35 Burst results for "Neil Young"
Paul Simon Sells Catalog to Sony Music Publishing
"Simon was selling his song catalog. Yeah, he's joined the ranks of some other music greats. I think you and I talked about Bob Dylan. Not that long ago, but Paul Simon has has done the same. He sold his entire song catalog to Sony Music. And the deal that the terms of that were not disclosed, But you know the same with Bob Dylan when Bob Dylan's sold his. It was estimated to be about three worth about $300 million, so you can kind of guess Paul Simon's probably in that same neighborhood, But Neil Young did this recently. Stevie Nicks has done this, and it's kind of joining these music greats that are selling off their their song catalog. So we'll see what happens there. You know, when Neil Young did it, he was very specific about these cannot be in jingles. Thieves cannot be. He had some rules about what couldn't could not happen to his songs. So we'll see. I think more will emerge about about Paul Simon here. But when you think about, you know the late fifties, when he started with Art Garfunkel, just the body of work since then, that's a lot of music.
Paul Simon sells song catalog to Sony Music Publishing
"A popular musician is joining the ranks of artists to sell off their music catalogs financial terms of the deal are not being announced but it's pretty clear that Paul Simon will not be poorer by selling off his musical story he's reached a deal with Sony music publishing selling office six decades of music including some of the biggest hits of all time the music collection dates back from his time with Simon and Garfunkel all the way down to his solo efforts Simon has won sixteen Grammys during his career he's known for hits like the boxer bridge over troubled water and the sound of silence he joins a growing list of artists who have sold all or part of the catalogs including acts like Bob Dylan Shapiro's Stevie Nicks and Neil Young I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Neil Youngs Lost Classics
"It's neil young's archives volume two thousand nine hundred seventy two two nine hundred seventy six. We have with us ed martos. Andy greene rob sheffield and david brown to talk about this box. Set andy maybe set us up with both the significance of neil young's archives as a thing. Judging by this rate. I guess he is about ten more archives at least to go and then also just this incredible period. I think this is one of my personal one of my favorite periods by any artist. Ever so they have a box focusing on. It is pretty dreamlike. But andy go. It's a really amazing thing. 'cause back in the eighties. He started talking about archives of box sets and it was every interview he gave for years. But he didn't put it out intil. Two thousand seven endows the start of his career through harvest which is great stuff but my favorite period is the mid seventies and this is the period when he wrote songs at a psychotic rate. He wrote songs so fast that there are many albums that he shelved completely and he finally did the seventy two to seventy six. It's ten cds. There sixty three songs had never been heard before which is astounding because skied an album. Or two for your back than antes released the time since then. So this is the mother load of sort of the four best years maybe of his career at a songwriter. And when you think of it being the best four years of one of the best players of all time you start to grasp the significance of this project rob. Maybe you can explain. I presume you agree that this was certainly a peak period enough to agree that peak period for neil. What's great about this period for you of new young. Well this is a period. Where he what is most oft quoted lines ever where he got tired of the middle of the road and he headed for the ditch
Kansas City Chiefs place Britt Reid on administrative leave
"By the Kansas City Chiefs about a coach involved in a car crash outside the team's practice center last week, leaving a five year old girl in critical condition. A B C's check secrets him with the latest outside linebackers coach Britt Reid has been placed on administrative leave following last Thursday's accident. A statement from the chief's says there's still gathering information are cooperating with police and are focused on the critically injured girl era. Neil Young and her family offering support and resource is, reports say. Reid told police he had two or three drinks before hitting two cars with his pickup truck, injuring two girls.
Neil Young sells 50% of publishing rights to his entire song catalog to UK investment fund
"Has sold a half share of the rights to his entire catalog of more than 1100 songs to a London investment firm. Hypnosis songs Fun Founder of the company says he bought his first Neil Young album Harvest when he was seven. It's the third music deal for the company after reaching agreements with Fleetwood Mac, guitarist Lindsey Buckingham and legendary producer Jimmy Iovine.
REIGNY DAY FINALE
"All right big announcement. I told you there is an announcement. Maybe you heard. Maybe it would hurt. Because i think this probably only place. I'm going to say it. This is going to be the last rainy day podcast because i am abandoning zach. I'm abandoning the rain. And i'm leaving. I have taken a job In detroit or for the red wings and tigers. I won't be broadcasting games. I'm hoping to maybe keep doing that. But let's not get another personal stuff. Because i think it's better to burn out than fade away. Neil young one said. And so i know what you're wondering. Now who's gonna fill in In join zack. As he continues up these pains. And i don't know i don't know I don't know what will happen. What are you thinking right now. I mean i mean how could we possibly replace you It's been raining in ontario for the last year and a half. It's finally going to be sunny day without the rainy day. Podcast starting in twenty twenty one So bittersweet you know we had a great run. Here was excited to keep it going. But i'm looking forward to some some time away from the from the microphone busy good. This became a simon and garfunkel situation. And yes. I am. The paul simon in this group and will likely go on to be wildly successful whereas zach will have mrs robinson and that's about it as as far as his hits go. I'm moving on out. I will get into a few things in a sack. But i another thing. You're thinking as who's going to call the ring games. And i think it's gotta be used back and i know everyone's like well that can't call the games second kagame. He's never called a hockey game before bites little. Do you know zach as a matter of one time hopped on the mike in called. Play by play for the terreaux fire. Department verse d. n. y. Game and i have a couple of clips from that game to an active. Going gonna put these on. I'm going to put him on to just give you a feel for what's coming out the bye-bye now you guys may have you thinking. Wow we liked listening again. It was pretty okay on the games but it is. I think going to add a level of excitement. So here's just one clip. That i'll play now. Sixteen seconds left on the clock on panthers on. This is the most exhilarating game i've seen in my life. The sixteen bazan italians are going berserk. We had seven seven game. Twelve point four on the clock here at citizens business bank arena. What a saturday afternoon. Matinee team home crowd atmosphere s really pushed antero odd. Ny sdn y they. They might be a little bit rattled hearing this timid visiting atmosphere. S some there. I mean you future in this. I mean i'm used to calling games with sixteen or less people at them. So that's that's me up well to do this during a pandemic it's So that's one thing in my favor Like color man from that game is a one time rainy day. Podcast guest mas- mcelroy. I'm sure he would up and leave his current job with vegas come back and be the rain kellerman unpaid of course as you can tell by his performance in that obviously wouldn't pay him to do color I think he would probably leave in a heartbeat to that. So the tandems there. I mean the the obvious answers in place with myself on play by play nat color. So we'll see you know maybe Maybe i do have a few. Maybe though You know some other. Nhl teams here that call on this rainy day. Podcast they want me to call. Nhl games and the rain are still looking. I don't know you leave as well. Yeah maybe you know that could volt. Nbc job doc. Emrick guy retired. Maybe they hear this. They just kind of me up to that job So something to think about moving forward. So let's wrap up here. i do you know. There's a lot of people that i like. That i've said to so i'm not gonna do it here But this podcast has been an absolute blast. And so i do want to thank everyone who has lessons This is been a ton of fun of once. We got into the rhythm of it. And i think we did a good thing here with this. I'm really gonna miss call in the ring games like calling the game. Not being able to do that consistently is very bitter sweet. I guess it's just bitter. It's not sweet leaving bittersweet but calling. The game's not not being able to do that next year. It's tough But the just gonna be here. And i'm not going to get into because it's really not any your business you listeners. But i But i am going to miss all of you. I love doing this. Podcast and i love working for the rain and you never know. Maybe i'll see again. Maybe i won't But i just thank you for listening and we have had a lot of fun doing this. Podcast i think zach. Have you know. I have a lot of funded. Didn't really know what to expect when a lot better than it did. In our trial run in two thousand eighteen nineteen so is it was really cool to kind of see what it turned into to be able to have some really cool guests on some of our our players our top prospects you know sharing some stories and having fun. I thought that we took it in our own direction. Didn't care what anyone else thought. And i liked that. We had the chance to do that. Yeah i agree so again. Thank you to all of you. Thank you to our supporters of his reign staff year. And darren glenn we're We're big supporters and in the as well mike and kelly cheesman was big friend of the program we We always appreciated that support. But we're going to put this thing to bed. The rainy day podcast is gonna go out of the world just like it came in which is very mysteriously and very auspiciously. So that's how that's how we're gonna leave this zach good luck. I'm sure you'll work your release another month but i. I don't know maybe leave. Maybe won't be able to do it without me. I have kind of been You've been riding my coattails this organization for long enough. Maybe the time is up sharply in the local paper to try and replace that how we hire down these days just like a like a wanted like wanted middle aged five gaster with sas. I think you should open auditions open. Auditions zach a week long. Tweet year your audition at rain. Insider and i will be happy to listen to all audition tapes. That are tweeted to me. I think that's a great idea. Degraded him all right everyone. It has been a blast. We'll talk to you later. Maybe probably not for now is just goodbye.
