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(Archive 34: 1/13/00 - 2/15/00)

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Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2000 13:59:26 PST
From: rick shearer <tiorick@hotmail.com>
Subject: CSNY on the Radio

As predicted, Jim Ladd did have CSNY on the show last night, but it was an old interview from last October done for SFX Radio and the Looking Forward album. Maybe some of you heard it before.

They went over most of the songs on the album but not all. Jim Ladd made a couple of jokes about trying to extract song meanings from Neil. Neil said he wasn't good at explaining his own songs. Some of the comments he did make:

Outside of the interview, Jim Ladd also talked at length about the Saturday show at the Staples Center. He actually went so far as to say that CSNY would arguably be the greatest rock and roll band going right now, and urged everyone to get tickets. He concluded by playing Almost Cut My Hair which he described as THE transcendent moment of the show. Thank you Jim.

Rick 'proto-rustie'

Date: Sat, 12 Feb 2000 20:02:35 -0500
Subject: "We need more from Neil Young"

In the LA Times staff writer David Kronke is just dying for release of the Missing 6. (Unfortunately that link will probably expire shortly.) An excerpt:

Neil Young arguably boasts the greatest sustained output of any rock musician in the past half-century. Yes, Bob Dylan's been around longer, but his work in the '80s was even more sallow than Young's was, and Dylan was still grasping until 1997's Time Out of Mind.

Young, on the other hand, could probably cull three or four decent albums from the albums released during his lost years of the '80s -- an average decade's work for the superstar of today -- and he caught a second wind back in 1989 with Freedom.

Even given that lofty declaration, Young's been holding out on us in a big way, and his occasional forays into the group dynamic -- with David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash, not Crazy Horse -- only underscore his intermittently lax attitude. As solid as his work in the '90s was, it was also a decade of unprecedented wheel-spinning -- he released no fewer than seven CDs of live and/or reissued material.

Two things make that a shocking waste -- first, he has seven albums from the '70s and early '80s [HyperRust editor's note: Unless he's including the Where The Buffalo Roam soundtrack, I'm not sure what seventh album he could be referring to...] that have never been released on CD, five of which are wholly solid, frequently brilliant, if at times chemically addled efforts.

Unfortunately he also suggests Ebay as a place to get them. :-(
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2000 09:50:59 -0800 (PST)
From: BrentHinso@yahoo.com
Subject: Neil's great moments

This week's George magazine has an article entitled 50 Greatest Moments In Rock & Pop. It should have been titled "50 greatest political moments in rock", cause that's what it was. However, it included not just one, but TWO pieces of Neil Content.

Neil first makes it on the list for the Southern Man vs. Sweet Home Alabama thing (with the "North-South" implications). He also makes the list for writing Ohio. The article mentions that Spiro Agnew called the song un-American, which I had not heard before.

A man of the people

Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2000 08:56:43 PST
From: rick shearer <tiorick@hotmail.com>
Subject: Neil content in LA paper

In the Orange County Registry, there are two articles by Ben Wenner that feature some Neil content. One is mainly about Crosby and Nash's solo hits, and the other is a talk with Crosby.

There's also an insert in the paper (not on the web, apparently) that gives a little thumbnail description and picture of each of the 4. About Neil it says:

Neil Young.
Previous band: Buffalo Springfield, to which he contributed among others Mr. Soul, Nowadays Clancey Can’t Even Sing and Expecting to Fly.

His CSNY Greats: The eloquent and universal Helpless.

His CSNY gem: The three-part Country Girl, one of the stronger moments of Deja Vu.

His CSNY miss: Ohio, Young's reaction to Kent State. Boomers and verterans will never agree; it means too much to them. And yes it's impossible to refuse the song's killer guitar riffs. But what might have been a lasting pan-generational statement is bogged down in exacting detail and historical minutiae.

As A Solo Artist: Where to begin? CSNY hardly represents the best of Young. Try Tonight's The Night and After The Goldrush -- in their entirety. Or Freedom and Ragged Glory. Or Rust Never Sleeps. Heck, just get Decade and pray for Decade II.

