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  1. NEIL YOUNG CLASSIC RECORDS SET + OTHER AUDIOPHILE & LP BONUSES 32 SIDES OF VINYL

    May 5, 2016 by admin

    NEIL YOUNG CLASSIC RECORDS SET + OTHER AUDIOPHILE & LP BONUSES 32 SIDES OF VINYL

    NEIL YOUNG CLASSIC RECORDS SET + OTHER AUDIOPHILE & LP BONUSES 32 SIDES OF VINYL
    THIS NEIL YOUNG COLLECTION STARTS WITH 6 CLASSIC RECORDS OUT OF PRINT TITLES WITH 10 SIDES OF VINYL. THESE MASTERPIECES HAVE OFFICIALLY GONE OUT OF PRINT FOREVER ON SEPTEMBER 1ST 2007. BOTH TITLES ARE IN MINT CONDITION. COLLECTORS INFO ABOUT Classic Records TITLES. Classic Records has proven to be an Audiophile Company second to none in the new millennium. But Classic Records – ALL CLASSIC RECORDS TITLES ARE NOW OUT OF PRINT SINCE THE COMPANY WENT OUT OF BUSINESS IN 2010. These Editions have become some of the rarest pressings in the Audiophile Collector’s Market. Just try to find them at any Audiophile Retailer after the next few months. When you take that into consideration, what will this Editions Audiophile Pressing will be worth in the years ahead? It could be one of the most collectible pressings ever in 200 Gram Editions especially since Classic records is no longer in business. How rare and valuable are each one of these 200 gram sets now still Factory Sealed Priceless! Mymusicfix has a very limited amount of these now Rare Factory Sealed pressings. We’re sure you may not have known about some of these titles existed. Have fun collecting these Masterpieces! These are tremendous titles and artists that Mymusicfix still has in these 200 Gram Edition STICKERS but we have very few pieces left of each title and prices will continue to rise as inventory continues to dwindle. Classic Quiex SV – Super Vinyl is a new vinyl formulation noticeably superior to all previous vinyl formulas used. The music on records made using Classic Quiex SV is more detailed, has richer harmonics and a more precise soundstage presentation Quiex SV is used exclusively and will have a sticker that identifies them as such… 3 LP Box Set includes. Bonus Green Vinyl 7 Single of Sun Green. 24-Page 12″ x 12″ Booklet. You should never pass up the opportunity to upgrade your collection. They’re each very limited in their pressings and disappear with extraordinary quickness from the vinyl market. This causes prices to skyrocket because once they are gone, they are gone forever! Don’t second-guess yourself with this chance to upgrade your collection because before you know it, the opportunity will have passed forever. A first in the new vinyl collaboration between Classic Records and Vapor Records (Neil Young’s label) to bring you this stunning rock meets real people with the message that politics and the environment are often at odds. This record in its conception is an act of genius on all levels and those who saw the live shows will certainly agree that Neil has more guts than any one else in the Rock world. The 3-LP set is housed in a deluxe box, with a 24-page booklet, a collector’s Showbill from the live concert and a Greendale bumper sticker. Also included is an undetermined (at press time) version of Sun Green as a 7 Green vinyl single in a custom picture sleeve. The LP’s were mastered and cut from the 1/2 analog master tapes by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman mastering. Tracks include: Falling From Above – Double E – Devil’s Sidewalk – Leave The Driving – Carmichael – Bandit – Grandpa’s Interview – Bringin’ Down Dinner – Sun Green – Be The Rain. NEIL YOUNG LIVE AT MASSEY HALL – CLASSIC RECORDS TREMNDOUSLY RARE AND LIMITED OUT OF PRINT 200 GRAM Sealed 2 LP SET. A musical and sonic treat Young fans would be foolish to pass up. Surely this won’t be in-print forever, so get it while you can! Live recordings don’t get much better than this. Music = 10/11; Sound = 11/11 – Michael Fremer. INCREDIBLE Sound and Music! Given an “official” release by Young’s planned-archive series, this follow-up to his. Live at the Fillmore East. (featuring Crazy Horse) is an all-acoustic, solo outing from January 1971. Only 25 years ago, and with the highs (and lows) of the Buffalo Springfield, CSN&Y and three solo albums under his belt, Neil went home to Canada and delivered a majestic set of just voice and either flat-top guitar or piano. Bootlegged recordings of this tour are infamous among fans and have been passed around for decades. The official mix from his personal tapes is a Godsend, positioning the listener front row center, catching a budding rock legend in his early prime. Mastered by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering from analog master tapes prepared by John Nowland at Neil’s Ranch and pressed on 200-gram vinyl. On The Way Home. Journey Through The Past. A Man Needs A Maid/Heart Of Gold Suite. Cowgirl In The Sand. Don’t Let It Bring You Down. There’s A World. Bad Fog Of Loneliness. The Needle And The Damage Done. See The Sky About To Rain. Down By The River. FILLMORE 1970 – Pressed on 200 gram vinyl by CLASSIC RECORDS! The first release from Neil Youngs long awaited Archive Performance series is Live At The Fillmore East. In 2006, Neil Young delivered another hit album, Living With War, and toured with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Thirty-six years earlier, in 1970, Young toured with CSN&Y and released his platinum album Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, after which he performed a series of shows at New York Citys then-new Fillmore East with his band Crazy Horse. That concert finally made its official debut in the annals of rock history with Live At The Fillmore East, and the circle is unbroken for one of rocks greatest singer-songwriters. The original release charted Top 15 and three Grammy® nominations, including for Best Rock Album, and the music is now available on vinyl. Live At The Fillmore East includes an extended Down By The River and a 16-minute Cowgirl In The Sand (which has previously appeared only on a 90s import). Country barnburner Come On Baby Lets Go Downtown would later be heard on 1975s Tonights The Night live album. Mastered and cut by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood from analog master tapes prepared by John Nowland at Neil Youngs studio, this vinyl package features one 200g heavyweight black-vinyl disc in a Stoughton jacket. Features: 200gm Vinyl LP Stoughton Gatefold Jacket Selections: 1. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere 2. Down By The River 4. Come On Baby Lets Go Downtown 6. NEIL YOUNG PRAIRIE WIND Pressed on 200 gram vinyl 2 LP SET by CLASSIC RECORDS! Prairie Wind is an adventure akin to taking a drive through one’s own life stopping off to revisit old friends and loved ones along the way. For Neil Young fans this album delivers songs that instantly stick in your mind as familiar. Tunes like “Falling Off The Face Of The Earth” and “The Painter” evoke thoughts of introspection that remind us of our humanity and its ultimate fragility. “No Wonder” feels like a early 70’s anthem applied to more recent events while “Far From Home”, with its bluesy harmonic interludes and horn accompaniment, tells a story of fond reminiscence of childhood and growing up. “It’s A Dream” incites one to confront how fleeting our surroundings are and , in a sense, the desire to have them remain as more than “just a memory without anywhere to stay”. The title track weaves the same bluesy harmonica and horn section with a group backup singers to create an eerie and evocative scene. Neil Young has created in “Here for You” possibly the ultimate love song with a pace and harmonica rifts reminiscent of Bob Dylan in the mid 60’s if he’d been in Nashville. “This Old Guitar” is a masterful story of life that is impossible not to relate to in one way or another and features a great backing vocal from Emmy Lou Harris making this tune even more special. “He Was King” is clearly a tribute to Elvis which harkens back to an easier time. The final track “When God Made Me” asks the questions about our humanity we all ponder at some time in our lives. This is an album, dedicated to his father that Neil Young made for himself, his friends and family and is giving, as a gift, to the rest of us. We can all benefit from the insights contained here and possibly gain some important perspectives on life – thanks Neil. Classic Records, in cooperation with Reprise Records and Neil Young are proud to present “Prairie Wind” as a Deluxe 2 LP gatefold edition. Included is an 18 page 12″ x 12″ booklet with lyrics and photos printed with soy based inks on paper that is from sustainable forests and Rain Forest Alliance certified. The LP mastering and cutting was done at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood by Chris Bellman using the original 1/2 analog master tapes with plating and pressing on Classic’s proprietary 200g QUIEX Super Vinyl Profile at RTI. The sound is, to put it bluntly, without compare and sets a new standard for sonic achievement. Is this Grammy worthy? You bet it is. As an added bonus, side 4 of the set is an interview with Neil discussing guitars, equipment, music, musicians and musical arrangers among others things. Not to be missed! Features: 200 Gram Super Vinyl LP Deluxe 2-LP Gatefold Edition 18 page 12″ x 12″ booklet with lyrics and photos Bonus: Side 4 is an interview with Neil Young Selections: LP1 1. Falling Off The Face Of The Earth 4. Far From Home 5. It’s A Dream 6. Here For You LP2 1. This Old Guitar 2. He Was The King 3. When God Made Me 4. An Interview With Neil Young Side b, appox. Pressed on 200 gram vinyl by CLASSIC RECORDS! LIVING WITH WAR IN THE BEGINNINGS. A stripped-down, unpolished version of 2006s Living With War, with choir and overdubs having been jettisoned, delivers an even more powerful, jacked-up conduit of the message. Recorded live in the studio in only two weeks with sparse musical support, its hardly subtle themes and lyrics (Lets Impeach The President) are Youngs personal shock and awe, commenting, as he had swiftly done on the 1969 Kent State killings (Ohio), on the political turmoil in the U. And its war on terrorism. The original version fanned the flames and both doves and hawks were glad when it faded from the news. This new version is bound to keep the heat up for some time. Mastered and cut by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood from the original demo mix master tapes gives this compendium edition a rawer, more edgy sound – similar to other recent NY releases. Additionally, all new gatefold artwork makes this package a natural, must have alternate version of the first release of Living With War in 2006. Features: 200g Super Vinyl Hand Made Selections: 1. After the Garden 2. Living with War 3. The Restless Consumer 4. Shock and Awe 5. Flags of Freedom 7. Let’s Impeach the President 8. Lookin’ for a Leader 9. NEIL YOUNG LIVING WITH WAR 200 gram out of print limited edition LP. Featured in Michael Fremer’s Heavy Rotation in the July 2009 Issue of Stereophile! Excuse me, is this 1969, during the time when Rock bands released an album every nine to twelve months and they were all great? Last summer Neil Young recorded what will likely be remembered as one of his best albums ever in “Prairie Wind” and then eight months later delivers a new protest