Olivia Jade addresses college admissions scandal that landed parents in prison
"The college cheating scandal. It really can't be excused. Like on paper. It's bad. Olivia J. G. Millie, daughter of Lori Laughlin and Masa McGee, a newly on Jada Pinkett Smith's Facebook show Red Table, talk her first ever interview about the college cheating scandal that sent both her parents to prison. Also, I understand why people are angry and understand what people say hurtful things, and I would do if I wasn't in my boat, she says. It took her a while to realize the privilege that she and her family enjoy. Wasn't something afforded to most people and pink. It's Miss Mom, Adrian Banfield. Norris made it clear she wasn't on board with doing the interview in the first place. It's bothersome to me on so many levels are being here is the epitome of white privilege to me. Jason Nathan's An ABC News Hollywood Neil Young
Face Mask Sentiment Analysis
"My name is neil young. I'm affiliated with the department of computer science at the university of rochester and working towards a bs in computer science with a minor in and statistics. I m table professor of computer. Science at the university of rochester may research areas on in general a machine many data mining areas. I'm donna lie. I'm a junior at interested in rochester. L. majoring in computer science and economics will great to have all three of you here today to get started. Tell me a little bit about what brought the three of you together. Computational social science as one of my research areas and michael has been working on similar poppy extol. We've done a lot of election related research but this year because kobe nineteen it becomes clear to us that we should seize the sub -tunities though as i was teaching the data mining course. I encouraged students to take kobe. Nineteen as the topic for the project. So neon jonathan amount them though we investigate a number of issues from face masks ordine panic buying mental health issues contribues views of kobe. Nineteen terminology such as china but face mask is one of the most interesting issues. I'm glad neil and jonathan jumped on the opportunity right so as professor low mentioned our project originated as sort of final project for our game might in class then. We worked over the summer. Mer finding it so basically the impetus. I guess for the investigating masks as thick nineteen topic was the fact that it was so controversial. I think it's very interesting because we just sort of casually. I noticed that there seems to be cultural differences. In how americans sort of approach mask wearing and many countries in asia for example of french mass wearing. It's pretty ingrained in the culture. Just wearing a mask in asia means most of the time you don't necessarily sick like you want to prevent someone else from being sick seems to be the attitude but then these sort of attitudes towards pass was polarized in them skewed and then there's increasingly large amount of coverage about mask political issue right. You know we have articles about. Why will trump not wear masks or a certain demographics having difference us towards mass and so with these facts. We thought that it would be a good topic to investigate. Also i guess announced experiences kind of notice that like when it first broke out restoring General funny kind of just the wear masks you another. But we don't have to kind of shifted to everyone covering mass eventually and it being mandated for everywhere now. Well that's good to hear given that they definitely help in public health. But i get the sense that that's not a universal thing we can say about everybody everywhere. I guess to get started. Maybe you could tell me a little bit about how you collect data in this area. Obviously there's an interest in making some statements and doing some analysis around the usage and opinions about face masks. But how do you get started tapping into some data source that can give you a real place to start from so we choose social media as the source of data. This is different from other reports awaits rely on surveys and questionnaires and polls to study public opinion. Many issues including face masks so as some issues with traditional approach of using surveys to number why scale so typically us avail poll only involves assad. Noel fewer people though scaly issue ways. The small-scale came the buyer stole. We all know that post were not accurate in predicting the outcome of a presidential elections at least not the percentages and also pose surveys amount necessary. Real time 'cause you send them out. People may not respond immediately. They may not respond faithfully so only sort of weaknesses of a traditional approach so we decided to do social media where we can get lots of data are we can get a million users and we get these data on ongoing basis to perform real time analysis. We believe this approach overcome a number of weaknesses of the traditional approach. Yes so basically. There are some intrinsic issues with survey based approaches that social media data mining resolves. Now i've received the question before about why we choose twitter specifically and vesicles twitter in general the types of topics and the types of authorisation. That happened on the platform are technically more serious. Rights alike wouldn't necessarily go to instagram namely i because it's a picture based social media site while i'm twitter's mostly taste and then previously in the literature. Twitter has been verified as a valuable source of analyzing and predicting areas. Large-scale societal events. So festival mentions that his group has worked on sort of elections or example. The two thousand sixteen election sort of predicting. I believe the group did a better job when compared to the polls and the actual percentages just by using of social media. There's been previous works looking at h one n one pandemic Outbreak any sort of analyzing aspects of those pandemics so the twitter would be assessed
"neil young" Discussed on Pantheon
"And everybody's told you again and this didn't just happen to nail. It happened to david bowie. Just as much in its. You know. most of the other artists who've stayed the course you know they've often had quite a lot of years in the wilderness without the wilderness years and of course commercially. These a neal's wilderness is but artistically there the reason we still talk matt neil young and the uae. Everything does still matters. You know even if many of the records we've listened to in the last ten years haven't necessarily thrilled us. You know are kept nail happy and i love the fact that warriors have keep churning them out whatever contract you must have signed with them and i look back and i realized you know in recent years. I just haven't heard on. Neil young's records and i can't believe that but there are so many. Well look i mean archives. Volume two is out in some incredibly expensive edition. will have more general cheapen with general release in the spring of next year. But if you are. Neil young fanatic. Republican wanna try and get it now volume two so mark. I think in a thanks so much for your reflections own one of the one of the giant figures. I think of a cover. American komo mar. I think it's time to talk about the week's new interview. Yeah this is a little. Steve van zandt. Just re christened himself from his previous names miami stevens up and his band of disciples soul will play in london not very nice that debut show Hd two. and. It's john tober instagram. And actually go back to what marco saying about elliot roberts saying he meal. Just talk about the current stuff. Steve pretty what's talked about the disciples of soul and The departure vista is instantly. Goes into ready really granular ancient history. Slight steve kind of horror. Though to be fair he does going to join in on two very early days. He and bruce springsteen baseball bounds top forty bands. Playing around us repot. He talks about how he ended up in a band called. Steel mill. who. He a metal bond with bruce in like nineteen sixty eight bruce then get signed under the impression that he he signed as a folk singer. So basically stieg at sat from the ban by mike apple which is very Listen to clips talking about basically sort of those days and the jersey cup snuck.
Episode 138 The Yarn Wall - burst 15
"Knicks. Suck ass hamburg. I'm very good. No when terra's takeover to oil rigs and threatened to blow them up if their demands are not met and eccentric anti-terrorism expert volunteers his unique commando unit to stop them. The commando unit includes roger moore. Anthony perkins michael parks and james mason. Who's james mason. James mason's the guy from he was captain nemo nobody was captain. Kangaroo captain caveman. Oh it was captain nemo in got what. What is the movie. That i've know him the most i mean he was. I think i might get him in john. Houseman mixed up. Give me your best john houseman. He sounds just like james mason now. He's sounds different. I i can't do it right now. I have to have a certain level of like a throat. Bubble in the cross of iron no l. He plays striker in the salem slot. Tv movie from the seventies. how as the Yes he's like the the human face of
"neil young" Discussed on Pantheon
"He keeps writing good like the his last book at least at the time of this recording the institute. Was fucking great. It was amazing rate King Book I loved it. Yeah and he still his his old book still hold up me and you wasn't his last book actually forgetting let it Let it bleed I'm sorry you're right. Yeah I knew there was another one day forgot but I mean even that was great. Even that one was good. Yeah. It in the institute was a page burner like that was like halfway through the book just ripping through the Neil is the same way he still like putting out not just like good music four, a seventy, four year old he's still. Putting out like fucking music and good content. He still putting a good movies. He still putting out like good thoughts into the atmosphere he in both of them, I feel like don't really give a shit. They know they believe what they believe, and then here it is, and if you like it great if not I, don't give a shit. Yeah I I, would say that Stephen King is the Neil Young of writing and Neil Young as the Stephen King of songwriting songwriting. Yeah so in. So if you WANNA, get a little conspiracy ish about it, I can see how they might both. I I don't know maybe they're. Maybe they're okay maybe they're not maybe. Maybe they're not all like winer. Winners. One of them about one of them flipped in state over here in our side I like that idea I like that that sounds pretty good I a twins I think that's definitely what it is. WHO now here's the question though. So if they're twins and they're both in our side, which ones actually ours in which one is the twitter. Ou, because my theory on aching which ones yeah, my theory is I think Neil's the flipper I would say Neil's the twitter because you think neil belongs 'cause neal's more out there because I feel like not just that I feel like the territory's was in like a much more pure. Yes. You know what? I mean I. Remember them saying that you could smell what was it a radish being pulled from the ground from like three miles away or something? That's the world I feel like Neal's from. Yeah King is from like the dirtier side the side where like the mother's dying of cancer right? You know what I mean. Yeah. That's how I would put it. In just a couple of arguments. If. You don't understand the reference. We're twenty minutes in here. I don't know how you're still listening. Don't understand the reference yet. We're talking about the book, the Talisman Talisman King. And Peter Straub given shout gators job. Sure I'm sure he did some he leaned over the couch when King went to go to the bathroom and he like just typed his name. So he liked the family the family guys get. Yeah. No I don't want to sit on. Peter Straub because. I. Actually. I think he's a pretty good writing. Yes. I still haven't read go story but I've heard it's his best work. Yeah. Did you see the trailer for Dune I haven't seen the time you've read Dune I. Haven't I need to get a Redo. Yeah Yeah, I'm going to reread it Probably after I finish isn't it there's more the bungalow isn't there like a Shit ton. But the first one is all you need to read but they're making a new movie not the David Lynch one yeah it looked the trailer looks. So fucking good. Yeah..
