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"It's no secret, what everybody knows..."
(Archive 43: 10/1/00 - 12/4/00)

(Rumors, Sightings, Eavesdroppings)

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Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 09:13:49 -0800
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Red Rocks Live slipped

The Reprise Records site's "store" now lists Red Rocks Live for December 12. I guess that confirms the rumored delay.
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 06:51:02 -0800
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Cowgirl In The Rain

The Cowgirl In The Sand video (from the forthcoming Red Rocks Live DVD) that's linked from the ArtistDirect "contest" page referenced recently, is now available directly off of NeilYoung.com, on the Movies page. It's a full 19 minutes long.

It's going to be so cool to get this on DVD (tomorrow maybe, but possibly not until next week)!
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Mon, 04 Dec 2000 05:04:11 -0800
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Micro$oft moving in on Neil's turf?

Check out an article on MSNBC's website that includes news about how Micro$oft is going to try selling model train simulators...
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Sat, 02 Dec 2000 04:36:22 -0800
From: Colin IV <colin@dergunerz.freeserve.co.uk>
Subject: Archives Rumors

I have some insider info from WEA UK about the Archives... Apparently the archives have indeed been bedecked with hard to solve problems. The most interesting problem appears to be that Neil wanted to include some Squires acetate material, but the material belonged to a third party who couldn't be persuaded to part company even temporarily with the stuff. It seems this problem has been solved, and I quote "things are happening".

The other interesting thing would appear to be that the Archives WILL be released on CD.

Other lip-wetting news: there apparently are five extra tracks from the On The Beach sessions out there, although they probably won't see the light of day. But who knows?

Can't wait.

Col.


Date: Fri, 01 Dec 2000 15:55:27 -0800
From: Paul Tomita <ptomita@pentalink.com>
Subject: S&G's first end-of-year rating

Neil's Silver & Gold album is on Seattle radio station KMTT 103.7's list of "Ten Best CDs of 2000". I haven't heard what else made their 10.

Looking forward...
Paul Tomita


Date: Fri, 01 Dec 2000 06:45:31 -0800
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Hear, view (and maybe win) some Neil

The Ultimate Band List site (part of ArtistDirect Network) has a contest to give away a DVD player, a Red Rocks Live DVD, a Road Rock CD, and a Lionel "Vapor Records" train car. (Runner-ups just get the Road Rock CD.) The contest is running on this page.

On that same page, in the boxes on the right hand side, you'll find links to listen to tracks from Road Rock and to view a video of the 19 minute Cowgirl In The Sand (now commonly known as Cowgirl In The Rain).
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Wed, 29 Nov 2000 07:50:08 -0800
From: Eswain93@cs.com
Subject: RANA covers Neil

I went to the Wetlands in NYC last night to see RANA, an exciting young four-piece band from New Jersey that frequently covers Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere.

I'd been encouraging them to do more Neil songs, and last week they said they would let me pick a song for the setlist for this show. I recommended doing something from Zuma because most of its songs fit their sound very well - and I knew one of them owned the album.

So last night, at the end of the first set, we got... Stupid Girl.

Erik Swain
Be On My Side, I'll Be On Your Side


Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 23:52:31 EST
From: Connfused@aol.com
Subject: Red Rocks Live delayed?

Just checked in to pre-order the new video and saw that its release was also moved back. It is now 12/12 instead of 12/5.

Dwight C.
Connfused in Connecticut


Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 22:48:19 -0800
From: DaveAsker@hotmail.com
Subject: Road Rock ad stuff ups

Today I picked up the local street newspaper and found a full page ad for Road Rock. First time I've seen Warner Australia advertise for Neil, which must be congratulated. However they did manage a couple of stuff ups. The ad lists the song CowgirlS in the Sand, and "unreleased song" FALL For Your Love. Oh well I guess they get points for trying.

Anyway, I'll leave you with that and get in the car, pop in my copy of Road Rock and drive home to Cowgirl again. I can already hear it... '...Hello Cowgirls in the sand...'

Take care.
Dave from Australia.


Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 21:54:03 -0600
From: Andrea Carkhuff <skydy99@worldnet.att.net>
Subject: Biz Week Neil

Any Rusties read Business Week? Well the new 12/4/00 issue includes a 4 page feature on Lionel Trains. It drops a few mentions of "rock star and Lionel collector Neil Young", including this paragraph:

"Neil Young, who declined requests for an interview, developed the device to control the sounds and speed of as many as 99 trains at one time. It's an extreme version of a remote control that he had designed years earlier so that his two sons, who have cerebral palsy, could manipulate their toy trains. For each Lionel train, Young also has created and mixed everything from the whistle sounds to simulated commands from the engineer."


Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2000 11:04:13 -0800
From: TinOtiS@aol.com
Subject: Neil Protest

The December 2000 issue of Acoustic Guitar magazine contains an article, written by David Simons, reviewing the history of protest music in American folk song. The article's implied definition of "protest" seems to encompass songs of mere social commentary. The usual suspects are mentioned, Woody, Phil Ochs, Zimmerman, as well as some not so mainstream artists. Neil, Buffalo Springfield and CSNY get prominent mention for such contributions as For What It's Worth and Ohio, which receives more column inches than any other song mentioned in the article. There's even a photo of CSN performing at 1983's "Survival Sunday" at the Hollywood Bowl.

The article contains the following statement:

"Near the end of the '80s, the subtlety and simplicity that was the hallmark of prime protest music finally resurfaced in a series of songs about domestic violence and economic hardship... Fittingly, Neil Young capped the comeback by weighing in with his own take on domestic blight, Rockin' in the Free World, his most potent -- and political -- tune since Ohio 20 years earlier."


Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 10:47:40 -0600
From: Randall_Kauss-FRK014@email.mot.com
Subject: Neil goes with fine wine

The Atlantic Monthly magazine (December 2000 ) has an article about a wine critic -- he seems to have good taste in music, too. In describing the wine critic's office, the article says...

"That office has a messy desk and a computer, a stereo stacked with CDs (Bob Dylan, Neil Young), a countertop crowded with bottles, a rack of clean wine glasses, and a sink that is deep enough to allow for spitting without splattering."
Fort Worth DangerBird


Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 01:30:01 -0800
From: Major Buzz <majbuzz@core.com>
Subject: IFC YOTH

Year of the Horse will be showing on IFC (the Independent Film Channel) during the month of December:

Dec. 1 @ 8pm and 12 midnight
Dec. 13 @ 11:45pm
Dec. 14 @ 6am
Dec. 23 @ 9:30pm and
Dec. 24 @ 3am
All times listed are EST (Eastern Standard Time)

Major Buzz


Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 00:17:17 -0600
From: HorseshoeMan@ponca.net
Subject: Road Rock ad

Here's the latest ad for the upcoming album...


Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2000 22:26:11 -0800
From: Cmb5775@aol.com
Subject: Autographed DVD auction

ArtistDirect has a Neil-autographed copy of the Year Of The Horse DVD on eBay, with the proceeds going to the Bridge School. The reserve bid is $250 (gulp!). No bids on it so far.

The DVD is also signed by Jim Jarmusch.

Carol


Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2000 17:06:04 +0100
From: Ludwig Blochberger <ludwig@blochberger-berlin.de>
Subject: Road Rock Germany

The release date for the Road Rock CD in Germany is definitely tomorrow, November 27th. Can't wait to get it...

Bye, Ludwig a.k.a. After Berlin


Date: Thu, 23 Nov 2000 11:40:50 -0800
From: robert garriott <rgarriot@pacbell.net>
Subject: Road Rock download

Today there is a free download of Fool for Your Love from Road Rock on the DownloadsDirect site. After 45 minutes of searching for the right plugins and reregistering over and over, I finally got the song (which self-destructs in one month) downloaded. It is pretty cool.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Robert


Date: Wed, 22 Nov 2000 08:07:02 -0500
From: "Terry Skirko" <terry.skirko@cgi.ca>
Subject: Neil Young A-Z Rock Weekend

Just wanted to let you know that fans in Neil's home town will get a treat this weekend. Starting Friday November 24, the radio station Q107 will be presenting the Neil Young A-Z Rock Weekend. This is the first time Q107 have featured Neil on their Rock Weekend special!

Cheers,
Terry


Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 20:03:40 -0800
From: John Truslove <rangas@hotmail.com>
Subject: Road Rock in Oz

Saw a copy of the Road Rock CD at a Sanity store here in Australia this morning -- $30.25.

Looks like we're early for once.

John...