album that will make, even the most conservative thinkers, rethink the state of the world. Maybe it takes the wisdom of time and experience to drill down to the heart of issues these days instead of the open mindedness of youth as in the past. Instead it is the old man of ROCK AND ROLL that delivers the familiar one two punch that makes people question the course we are on. Regardless of your politics, “Living With War” will rock your world and hit a chord that needs to be struck. These sessions were recorded on 16 track analog tape and mixed to 1/2 inch analog two track master. Cut from the original 1/2 inch analog master tapes at Bernie Grundman mastering in Hollywood with Neil’s direction. Features: 200g Super Vinyl Selections: 1. Living With War 3. Lookin’ For a Leader 9. Roger and Out 10. OTHER 11 MOST AUDIOPHILE TITLES WITHIN THIS COLLECTION WITH 22 SIDES OF VINYL. A Letter Home. 2 180 GRAM LPS + SEVEN 6 Inch Clear Vinyl + CD + DVD + Book. An album of covers recorded at Third Man Record’s restored 1947 recording booth, Nashville. Beautifully made deluxe set includes two 180-gram black vinyl LPs one standard 12″ album LP and one “direct from the booth” audiophile 12″ LP CD, DVD, seven clear vinyl 6 singles, booklet. Old style tip-on jackets, printed inner sleeves. Seventh single features non-album version of Bob Dylan’s “Blowin’ in the Wind”. DVD includes footage of the recording sessions, 12 color booklet is 32 pages. From Neil Young and Reprise Records comes a limited edition deluxe box set of his recent vinyl album. A collection of covers recorded in July 2013 with Jack White at White’s Third Man Records in Nashville. Young describes the album as an unheard collection of rediscovered songs from the past recorded on ancient electro-mechanical technology that captures and unleashes the essence of something that could have been gone forever. Young chose songs that have personal meaning for him, such as British folk artist Bert Jansch’s “Needle of Death” (which inspired Young to write 1972’s “Needle and the Damage Done”), Bob Dylan’s “Girl from the North Country, ” Willie Nelson’s “Crazy, ” Don Everly’s “Wonder If I Care as Much, ” Bruce Springsteen’s “My Home Town, ” and many others. The album begins with Neil recording a spoken letter to his late mother, informing her of his personal and present state of affairs, which sets the tone and atmosphere for the duration of the album. Included in the package is a standard 12-inch album version as well as a “direct from the booth” audiophile 12-inch LP. The included DVD captures scenes of the takes from the recording booth, along with comments from the producers and recording engineers. A Letter Home Intro. Girl From The North Country (Bob Dylan). Needle of Death (Bert Jansch). Early Morning Rain (Gordon Lightfoot). Reasons to Believe (Tim Hardin). On The Road Again Willie Nelson. If You Could Only Read My Mind (Gordon Lightfoot). Since I Met Your Baby (Ivory Joe Hunter). My Hometown (Bruce Springsteen). I Wonder If I Care As Much (Everly Brothers). Sugar Mountain: Live at Canterbury House DOUBLE LP SET. GERMAN Pressing – limited 180 GRAM VINYL In early 2007, Neil Young’s. Live At Massey Hall. Flashback debuted on the Pop chart at No. 6, a stunning success for an archival release. Now greet the arrival of. Sugar Mountain Live At Canterbury House 1968. Another singular installment in the continuing Neil Young Archives Performance Series. One of the greatest singer-songwriters in rock history is heard solo and acoustic at the height of one of the most tumultuous and creative periods ever experienced in both music and culture. On the Way Home. Last Trip to Tulsa. Winterlong /Out of My Mind Intro [Excerpt]. Out of My Mind. If I Could Have Her Tonight. I’ve Been Waiting for You. Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing. Tuning Rap & The Old Laughing Lady Intro. NEIL YOUNG S/T AUDIOPHILE 2009 USA PRESSED Sealed LP – Meticulously transferred from the original analog master tapes using the finest equipment. This is the world’s introduction to bare, totally exposed Neil Young. Having left Buffalo Springfield, his collaboration with Stephen Stills, this 1969 solo debut is an album full of brooding but pretty songs including The Loner. Was one of the first solo records by a rock and roll figure. Though his only album not to chart – “The Loner” is the most memorable track – this is the record that bridged what was and what was to be. Marked the launching point of an illustrious solo career. Produced by Young and his longtime associate David Briggs, Young’s solo debut also continued his association with producer/composer/arranger Jack Nitzsche, with whom he had made “Expecting To Fly” on the. Young’s folk-rock instrumentation is augmented by discreet string parts. Also onboard stylistically is the country and western overtones that were present in Buffalo Springfield’s sound. Instrumentation includes a variety of guitars, pianos, organs and strings. Hearing Neil Young’s debut with the context of having heard 40 years worth of his material, it’s exciting and revealing to literally hear him search for and at least partially settle on his voice on this record. The Emperor Of Wyoming. I’ve Been Waiting For You. The Old Laughing Lady. String Quartet From Whiskey Boot Hill. Here We Are In The Years. What Did You Do To My Life? I’ve Loved Her So Long. The Last Trip To Tulsa. NEIL YOUNG HARVEST AUDIOPHILE 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION PRESSING Sealed LP. Neil Young’s First Four Solo Albums Remastered from the original tapes! Not everything that crosses our desks is recommendable for everyone. It’s just that simple. We’ve heard the test pressings for these landmark titles, and we can say that without question you’ll be. Higher price of Harvest due to meticulous recreation of original jacket. A quadruple Platinum No. Was Neil Young’s fourth solo effort. With the Gold No. 1 “Heart Of Gold, ” Top 40 “Old Man, ” powerful “The Needle And The Damage Done, ” controversial “A Man Needs A Maid” and “Southern Man” companion “Alabama, “. 