Tag: Neil Young
Neil Young, “Young Shakespeare”
The unofficial sister record to “Live at Massey Hall 1971” is a brilliant summation of the era’s folk movement.
Neil Young Weighs in on Last Week’s Insurrection at the Capitol
“There is no place here for White Supremacy. People need each other to be truly free. Hatred will never find Freedom.”
Neil Young Sues Donald Trump for Copyright Infringement, Posts Legal Complaint to His Website
Young looks to collect after years of Trump playing his songs at campaign rallies.
Lorde, R.E.M., Sia, and Jason Isbell Among Artists Uniting Against Politicians Hijacking Their Music
Neil Young is considering slapping Trump with a lawsuit over the practice.
WATCH: Neil Young Shares “Shut It Down 2020” for the COVID-19 Era
The rock legend updated the “Colorado” track to reflect where we’re at now.
FLOOD Essentials: October 2019 feat. Nick Cave, Wilco, Kim Gordon, and More
Here’s what’s good.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse, “Colorado”
While most legacy rockers are hitting the road rather than bothering to write new music, Young refuses to stop inventing.
WATCH: Neil Young Plays “On the Beach” for the First Time in a Long Time
Young rolled out the classic cut at a show in Antwerpen, Belgium.
Elliot Roberts (1943-2019): Swimming in the Ether
The late manager of Neil Young and Joni Mitchell went deep with his artists.
WATCH: Neil Young Plays on at BottleRock Napa Valley After Sound Is Cut
His band soldiered through “Rockin’ in the Free World” after the local curfew cut them off.
Neil Young Announces New 1973 Live Album “Tuscaloosa”
The eleven-song set was captured at the University of Alabama with band Stray Gators.
PLAYLIST: Greys Soundtrack Their Own Cerebral Psych Cinema
The Toronto post-hardcore outfit tease their cinematic fourth album with a wildly diverse track list of influences.
Neil Young + Promise of the Real, “The Visitor”
Shakey’s response to Trump is one that the USA desperately needs.
Easy Rider: Gemma Thompson of Savages Goes Behind Her Score for “Along for the Ride”
The Savages guitarist walks us through the making and spirit of her score for Nick Ebeling’s new Dennis Hopper documentary.
PREMIERE: Rob Grote of The Districts Covers Neil Young for Original Tracks
As well as “Ordinary Day,” from “Popular Manipulations.”
Neil Young, “Peace Trail”
Perhaps it doesn’t rate as a classic, but in “Peace Trail” ol’ Neil has put forward an honest and open series of stories on the state of the day that, instead of inciting rage, offer a gentle listen encouraging self-reflection.
Distant Camera: Henry Diltz’s Portraits of Neil Young, 1966–1975
The legendary rock photographer shares intimate shots of one of his greatest subjects.
Tired Eyes: An Appreciation of Neil Young’s Ditch Trilogy
Reeling from the overdose deaths of guitarist Danny Whitten and roadie Bruce Berry, Neil Young entered the darkest—and perhaps most compelling—period of his career.
PREMIERE: The Warlocks Are Good Dogs in the Video for “Lonesome Bulldog”
The psych stalwarts’s seventh album, “Songs From the Pale Eclipse,” is out September 2 via Cleopatra Records.
Shakey Tales: Getting Lost Again on Neil Young’s “Human Highway”
While still riding the wave of what could possibly have been the greatest run of recorded music in rock and roll history, Neil Young decided to make a movie. And not just any movie. A movie so strange that it barely saw the light of day—until now.
Announcing FLOOD 4, Available Now for Physical Purchase and Free Download
Featuring cover stories on Neil Young and Dr. Steve Brule.
Neil Young: All Alone the Captain Stands
If anyone’s earned the right to rest on their laurels, it’s Neil Young. But with a new album—scratch that, “ear movie”—out and his Pono music player steadily gaining traction, he’s finally free to do what he wants: save the world.
LIVE: Stephen Stills and Neil Young Light Up the Blues with Friends and Family at the Pantages (5/21/16)
The fourth annual benefit for Autism Speaks was an all-star affair underscoring the healing power of rockin’ in the free world. Stephen’s daughter, Alex Stills, reports.
“I Can Walk!”: What to Watch/Listen/Read/Do for Earth Day
Yeah, yeah, every day is Earth Day. But do you make time to watch “Dr. Strangelove” every day? Didn’t think so.
Saddle Up the Palomino: For Two Nights Only, Neil Fest Is Headed for New York
Ryan Adams, Sharon Van Etten, Charles Bradley, Elvis Perkins, Norah Jones, Body/Head, and plenty more thrashers will roll by, with further additions to come.
Advice From Paradise: Love Advice (and Music) from Nedelle Torrisi
This week: how to cope with deciding not to date, and forming platonic relationships.
Neil Young + Promise of the Real, “The Monsanto Years”
Neil Young is at the head of his congregation once again.
True North Strong and Free: FLOOD’s Favorite Canadians
That’s it! Back to Winnipeg!