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Neil Young discusses his Pagan church in this animated lost interview from 2006


In 2006, Neil Young spoke with Cal Fussman about spirituality and his paganism.

“I think I found peace in paganism. Jesus didn’t go to church, okay, so I’m way back there. I go to the forest, I go to the wheat fields, I go in the river, I go where the wind is. That’s my church.”

Spotter: Quoted Studios, Laughing Squid

Posted: 21st, June 2017 | In: Celebrities | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Neil Young Launches Pono Music Player




IF you can’t sell records anymore, thanks to illegal downloaders and the like, then why not work out another way of making money? That’s what Neil Young has done – instead of pissing around with music sales, he’s launched something you can’t download: something to play your music on.

So say hello to the Pono, which is apparently a high quality device. Young said of the gizmo: “once you hear this, you can’t go back”.

Pono will be a digital music service (PonoMusic) and 128GB portable device (PonoPlayer) and you’ll be able to store 2,000 high resolution songs.

It is described as a “purpose-built, portable, high-resolution digital-music player designed and engineered in a “no-compromise” fashion to allow consumers to experience studio master-quality digital music at the highest audio fidelity possible, bringing the true emotion and detail of the music, the way the artist recorded it, to life.”

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Posted: 14th, March 2014 | In: Music, Technology | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Jack White And Neil Young To Team Up For Grumpiest LP Ever Recorded?

APPARENTLY Neil Young and Jack White have teamed-up for an album of covers. Seeing as this is two of the most miserable singers on the planet, you can only imagine the size of the raincloud over the studio while they recorded.

We can only hope that Morrissey and Van Morrison get together in a bid to outdo this hugely glum record.

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Posted: 20th, January 2014 | In: Music, Reviews | Comment (1) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0