NEIL YOUNG – ” The Vaults “

Posted: December 2, 2017 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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If you woke up this morning with an insatiable need to feed your ears with nothing but Neil Young’s incomparable back catalogue of music, then you’re in luck, with the legendary Canadian muso today throwing open the doors to his vault and allowing listeners to hear everything he has ever recorded – all for free!

Neil Young first announced the existence of this ambitious archival project back in August, stating that he planned to keep it up to date with every single piece of music he has ever produced. “Every single, recorded track or album I have produced is represented. It is always current,” he said.

“You can browse though the music I made between today’s date and 1963, when I made my first recordings in Canada and it was released as a 45 RPM single. You can zoom in to the timeline and see a particular period in detail, and pull back to view the surrounding years. View all albums currently released and see albums still unreleased and in production just by using the controls to zoom through the years.”

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Now, in conjunction with the release of his 39th studio album, The Visitor, Neil Young has opened the archive for business, giving fans the chance to hear some seriously impressive music.

The Neil Young Archive is now active, and presents everything the legendary musician has put his name to, including information about his film projects and books. Fans are given the chance to peruse Young’s amazing back catalogue for free, whilst information relating to the recording, including the date, studio, location, and personnel involved, is also included.

Most impressively though, the archive also includes a number of unreleased Neil Young records, including Toast, Homegrown, and Chrome Dreams, though they’re not quite yet available to stream. Given Young’s recent penchant for releasing these famously ‘lost’ albums, we probably won’t be waiting too long for them to become available.

View the tutorial video from Neil Young below, in which he reminds fans, “Don’t forget to have a good time, and try not to get lost.”

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