The artistic reemergence hinted at on Neil Young's bluesy 1988 return to Reprise Records, 'This Note's for You,' was realized a year later with 'Freedom' -- his most varied, most topical, most complete work since the '70s.
Neil Young has set the record straight regarding a widespread rumor that he recorded duets album with Jack White. The folk-rock legend posted a note on his Facebook page Wednesday to let fans know he and the ex-White Stripes frontman will not be singing together on his next release.
Unlike Bob Dylan's similarly themed 'Bootleg Series,' the various volumes in Neil Young's 'Archives' haven't stretched out much. Aside from 2009's massive early-career box set and a couple of later concert documents, the albums in Young's ongoing series mostly have been live shows from the first few years of his solo period.
Neil Young will soon be treating fans to a new installment of his Archives Performance Series, a collection of live recordings from a fall 1970 engagement he played at the famed Cellar Door club in Washington, D.C.
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