100 Greatest Albums Of All Time. ” Deceptively laid-back-sounding country-rock plaints like “Out On The Weekend” and the title cut caress the ear unassumingly, pulling you into the more ominous subtext that is present in the rollicking “Are You Ready For The Country. ” As always, Young has an ear for contrasts, laying down heavy rock (“Alabama”) besides his balladry, and even employing the London Symphony Orchestra on the excellent confessional “A Man Needs A Maid. Due to back troubles, Young recorded much of this material while wearing a brace, a fact that seems audible in the tension and unease that underlies the friendly, acoustic surface of this superb release. Out On The Weekend (By Neil Young with The Stray Gators). Harvest (By Neil Young with The Stray Gators). A Man Needs A Maid (By Neil Young with The London Symphony Orchestra). Heart Of Gold (By Neil Young with The Stray Gators). Are You Ready For The Country? (By Neil Young with The Stray Gators). Old Man (By Neil Young with The Stray Gators). There’s A World (By Neil Young with The London Symphony Orchestra). Alabama (By Neil Young with The Stray Gators). Words [Between The Lines Of Age] (By Neil Young with The Stray Gators). NEIL YOUNG After The Gold Rush UK PRESSED BY SIMPLY VINYL MADE OUT OF PRINT LIMITED EDITION LP. OUT OF PRINT FOR A DECADE. In the 15 months between the release Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere and After the Gold Rush , Neil Young issued a series of recordings in different styles that could have prepared his listeners for the differences between the two LPs. But Ohio , a CSNY single, rocked as hard as anything on the second album. After the Gold Rush was recorded with the aid of Nils Lofgren, a 17-year-old unknown whose piano was a major instrument, turning one of the few real rockers, Southern Man (which had unsparing protest lyrics typical of Phil Ochs), into a more stately effort than anything on the previous album and giving a classic tone to the title track, a mystical ballad which featured some of Young’s most imaginative lyrics and became one of his most memorable songs. But much of After the Gold Rush consisted of folk-country love songs, which consolidated the audience Young had earned through his tours and recordings with CSNY; its dark yet hopeful tone matched the tenor of the times in 1970, making it one of the definitive singer/songwriter albums, and it has remained among Young’s major achievements. After the Gold Rush. Only Love Can Break Your Heart. Till the Morning Comes. When You Dance You Can Really Love. I Believe in You. NEIL YOUNG’S Chrome Dreams II. Is Young’s seventh studio album in as many years 2 LP SET. Thirty years after Neil Young’s original 1977. Dreams recording an album that was surprisingly shelved by the record company Young recaptures the fire and diversity of that period. Drawing from three songs written previously and seven new songs, the latest Neil Young includes a wide mix. Acoustic, electric, aggressive, melodic it’s all that and more. Young, with a backing band that includes Crazy Horse drummer Ralph Molina, bassist Rick Rosas and pedal steel guitarist Ben Keith, jams through 10 numbers, including two monster tracks that time out at 18:30 and 13:00. Is Young’s seventh studio album in as many years. NEIL YOUNG A TREASURE 180g 2LP – Live Album Recorded during Neil Young’s 1984 U. 180g Double LP, 3 Sides of Music and an Art Etching on Side 4! Cut at Sterling Sound and Pressed on High-Quality Vinyl at Pallas in Germany! Includes Six Previously Unreleased Tracks! Experience this live, 12-track ablum which includes 6 previously unreleased track recorded with legendary band, The International Harvesters, while on tour in the US in 1984. This Limited-Edition Vinyl pressing is on 180 Gram Double-Disc Vinyl featuring special artwork etched into the fourth side. Neil Young unearths this live country album recorded with the International Harvesters. The 12-track album includes songs recorded during their 1984-85 U. Selections include “Grey Riders” and artists include the late Ben Keith on steel and slide guitar, Rufus Thibodeaux on fiddle, Spooner Oldham and Hargus Robbins on piano, Tim Drummond and Joe Allen on bass, Karl Himmel on drums, Anthony Crawford on guitar, banjo and mandolin among others! The live album captures this iconic artist during a fascinating time in his career, when he was facing criticism and lawsuits from his then current record company for exploring a more traditionally country sound. You can call me erratic, Young said when asked at the time about his tendency toward musical shape-shifting, but Ive been consistent about it, consistently erratic. Always celebrated for his musical versatility, A Treasure, is akin to a sonic time capsule, instantly transporting the listener to the time and place when it was made. I love this record. I hadn’t heard these takes in 25 years, but when we unearthed them co-producer Ben Keith said,’This is a treasure’. Neil Young Features: 180g Double Vinyl Cut at Sterling Sound Pressed on High-Quality Vinyl at Pallas in Germany Mixed and Mastered by Tim Mulligan Previously unreleased tracks Special artwork etched into the fourth side Includes Free Limited Time