Thursday, September 20, 2012


Love and Only Love

Neil Young is clean, releasing an autobiography, and performing extremely long versions of his songs live with Crazy Horse.

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Princess Gigglyfart

Neil Young is my favorite. Especially with Crazy Horse.

He is the most sincere human being, and every song he writes is a love song no matter what it's about.

And at the same time, he somehow manages to be the most punkrock asshole motherfucker who ever lived. Love that guy.


@Princess Gigglyfart I love how pissed off he looks in this video of CSNY playing with Tom Jones.


@cuminafterall stephen stills is almost more over the top than tom jones

Princess Gigglyfart

@cuminafterall BLAHAHA This is hilarious and great at the same time!


What a wonderful way to begin a concert! I love this song and I love "Ragged Glory". I will be at the Hollywood Bowl, too!!!@m


Is it just me, or does Young come out of this article sounding like a juicebox? I mean, I still enjoy his music, but shit.

Caitlin Podiak

My boyfriend and I slept on gym mats in Neil Young's exercise room on New Year's 2008 and again in 2009. His house/property is crazily awesome.

fondue with cheddar

I have immense love for Neil Young's music, but my main curiosity about this book is whether it talks about what the hell he and Devo were thinking when they made < ahref="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BOz12CN7tM">that movie.


saw him and crazy horse open with love and only love at red rocks this summer which was amazing. i love his shows because you never know what obscure gems he is going to play. he definitely plays what he wants, not crowd pleasers. he played a 15ish minute version of "Fuck'n up" last time i saw him, maybe his worst song ever but he looked like he was giddy the entire time.


A copy of Shakey turned up in my laundry room library and it is forevery fascinating. You can open it to any page and find a fascinating story, I recommend it to everyone even slightly interested in how music gets made.

Porn Peddler

Why are there only nine comments on this? I'm doubting all of you rn.

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