"neil young" Discussed on Pantheon
"That's that was that's kind of the story of Neil Young and it natural times like when harvest came out yet. Oh, you want more harvest here take this fucking live album that sounds like you know. The birth of grunge. You know did you law? You like this while next albums not gonNA sound anything like this Bill Rust never sleeps, and then he came out with hawks and doves, which was like he was whispering in a bit. There was just like he's doing that he loves keeping you on your toes. of his album because it really does suck. But that's kind of Neil Young's thing that anyone can be a troll and that's the thing that pisses me off about this is that this is a fucking talented individual that is undeniable. So when you're trolling us what you're doing is negating your talent and that's not trolling anybody but you're fucking Self Neil I'm sorry when you take like. AM I. Wrong. Am I wrong. So freely, I, feel like he fucking is dude at a certain point if you know what is your fundamental like bread and butter? What's the foundation of what makes you unique and what makes you special and what has made you critically acclaimed and you decide to say you know what fuck all of that? You I fancied fuck. You isn't a statement at. The end like it's not the end of the sentence like but I think that's what made him critically acclaimed was that attitude that that fuck you I won't do tell me that neil new medal neil. Yeah I don't think. That's new Metal Neil. Right there. Anything. Wrong with taking a big swing at you know something different especially if you're artists has been doing. Committed to this point that's what I'm saying though. Later on you know. You're somewhere. He was like if I was going to give someone one of my records, this wouldn't be the one. Okay. That's a direct quote from Neil, young I love how he puts things such a great way to. because. It's so hard. It's trying to situate this in his you know in his discography and also in his like like personality like it's really hard to situate it..
"neil young" Discussed on Pantheon
"I'm just GonNa Shit this out or did he think I mean and this particular does he do you really think he was like tapping into the zeitgeist leaving his mark on it kind of do too. I think he was I. think he was really shooting for a commercially successful album. That in the seventies I don't know Luca Fuel Greek because I. know you really like this album, but he kind of did that on comes a time. And then in the stills, young band stuff where he tried to make something sound of that time I'll agree with that because I didn't like comes a time that much because that I think that's what he was trying to do i. think he was just trying to like hit whatever I think it goes through these phases. I. Think he does that a little bit in the nineties to, but we'll just the whole thing that I think. Makes Neil Young appealing is the timelessness of what he put out. You know again in the beginning of his career of like the stuff that like it just like slices through the guys you you listen to Ohio you know and and especially in our current context where we have learned nothing, we listened to those songs and it's like that speaks to me. You know what I mean like this doesn't speak to anybody I. Don't feel like it. Doesn't speak to the people on the streets. Well, I mean. No I. Go they need. Need. I I agree with that completely and it's not even just stuff in the seventies like. His his latest album it he put A. The. Latest out of new music that he put out Colorado like it still like very powerful and impactful, and they're still like songs in. You could tell with that like he really wasn't aiming for anything in particular. He just wanted to make an album and he made it and it's fucking rocks five. Let's move on a few. Got Hard. Luck stories. I gotta we. GotTa One. Exceptionally bad. fucking terrible. Here we go..
"neil young" Discussed on Pantheon
"Loving new medal. Thank you. You're welcome everybody. Give me some bands. What is what is new metal because my cousin? Talking about new metal quite a bit. Are we talking like the biscuit or are we talking? Last One Okay, I was. Park On the Is New Metal God snack out of the conversation just because they're good evolved beyond that I think as they're out rested. To me, the towns became much better album by album but those first you deaf Jones albums. Definitely. You know I mean corn is probably the best. Of of new metal. Seven I would say invented new metal as seventh grade me with my Janko jeans and my threaded belt that flopped over. I fuck and got into follow the leader hard Oh. Yeah. Same thing. Would you fuck with it today Hell Yeah I actually have I think I think last week I put on chocolate starfish. Tell. Yes. See You know what? I rest my case. How did you? What's your relationship to Neil Young Heather I'm a fucking poser. I have absolutely very little relationship to Neil Young. I'm embarrassed I know he's iconic and so I actually spent some time before I listen to this album really going into the rest of his discography. Because I was like I know I need to know this like this. This is important. This is foundational and I'm a fucking poser like I need to figure it out and I realized obviously that I knew a lot of Neil Young I knew a lot of. His songs without knowing that it was him and I knew the iconic like tenor. You know that vocal style I was like, Oh this is Neil Young. This is Neil Young. This is Neil you know what I mean. So I I realize that I kind of grown up with it a absorbed around me but I was not like. I don't know my parents didn't play young. So I didn't get into Neil Young. You know I got into fucking pop punk..
"neil young" Discussed on Pantheon
"Hello. Fucking Neil. Or in this case, fucking Neil Man. Like. Neil will make you say fucking Neil man that was amazing or. Neo Man, what the fuck? I think it's the latter in this case. PODCAST. Yeah. Well, again, we are a podcast where we only discussed terrible music and we knew that we wanted to do Neil Young. We had been on our list for awhile and we had gone around and we were like of the Eighties Neil Young which we'll talk about the eras of Neil. I'm sure get into depth about that but. I guess an era, the excuse me I would like a refund era. Would we had trans as an option? So Trans Being His like electronic album. Yeah Kinda. Crowns John. Was a mixed bag. He was heavily influenced by coughed work and yeah I'm and by treatments he was going through with his son. I believe at that time was Ben. Non Oral. So he they were trying to figure out a way to communicate. So hard of that album comes out of devices he was trying to invent to communicate with his son you know. But if you didn't know any of that back story, you'd be like fucking Neil Man I know right and that's the thing I don't WanNa make fun of you know the the attempts of a of Lubbock a loving father to be able to communicate with his son with cerebral palsy that doesn't Get you know get my. Flowing in the same way. So we next that one. So although it is bad, right? Would you say it's bad. I used to really hate it over the years though after knowing the story and listening to it's more some of it's pretty interesting. I guess in hindsight is very interesting what he was trying to do at that time. but yeah, it's bad. It's bad. Thank you. Neil though yeah. But here here's what's happening right now and I'll explain it because Mike is suffering from the same thing I am I feel like I have a little bit of Stockholm Syndrome. All about that where I've been listening to pretty much. But Neil young sins may or June and so even going into this album my head was like, no, this is bad. No but my heart was like you know what like? There are people on the street. Homeless. Where do they go? Oh, my God. Okay imagine if that was the case except only the music you listen to it wasn't all Neil young but it was all terrible albums like we end up doing that with music that has no business for it like we're like, Oh, all of a love the millionaires like that's not. We both have become Gigolos over the.
"neil young" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Hello. Fucking Neil. or in this case fucking Neil. Man. Like Neil will make you say fucking Neil man that was amazing or Neo Man, what the fuck. I think it's the latter in this case. podcast yeah. Well, again, we are a podcast where we only discussed terrible music and we knew that we wanted to do Neil Young. We had been on our list for awhile and we had gone around and we were like of the Eighties Neil Young which we'll talk about the eras of Neil I'm sure get into depth about that but. I guess an era, the excuse me I would like a refund era. Would, we had trans as an option so trans being. His. Like electronic album. Yeah Kinda. Crowns John. Was a mixed bag. He was heavily influenced by coughed work and yeah, I'm and by treatments he was going through with his son. I believe at that time was Ben. Non Oral. So he they were trying to figure out a way to communicate. So hard of that album comes out of devices he was trying to invent to communicate with his son you know. But if you didn't know any of that back story, you'd be like, fucking Neil Man I know right and that's the thing I don't WanNa make fun of you know the the attempts of a of Lubbock a loving father to be able to communicate with his son with cerebral palsy that doesn't Get you know get my. Flowing in the same way. So we next that one. So although it is bad, right? Would you say it's bad. I used to really hate it over the years though after knowing the story and listening to it's more some of it's pretty interesting I guess in hindsight is very interesting what he was trying to do at that time. but yeah, it's bad. It's bad. Thank you. Neil though yeah. But here here's what's happening right now and I'll explain it because Mike is suffering from the same thing I am I feel like I have a little bit of Stockholm Syndrome All about that where I've been listening to pretty much nothing but neil young sins may or June and so even going into this album my head was like, no, this is bad. No but my heart was like you know what like? There are people on the street. Homeless Where do they go? Oh, my God. Okay imagine if that was the case except only the music you listen to it wasn't all Neil young but it was all terrible albums like we end up doing that with music that has no business for it like we're like, Oh, all of a love, the millionaires like that's not. We both have become Gigolos over.