mp3 Digital Download of the entire album Gatefold Packaging Selections: LP1 – Side One: 1. Are You Ready For the Country? It Might Have Been 4. Bound For Glory 5. Let Your Fingers Do the Walking LP1 – Side Two: 1. Flying On the Ground Is Wrong 2. Soul of a Woman 4. Get Back to the Country LP2 – Side Three: 1. Nothing Is Perfect 3. Grey Riders LP2 – Side Four: Etched Artwork. FACTORY SEALED NEIL YOUNG GREATEST HITS DOUBLE LP SET PLUS 7 INCH SINGLE SUGAR MOUNTAIN/THE LONER BONUS OUT OF PRINT RELEASE. NOW OUT OF PRINT AND ONE OF THE LAST SEALED COPIES LEFT IN THE WORLD. Pressed on 180g vinyl at Pallas! Neil Young’s first ever greatest-hits collection, Greatest Hits is a long-awaited retrospective from one of rock’s most influential and enduring singer-songwriters. With 16 selections spanning his career since 1969, Greatest Hits features some of the greatest hits of rock’n’roll, period. A 16 song, 180 gram vinyl 2-LP greatest hits collection, compiled from the Reprise catalog and covers the years from 1969 to 1992. This package includes a 45rpm 2-song 7 single, which features a mono version of Sugar Mountain and a stereo version of The Loner. This collection was assembled and prepared by John Knowland, at Neil Young’s Redwood Ranch Studios. The meticulous studio work presented in this collection ensures that this is the very best these songs have ever sounded. For the collection, 30 IPS, flat tape copies of tracks 1-14, were assembled from the original analog masters. Tracks 15 and 16 were transferred from up-converted 176.4/24 bit digital masters created from the original lower res. The 45rpm 2-song 7 single is an exclusive bonus to this vinyl package and was cut from the original 2-track masters and is not available on the CD or DVD- Audio versions of this release. Features: 180g Vinyl Double LP + 7″ Vinyl Disc Pressed at Pallas Stoughton paper-wrapped jacket Bonus 7″ disc in Jacket with special paper stock Selections: 1. Down By The River – from Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, 1969 2. Cowgirl In The Sand – from Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, 1969 3. Cinnamon Girl – from Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, 1969 4. Helpless – with Crosby, Stills and Nash, from Déjà Vu, 1970 5. After The Gold Rush – from After The Goldrush, 1970 6. Only Love Can Break Your Heart – from After The Goldrush, 1970 7. Southern Man – from After The Goldrush, 1970 8. Ohio – with Crosby, Stills and Nash, from Four Way Street, 1971 9. The Needle and the Damage Done – from Harvest, 1972 10. Old Man – from Harvest, 1972 11. Heart Of Gold – from Harvest, 1972 12. Like A Hurricane – from American Stars’n’ Bars, 1977 13. Comes A Time – from Comes A Time, 1978 14. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) – from Rust Never Sleeps, 1979 15. Rockin’ In The Free World – from Freedom, 1989 16. Harvest Moon – from Harvest Moon, 1992 7 Vinyl Disc: a. Sugar Mountain (mono) b. NEIL YOUNG Are You Passionate? VAPOR/WARNER BROTHERS GERMAN PRESSED RARE NEW LP – PRESSED BY WARNER BROTHERS MUSIC EUROPE VAPOR RECORDS 2002. A DECADE OUT OF PRINT. High definition analog vinyl pressing for superior fidelity. The nicest thing you can do for your stylus and ears. The ultimate record the way music was meant to be heard. To protect the covers from damage. Once inside the our wherehouse we then protectively seal the title in a loose re-sealable plastic cover to ensure the quality of the product. This title is brand new & never played condition. Don’t Miss out BECAUSE THIS TITLE IS NOW CURRENTLY OUT OF PRINT AND COULD BE GONE FOREVER. This pressing jacket has a ding in the lower left hand corner of the jacket. & TYPE IN NYOUNG INTO THE SEARCH FIELD WITHIN OUR STORES SECTION AS YOUR PERSONAL CODE AND ALL INDIVIDUAL TITLES + INFORMATION WILL APPEAR. Well, he’s done it again. Throughout the last 30+ years, Neil’s made a career out of zigging when people expect him to zag, and Are You Passionate? Following a live album from the 2000 “Friends & Relatives” tour, an acoustic-folk album in “Silver & Gold, ” and spring 2001 studio sessions with Crazy Horse (for a project tentatively titled “Toast”), this one seems to have come out of nowhere. Some have said this album sounds like something out of his eccentric’80s catalog, where the bouncing around from genre to genre was the most pronounced. However, granted that some of those albums have their merits, this one is much stronger on all fronts. Backed by Stax house band Booker T. & The MG’s for most of this album, Neil dives head-first into’60s soul, and you can hear echoes of the old Stax sound in several of the tracks here. The opener, “You’re My Girl, ” is a classic example, referencing a handful of’60s classics but written from the perspective of a man who’s grown up and now faces an increasingly empty nest at home. Neil has explained this during his 2002 concert tour with CSNY as a song he wrote for his daughter, Amber Jean (who also had a song written for her during the’84 International Harvester period), whom he used to drive to school every day and has always loved the motown sound. My favorite cuts on the album come next, in Mr. ” You can see Neil gently swaying back and forth on a stool with “Old Black in his hands as he weaves through both of these tunes, the lyrics of which continue the theme of the reflections of an older man on his storied past. “Don’t Say You Love Me” is another slow-rolling smoothie, and the first of three tracks on this album that were debuted on the 2001 European tour with Crazy Horse. The second is “Goin’ Home, ” which comes to us from the same portion of Neil’s mind as the classics “Like a Hurricane” and Cortez the Killer. This one was an instant classic when performed live, and it’s unfortunate that the studio version (even with the Crazy Horse lineup) lacks a lot of the punch the live version had. “When I Hold You In My Arms” sounds much more like the drifting ballad it was originally (anyone who saw Farm Aid last year on CMT got a preview of this). Lyrically it’s representative of the new direct approach Neil’s taken with his songwriting – you won’t find anything as deep as some of the older albums, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing: this new style fits the music well can you see the lyrics to Ambulance Blues going along with an r&b/soul type of sound? “Two Old Friends” has been another staple in the CSNY setlists of this year, stuck right in between “Long Time Gone” and “Woodstock” – that oughta tell you how confident Neil is about it, and I agree – it’s another of my favorites from the album. “Let’s Roll” works really well in a live concert setting, however I wonder what that will sound like several years down the road. “Ohio” has had a long life and still applies – let’s all hope that “Let’s Roll” won’t. This song has caught a lot of flack from a lot of people – it seems you either love it or you hate it. While I’m not a fan of some of the George W. Bush style lyrics, I still think it’s a decent song, just a little out of place on this album. Overall I think this album will go over well for fans of the Booker T. Sound, as well as anyone who wants to hear Neil doing something different yet again. Far from the days of “Landing On Water” and “Everybody’s Rockin’, ” Neil turns in a beauty here. You’re My Girl. (Quit) Don’t Say You Love Me. When I Hold You in My Arms. She’s a Healer. NEIL YOUNG FORK IN THE ROAD 180 GRAM LIMITED EDITION LP. Rock & Roll Hall of famer Neil Young is stirring things up again. This time he is rolling down the road not only with an auto-centric concept album but with his own electric ride. Fork In the Road, whose largely ecocar themed songs he has debuted in concert, will get a promotional push from the 1959 Lincoln Continental Young has converted to hybrid technology and which he plans to drive to Washington, D. With Fork In The Road as current as the headlines, the controversial and mad-as-hell Neil Young is still rockin’ the free world and once more is taking the road less traveled. Features: 180g Vinyl Pressed at Pallas Gatefold Stoughton Paper-Wrapped Jacket Selections: 1. When Worlds Collide 2. Just Singing A Song 4. Cough Up the Bucks 6. Get Behind the Wheel 7. Off the Road 8. Hit the Road 9. Light a Candle 10. Fork In the Road. Check out Mymusicfix for additional Audiophile Vinyl. To view our current items up on E-Bay. Mymusicfix has been told we have the best collection of Rare, Out of Print music collectibles on E-Bay. Cllp boxset nyoung DOLP. NEIL YOUNG & CRAZYHORSE ZUMA RARE Analog Euro LIMITED EDITION LP. This record featured his backing band Crazy Horse on seven of the nine tracks, but it was a much more polished approach than Young’s previous three albums. All in all, this one qualifies as another of the many classic Neil Young records. Don’t Cry No Tears. Lookin’ For A Love. & TYPE IN NYOUNG INTO THE SEARCH FIELD WITHIN OUR STORES SECTION AS YOUR PERSONAL CODE FOR ALL INDIVIDUAL TITLES + INFORMATION WILL APPEAR. The free listing tool. After Neil Young left the California folk-rock band Buffalo Springfield in 1968, he slowly established himself as one of the most influential and idiosyncratic singer/songwriters of his generation. Young’s body of work ranks second only to Bob Dylan in terms of depth, and he was able to sustain his critical reputation, as well as record sales, for a longer period of time than Dylan, partially because of his willfully perverse work ethic. From the beginning of his solo career in the late’60s through to the 21st century, he never stopped writing, recording, and performing; his official catalog only represented a portion of his work, since he kept countless tapes of unreleased songs in his vaults. Just as importantly, Young continually explored new musical territory, from rockabilly and the blues to electronic music. But these stylistic exercises only gained depth when compared to his two primary styles: gentle folk and country-rock, and crushingly loud electric guitar rock, which he frequently recorded with the Californian garage band Crazy Horse. Throughout his career, Young alternated between these two extremes, and both proved equally influential; there were just as many singer/songwriters as there were grunge and country-rock bands claiming to be influenced by Neil Young. Despite his enormous catalog and influence, Young continued to move forward, writing new songs and exploring new music. That restless spirit ensured that he was one of the few rock veterans as vital in his old age as he was in his youth. Born in Toronto, Canada, Neil Young moved to Winnipeg with his mother following her divorce from his sports journalist father. Young began playing music in high school. Not only did he play in garage rock outfits like the Esquires, but he also played in local folk clubs and coffeehouses, where he eventually met Joni Mitchell and Stephen Stills. By 1966, he joined the Mynah Birds, which also featured bassist Bruce Palmer and Rick James. The group recorded an album’s worth of material for Motown, none of which was released at the time. Frustrated by his lack of success, Young moved to Los Angeles in his Pontiac hearse, taking Palmer along as support. Shortly after they arrived in L. They happened to meet Stills, and they formed Buffalo Springfield, who