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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. “See The Sky About To Rain” | Neil Young Archives  (Click photo to enlarge) An unreleased 1971 Stray Gators outtake of “See The Sky About To Rain” is now available on Neil Young Archives.From April 15, 1971, this is the first released outtake from the Nashville sessions at Quadrafonic Sound Studios and co-produced by Elliot Mazer. The Johnny Cash Show | NYA Also, per New This Week | NYA:"Thanks
  2. "Almost Cut My Hair"  Stills, Crosby, Young & Nash - 1974 As so many remebered the life of  David Crosby: 1941 - 2023 since his passing last week, the range of tributes to "Croz" here from so many great musicians, writers, fans and others remembering David Crosby’s massive influence on the music from the 1960's and onward.  The following Comment of the Moment makes it highly self evident that
  3. Neil Young w/ Crazy Horse - Germany 2001 (Click photo to enlarge)  From Times-Contrarian | Neil Young Archives comes word that a new Neil Young w/ Crazy Horse concert film has been discovered and prepared for release.  THE VIBE: Neil Young w/ Crazy Horse Times-Contrarian | Neil Young Archives   1-24-23As the one who has supposedly seen every Crazy Horse filmed performance so far, I was stunned
  4. David CrosbyArtist Unknown? (Click photo to enlarge) Last week, we lost David Crosby: 1941 - 2023.We were staggered by the range of tributes to "Croz" here from so many great musicians, writers, fans and others remembering David Crosby’s massive influence on the music from the 1960's and onward. What becomes highly self evident is  that given all of "his issues", he loved the music and it was
  5. David Crosby: 1941 - 2023  Last week, we lost David Crosby: 1941 - 2023.We were staggered by the range of tributes to "Croz" here from so many great musicians, writers, fans and others remembering David Crosby’s massive influence on the music from the 1960's and onward. What becomes highly self evident is  that given all of "his issues", he loved the music and it was really an all encompassing

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