Taylor Swift Decoded
"Taylor swift strikes again, dropping another love song about her British Super Hop boyfriend at least that's what her fans think. The bonus track on her new album is called the lakes and brace yourselves you guys she's referencing England's largest natural lake. Doors windermere pigs like perfect as to why I'm said. But NOT WITH THEM All right typical Taylor fashion hidden messages. Are we sick of them? DO WE CARE? How do we feel about it? I'm personally sick of them. I'm not a Taylor. Feel like her fans. Love it. So I feel like she knows her audience or fans like putting doing the blues clues thing and take you know twenty hours to put together a visual puzzle to get one that doesn't mean anything that anybody really cares about loves to play KOI LOVES TO DO. Yes. Hunting with. Casey's I. Don't know if she's playing coy to play Koi I. think that's called Art I. Think you know you create metaphors analogies US break you use allegory because who wants to hear like fifteen socks without a guy named Joe you Kinda just Nikki and I personally have listened to folklore. So many times at spotify sending me messages being like, did you just go through a break up what's going on? I? Lang. Reality. I like. I, like folk music. Favorite Song, what's your favorite song mirror balls pretty good and again, if you break it down, you don't need to figure out who it's about. It's just a good song about a pretty great message about you know relationships how you kind of reflect the other person and you need to be introspective anyway I feel like I'm just giving Nina Ammo to attack me right now. So I'm talking about Taylor Swift now. Under let's. I do think Taylor is very talented than I have to say I really do allowed I do love her other music this album I haven't really gotten into, but I think that's just the puking I'm not against it. I'm not saying I'm not saying that Taylor swift isn't good because I do think that she is very talented I just think it's funny that because it's in black and white all of a sudden now hunter is the Taylor swift this historian because he thinks. He's clings artists. Like okay y'all. Some sort of bias against me right now, and that's fine I. got it. Okay. I. taught music I like folk music, and that's where it comes in okay I enjoy folk music a love myself some Neil Young I love myself. So we've got the
Neil Young Sues Donald Trump Campaign Over Use of ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’
"President Trump's reelection campaign for using his music without permission. Young's lawsuit says the campaign is used rocket in the Free World and Devils sidewalk several times and rallies and political events, including June 20th Rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Young says when he complained about the campaign using rocking in the free world in 2015 when Trump announce his run for the presidency, the campaign had said it had permission. Young says that the proof that the campaign knew it needed permission to use his music. He's Looking for up to $150,000 statutory damages for each infringement. We're going to
Neil Young Sues Donald Trump Campaign Over Use of ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’
"Campaign may not be able to rock in the free World Much longer. Neil Young filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in New York today against the campaign for playing his songs at campaign rallies. The lawsuit says the plaintiff cannot allow his music to be used as a theme song for a divisive on American campaign of ignorance and hate. It says the campaign has been playing rocket in the Free World and Devils sidewalk for years.
Neil Young Sues Trump Campaign for Playing Songs at Rallies
"The Trump campaign may not be able to rock in the free World much longer deal. Young filed a copyright infringement lawsuit in New York today against the campaign for playing his songs at campaign rallies. The lawsuit says Young cannot allow his music to be used as a theme song for a divisive on American campaign of ignorance and hate. It says the campaign has been playing rocking in the Free World and Devils sidewalk for years, most recently at the June 20th rally in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Rolling Stones threaten Trump with legal action over use of songs during reelection campaign
"Near legendary rock band is not getting any satisfaction hearing their music at trump rallies that maybe so but the rolling stones are threatening legal action against president Donald Trump if he doesn't stop using their songs at his campaign events there hit you can't always get what you want has been a staple of trump rallies since the twenty sixteen campaign but now broadcast music incorporated or BMI has notified the president's people that continued use of songs by the stones will constitute a breach of its licensing agreement other artists have also jumped on the bandwagon Canadian Neil Young says is rocking in the free world was used against his wishes and the family of the late Tom Petty issued a cease and desist for team trump to stop playing I won't back down after it was used during last week's rally in
"neil young" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums
"Mind it was like Oh yeah so it was very. It was very obvious coming. We can get into What me is Val i. I'm intrigued because I listened to it and I I Tomasi during the WACO. What was asking me Fox Tom. What was asking during the week saying. What do you think any of them saying? It's good it's hard to find the sheets on on here though like it's sucking truck one going back so initial thoughts on niche frank. It's a great ignorance a classic song. It's got everything that you want from. Neil young in this one of the things I've always loved on some levels on pipe of what he's doing quite trad country or folk American folk country. You know it's basic chords all the rest of it but that's just enough kind of witness on in the turnarounds To keep you NATO's on the sense of vocal harmony is fantastic. Isn't it's an you know. And he a way this again on the surface that quite simple but they contained an awful lot of like left field. Nece and like unexpectedness. Do you know what I mean. Unlike I'm yet I it's it's great some are really enjoyed. The famous harmonies. Not only on the track but throughout the albums. I think it was. Yeah I really. I was looking at what her name was just before we did this now. Forgotten man again. the yeah. That's the one that I'm not entirely sure why. But she's she's love the record and she's Great Harvard that she Was actually. She was friends with Linda. Ronstadt As well as Emmylou Harris. And we we interviewed Tim. Rogers lost emmylou. Harris was in the crowd. Say You I'm always perform heavy heart etcetera etcetera. Anyway Nicholas was Friends we Linda Ronstadt at the time in the that Kelly say Neil Young asked if Linda had a female vocalist to accompany Iran. She basis justed Nicolette And she was the third person that day to mention Nicolette Lawson too young so he said get her in Russia's history he They use jazzed and off the win. She has a great voice as a love number. I think it's a lovely peaceful strumming it. I actually think this song is this song about him. Saying I'm going back to what harvest was I've had more. Peculiarly track wanted because really this does set the same. I say album. Yeah definitely I mean. I think that's part of it is. There's also I'm not a hundred percent up on the specific timeline of this. But does the whole thing about his Marriage breaking down and as low stuff on on the beach. That was quite hard about his ex wife or or or think about to be ex wife for that point. I think I'm right in saying that. This is sort of the first record after the divorce was done in declare kind of thing. And there's a there's a there's a sort of There's a sense of forgiveness. I think these songs Which I think is an acceptance might be the would you know what I mean. Was it which I think is really interesting and kind of mature and I enjoy that.
"neil young" Discussed on Shit Songs Off Great Albums
"And when I sing. I sing loud and so You got punked man. Yeah I mean but it was just like you know the beginning play. Will I considered to be really really soft kind of dreamy folksongs never and we're like wow it's folk punk. Anna like is it. You know what I mean so it was it was. It was natural to that degree or not. I mean we're talking about Neil young today What what influences he had on on on your music or own fact on general. I'm well it it's Neil young was an enormous song price for me when I first started doing solo. Says there's an argument you made. That must've sleep is for the week an attempt to sound like Neil Young. I'M A and A and I love Neil young and one of the things I love about native tongue as don level of Neil Young. I guess what I mean is like. He's such a broad artist and he is so afraid of going wherever the fuck he wants to guard dozen CA. You know There's a wonderful book called matching on the hill. Which is a comparative history of Springsteen Dylan and young and it sort of come to the conclusion that young wins the game? Because he doesn't give a fuck. You know whatever I I love springsteen but like it is true that to a degree what he does feels quite market research before Ed the public. Neil Young's did he. I bought a vote cutter. I'm doing bug coder out fuck off and then like puts it out and you know Neil Young's the only one of the three goats dude in cool the not sounding like Neil Young. Do you know the story taken to call by his record label for not signing like Neil Young because I think I think it was guests. Geffen signed him. Before December four he produced four completely weird rechose. They took him to court Sammy because he literally core of sat down his defense was I am near young dude. Do you know what I mean like. He's out of that story cool. He's crazy he's really unlike in a way in picking record to have one. I was down on focused. I felt bad picking their young because I am an enormous fat on. I want that to be clear unlike but he still exemplary. I mean in fact even comes time that this album there is a story which I'd not hung sensual have it is but like apparently he was unhappy with the mastering job when I got released. So he went out and bought two hundred thousand copies and used he used them to shingle. The roof of his bond and he didn't like to get them out them on and then he remakes re released it just kind of like. I mean if you've got that harvest money lying around and that's what's what's interesting is that this is the second hand The second Neil young album we are forty-seven forty seven date and And this is the first time we've come up with a double up the nearly as the artist with the double up okay. So what was the other who who did it? And what was the album I chose him? What was this a listener requests from? Rosie it was. He's sophomore album. I believe it was his second album. We didn't Young's after the gold rush came from w. rosy. So what's interesting? Is that in my introduction? To new young was through harvest and generally when I speak to people. It's talking about harvest is the album and what's interesting. Is that the album's that people have come onto for Neil young or the every that requested or to listen to have not been the go-to album. They've been like the hidden like comes a time to be honest man. I had listened to this album before by Neil Young. It was guy back in there and and listen to this way way. Can WE ON NEIL. Young's influence in your songwriting. I mean Very specifically the the the guitar on the song comes a time It will be familiar. damage which is like a single. You know I mean. It's a standard set of country approach but like particularly his Acoustic Guitar. Applying has always been a huge influence on the way that I play Guitar. and I think he's sort of sense of melody Lot of Neil young covers. I used to cover Tell me why and What's IT called On the left convert your heart as well. Yeah so used to that. Yeah and like you know. Well it's this is one of the other things about new Do you know what I mean like. It's an and so many different like inclination. Should we say and I have time for all of them. I'm not the biggest fan of crazy. Horse's abound I think Nicole full Like he has this attractions them that I think have Britain's in the sense that he could pick the best players in the world. I mean famously. Kenny buttery wants to kill Neil Young Kenny. Buttery being like the most legendary country drummer goal time he played drums from harvest at according to him. Neil young made him play badly on harvest and harvest and he said that he'll kill Neil young comes across the began Y- The there's a wonderful but shaky which is a biography of no young written by Neil young Sunday high to journalists told him Watson Oh and Each chapter of the book finishes with an interview with Neil. Young about the chapter that you just read and it's a really fascinating book because like the youngest like on and like he was an asshole to a Lotta people and then you read this bit where it's like. It's like so what you have to say about this. And he's like you know it's kind of interesting but musically time it is definitely the kind of Mulfoqan country end of near Young's over you like Off The decade and it comes off the Getting more into the wig out roof thing for a few records feel like they said he definitely went off to harvest. Econoline explored a little bit. And I feel like this. Is the album that he kind of came back to that. Those kind of focus fruits. Yeah I mean. It's funny like something. Tonight's the night which was the first record off the harvest record. The I'm sort of fascinated by listened to love note so that I would say that I love because it I mean. The story goes the dining common resigned but his his guitar player died of the Heron dyson arrived. This kind of insane kind of jam out knows ro record the doesn't really make any sense And then you know he did on the beach With all of those like Cajun Guys Anassa very strange record as well. It's absolutely golden it but like you know comes in time with a bit of a moment of kind of like getting. That will normal again. We and I know that the fashionable thing is to be into the mall wigged out without stuff but I think he's great Earn I don't mind the sound of him. Being a great civil I turn and not trying to be awed. Where where did you first hear comes Tom? And why did you choose this album? I have any other. No well I heard it because I think I'll go into new young and I started just kind of working my way through the cat logo off to go Russian and harvest with a huge for me Just kind of going through. I think I definitely so of hooked more onto the mall kind of funky county records of his the more kind of standard songwriting records in harvest moon. Ever as well Jake Early says the ones that Kinda stopped with incomes times. Greg sample that the reason I picked it is that when we were emailing. And you guys said You. Pick a record is one crappy song Like just being in my.