Rick 'proto-rustie'

Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2000 08:34:14 EST
From: MarkPSU@aol.com
Subject: CSNY on GMA

Yes, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young were on Good Morning America this morning, just before 7:45am (East coast time). There were three short snippets of them doing Woodstock, Down by the River, and Faith in Me, along with the usual questions. Lasted about 5 minutes.

One interesting note Charles Gibson pulled out was a comment by Stills indicating he didn't care much for what was out there today musically.

Neil had a pretty funny comment about them being "dinosaurs" and if there was a change in the weather they could all blow away.

There was also a point where the band was asked who would be best to give guitar lessons. Neil and Croz pointed at Stills. Nash pointed at Neil. Stills sat there with a surprised look on his face.

"When I was faster I was always behind."

Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2000 23:55:51 EST
From: CwgirlnSnd@aol.com
Subject: Reminder: Neil Stuff for a good cause

Just a reminder that the auction won't be lasting much longer. All bids are appreciated!

Cowgirl In The Sand

Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2000 12:40:04 +0100
From: THB <tbugsett@online.no>
Subject: Silver and Gold Euro-Date

Just visited the Norwegian Warner Music site and it seems that the release date for Silver and Gold in Europe, or at least here in Norway, is May 15th. It's also been given a catalogue number. For those who care: 936 247 305 2.

- Thor

Date: Tue, 8 Feb 2000 19:51:56 EST
From: RG959@aol.com
Subject: Lotta Neil in Rolling Stone

There is a lot of Neil and CSNY content in the new Rolling Stone...

The mag just arrived today and it seemed to be chock full of content.

Randy Gish

Date: Tue, 08 Feb 2000 13:50:41 PST
From: rick shearer <tiorick@hotmail.com>
Subject: CSNY on L.A. Radio?

Hi Rusties in Southern California, last night I think I heard the disc jockey say that CSN&Y would be on Jim Ladd's show on KLOS next Monday night (the 14th).

Rick 'proto-rustie'

Date: Fri, 4 Feb 2000 14:53:53 EST
From: JMarr43106@aol.com
Subject: Single from Silver & Gold

A little bird dropped a new Reprise promo compilation CD on me today, entitled 1/2 Y2K. It has a sampling of new stuff from both old (Joni, Lou) and new (8 stops 7, Thor-El, etc) artists. It includes a Neil Young tune: Razor Love !

a dog that bites

Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2000 14:19:57 GMT
From: Bregt.Depreeuw@village.uunet.be
Subject: Lotta Neil in Belgian mag

This weeks issue of the Belgian radio/tv/music magazine will probably become a collectors item for Neil-fans... It's just unbelievable how many pages have something about Neil or something that has something do to with Neil...

Keep on Rockin'

Bregt Depreeuw aka The Belgian Bad Boy of Rock

Date: Thu, 03 Feb 2000 13:07:14 CET
From: Jesper Källström <ridemylama@hotmail.com>
Subject: Archives in October?

Have you, like I, almost given up on Neil and his Archives series? Have you been waiting since around 1993-1994 for this to be released? Do you suffer from acute phobia of any announcement that it "will be released this fall / winter / spring / summer / next year / and so on??

Be still.

Sit down.

Take it easy.

A relative of a co-worker at my job works at Warner Music in Sweden. He says that master tapes, films, photos and everything that will be included in the Archives series, is sitting at Warner, produced and ready for its release this October...

Finally some hard evidence that Neil has made his choices. Let's just hope he doesn´t change his mind. Keep your fingers crossed for nine months or so, and maybe we will be allright.

Total confusion, disillusion, new things I´m knowin´...

Jesper in Sweden

Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2000 00:32:25 -0600
From: David@peace-n-love.com
Subject: Short McDonald DBTR review

A few minutes, ago on Rockline they played the new Down By The River cover by Michael McDonald from his upcoming release. It wasn't bad. But it wasn't Neil.

Date: Wed, 02 Feb 2000 09:57:42 -0500
Subject: Jarmusch & L.A. on YOTH, archives

Stumbled across an old Austin newspaper interview with Jarmusch, from right after the Year of the Horse movie was released. Larry "L.A." Johnson, who's Neil's "Shakey Pictures" producer, is also there. Here's part of the interview discussing Neil's proverbial "Video Archives":

JJ: Larry now has the formidable task of organizing a lot of Neil's archives.