quickly became one of the leaders of the Californian folk-rock scene. Despite the success of Buffalo Springfield, the group was plagued with tension, and Young quit the band several times before finally leaving to become a solo artist in May of 1968. Hiring Elliot Roberts as his manager, Young signed with Reprise Records and released his eponymous debut album in early 1969. By the time the album was released, he had begun playing with a local band called the Rockets, which featured guitarist Danny Whitten, bassist Billy Talbot, and drummer Ralph Molina. Young renamed the group Crazy Horse and had them support him on his second album, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, which was recorded in just two weeks. Featuring such Young staples as “Cinnamon Girl” and “Down by the River, ” the album went gold. Following the completion of the record, he began jamming with Crosby, Stills & Nash, eventually joining the group for their spring 1970 album, Déjà Vu. Although he was now part of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Young continued to record as a solo artist, releasing After the Gold Rush in August, 1970. After the Gold Rush, with its accompanying single “Only Love Can Break Your Heart, ” established Young as a solo star, and fame only increased through his association with CSN&Y. Although Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young were a very successful act, they were also volatile, and they had split by the spring 1971 release of the live Four Way Street. The following year, Young had his first number one album with the mellow country-rock of Harvest, which also featured his first (and only) number one single, Heart of Gold. Instead of embracing his success, he spurned it, following it with the noisy, bleak live film Journey Through the Past. Both the movie and its soundtrack received terrible reviews, as did the live Time Fades Away, an album recorded with the Stray Gators that was released in 1973. Both Journey Through the Past and Time Fades Away signaled that Young was entering a dark period in his life, but they only scratched the surface of his anguish. Inspired by the overdose deaths of Danny Whitten in 1972 and his roadie Bruce Berry the following year, Young wrote and recorded the bleak, druggy Tonight’s the Night late in 1973, but declined to release it at the time. Instead, he released On the Beach, which was nearly as harrowing, in 1974; Tonight’s the Night finally appeared in the spring of 1975. By the time of its release, Young had recovered, as indicated by the record’s hard-rocking follow-up, Zuma, an album recorded with Crazy Horse and released later that year. Young’s focus began to wander in 1976, as he recorded the duet album Long May You Run with Stephen Stills and then abandoned his partner midway through the supporting tour. The following year he recorded the country-rock-oriented American Stars’n Bars, which featured vocals by Nicolette Larson, who was also prominent on 1978’s Comes a Time. Prior to the release of Comes a Time, Young scrapped the country-rock album Homegrown and assembled the triple-album retrospective Decade. At the end of 1978, he embarked on an arena tour called Rust Never Sleeps, which was designed as a showcase for new songs. Half of the concert featured Young solo, the other half featured him with Crazy Horse. That was the pattern that Rust Never Sleeps, released in the summer of 1979, followed. The record was hailed as a comeback, proving that Young was one of the few rock veterans who attacked punk rock head-on. That fall he released the double album Live Rust and the live movie Rust Never Sleeps. Rust Never Sleeps restored Young to his past glory, but he perversely decided to trash his goodwill in 1980 with Hawks & Doves, a collection of acoustic songs that bore the influence of conservative, right-wing politics. In 1981, Young released the heavy rock album Reactor, which received poor reviews. Young decided to push his Geffen contract to the limit, releasing the electronic Trans in January 1983, where his voice was recorded through a computerized vocoder. The album and its accompanying technology-dependent tour were received with bewildered, negative reviews. The rockabilly of Everybody’s Rockin’ (1983) was equally scorned, and Young soon settled into a cult audience for the mid-’80s. Over the course of the mid-’80s, Young released three albums that were all stylistic exercises. In 1985, he released the straight country Old Ways, which was followed by the new wave-tinged Landing on Water the following year. His first album for Reprise was the bluesy, horn-driven This Note’s for You, which was supported by an acclaimed video that satirized rock stars endorsing commercial products. At the end of the year, he recorded a reunion album with Crosby, Stills & Nash called American Dream, which was greeted with savagely negative reviews. American Dream didn’t prepare any observer for the critical and commercial success of 1989’s Freedom, which found Young following the half-acoustic/half-electric blueprint of Rust Never Sleeps to fine results. Around the time of its release, Young became a hip name to drop in indie rock circles, and he was the subject of a tribute record titled The Bridge in 1989. The following year, Young reunited with Crazy Horse for Ragged Glory, a loud, feedback-drenched album that received his strongest reviews since the’70s. For the supporting tour, Young hired the avant rock band Sonic Youth as his opening group, providing them with needed exposure while earning him hip credibility within alternative rock scenes. On the advice of Sonic Youth, Young added