KT Tunstall (Live)
"Hello Hello Welcome. That's quite funny that you picked that lineup by the funnies because it was I said it in barons in Glasgow when we were recording a live album on the tour and finally is a very endearing to call someone in Glasgow. If you're being an idiot appeared fanny and it just came out. It was unplanned. It's on my live album so yeah I think is gonNA glass that one great. Hashtag stike five eight member to write the word five. So you've been based out in La for some time now and that's obviously a very different culture. Has that impacted on your song race in Seoul what you say. Yeah I think location is always GONNA be important ingredient in what material you come up with and I'd actually go night to La to sort of start again. Because I'd been through some really difficult stuff here in the UK a dotted past divorce. Everything owned just really needed a fresh start. I wanted some sunshine and I wanted to be somewhere just in this of replenishing environment. London's quite overwhelming very fast place city. Oh it was found it quite difficult to relax in London and I gone to Venice. Beach was onto an. I'd been going to La for a long time tour but it was the first time few years ago I went to Venice beach and it was the first place. I'd been where everyone is just bombing around every day of the week. You don't have to wait for the weekend and that's actually really helpful for what we did. Because we don't have weekends in London if I had a Wednesday off. Everyone's just giving me evil looks because I've got time off whereas there it's just a very laid back quite an alternative culture in that part of La and La's basically like twitter. It just totally depends who you follow. You can have an extremely different experience living in different parts of La knowing different people. It's very separate all these areas so you can. You can really have a completely opposed experience of living there from someone else and so I chose Venice and I was going to take a break. I felt very stagnated. It just felt like I was caught in an eddy of finding the mixer. He's mixing everybody's staff of being in competition with you know inevitably any other female musicians that anyone could think of. And I just wasn't very inspired to make a record so I've actually gone out to L. A. Really to study film composition which I did but it was really just listening to west coast rock sixties and seventies row. Tom Petty fleetwood. Mac Neil Young Joni that got me writing some real kind of Air Punch big choruses again and the world had sort of become darker at that stage that was like two thousand fifteen things were on the turn and so if I was writing similar stuff folk inspired stuff like I did on invisible empire crescent me my fourth record. I probably would have to shelve it and waited but I was writing these really. Big Pop. Choruses about overcoming difficulty so it felt like quite helpful thing to put out into the world. I was excited to do it. Yeah we're always fascinated by right zoo. Kinda take a break from when we spoke to front healy. He said it's Kinda like select the field life. Follow for Awhile and I think that's really important. I think that's why I mean. Some people can smoke fags burgers every day until they're one hundred and five and they're fine. Everyone's different but it certainly works for me to not be constantly trying to keep up a level of output people often ask about writer's block and I actually watched them a star is born. The other day was it as far as born. No it was the wife. It was that foam the wife. Brilliant Glenn Close Foam. And there's a line in it where they're at this really pretentious party. No it wasn't even the wife. Can you ever forgive me? It was one of the Oscar nominated movies when Melissa. Mccarthy goes to this book party. And someone's asking this really pretentious right or do you ever get writer's block and he goes well. I don't subscribe to writer's block I was like. Oh my God. I say that it sound so pretentious but I actually don't. I just think it's quite arrogant to expect your creative mind to just do what you tell it to do. I don't understand really where the gift of some rain comes from. And so if people ask me that question I'm like look how many books how many films how many plays how many museums of you said that you want to go and see Redo Watch ingest and you've done use that time. Fill yourself with some stuff. Get some input or sit and do nothing in your Pyjamas. Also very useful. I find but you shall time for creativity. Oh that sounds like a bit of a paradox book. Do you put a new. Yes so it's a great excuse to go on. Adventures. I love right now albums. I love albums that one piece of vinyl because I think that four or five minute cut off point is actually a really good of point for how much music you can ingest at one time. The same for podcasts. Yeah good to know. I'll keep my answers slightly shorter but yeah I think albums are a really extraordinary form of making music. Even if you're not I mean I'm in the middle of the matic are making three albums together in a trilogy at the moment. But even if you're not doing that there's a there's a familial kind of hermetically sealed world within which that record is made and so many people will come up to me and say that their favorite track is an album track. And IT WASN'T I. It would have been the single at first but Israeli side that we're kind of moving. I'm not a lot of people I know are not but in general. There is a move away from albums. And I think that that's a shame because it kind of is taking away that deep dive on a snapshot of an artist's life at that time so tell us about that idea that you've been chewing Kim and walks. Did you have a unifying concept of the trilogy before you even started? Nope that was the thing that was really funny trilogy. You would think that you would decide upon that before you started. And I didn't and I wrote can and it was so very healing experience. In that record it was coming with kind of really Fu blast Mojo but really feeling like it was the beginning of the second half of my life so I came to. Kim is quite a different person than I had been up until that point and in many ways the fourth record invisible empire crescent meeting. I kind of see funeral music. It's cold these titles because my dad died right in the middle of those sessions and it was. He wasn't very well but it wasn't expected. And then I kind of had this wake up where I just went on Gordon with the wrong person. I'm sort of in the wrong life. And so yeah. And this is when procurement was this kind of funeral march to that happening and so then became this real phoenix from the ashes. It was this real beginning of something completely new for me and you know it's very easy to take a show. L. A. N. It's completely deserved. It's total bullshit van. You know people go. Oh my God. You're amazing you've got to do the movie. Oh they never called me ever again but there is also this amazing element to la where it's really is the vanguard of a low of new thoughts from health to filmmaking to the arts. You don't get laughed at for trying weird stuff. And there's a brilliant Frank Lloyd Wright Amion love he's an intrinsic part of La's architecture and kind of culture and but he says if you turn America on its site everything falls in California and so you just get a low of Weirdos and a low of them eccentric people and the thing I particularly like about L. A. Is Wild in many ways but actually like literally you can drive twenty minutes and be at the top of a mountain and be killed by a lion and that's the truth and there's Koyo Cheese and eagles and it really is untamed and it's also completely untamed in Mississippi as well because there's not as with guns in their cars so it's just a really extreme place so meditation had been a big part an always wanted to get into yoga just healing myself and getting really healthy and it's very easy to do there and I did and I really enjoyed it. Meditation became quite an important part of my daily life. And very good doing this job to just actually learn to control your brain because a lot of the time the monkey brain is just jotting chatting biscuit to shut up for fifteen minutes Varvara Day but it was during a meditation session on the tour for Qin's Akin was all finished and I am. I just had a really really strong vision. That can was the first part of a trilogy. It was all about the soul owned by the spirit and I knew I wanted to make a real rock and roll record next and I knew I wanted to explore electric guitar because I hadn't really delved into that. It always been acoustic and that to me is the most visceral most physical Instrument Electric Guitar.