Date: Mon, 20 Nov 2000 17:24:03 -0800
From: Cinnamon <cinnamonpurr@yahoo.com>
Subject: Neil Concert on MTV2

According to RockOnTV.com, there's a Neil concert on MTV2 next Sunday, November 26:

Show: MTV2 Weekly Live Concert
Episode: Neil Young
Network: MTV2
Date: Sunday - November 26, 2000
Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am ET and 10pm ET
MTV2 's website can be accessed via MTV's listing of shows, though info for this concert has not been posted yet.


Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 11:33:33 -0800
From: Eugene.McSorley@durham.ac.uk
Subject: Road Rock UK

The release date for the Road Rock CD in the UK is definitely tomorrow, November 20th. I saw it in the local record shop on Saturday. In fact I nearly got it. I asked the new guy at the shop if there was a new Neil CD coming out, and he fished it out. But he checked with his colleague who pointed out that it wasn't coming out until Monday.

It's difficult to convey over email how pissed off I was. It was in front of me in the flesh. Ah, so near yet so far!

Looking forward until tomorrow.

Eugene


Date: Sun, 19 Nov 2000 10:08:31 -0500
From: George Gilkenson <gilkenson@cyberzone.net>
Subject: Sunday Morning Neil

Watching the CBS Sunday Morning show, as the show was signing off and showing credits they played a part of Harvest Moon. The part they played came in during the harp lead and went into the 'Because I'm still in love with you..." part. A great ending to the show...
George from Conn.


Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 08:43:34 -0800
From: Charlie Macon <planosol@yahoo.com>
Subject: Rotten endorsement

How 'bout that VH-1 Hard Rock countdown thing last night? Neil & Crazy Horse was in at #39. The musicians shown who worshipped Neil included Bun E. Carlos (Cheap Trick) who did the arms to the sky praising motion (kinda like I always do with Neil), Peter Frampton (damn good guitar player), and JOHNNY ROTTEN!

What an endorsement... John indicated he was puzzled by the meaning of the song (My My Hey Hey), but was "touched" by being included in his music, and has always respected him for sticking to his guns. Now THAT's an endorsement. I've always liked ol' Johnny, even though he comes across as a lunatic most of the time....then again...so do I! Anyway, the universe has officially reached a higher level of order due to Johnny's endorsement.

Take care, Charlie


Date: Fri, 17 Nov 2000 07:14:43 -0800
From: Chris Horn <chorn@cwnet.com>
Subject: Referencing Neil

My wife Paula is reading the book Deadly Persuasion by Jean Kilbourne (subtitled "Why women and girls must fight the addictive power of advertising"). She spotted these two Neil references...

Page 29: As Neil Young sang, "I've seen the needle and the damage done, a little part of it in everyone."

Page 60: When Neil Young recorded a video for his song This Note's For You, which states that he won't sing for Pepsi or Coke and includes the lines "I don't sing for nobody/Makes me look like a joke," MTV refused to run it.

Chris
CW Cannoneer


Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 14:45:27 +0800
From: Mestach.Peter@skynet.be
Subject: Benelux Road Rock date

All Neil fans in and around Belgium and Holland: I spoke with the promo manager for Warner Music in Brussels this morning and he confirmed that the Road Rock CD release for Belgium and Holland is Friday, November 24.

pete buffalo


Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 13:40:28 -0800
From: Brian.Quinn@umb.edu
Subject: Radio Single

Looks like radio stations received the first Road Rock album single from Reprise today:

Neil Young
Friends and Relatives

Fool For Your Love (3:20)
All Along The Watchtower (Edit) (5:02)
All Along The Watchtower (Album Version) (8:11)
AATW features Chrissie Hynde.

Brian From Boston


Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 16:56:36 +0000
From: Tim.Diamond@axa-insurance.co.uk
Subject: In Mojo

Just a note to say that Johnny Rogan's new Neil book Zero to Sixty is reviewed in this month's Mojo magazine (out yesterday). There is also a full page ad for the Road Rock CD, saying that it's on sale in the UK on 20th Nov.

Tim


Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 13:53:51 -0800
From: Rick Rentler <techno1@gte.net>
Subject: Set list from Neil salute

Muffin just sent this setlist from the Salute to Neil show held last week in LA for Neil's birthday. Passin' it on...


LONG MAY YOU RUN SALUTE TO NEIL YOUNG 6
November 11th 2000 - Highland Grounds, L.A.