LAJ: It's another one of Neil's ongoing projects.

JJ: Never-ending.

LAJ: Never-ending, ongoing. Neil has a motto: Anything worth doing once is worth doing over and over again. So that's what we do.

JJ: They called me on the HORDE Tour. They said, "Come and film this." I was like, "Oh man, I'm writing a script. Please, leave me alone."

Interviewer: Looking back on it, there really does seem to be a Neil Young master plan to get all that stuff on film.

LAJ: Yeah, we have a lot in the archives, a lot of stuff, going back to Buffalo Springfield days and then all through when he first... there's a little bit of a gap we discovered in the Danny Whitten slot in terms of real footage and still photographs, there's not very much documentation, that's the only period... a little bit of material on Tonight's the Night, and a whole bunch on the rest of it. Harvest and all that is well-documented.

JJ: I keep trying to convince Neil to make a film out of that '76 stuff. There's a great film in that.

LAJ: But it's very hard to live near it. It's like Neil, living today, it's hard to look back into the past. He's afraid his past will catch up with him.

And here a bit on what was TAKEN OUT of the YOTH movie....
Interviewer: How many songs did you record altogether for the film? Was it tough to whittle it down to nine?

JJ: Yeah, it was actually. We had a few more in an earlier cut of the film but it was like three hours long, so. And Neil was totally cool. He let me pick what songs. I would call him up and run by lists and he would say, "That's cool. Whatever you think." We took out Danger Bird, we took out Pocahontas, we took out some other stuff too. But it was kind of hard. I got two in there from Zuma dammit.

Interviewer: [whiningly] But there's no Cinnamon Girl.

JJ: There's no Cinnamon Girl; there's no Cortez. You've heard those enough.

Interviewer: Oh, okay.

JJ: You've heard those enough [repeated schoolmarmishly]. I know, I love Cinnamon Girl too. And Down by the River too, man. They played that live on this HORDE tour. It was amazing. It was great.

They also mention that the working title for Year Of The Horse was "Horseshit".   :-)
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Tue, 01 Feb 2000 13:17:37 -0500
From: JasonTaylor@bank-banque-canada.ca
Subject: Wonder Boys Track Revealed

The track listing for the previously reported Wonder Boys soundtrack is now on the official web site. Neil's song is Old Man. It also has Buffalo Springfield's "A Child's Claim To Fame".


Date: Tue, 1 Feb 2000 13:11:27 EST
From: CwgirlnSnd@aol.com
Subject: Neil Stuff for a good cause

Some rare or unusual mags with Neil as the cover story are being auctioned to benefit the International Arabian Horse Association legal defense fund. Included are: Classic Toy Trains, a UK music magazine, an Italian mag with Neil articles in Italian & English, MicroTimes (about Neil & his trains), and various tour programs.

The IAHA is engaged in a costly legal battle to uphold their rules against cosmetic surgery on horses! After a year-long investigation and gathering of evidence (including photographs) charges were filed against David Boggs, a very well known trainer, for his unethical practices of having cosmetic surgery performed on Arabian horses. He in return is trying to sue the IAHA. (Details are here.)

Please check out the auction!

Cowgirl In The Sand

Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 15:53:09 -0600
From: Horseshoe Man <ponka@kskc.net>
Subject: Video Silver & Gold!

Neil's new album has previously been noted to be scheduled for release on May 16, 2000. Looks like there's more!!

Just posted on the Reprise site:

May 16, 2000
Neil Young "Silver And Gold"
Neil Young "Silver And Gold" (Video/DVD)
Horseshoe Man

Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2000 10:12:43 EST
From: BPingry484@aol.com
Subject: Neil in Sony history

Been reading a great book on SONY by John Nathan called SONY: The Private Life. The author quotes Neil on page 145, on the topic of the development of digital sound (Compact Disk) versus the quality of analog.

Mr. Nathan writes, "Detractors (to digital) maintained that digital perfection was artificial and empty. The singer Nel Young put it as well as anyone: "The mind has been tricked, but the heart is sad."