the noise collage EP Arc as a bonus to his 1991 live album, Weld. Weld and the Sonic Youth tour helped position Neil Young as an alternative and grunge rock forefather, but he decided to abandon loud music for its 1992 follow-up, Harvest Moon. An explicit sequel to his 1972 breakthrough, Harvest Moon became Young’s biggest hit in years, and he supported the record with an appearance on MTV Unplugged, which was released the following year as an album. Also in 1993, Geffen released the rarities collection Lucky Thirteen. The following year, he released Sleeps with Angels, which was hailed as a masterpiece in some quarters. Following its release, Young began jamming with Pearl Jam, eventually recording an album with the Seattle band in early 1995. The resulting record, Mirror Ball, was released to positive reviews in the summer of 1995, but it wasn’t the commercial blockbuster it was expected to be; due to legal reasons, Pearl Jam’s name was not allowed to be featured on the cover. In the summer of 1996, he reunited with Crazy Horse for Broken Arrow and supported it with a brief tour. That tour was documented in Jim Jarmusch’s 1997 film The Year of the Horse, which was accompanied by a double-disc live album. In 1999, Young reunited with Crosby, Stills & Nash for the first time in a decade, supporting their Looking Forward LP with the supergroup’s first tour in a quarter century. A new solo effort, Silver & Gold, followed in the spring of 2000. In recognition of his 2000 summer tour, Young released the live album Road Rock, Vol. 1 the following fall, showcasing a two-night account of Young’s performance at the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Morrison, Colorado, in September 2000. A DVD version titled Red Rocks Live was issued that December, including 12 tracks initially unavailable on Road Rock, Vol. His next studio project was his most ambitious yet, a concept album about small-town life titled Greendale that he also mounted as a live dramatic tour and indie film. In early 2005, Young was diagnosed with a potentially deadly brain aneurysm. Undergoing treatment didn’t slow him down, however, as he continued to write and record his next project. The acoustically based Prairie Wind appeared in the fall, with the concert film Heart of Gold, based around the album and directed by Jonathan Demme, released in 2006. That year also saw the release of the controversial CD/DVD Living with War, a collection of protest songs against the war in Iraq that featured titles such as “Let’s Impeach the President, ” “Shock and Awe, ” and Lookin’ for a Leader. Restless, prolific, and increasingly self-referential, Young issued Chrome Dreams II late in 2007 and the car-themed Fork in the Road in 2009. Later in 2009, Young finally released the first installment in his long-rumored Archives series, Archives, Vol. 1, a massive first volume that combined over ten CD and DVD discs in a single box. As he was prepping Archives, Vol. 2, Young entered the studio with producer Daniel Lanois and recorded Le Noise, which appeared in the fall of 2010. All done in the classic Harvest style. International Buyers Please Note. FACTORY SEALED OUT OF PRINT PRODUCT is IRREPLACEABLE and therefore NOT RETURNABLE. International Buyers are responsible for their countrys. The item “NEIL YOUNG CLASSIC RECORDS SET + OTHER AUDIOPHILE & LP BONUSES 32 SIDES OF VINYL” is in sale since Friday, March 27, 2015. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “mymusicfix2″ and is located in Lake Forest, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
    • Genre: Rock
    • Style: Rock ‘n’ Roll
    • Record Size: 12″
    • Duration: LP
    • Special Attributes: 180 – 220 gram
    • Record Label: CLASSIC RECORDS & OTHER LABELS
    • Release Year: VARIOUS YEARS
    • Speed: 33 RPM
    • Country of Manufacture: United States

    NEIL YOUNG CLASSIC RECORDS SET + OTHER AUDIOPHILE & LP BONUSES 32 SIDES OF VINYL

  2. Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint

    January 10, 2016 by admin

    Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint
    Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint
    Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint
    Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint
    Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint

    Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint
    For sale is an amazing sounding vinyl box set of Neil Young’s Greendale. Pressing on 200 gram vinyl by Classic Records and recorded all analog, These Box sets where limited in number and are hard to find. This set is complete with NM 3 LPs, booklet, unused sticker, green 45 disc, and original cellophane with Classic Record labels. This set is like new. The sound quality of the recording and mastering is amazing. A must for Neil Young fans. The item “Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint” is in sale since Saturday, January 09, 2016. This item is in the category “Music\Records”. The seller is “jpthemusicman” and is located in Nepean, Ontario. This item can be shipped to Canada, to United States.
    • Genre: Rock
    • Style: Alternative/Indie
    • Record Size: 12″
    • Duration: Triple LP
    • Record Grading: Near Mint (NM or M-)
    • Sleeve Grading: Near Mint (NM or M-)
    • Special Attributes: 180 – 220 gram
    • Release Year: 2004
    • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
    • Speed: 33RPM
    • Artist: Neil Young
    • Format: Vinyl
    • Release Date: 20041116
    • Record Label: Classic Records
    • UPC: 601704101118

    Neil Young Greendale LP Box Set (200 gram vinyl Classic Records) Near Mint