  1. STEVE ECKSTEIN - Old House / Unknown legend
  2. YOUNG MUFFINS - Roll Another Number / Down By The River
  3. JUDY TOY - Cowgirl In The Sand / Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
  4. PAUL INMAN - Sea of madness / Western hero
  5. CHRIS LATERZO- Prime of Life / Changed His Mind???
  6. BARRY HOLDSHIP - Donít Cry No Tears / Like a Hurricane
  7. BUM STEERS - Needle And The Damage Done / Mr. Soul
  8. ROD SMEAR - Flying On The Ground Is Wrong / Cinnamon Girl
  9. DEVITT FELLEY - Walk On / Silver and Gold
10. DAN JANISCH - Star of Bethlehem / Once an Angel
11. JOE WERNER - After The Gold Rush / Razor Love
12. HEART OF GOLD BAND - Southern Man / The Loner
13. TOMMY HOLDEN HILL- Harvest  / Heart Of Gold
14. GARRICK RAWLINGS - Southern Pacific
15. FARMER TAN - Powder Finger / Oh Lonesome Me.
16. ERIKSEN & WANLESS - Pocahontas
17. REEVA HUNTER - Birds / Love Is A Rose
FINALE: Rockin' In The Free World / Ohio


Date: Wed, 15 Nov 2000 07:06:55 -0500
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Road Rock short delay

I've heard a rumor that the Road Rock album is being pushed back to December 5 rather than next week. That's the date of the Red Rocks Live videos, so my first thought was that this could be some confusion with the release date of those. But it does appear something's up...

Checking the online music stores, Amazon, CDnow, Tower and Wherehouse all still list it for next week, but Barnes & Noble and CDUniverse both show it for December 5. This makes it appear that it HAS slipped, and that the other stores haven't updated to show December 5 yet.

A check of the Reprise Records site's front page still mentions it (in the "Coming Soon" list) as coming next week (11/21). But in the "store" section of the site, it is listed as coming on December 5. I tend to trust whoever it is that updates their "store" pages to have the correct date.

I think it's safe to assume now that December 5 is the date.
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 08:17:33 -0600
From: Randall_Kauss-FRK014@email.mot.com
Subject: Kurt Schultz likes Neil

In an article that appeared in the November 12 issue of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram (written by David P. Gilkey of the Detroit Free Press), there's a Q & A with Detroit Lions safety Kurt Schultz.

Question: Who is your favorite musician?

Answer: "I'd have to say Neil Young."

Schultz knows something...


Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2000 19:50:38 -0600
From: HorseshoeMan@ponca.net
Subject: Road Rock promo poster


Date: Sun, 12 Nov 2000 00:00:01 EST
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Happy Birthday Neil

See the News Flash...


Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2000 09:12:20 EST
From: Lannamep@aol.com
Subject: Road Rock in Billboard

Here are some details from an ad in Billboard magazine...

Road Rock
Neil Young
Friends & Relatives

(2/4-48036)
11.21.00

  1. Cowgirl in the Sand (18:00)
  2. Walk On (4:30)
  3. Fool for Your Love (3:06)
  4. Peace of Mind (5:00)
  5. Words (11:00)
  6. Motorcycle Mama (5:30)
  7. Tonight's the Night (10:00)
  8. All Along the Watchtower (With Chrissie Hynde) (7:50)
Available on DVD (2-38531) and VHS (3-38531):
Red Rocks Live - The Complete Friends and Relatives Performance Captured at Red Rocks

Live DVD Audio Coming Soon
Produced by Neil Young & Ben Keith
Direction: Elliot Roberts


Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2000 19:35:57 +0100
From: bbecking@nl.packardbell.org
Subject: Neil on Dutch Radio

Hey Dutchie fans...

Dutch radio 2 has a Neil special at 8.00 am this coming Sunday. Thought I'd mention it...

Peace,
Anne, who never went to the radio station but somehow ended up alone at the microphone ;-)


Date: Wed, 8 Nov 2000 14:56:25 -0500
From: Joe Sipocz <j.sipocz@gomail.sjcpl.lib.in.us>
Subject: Harvest on the chart

Note that, in Billboard magazine, Harvest is on the "catalog" chart! Wonder why now? Change in pricing? People fired up about the MIH Tour shows? Buzz building for Road Rock's debut at number one?

