Sonntag, Mai 29, 2022

Thrasher's Wheat

An unofficial news blog for Neil Young fans from Thrasher's Wheat with concert and album updates, reviews, analysis, and other Rock & Roll ramblings. Separating the wheat from the chaff since 1996.
  1. "TOAST":  Neil Young Unreleased 2001 Album w/ Crazy Horse As mentioned here over the years, the elusive unreleased 2001 album by Neil Young w/ Crazy Horse "TOAST" may eventually see the light of day and the ears of rusties. Per Warner Music, release date is now set for  8th July, 2022 A 7-song unreleased album from Neil Young and Crazy Horse, recorded at Toast studio in San Francisco in late
  2. Ragged Glory : Massive Discoveries in the vault! | NYABack in 2018, Neil Young announced that a new, extended Ragged Glory edition will be titled ‘smell the horse,’ with four added tracks.Subsequently, we learned that Ragged Glory II, will be a the double album, released as a stand alone LP in vinyl, CD and High resolution digital. "We are presenting this in all analog for the first time,
  3. "Toast" by Neil Young w/ Crazy Horse “It's got everything that the best Crazy Horse albums have had.” - Neil  Back in 2021, we covered the news that Neil Young had shared some deeply personal feelings on the unreleased 2001 album "Toast" with Crazy Horse.  Similar to the long unreleased  album "Homegrown" - which Neil felt was too personal to release back in the 1970's --  "Toast" it seems was
  4.  Graham Nash Photo by Gareth CattermoleA rather provocative and semi-controversial interview with  Graham Nash on groupies, feuds, divorce and ego from The Guardian | ‘There was an enormous amount of drugs being taken’ by Simon Hattenstone. (thanks Thos!)But the real story isn't the published headline but what was the original draft headline which you can find by hovering over the URL.We will not
  5. Bert in Blind River, Canada We've all heard the song "Long May You Run" by Neil Young countless times by now, as well as,  the back story behind the song.Briefly, "Mort" -- the 1948 Buick Hearse in which  Neil transported the bands equipment --  broke down near Blind River, Ontario.  "Mort" - 1948 Buick Roadmaster hearse Ken Koblun, Neil Young, Bob Clark. Fort William, Ontario, April 1965 Photo

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