming

There will be a tribute to Neil Young, called Hello Mr. Soul in Bloomington, Indiana at the Second Story nightclub on November 13th, 1999.

Eleven local bands will play their interpretations of Neil's classic songs and little-known gems. Music begins at 10 pm sharp, admission is 5 dollars.

Bands scheduled to perform include:

Please be a part of this special celebration of Neil!

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