Joe


Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2000 11:58:39 EST
From: Christopher Hickey <hickey_christopher@hotmail.com>
Subject: YOTH on IFC

The Independent Film Channel is going to be showing Year Of The Horse as part of an "IFC Rocks Film Festival", beginning November 24th. It will run through December, I believe. The commercial shows the old clip of Neil playing Hurricane and then lists the "festival" movies at the end.


Date: Tue, 07 Nov 2000 08:35:12 -0500
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Road Rock NOT delayed

I've now gotten several anti-confirmations that the rumor of the Road Rock album being delayed is not true. I still don't know why CDnow sent out those "delayed to January" notes, but they are again showing it for November 21 like most all the rest of the on-line stores.

Note that I've now also seen more confirmations of the Red Rocks Live, Friends & Relatives video release date of December 5th. I still don't feel comfortable enough to state categorically that it'll be out on December 5, but it's looking more and more likely.
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Sun, 05 Nov 2000 11:48:50 -0500
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Road Rock delayed?

I'm told that CDnow is telling people that Road Rock has been delayed until January. Indeed CDnow no longer list it on their site (AT ALL). Nor at CDworld or CDuniverse. However Amazon, Tower Records and Barnes & Noble all still list it for November 21. Hard to say what's going on here yet...
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Sat, 04 Nov 2000 15:11:40 -0500
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Crazy Horse in Top 40

VH1 has another of those lists of theirs, this time it's the "100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock". Selected by a bunch of (presumably) hard-rock "expert" performers, including:

They selected Neil & Crazy Horse as #39. Here's the top 40:
    1.   Led Zeppelin     21.  Pearl Jam
    2.   Black Sabbath    22.  Deep Purple
    3.   Jimi Hendrix     23.  Judas Priest
    4.   AC/DC            24.  Iron Maiden
    5.   Metallica        25.  Cheap Trick
    6.   Nirvana          26.  Motorhead
    7.   Van Halen        27.  Iggy Pop / The Stooges
    8.   The Who          28.  Rush
    9.   Guns N' Roses    29.  Motley Crue
    10.  KISS             30.  Red Hot Chili Peppers
    11.  Aerosmith        31.  Def Leppard
    12.  The Sex Pistols  32.  The Doors
    13.  Queen            33.  Rage Against The Machine
    14.  Soundgarden      34.  Alice in Chains
    15.  Pink Floyd       35.  Jane's Addiction
    16.  Cream            36.  Frank Zappa
    17.  The Ramones      37.  Yardbirds
    18.  Ozzy Osbourne    38.  MC5
    19.  The Clash        39.  Neil Young & Crazy Horse
    20.  Alice Cooper     40.  Stone Temple Pilots
VH1 will be dividing up the list into 5 parts, showing them over the week of November 13-17. The first showing of the list with #40 through #21 will be on Thursday, Nov 16 at 10pm. Neil & The Horse would be on that near the beginning of the hour. They'll run that hour again on Friday night at 9pm.
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2000 12:35:42 EST
From: SCHUBIDOO@aol.com
Subject: Diltz show

Last night Honeyslide and I walked down to the Alexis Hotel here in Seattle and saw Henry Diltz give a slide show and exhibit his amazing photos. Really cool. Free wine... Nice big pictures of Neil's cows! There were a few Neil pics that have never been shown anywhere before.

Unfortunately the signed prints were usually $800. There were several people with smoking credit cards as they walked out of there..

Diltz said that Neil's dog "Art" (of "Love Art Blues" fame) is the black and white one with dark ears -- NOT the white dog on the Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere cover.

I asked him about the Buffalo Springfield and Neil archives and he said he has a lot of photos in both. He said the archive box is HUGE -- and he held out his arms to show the size! Said he's actually seen it and there are DVD's, CD's and a huge book. Really amazing. Hope WE get to see it...

If this exhibit comes to your town DO NOT MiSS IT!

Kurt
Speakin' Out


Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2000 10:15:13 -0500
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: More Geffen Re-issues

Apparently, on December 12 Geffen will re-release in the US the other three non-re-issued 80s albums: Trans, Landing On Water and Life. (They re-released Old Ways and Everybody's Rockin' a few months ago.)

