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This is the first volume of the Neil Young Archives series of box sets, produced by Neil Young himself. This series is the definitive, comprehensive, chronological survey of his entire body of work. Volume I covers the period from his earliest recordings with the Squires in Winnipeg, 1963, through to his classic 1972 album, Harvest and beyond, including studio and live tracks with the legendary Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and Neil Young with Crazy Horse. This CD edition contains 8 discs, each in its own custom sleeve, with a total of 116 tracks, all presented in HDCD quality sound, and featuring over 40 previously unreleased songs, versions, mixes, or rare tracks. This edition is housed in a custom disc keeper holding the 8 sleeved discs, a descriptive booklet, and a foldout archives poster.
I have been a Neil Young fan since the formation of "Buffalo Springfield" in 1966. I was a freshman in college that Fall, and when I heard his songs for the first time,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary H Horton
I'm not sure who would get this except a big fan. I got it at a discount cuz one of the cd's was missing. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Chris bct
A Christmas gift to son-in-law who was very pleased to receive it as he had personally picked it out.Published 7 months ago by PAB
very good collection of songs performed by neil young through his earlier moments in his musical career!Published 9 months ago by bill turner jr.
I admit I bought this set used. I love Neil, but I'm not rich, and I wasn't willing to wait for the price to come down. I got it used from Amazon. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Pat in NH
Ignore the groaners, complainers, and hipsters, this is an excellent collection of Neil, especially his Buffalo Springfield, early Crazy Horse work, and his Laurel Canyon era. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Bmonster
I'm not a deeply committed fan, but I do have quite a few Neil Young albums, among them After the Gold Rush and Harvest (and, yes, I have the remastered ones). Read morePublished 12 months ago by W. K. Gray
Great un-released, not heard before songs from one of the songwriter masters.
Neil, I believe spent many hours selecting the tracks and running order for the set. Read more
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|where are all the hidden tracks & easter eggs?||
"hidden tracks & easter eggs" WHY are companies and artists still doing this crap? Just put the stuff on the disc in a way that it can be accessed by EVERYBODY easily. The whole hidden track/easter egg/bonus track after 10 minutes of silence etc garabage has got to be THE single most... Read More
Jul 17, 2009 by Mike Fey | See all 5 posts
I agree, I think he should release the others separately as well. Time Fades Away stuff will probably start off the second box. I notice that they do have an audio cd version of this now listed for $71 which isn't bad, it's just that like you said....I don't want the Massey Hall and Fillmore... Read More
Apr 13, 2009 by Jeffrey Baer | See all 29 posts
|where's the book??... any book!!!||
You can order the full blown book from the NY Archives site:
Jun 4, 2009 by Hong Kong Phooey | See all 3 posts
|Three volumes have already been released||
The problem, I'm theorizing, is that this release wasn't intended as just a rarities collection.
Neil Young has not had a "greatest hits" boxed set, ever. (Decade doesn't count, since it only amounts to two discs in the CD age) At the same time, he loves releasing live material, even... Read More
Jun 3, 2009 by D. Mok | See all 11 posts
|Uncompromising Spirit of a Native Son||
Great article. You hit the high notes and ended on When God Made Me - maybe one of Neil's most poignant songs ever. Long may you run Jazzman.
Oct 7, 2009 by Sawtooth | See all 2 posts