Entertainers go online during outbreak
"It's written all John legend performed in his bathrobe on his Instagram account to draw attention to charities helping with the new coronavirus most concerts are canceled so musicians like Keith urban Neil Young pink and rob Thomas are doing their shows online they're not alone Jimmy Fallon is doing a ten minute version of The Tonight Show from his house with his wife filming I don't care if I first cast Hey Gerry sit sit sit Miley Cyrus has created an Instagram chat show too I marquees are let us
The Big Three Record Labels are Now Stronger Than Ever
"And listening to your favorite music right after you listed this episode. Of course today. It's all about the music business. That is remember not too long ago when it was commonplace to complain that the Internet was killing the music business. Turns out those complaints. Were wrong really wrong. American streamed one and a half trillion songs last year. The Wall Street Journal reports. We can't get enough of post Malone Billy eyelash Taylor swift apparently and are voracious. Appetites are paying off the companies that own. The huge music libraries were listening to Universal Warner and Sony. The so called big. Three record labels are making an average of one million dollars every hour from our listening habits. That's according to an industry. Publication called music business worldwide. Which did the math F you're asking hold on? Did I hear you right? Yes you did? Every hour the three biggest music companies are earning a million dollars largely due to fees. They receive when you an ice cream songs. Streaming made up about eighty percent of all revenue earned from recorded music last year. That's nine billion dollars by the way and also including things like downloads vinyl records and it's not these sales that are all that unusual no sales of recorded music have been expanding for four straight years. The Wall Street Journal reports. That's about the time that subscriptions spotify other streamers started growing rapidly so much for predictions of the industry's passing however. Don't talk to a musician about any of this stuff. You may get a completely different story. Let's get back to the record. Label shall we universal the top dog in its brethren can thank spotify apple and Amazon for growing their subscriber basis more than a million people paid for new subscriptions to a streaming service last year? Universal Warner and Sony provide their catalogs to streaming services and take a cut of all those subscription fees now the growth in the hot steamy streaming market is slowing somewhat. But it's still robust so robust in fact that Goldman Sachs predicts the market will be worth forty five billion in twenty thirty. That's more than double. Its value today with streaming subscriptions growing year over year. You know the big three music labels are singing some very happy tunes so happy in fact they both. Warner and universal are contemplating going Public Warner the smallest of the big three filed papers with the SEC on February sixth although now it says it will delay its IPO because of what else the corona virus according to Reuter's Among Warner's artists are Liz. Oh Neil Young Madonna and METALLICA. According to The Wall Street Journal
"neil young" Discussed on 27 Club
"Neil young was searching for the helicopter. The helicopter man their own personal shopper. The Woodstock express the bird that was going to get them from here to there. Where the hell was that? Bird Nil stood a small regional airport tarmac peppered with small charter jets like one adjusts flown in on the sun beating down. He raised his flat hand. Just above is is to provide shade from the glare. His ruffled dress shirts sticking out from the cough of his jacket. Where the Fucker New York Vermont Fucking Hampshire damned? If he knew the Mess Glenn he had ingested on the plane was coming alive now which made everything crystal clear messed up all at once. Everything felt great everything did not feel Great Jimi Hendrix did next to Nelia similarly baffled and equally dose along with other passengers from their little plane. Attorney Melvin Belli. Neal's manager Elliot Roberts Melvin. Who's high profile clients included Jack Ruby? In the rolling stones was clear headed in unencumbered. He suggested the logical conclusion to their predicament. Been dropped off at the wrong airport. There was no woodstock helicopter coming to get them. Woodstock would start without them. They're screwed SORTA. Oh Man Jimmy laughed and looked at you. I'll supposed to go on. I just me and my guitar. He let her repressed giggles snort out from his mouth and kneel at a giant belly laugh. Run Free it was true Woodstock's producer Michael Lang Contract Jimmy. To the three day outdoor music festival with a surprise Solo Acoustic set and then close it on Sunday night with an electric set. Jimmy was now the highest paid rockstar in the world go. Who's the highest paid performer? At Woodstock much to laying chagrin laying the CAP larger accent fifteen grand due to a favored nations policy. Jewish hard as nails manager. Michael Jeffery was having. None of Jimmy would do it for fifty grand you know. What else is named? We listed I on every print and radio at his name would be bigger else's he'd headlined the GIG. It was too much laying wanted Jimmy. But he couldn't be Jeffrey at fifty grand so laying. Jeffrey came to an agreement that gave the most money but didn't break links roads. Jimmy we've played two sets for fifteen grand each along with another couple of Grad for expenses. Thirty plus Grande dealer. Thing was. Jimmy wasn't GonNa make the opening set. He didn't even know where he was. His mind was elsewhere anywhere. But upstate New York all I could think about was the bust in Toronto the impending trial for heroin and hashish possession. It was four months away. And that almost made it worse all this waiting around and obsessing over every last detail what. He could have done differently what he should have done differently. What could have happened to him? What would happen to him? This December when you're not to stare down years in Canadian prison his feet in the hands of strangers. Jimmy checked out for a moment in the mess. Cohen was starting to take hold that for all because when he turned to look at. Melvin the attorney taken off. His shirt was pouring a can of beer on his chest to facilitate the tanning process. The attorney yelled at him from across the tarmac. Jimmy rubs is it must be. The heat must be the drugs. Neo was at the driver's side door of pickup truck parked in the airport. Lot Neil Pizza inside wide and then tried the door and hope the holiday Elliott to keep an eye out and then jumped in. The driver's seat worked his hands beneath the steering wheel. Cranks BANKS BOOMS A spark a couple of false starts and the old truck roared to life. Neal knew that soon very soon there would be completely twisted and there is no going back. No time to rest. Get any hard to the other. Three Elliott Melvin hopped in the cab with Neil Jimi knew that the obviously to the rational as to jump on the hood of the truck and hold on for dear life corresponds. Neil put the truck in first gear. Tore out of the airport. Parking lot with Jim's body swinging from side to side on the hood of the truck Elliott laughed. Holy Jesus Jimmy. Scream from the hood. Because he's God damn animals and he laid flat on his stomach. His hands dug into the underside of the hood near the windshield. Holding on for dear life sky darkened huge bats taken to the skies diving all around the truck nearly missing Jimmy with each dramatic swoop. Man This is the way to travel and reach the volume and the AM radio. He cranked tones of the fifth dimensions. Working on a grouping until the speakers crackle you feel good and you thought you will not see these. Goddamn bats no point mentioning or bastards season soon enough to talk hired to open woodstock on Friday and close it out on Sunday night. Jimmy never made it for Friday's commitment laying panicked and persuaded Richie havens to perform in his place. In Richie killed it and Jimmy wasn't exactly sure what time he finally made it to. Oh Man Yeah skiers firm or what day? He made it or how. He made it for that matter. Did you ride in the hood of the truck? The Hallway there. Everything was running behind schedule. Set Times are all screwed up. Bands take to the stage hours after their originally scheduled performance times after waiting around in the mud and the rain drugs worn off for maybe the drugs. They didn't intend to take. It started to kick in by the time. Jimmy took the stage with Gypsy Sun and rainbows his new band he had formed. After the experiences break-up the Monday morning sun would be rising on a decimated woodstock crowd nearly half a million people. Dario Split Jimmy stepped on the makeshift stage stuck in the middle of the firms backyard..
"neil young" Discussed on 27 Club
"Neil young was searching for the helicopter. The cocker man, their own personal shopper, the Woodstock express the bird that was going to get them from here to there. Where the hell was that bird? Nil stood a small regional airport. Tarmac peppered with small charter jets like one just flown in on the sun, beating down, he raised his flat hand to just above is is to provide shade from the glare, his ruffled dress shirts, sticking out from the cough of his jacket. Where the Fucker New York Vermont Fucking Hampshire. Damned if he knew the Mess Glenn, he had ingested on the plane was coming alive now which made everything crystal clear messed up all at once. Everything felt great. Everything did not feel great. Jimi Hendrix did next to Nelia similarly baffled and equally dose along with other passengers from their little plane attorney Melvin Belli Neal's manager Elliot Roberts. Melvin who's high profile clients included Jack Ruby in. The Rolling Stones was clear headed in unencumbered. He suggested the logical conclusion to their predicament. been dropped off at the wrong airport. There was no woodstock helicopter coming to get them. Woodstock would start without them. They're screwed SORTA. Oh Man Jimmy laughed and looked at you. I'll supposed to go on I just me and my guitar. He let her repressed. GIGGLES snort out from his mouth and kneel at a giant belly. Laugh, run free. It was true Woodstock's producer Michael Lang contract. Jimmy to the three day outdoor music festival with a surprise Solo Acoustic set and then close it on Sunday night with an electric set. Jimmy was now the highest paid rockstar in the world. Go. WHO's the highest paid performer at Woodstock much to laying Chagrin? Laying the CAP larger accent, fifteen grand due to a favored nations policy. And hard as nails, manager Michael Jeffery was having none of. Jimmy would do it for fifty grand. You know what else is named. We listed I on every print and radio at. His name would be bigger else's. He'd headlined the GIG. It was too much. Laying wanted Jimmy, but he couldn't be Jeffrey at fifty grand, so laying Jeffrey came to an agreement that gave the most money, but didn't break links roads Jimmy. We'll play two sets for fifteen grand each along with another couple of Grad for expenses thirty plus Grande. DEAL! Thing was Jimmy wasn't gonNA. Make the opening set. He didn't even know where he was. His mind was elsewhere anywhere, but upstate new. York all I could think about was the bust. In Toronto the impending trial for heroin and hashish possession, it was four months away, and that almost made it worse all this waiting around and obsessing over every last detail what he could have done differently what he should have done differently. What could have happened to him? What would happen to him this December when you're not to stare down years in Canadian prison, his feet in the hands of strangers. Jimmy checked out for a moment in the mess. Cohen was starting to take hold that for all, because when he turned to look at Melvin the attorney taken off his shirt, it was pouring a can of beer on his chest to facilitate the tanning process. The attorney yelled at him from across the tarmac Jimmy Rubbers is it must be. The heat must be the drugs. Neo was at the driver's side door of pickup truck parked in the airport lot. Neil Pizza inside wide and then tried the door. And Hope? The holiday Elliott to keep an eye out, and then jumped in the driver's seat, worked his hands beneath the steering wheel clamps, clocks, banks booms, a spark a couple of false starts and the old truck route to life. Neal knew that soon very soon there would be completely twisted, and there is no going back no time to rest. Get any hard to the other three. Elliott men hopped in the cab with Neil Jimi knew that the obviously to the rational has to jump on the hood of the truck and hold on for dear life. Corresponds. Neil put the truck in first gear tore out of the airport parking lot with Jim's body, swinging from side to side on the hood of the truck Elliott laughed holy. Jesus Jimmy screen from the hood because he's God. Damn animals. And he laid flat on his stomach, his hands dug into the underside of the hood near the windshield, holding on for dear life sky darkened huge bats taken to the skies, diving all around the truck, nearly missing Jimmy with each dramatic swoop. Man This is the way to travel. And reach the volume in the AM radio. He cranked tones of the fifth dimensions working on a grouping until the speakers crackle. You feel good and you thought you will to see these Goddamn. Bats, no point mentioning. Or bastards season soon enough to talk. Hired Open Woodstock on Friday and close it out on Sunday night. Jimmy never made it for Friday's commitment laying panicked and persuaded Richie havens to perform in his place in Richie killed. It and Jimmy wasn't exactly sure what time he finally made it to Oh. Man, yeah, ask us firm or what day he made it or how he made it for that matter. Did you ride on the hood of the truck? The Hallway there? Everything was running behind schedule set. Times are all screwed up bands to take to the stage hours after their originally scheduled performance times. After waiting around in the mud and the rain, drugs worn off for maybe the drugs they didn't intend to take. It started to kick in. By the time Jimmy took the stage with Gypsy Sun and rainbows his new band he had formed at the experiences break-up. The Monday morning sun would be rising on a decimated woodstock crowd. Nearly half a million people Dario Split. Jimmy. Stepped on the makeshift stage stuck in the middle of the firms backyard..