My bet is that Mr. Nathan is Rustie!

Walk On

Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 11:26:22 -0800 (PST)
From: BrentHinson@yahoo.com
Subject: Guitar.com interviews Neil

There is a recent interview with Neil on Guitar.com. He talks about various aspects of playing with the Horse, how he writes songs, and the implications of getting older in his profession.

A man of the people

Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 10:08:58 -0500
Subject: Replacement Youngs

caryn rose points out an article in a Seattle paper that makes fun of CSNY by proposing who could replace Neil if he bails out -- and they only give suggestions with "Young" (or "Young-like") names.

Though the article has some typical "I'm cool because I'll say some bad stuff about the dinosaurs" attitude, overall it's it's pretty "cute". I especially enjoyed the proposed version of CSNY with Chow Yun-Fat replacing Neil, where they say the highlight would be Yun-Fat "Taking Stills out when he starts getting a little too mouthy." :-)
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 23:03:34 -0500
From: "Jon Van Wieren"
Subject: Neil on Millionaire

Neil Young was one of the choices in one of the initial rounds of tonight's episode of the gameshow Who Wants to Be a Millionaire!.

The question was "Put the following musicians in the order of their ages, starting with the youngest". The choices were Alanis Morrisette, Shania Twain, Bryan Adams and Neil.

Married Man

Date: Tue, 25 Jan 2000 10:58:21 -0500
From: JasonTaylor@bank-banque-canada.ca
Subject: Silver and Gold Scheduled

They finally put the release date onto the Reprise new releases page: May 16th... ...for now.

Jason Taylor

Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 05:45:54 -0500
From: stephen parker <sparker5@mediaone.net>
Subject: McDonald to do Neil

in friday's usa today they had a big story on music to be released during the first quarter of 00. the further into the year, the less was written about each release. well this one caught my attention....

Michael McDonald, Blue Obsession. On his first solo album since 1994, the ex-dobbie brother remakes Neil Young's Down By The River.
thats all that was written.

im standing in my line

Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 00:47:27 -0800
From: bobzilla77@mindspring.com
Subject: Rotten imitates Neil

Caught John Rotten's Rotten TV on VH1 tonight.

The very last segment was Rotten running off a list of people who had declined to be interviewed on his show, one of whom was Neil. He said:

"Mr. Young's mediocre excuse is that he talks to people he knows.... well Mr. Young, how do you explain THIS?"
And he gave a savagely incompetent rendering of the great Hey Hey My My lyric, dressed in a flannel shirt, shades and straw hat, the sight of which made me laugh uncontrollably. Then he said "Rock and roll will never die, but you farts will."

My, how we've all changed. Johnny Rotten has BECOME Tom Snyder and Bill Grundy & Dick Clark. Amazing.

curiouser & curiouser,

Date: Sun, 23 Jan 2000 08:22:33 -0800
From: Jim Beller <jbeller@sirius.com>
Subject: Billy Talbot and the Rusties

We're in the paper!! Joel Selvin's column in the Sunday Examiner/Chronicle announces Billy Talbot's gigs next weekend. Check it out! Here's an excerpt:

"Outside of one low-key trial run last fall, Talbot has never sung his songs in public. But Young fans, who are almost as devoted as Deadheads and call themselves 'Rusties' after Young's album Rust Never Sleeps, turned up to support Talbot recently. Last October, the night before Young's annual Bridge Concert, Talbot tried his hand at Old Princeton Landing, the same tiny seaside bar where Young and Crazy Horse played unannounced for several weeks a few years ago."
Also has a link to the Billy Talbot Band web site. Hey! They're using an OPL picture I took!


Date: Sat, 22 Jan 2000 07:07:08 -0500
Subject: Under The Covers updates

Here's an update on the Under The Covers documentary, from Henry Diltz's website. Also note the price-cut on the CDROM version of the documentary...

Hello to everyone from Henrys Gallery. It's time to update everyone on recent events.

1. Due to our site visitors comments we have forever reduced the price of our CD ROM to $19.99. Those changes have now taken place on the site.