For some time now US purchasers had to buy expensive European imports of Trans, so maybe this will introduce the album to some who balked at the high price. The other two have been on "bargain" import prices for a while now, so this US re-release won't make a big difference, probably.
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Fri, 3 Nov 2000 02:12:38 -0800 (PST)
From: caryn rose <clr@drizzle.com>
Subject: Ed and Paul Allen and Neil and Nixon

Tonight at Pearl Jam's show in Portland's Rose Garden, while introducing Soon Forget, which he dedicated to Paul Allen (co-founder of Microsoft, current owner of the Rose Garden and a lot of other stuff), Ed managed to work a quote from Neil's Campaigner into the intro:

"Are you here, Paul? You'd think he'd be here... he can get in for free! He's kind of money conscious... but he's not evil, I mean -- You know, Neil Young had a quote about Richard Nixon, 'even Richard Nixon has got soul' - I could never figure that line out."
For further Neil-Content, the show was closed by Fuckin' Up. : )

--caryn


Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2000 23:14:43 +0100
From: Joachim@zoom-records.de
Subject: Road Rock on vinyl

I hear from reliable sources, that (in Europe) the Road Rock Vol.I album will also be released on double-vinyl, on the same day as the CD.

One place it's listed is JPC in Germany.

joachim


Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2000 21:31:49 +0100
From: NeilFans@vienna.at
Subject: Lotta Neil in German Stone

Four mentions of Neil in the German edition of Rolling Stone...

  1. Mention of Oasis releasing their live-record Familiar to Millions with Hey Hey My My. Liam was 5 and Noel was 10 when Neil released this song!!

  2. A short report on Farm Aid, with a picture with Willie Nelson and a quote from Neil.

  3. The reader poll for favorite album selected Silver & Gold as #1 for the second time!! It's the 4th month in the poll!!

  4. In his "Fave Raves", Norman Lake (of Teenage Fanclub) selects Harvest at #4.
If the king won't come - he's not forgotten. Europe waits 4 U Neil.

howling with wolves


Date: Thu, 2 Nov 2000 13:41:47 -0500
From: JimMuriceak@email.msn.com
Subject: Ghosts On The Road available

In case anyone is interested, the reference book Ghosts On The Road -- Neil Young In Concert is now available on NeilYoungDirect.com.

HyperRust Editor's note: the books sold out almost immediately but are being re-ordered right away. If you missed getting one, check back soon...


Date: Thu, 02 Nov 2000 09:37:28 -0500
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Oasis' HHMM coming

A Wembley concert where Oasis covers Hey Hey My My will be released on video (DVD & VHS) and on CD on the 14th of this month. It's to be called Familiar To Millions. Details on their website.
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2000 22:18:21 -0800 (PST)
From: Paul Tomita <look4wrd@yahoo.com>
Subject: J.Dylan: "No trendy Neil photo shoots"

I was leafing through the November issue of Interview magazine and came across this Neil mention in the Jakob Dylan interview:

Interviewer: "When you have a new project, you do have to remain visible to keep it on top. Since youíre uneasy with the promotional aspects of the job, do you worry a lot about maintaining artistic integrity?"

Jakob: "You can only hope that at some point youíre allowed to be more resistant to those things that keep the profile high. Certainly Neil Young doesnít show up at [trendy menís magazine] for a photo shoot. [pauses] You know what? Leave that magazineís name out of it. [laughs] I just did a photo shoot with them."

Looking forward...
Paul


Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2000 13:59:12 -0500
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Road Rock album

I'm hearing (from early reviewers) that the Road Rock album is mixed somewhat like a bootleg. A lot of bottom end, loud crowd noise, etc...

I'm still not positive, but it's looking pretty sure that there will be a separate "DVD-audio" release of the music that's on Road Rock. A separate higher-fidelity product, like a "super CD" for playing on a "DVD-audio capable" DVD player.

If true, this'll be the first of a new line of "product" from Neil -- what'll ultimately replace the CD line of product. My guess is that it'll also be the format on wich the Archives will eventually see the light of day...
. . . RE*AC*TOR


Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2000 13:55:34 -0500
From: RE*AC*TOR
Subject: Red Rocks DVD

I've seen a track listing for the Red Rocks Live DVD songs, and it's the exact same sequence as the first Denver show (9/19). There's been talk that the show was going to be equivalent to the webcast show (9/20), but that can't be the case with this track-list (if it holds).
. . . RE*AC*TOR


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