"neil young" Discussed on 27 Club
"The bt killer Dennis Rader was Dogcatcher married with Children Wayne Casey doubled as a clown at children's birthday parties Ted. Bundy was a law student. They all blended in I'm Nancy grace host of podcast crime stories with Nancy Grace, an our new original concept killers amongst us where we break down the most evil crimes and focus on unsolved homicides year crime stories with Nancy Grace on the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts. The twenty seven club is the production of heart radio in double Elvis media. Jimi Hendrix died at the age of twenty seven, and he lived the life where every day was. Unlike the day before. I can give you twenty seven reasons why that statement is true. Three was his magic number. The Holy Trinity of the Power Trio Guitar Bass drums that he would master briefly with the Jimi Hendrix experience and again with the band of gypsys. Fifteen would be the number of miles that he'd ride in a stolen truck with Neil young to get to woodstock on time when their plane landed at the wrong airport. Another eight would be the number of hours. Jury in Toronto would deliberate in order to decide. The world's greatest guitars would spend the next decade of his life behind bars. And one would be the number of years. He'd have left to live after Brian Jones was found dead at the bottom of his swimming pool. All totally twenty-seven. On this our seventh episode of season, one magic numbers stolen trucks dead rolling stone. The always searching Jimmy Antrix. I'm Jay, Brennan..
William Prince on 'borrowing from future happiness' to write new album
"Is voice is like the low rumble of thunder storm on the prairie. His songs a glimpse into the heart of a man who's lived through the broken to come out hole on the other side. William Prince is an initial based singer and songwriter from PEGUIS FIRST NATION IN MANITOBA. His just released the much anticipated. Follow up to his Juno. Winning debut album earthly days. His trajectory is taken him from small stages two major concerts and tours all over turtle island and abroad including opening for the legendary Neil young an icon. Buffy Sainte Marie his new album reliever was recorded in Winnipeg in Nashville and is out now. I'm so pleased to welcome. William Prints back to unreserved for an extended conversation today. Hello My friend Rosanna. How are you? You look a little travel where you good. Oh yeah is it The friendly way of saying how terrible I think it's just the hat I lucked out and I found a half that fits my head and I wear it everywhere now. So that's that's the big change. You look fantastic. No thank you thank you. So let's start with the new record. What inspired you most on this album? Oh boy that That starts the conversation years ago You know Reliever was was born in in stages it was written at so many different times. It was written in real time panic. I say for some part of it. It was written halfway through reflection and then finally at the point of revelation. There there's so many different points Throughout this album that I'm really proud of making it through and being here where we are today on the other side and reliever was really just about collecting and documenting the songs. I was writing while I was going through. You know one of the harder times in my life so far so you were going through some stuff the loss of your father the end of your relationship finding your place as a father to your son. Wyatt what does the name Reliever mean to you? Reliever really stems from the idea of course of treatment. Almost an anti an antibiotic in a sense. You Know I. I think of the songs What they've done for me over time dealing with those those things like grief and separation and total change in one eighty of environment from this point of is this working. Is this something I'm going to be able to do? Is there a place here for me? to now being at a place where. I find myself doing this all the time. My responsibility is become to to be a good dad and be good to my family and make art and it's it's really An incredible thing so that was the faith. I was Kinda holding onto borrowing from your future. Happiness is what I say. You know. Having that faith for win the time would come now. And we'd have this record. I'd be passed the things I was working through and Able to celebrate them rather than live in a state of grief reliever was was born in the concept of love to I. I was thinking about how the greatest Major League. Baseball pitchers in the world will throw a few innings until they're retired for the game and the relief pitcher takes over and says I I got this. I thought you know on those days. When we're with our significant others those we care about say we're not throwing the best game and then that other person can kind of take over so is really borne inside baseball? Metaphor that That grew in complexity and I found the title track itself kind of in the middle of everything and it really started to tie the two halves together. The part where I was living in real time making a diary to my son showing him and letting him know where I was during this time. His infancy And then ultimately showing him that though I was going through this really difficult time Your your dad stayed steadfast and resilient and made it through and I hope that's the kind of man Human BEING HE TURNS OUT TO BE IN THE END William the beauty of your lyrics or that you are so vulnerable you give so much of yourself in your music. Why do you share so much with people? WanNa I think it's what we're most in need of Today is the willingness to be vulnerable insincere. You know more than ever. There's more to consume and more to get over faster than it's ever been. I think the things that still exist amongst the human condition are those themes of love and you know making it through the everyday life and Going through those challenges that we will encounter over the course of our individual lives. I came into the term Saunder over the past few years where you sit and imagine that the complexities of every other individual in the world has a whole history just as long just as an in detail just as thorough just as grand as your own and I think that's a lot that's a lot of hard drive space. You know a lot of files out there to pick through and you know there are a lot of them that are similar from person to person and the ones that are easier to deal with me are speaking about my family and I have no problem because this was my way of coping. This was my chance to deal with these things face on was to write about them in real time and do my future self a favor that I knew that I've survived everything up until this moment and I will continue to survive and thrive in the environment that I've created for myself now and I'm that's a huge privilege. That's that's really something so I chose that while I'm here while people are listening. I'm going to give the most honest and forefront representation of what I feel what I what I'm living through and hopes that it. Will you know? Bring US pass this more superficial more artificial age and get us back in touch with with vinyl records and phone calls and and things like that slowing the pace to appreciate. Just how beautiful human condition actually is now earlier? You had said that in creating this album you had to borrow from your future happiness. What did you mean by that? Well it's really all that faith is I think is I. I was going through like you said the the loss of my dad and Estrangement and not really feeling like I was In a place to ever really even have a relationship again. I thought I'd just be an artist and a great dad now just travel and in a low point truth truthfully. I. I don't want to understate. Just how tough things were I went back to to Peguis are? I lived with my mom for a year. You know I I. I worked on the PEGUIS radio to keep my mind from going crazy and the slower days and drove to the city. Every day to see my son is very opposite. A glamorous was quite testing. It's like what have you done? You derailed yourself from A Post Secondary Education to pursue this dream and so borrowing from future happiness. Was this idea that I would look to the future when the darkness breaks knowing that. I think there's going to be a time when I get to play music all the time to be a recording artist and share my story with you know auditoriums Or even town halls even fifty people at a time. I knew that there was part of me. That wouldn't let go over this dream that I was chasing to be here to to do this for a living so I I with the good faith that it'll probably work out. I think it will work out. I believe enough that it will work out. I'll just watch it unfold so that now when we're here when you're here opening for the Neil Young's of the world and and travelling in. It's not normal to be applauded by thousands of people a Week. You know not everybody gets to to have that and it's really sending the message that my music belongs here. My voice is being heard. And that's everything you hoped for as a songwriter. So I'm as happy as I imagined if not more for certain. This home actually sounds Fairly optimistic you seem more rooted. You've gained some wisdom in the last few years. What do you attribute to that confidence like the the difference? Now I I I was joking that When I made earthly days it was like I hope nobody minds that I'm doing this. You Know Jade Bird says the last thing. The world needs is another narcissist so going from that I wonder if anyone will even hear these songs other than my family and myself and I'll drive around with a CD in my car. And finally feel like I did it. I got an album and I was hoping to to make it outside of Manitoba now. It feels like you know we're GonNa go everywhere but the time it's it's all said and done and to have that in my heart to know that there there's a humble audience waiting for a follow up. It gave me the peace of mind to go into the studio with Scott again and Dave and be in Nashville being when pig. Bring these two pieces of the project together and Believe in my songs from the start not waiting for them to be validated. After I I trusted I knew I'm aware of my abilities. And I record songs and play shows. I was trying to prove that so hard for so long and show that I'm you know Just as valid a songwriter artist as anybody else. And now that we're here. I can just focus on bringing about the Best Art. I can create
"neil young" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"It's a it's a good deal get your sixty five dollar application fee waived right now at W. G. U. Dot Edu Slash Conan that's cool aw U. Dot Edu Slash Conan that's cool aw life is short and chaotic we live in a world where or anything can happen at any time madness rains we're surrounded by the unknown state farm knows this state farm knows that in life anything thing can happen in fact anything may end will happen as you can tell I'm adding some words to this text did maybe hurting the overall meaning Yep but the tone of voice is serious and that's what's important so you're going to buy a dream car and impulse or someone broke into your apartment <hes> say you you propose to somebody you gotta buy that ring at touching fender bender crash band fender whatever happens and when it comes to home and auto insurance state farm agents there to help get so many agents they have son we've done this before but I guess again seven Nope you are a number keeps getting smaller which is stupid nineteen thousand agents so many agents got agents running into each other in the streets they have agents that go on a blind date and then realize they're blind date is another state farm agent that's how many agents they have nineteen eighteen thousand agents in neighborhoods across the US Evei there could be just around the corner sounds a little menacing but in a good way around the corner so contact an agent today a day could probably just throw a tennis ball and whoever you hit is a state farm agent because no matter what neighborhood you're from or whatever stage of life you're in state farm is there for you Checkup Cup State Farm Dot com today to find an agent in your neighborhood state farm top to an agent today few weeks ago you mentioned something about specific Gerber's baby food and so I thought we'd try some of it out it's actually something we we have in common one of the rare things but I thought we might have a lot of things in common we do yeah you wait glasses on who is this Worley Oh no no no we have very a little a few things I just put my glasses stuff no no no sorry I thought Michael Jordan was sitting next to one of the greatest basketball players of all time in a world class competitor I and I thought yes we have a lot in common then I put my glasses on Oh and it's just girly no yes you're right we have nothing in common yeah okay I'm currently leaving out some spoons he's handing out some wooden spoons and have some vanilla custard pudding from gerbers this this is great I know I love this I don't know how I feel eating baby food let's recap okay is admitted my brother Neil and I used to steal my baby brother Justin's Gerber's baby food we would steal it and for years my brother just was
