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Archives Vol. I: 1963-1972

Neil Young

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Archives Vol. I: 1963-1972

Neil Young

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Label: Reprise
Here it is, folks: the digital version of the boxed set Neil's fans have been waiting 1,000 years to be released. Covering the first decade of his career, it's packed with delicious rarities: recordings of his surf band The Squires, Buffalo Springfield outtakes and alternate versions of classics like "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" and "Only Love Can Break Your Heart." The only sticking point is that a decent portion of the collection was previously released as stand-alone titles. These include Live at the Fillmore East and Live at Massey Hall. Nevertheless, both are essential listening.

About This Album

Here it is, folks: the digital version of the boxed set Neil's fans have been waiting 1,000 years to be released. Covering the first decade of his career, it's packed with delicious rarities: recordings of his surf band The Squires, Buffalo Springfield outtakes and alternate versions of classics like "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" and "Only Love Can Break Your Heart." The only sticking point is that a decent portion of the collection was previously released as stand-alone titles. These include Live at the Fillmore East and Live at Massey Hall. Nevertheless, both are essential listening.

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About This Album

Here it is, folks: the digital version of the boxed set Neil's fans have been waiting 1,000 years to be released. Covering the first decade of his career, it's packed with delicious rarities: recordings of his surf band The Squires, Buffalo Springfield outtakes and alternate versions of classics like "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" and "Only Love Can Break Your Heart." The only sticking point is that a decent portion of the collection was previously released as stand-alone titles. These include Live at the Fillmore East and Live at Massey Hall. Nevertheless, both are essential listening.