2. Many of our visitors have been asking about the release of our 90 minute film, Under The Covers, which has been on the market only as a bundled item along with Austin Powers in the new JVC DVD machines. The good news is we are planning to offer it on the internet in the near future. The film covers most all of the albums that Henry Diltz and Gary Burden (art director) worked on together with CSNY, CSN, Doors, Eagles, Joni Mitchell, Jackson Browne, Jimmy Webb, America, Mamas & Papas, Mama Cass, Steppenwolf, Woodstock 69, John Sebastian, Lovin Spoonful, Hollies and more. This home video version has lot's more content than the TV show.

3. The Learning Channel Special program is now in the final cut stage so I can tell you that the one-hour show will be broadcast on February 26th at 9:00 PM on TLC.

Peter & Henry, Henry's Gallery

Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2000 11:31:11 EST
From: JMarr43106@aol.com
Subject: Neil on upcoming Soundtrack

USA Today is reporting in today's Life section that:

Columbia's Wonder Boys soundtrack, spotlighting such musical wonders as Neil Young, John Lennon and Van Morrison, boasts four Dylan tunes...
No mention of which Neil song(s) are on it. Soundtrack due out on February 15th.

Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 17:42:42 -0000
From: Adrian <adrian.matthews@startle.net>
Subject: Silver and Gold NOT early to UK

Regarding hint that Silver and Gold might be out earlier in the UK, here's the latest word:




Rgds, Adrian

Date: Wed, 19 Jan 2000 11:09:21 -0500
Subject: Neil on Techno

Recently Ray Moon provided a transcript of a French TV show that was put together while CS_Y was doing their promo roadshow in France last Fall. As part of the show, the three of them got to introduce and comment on various videos that played during the show. Here's an extract from her transcript...

(Next video: BLONDIE, with Heart of Glass.)

Stills: "That's great. It's Eurotechnorock. It's a brilliant video."

Neil: "That song represents a whole musical current. And no one ever did it better. It's her more than anyone that got me into that style. Blondie is great and Debbie Harry does a fantastic job."

P. Manoeuvre: "What do you think of techno...you who are so into the harmonies?"

Stills: "We're the opposite of techno..."

Neil [jumps in]: "There's no reason to put a wall up between us and Techno. Thank God there's diversity. There's very good stuff by very impassioned people. There are some things in techno that I really like, like the new... uh... uh..."
(Helped out by P. Manoeuvre who suggests the new Trent Reznor Nine Inch Nails.)

Crosby: "Techno or John Lee Hooker, it's all the same. It's all music. The important thing is the artist, not the label you put on them."

. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 23:00:28 EST
From: BScore@aol.com
Subject: April is firm?

Just a tad of new Neil news here... according to Rolling Stone, who quote Neil Young insiders, Neil really wants the record to come out -- so April is not really "tentative"...

"After seemingly countless delays, Neil Young's long-postponed album Silver & Gold could be released as early as April. Although the album is only penciled in on Reprise's upcoming release schedule, Young insiders claim that the date is not as tentative as it seems. "Neil really wants the record to come out now, so it'll most likely make that date."
Peace, love, happiness and Neil,
Free-Roamin' Soul

Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 18:44:43 -0500
From: Alex Lehning <alehning@erinet.com>
Subject: Silver and Gold in April?

From a VH1.com article about Neil:


Occasionally, between rants concerning the horrors of digital recording technology, Neil Young releases albums. Such an event is upon us, as the grizzled mountain man of rock will release Silver and Gold, his 29th record and his first since 1996's Broken Arrow, in April.

Silver and Gold is said to be "the unofficial third in the trilogy of Harvest albums," according to Bob Merlis, a spokesman for Young's record label Reprise Records. 1972's Harvest and 1992's Harvest Moon were ruminative, mostly acoustic efforts. The album's 10 tracks, which Young had played during a solo tour last year, therefore follow suit.

The track listing for Silver and Gold is: Good to See You, Silver and Gold, Daddy Went Walkin', Buffalo Springfield Again, Great Divide, Horseshoe Man, Red Sun, Distant Camera, Razor Love and Without Rings.

Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2000 09:51:38 -0600
From: jhbellamy@mmm.com
Subject: Big Screen YOTH in Minneapolis

A note to Twin Cities Rusties:

Year of the Horse will be playing at the Oak Street Cinema, near the University of Minnesota campus on January 26 and 27. Shows are at 7:30 and 9:30 both nights.

longing for the old folky days

Date: Sun, 16 Jan 2000 19:14:15 -0500
Subject: Another take on "Archives Vol. 1"

We've heard several versions of what's supposed to be on the first volume of the Archives. A story on Music365 gives a couple of specifics that I haven't seen mentioned before:

"... is likely to be a six or eight disc package. With a working title of The Neil Young Archives, it is said to include material from unreleased albums Islands  [sic]  In The Sun and Human Highway, tracks from the intended follow-up to After The Goldrush which was then shelved in favour of Harvest, as well as sessions with Joni Mitchell and legendary 1970 concert performances with Crazy Horse."
The 1970 Crazy Horse concert had been mentioned before, but I don't recall mention of Island In The Sun (an 80s project) or Human Highway, or Joni Mitchell sessions. That stuff sounds like it'd be on the SECOND volume beyond the stuff that had been mentioned before for the first volume, which was said to cover stuff up through early 70s.

The rumors get more and more complicated....
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2000 02:03:31 -0000
From: ADRIAN <young@dircon.co.uk>
Subject: Silver and Gold early to UK?

In the UK at the present, Silver and Gold has been assigned catalogue number 9362473052, and release date 28 February 2000! Personally I think the date seems too early -- end of April, so as not to conflict with the C$NY2K tour, makes more sense.

Having a cat number allocated used to be relevant, but after the heartache of The Archives, who knows....

rgds adrian

Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 14:14:14 -0500
Subject: Billy Talbot Band Press Release

See the News Flash.

Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 07:58:54 -0500
Subject: Irsay sings the (Ambulance) Blues

Jim Irsay, 41 year old buddy of Hunter Thompson and Stephen Stills, who happens to own the Indianapolis Colts and might take them to the Super Bowl this year, also likes to play guitar and sing. In an article about him in today's Indianapolis Star, there's discussion about his interest in music:

Irsay really, really likes music. He is having a Super Bowl party in Atlanta (whether the Colts are in it or not); he hired the B-52's.

He plays music. He plays guitar. He sings.

You could be in his office at the Colts complex, and he might say, "What music do you like?"

"Neil Young," you might say. "Which album?" he'll say.

"On the Beach." (On the Beach, 1974, is the most obscure Neil Young album there ever was. It is not now, nor was it ever, available on CD.)

"On the Beach," Irsay says reverently. He knows every note of it. He gets out his Martin guitar, the one given to him by his pal, the musician Stephen Stills, and he plays for you -- and sings for you -- the third cut off side two: Ambulance Blues. Right there in his office.

It's not a timid rendition, either. It's raucous, with feeling! You can hear it plainly through the walls.

But who's going to tell Jim Irsay to pipe down?

Exactly. No one.

Wow. If Marino can't rise to lift the Dolphins further in the play-offs, I just might have to start pulling for the Colts!
. . . RE*AC*TOR

Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 20:14:30 -0800
From: Chris Lawrence <mustang@islandnet.com>
Subject: Silver and Gold in April

According to SonicNet:

Neil Young Solo Album Due In April
A new solo album from folk-rock icon Neil Young, Silver and Gold, is tentatively slated for release in April, according to the singer's label. It's described as reminiscent of Young's 1992 acoustic album, Harvest Moon.

The track listing for Silver and Gold is: Good to See You, Silver and Gold, Daddy Went Walkin', Buffalo Springfield Again, Great Divide, Horseshoe Man, Red Sun, Distant Camera, Razor Love and Without Rings.

Duets Young recorded with singers Emmylou Harris and Linda Ronstadt are expected to appear on the album. Silver and Gold originally was slated for release in 1999, but it was delayed by Looking Forward, the first collaborative album in a decade from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.

i really hope this is real, but no Kansas? dammmit!


HyperRust Editor's Note: Here's a longer article, also on SonicNet.

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