"neil young" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
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"neil young" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
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"neil young" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"Documentary about making the record we've this whole thing and created it all right there in that amount of time really really special record with old friends and then this guy says says I listen to hear record and I can only listen to it on speakers on my computer so I'm envisioning what the record sounds like speakers acres and this is the guy who he's writing for like hundreds of thousands of Europeans and he listened to the record through these as a little thanks so ongoing while music is really you know gone to new places like this down place where it's just part of the background in where a reviewer of a of an album can say anything about the album after just having time to listen to it on the computer of it's real music thing so that Ah let's jump back to where you were when you say well you know you can cut that all no no I don't Wanna cut that out because accidents better I'll do another that's something you you do that after we do the bond medicated song which by the way I get six percent we talked about that yeah I was in the books which bookstore week go walk in prominently displayed Neil Young and Phil Baker to feel the music and I bought this book and I I knew a lot about this because I know this is something you're really passionate about a lot of people are very passionate about your attempt to get music to be preserved and recorded correctly so that people hear everything that was there in the studio when it was made I read this and you actually talk about this crusade as being the most important important thing you feel you've ever done which is quite a statement coming from you because you've shed I don't I don't mean to make it seem like anything bigger than is uh-huh on the other hand it's huge is gigantic for earth for people to be able to hear hear music like much closer to live when you hear it coming out of your speakers in your house or your your phones or anything just to be able to hear you're all of it and then because you're hearing it all you start to feel it you know it's like we're being starved and it's hard to get the feelings even though Oh music always will give you feelings and music is great no matter what it comes through you're only getting five percent of it so that's what this book is about the book is really explaining meaning I understood this to some degree but when I pods came out to at the time to get all of the music that people wanted under their I pods people were getting everything was being compressed down to five percent of what was originally there and there's a bunch of people who were just so happy to get their shiny ipod and to have all their music in one place five thousand songs that they didn't realize they've made this sort the Faustian deal where you're getting this music but you're really not getting you're getting you're seeing a tiny tip of the iceberg we're not really seeing the ninety five percent that's underneath breath I understood that what I didn't understand it so I read your book was that the technology has changed so much then that there's no reason for us compressing music anymore there's no need for in in the real world yeah it's just existing and it's given people different levels of quality to to sell the product at really there should be one level it should be great it doesn't cost anymore there's no storage problem anymore streaming as is is happening you know streaming up to this point is sound really bad on don't like streaming because it doesn't make me feel good to listen to it but that's about to change and and now that's coming really soon and giant way it's going to be a beautiful thing but what's interesting is that the technology has changed so that now we can get all this music and we can hear something I love I love it when I can hear a musicians hand changed court position yeah their hand squeaks up against the back of the neck of the guitar and an acoustic thing in the air comes from movement and you can pick pick that air up and everything in fine recording you get everything it doesn't have to be limited to a little window and people accepted that when they took on the iphones owns and that whole generation of thing they accepted it they bought into it but it's not necessary anymore no they can have everybody can have a one hundred percent of of what was or ninety five percent of what was record in the room they can have that they're not used to getting it does a little bit of an urgency in having this stuff recorded because does the original tapes of these amazing recordings we're talking to eat pre rock and roll we're talking about jazz greats we're talking about orchestral greats you talk about Nelson Riddle you talk about Frank Sinatra talk about he's a great recordings that stuff is degrading yeah it's it's coming apart it's falling apart and if we don't get it I don't care what happens if the technology it's gone that's it yeah we have a moment so you know that's that's it we gotta try to figure that out and and do that there are ways doing about it has to start happening and you know so I'm hoping that by people actually being able to hear everything very soon not just with me but in a giant way around the world and actually here hi Rez that they're going to be able to understand the difference it's feeling of people have to they have to want it and love it because they've heard it not because they've heard about it. There's been a big resurgence in vinyl in the last ten fifteen years you you know Jack White third man records yeah doing recordings on vinyl he made a vinyl record for me and it's one of my prized possessions 'cause I've had some cool things happening in my life but when he handed me my vinyl record there I got a chill to this day I feel it's and and there's something about that I don't know what it is but it does I don't know why is counterintuitive that a technology that existed in one thousand nine hundred twenty s would be superior and warmer in somehow richer and deeper than something than stuff we've come up with in the nineteen eighties nineties it is counterintuitive and I think it's just it's just the we had happened but we can get out of it and we're on our way.
"neil young" Discussed on Conan Oâ€™Brien Needs A Friend
"I am Neil young and I feel good about being CONAN'S FRIEND BACK TO SCHOOL MINGO being Nobel walking books Well Hello Conan O'Brien here with another episode of my podcast asked Conan O'Brien needs a friend and I'm joined by my loyal team my assistant of how many years Sona how many years have you oh my God it's going to be almost eleven eleven is it almost eleven years no longer does a trusted ally that's nice yeah leave but at that when you guys I hired me US said he'd love a five year commitment and I was like five years Oh my God what my wife said I said I'd like a five year commit what's with you with that body and I was like she was like well would you be working out and would there be certain surgical enhancements so those were all handled and I got a five year commitment okay yeah you well there's been made major payouts certain points across the way she got a very good lawyer anyway yes we've been together contractually seventeen eighteen years and I'm also joined by our he says he's the producer Matt Gourley and I do prize that you're very good at what you do once once I determine what that is I'll be even more impressed same here I'm not sure what I do know you're you're a calm cool presence I don't quite know what it is you do I know you make little tweaks tweaks here and there oh I do more than little tweaks piece this thing together piecing together we talked we just bill bobble right and you press record and then you press stop when we're done I don't will this will I have no buttons ame anywhere let's give that's true let's give a shout out to our master DJ funk funk genius will fight in will will is back there will always sitting behind you've got a console that looks like you're piloting the the starship enterprise when again I think there's a a play button what do you do do you have to do things really as justice you have to make I know that you lower where my voice so that it sounds a little more masculine what do you do it levels mainly ride level swilling engineer so he makes sure this thing is running smoothly technically yes I take all those pieces put together configure and edit the content of the segments in how dare you edit me boy you don't add it me meditate take please the occasional diatribe against the Ottoman empire aside I don't know I really go to go back and go after empires should collapsed long ago have no problem with that but Mike you talking about this in the second season I know this because I'm a guy listen this is my analogy and if I've used this before I apologize I am the Pharaoh that commissioned the pyramid God and occasionally brought out to look the massive beautiful structure that's no you're the weird ancient alien that came down and said build me a triangle Mel Mil Mi and try and go why not sure but do it and then I'll middle freak everyone out it also use some crop circles yeah we're the planet they prank aliens come to Earth to prank it once in a while they build they build build a pyramid they do something inexplicable that just has us scratching our heads Stonehenge stonehenge and then they blast away a couple of thousand light years and they just laughed their asses off that's the best explanation I've ever heard for any of those yeah well thank you and you're welcome this planet is a big joke exactly that's right there just cackling tackling they're hiding behind another planet crouched over cackling but we're going ha so maybe these were built by Pharaoh step we got them good Edgar Bleed good one ream Gore tomorrow short I don't I don't know how many of us are there in this saucer delaying delaying the only needs to be two of US lower lip can see why are we improvising so many different names golomb cold look at his shore angling of Blang there's sixty five aliens in this I didn't get to all of them ah good one slur Glock Bowling look do you think they'll get mad that and so you don't need any editing wow you waited to fire the torpedo I like it you made sure that the ship was carrying plenty of women and children before you let go that torpedo the alien speak English yes except the well as an author there's licensed there so what we have is a loose translation but their names are not translated because it's not finally go good one Dave Save Your right Chris Hey Matt what do you think rick that's there's no laughs there there so you have to go go go leap all right we we really have to get down to this I am lamb ah this it's hard to build up guests sometimes because we've had so many great guests not just last season but this season so many amazing guests already but my guest today is a legend he is a music legend and how often do you get to say that he's got over forty albums Jesus didn't even own forty albums these are well you should own all of of these because this is the man he has twice been inducted into the rock and Roll Hall of fame and on October twenty fifth he will release a new album titled Colorado with his band crazy crazy horse I hope you're getting a pretty good idea of who this is.