David Crosby knows a thing or two about making big mistakes in full view of the public, and he's learned to be perfectly blunt about blunders -- both his own and those committed by people close to him.
For years, Neil Young has bemoaned the fidelity losses that digital music consumers have had to accept as a tradeoff for portable convenience. Later this month, he'll finally introduce his own solution to the marketplace.
After considerable delay, 'Time Fades Away,' Neil Young's live album from 1973, will finally be re-released. The record has been kept out-of-print for years by Young, who called it "a total joke" and "the worst record I ever made" in 1987.
Neil Young has reportedly completed work on an upcoming album, which is nothing new for the prolific singer-songwriter. The big news here is that the record is supposedly an all-covers project with Jack White.
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