Lifelong Neil?


Anyone giving this a try?
I don't stream, but if I did, looks like it may be worthwhile for $20.
https://www.spin.com/2018/12/neil-young-archives-launch-app-subscription-service-this-is-a-lifes-wor...


tablejockey
It was free this time last year. It's an awesome resource for any serious Neil Young fan.....
I really like Neil Young I really dislike subscriptions to single subjects. 
As I continue buying vinyl and cds etc...
Hope it doesn't turn out like the PONO fiasco.
"It was free this time last year. It's an awesome resource for any serious Neil Young fan....."
reubent- shows how out of it I am with the times! Still playing his records from the 60/70's.

Just haven't got the itch to make the leap to streaming. It is great to have a library at the touch of a screen. 
Cool. I like Neil, his music and things he has tried to do with it. Be careful, in that report it says his machine to do all this is a monster.
🎶😀 Neil Sedaka rocks!
"Neil Sedaka rocks!"
I bet there are some fans in the closet..guilty pleasure
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTTVx--i3m0cmon...we were tapping our feet in the car, when it played on the radio.
Soon after that song, search for a Rolling Stones, Black Sabbath or Who cut to redeem myself as a R&R disciple.


Both Neil Young and (the very-out-of-place) Neil Diamond were in The Last Waltz. Young for his Canadian connection with The Band, Diamond supposedly to represent Brill Building-era songwriting. In actuality it was because at the time of the films' taping Robbie Robertson was producing an album for Diamond. Robertson was, as always, thinking in terms of what benefitted him, not The Band.
Whatever did happen with the PONO??
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