Neil Young Recording With Crazy Horse
With rumors swirling for the past few days about Neil Young (and not helped by his snide comments about the quality of sound in music today), Rolling Stone confirmed that the outspoken Canadian rocker will, in fact, record with his old band Crazy Horse in the near future.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse started recording and playing shows together in 1968 after Buffalo Springfield disbanded. Their on-again, off-again performance history (before, during, and after Young’s stint with Crosby, Stills, and Nash in the late 60s and early 70s) has included hit albums like Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, Zuma, Rust Never Sleeps and Ragged Glory.
While some members of Crazy Horse have worked with Neil Young into the 21st century, the full lineup hasn’t backed Young on a studio album since 1996’s Broken Arrow.
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