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    Neil and Crazy Horse Not Dead Yet


    The world is perfect. Appreciate the details.

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    Cool. Nice video of Cortez the Killer in the link. I'm gonna see his Solo tour in a small theatre in Spokane. Figure it is probably the last time I will catch him. And, apparently, he likes Spokane because they are the first city to have a lawsuit against Monsanto. Otherwise, the Inland NW would be skipped over.

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    He said a lot in his book about crazy horse,

    said crazy horse could take him where no other band could
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    "When I retire, people will know, because I'll be dead" -Neil Young

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    Neil and Crazy Horse Not Dead Yet

    Who is the short guy with the scarf? That can’t be Poncho or is it?

    Edit: I opened the link, Nils that is, pretty cool.
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Defying death! Every day is a gift.

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    I am actually stunned how good they sound in that video. Neil has aged incredibly well. His voice and his guitar tone are spot on.
    crab in my shoe mouth

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    Yeah, Poncho is content farming/gardening in Hawaii.

    I think that pic of them is in Colorado witch is kind of cool.

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    There are 11 new songs, ranging from 3 minutes to 14 minutes of music each, which: "We believe we have a great Crazy Horse album, one to stand alongside ‘Everybody Know’s this is Nowhere’, ‘Rust Never Sleeps’, Sleeps With Angels’, ‘Psychedelic Pill’ and all the others."

    Thank you TW.

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    Yeah, those are good, but I want another Ragged Glory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Yeah, those are good, but I want another Ragged Glory.
    He already created Ragged Glory.

    Its about the present.

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    Well, frankly, a lot of his latest stuff over the last decade sucks.

    Seriously, once a lot of these guys kick coke, they lose it. In Keith Richard's case, it was junk. Maybe with Neil it's both. And a little old age, too. But, it's kind of amazing he's still out there rocking considering his physical state and personal relationship turmoil. He'll die on stage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Well, frankly, a lot of his latest stuff over the last decade sucks.
    Think of all the money you've saved!

    "Some folks may have the luxury to hold out for “the perfect.” But a lot of Americans are hurting right now and they can’t wait for that." - Hillary Clinton

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    Interesting story on how Southern Man came together.... (so young)...


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    Pretty sick story about Southern Man

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    Oh, Alabama
    Can I see you and shake your hand
    Make friends down in Alabama
    I'm from a new land
    I come to you and see all this ruin
    What are you doing Alabama?
    You got the rest of the union to help you along
    What's going wrong?




    The music will live on forever.

    And sadly stay relevant, apparently.

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    Y'all should read Shakey his bio
    Its very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    Y'all should read Shakey his bio
    Its very good.
    I read it a long time ago and have kept it to read again. A very good read that really is cool at giving the backstory on a lot of his songs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benny Profane View Post
    Well, frankly, a lot of his latest stuff over the last decade sucks.

    Seriously, once a lot of these guys kick coke, they lose it. In Keith Richard's case, it was junk. Maybe with Neil it's both. And a little old age, too. But, it's kind of amazing he's still out there rocking considering his physical state and personal relationship turmoil. He'll die on stage.

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    he aint singin for nobunny

    you should sue him for not making music you think he should
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    Last time I saw him was MSG with Wilco opening likely 8ish years ago?

    Stoked for Farm Aid in Sept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodsy View Post
    Y'all should read Shakey his bio
    Its very good.
    He wrote his own.

    https://www.amazon.com/Waging-Heavy-...62445488&psc=1

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    im not a big car guy
    but special deluxe was a good read
    After the who stampede in 79 i thought id never git to see a who wants to be in the 1st row bad enough festival seating show
    but they do it different over the pond
    and outta the 17 shows ive caught live with the horses loco in frankfurt 87 was one of the if not best
    "When the child was a child it waited patiently for the first snow and it still does"- Van "The Man" Morrison
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