Keeping it real for the family and bringing it home to the people. Still Living with War though. Labels: neil youngpodcastradio. As always a nice read -- especially as we look back while looking ahead. Details follow below. The latest issue of Broken Arrow Magazine — number — is now out with another interesting mixture of articles and photographs.
We truly appreciate being able to what we do here at TW, and we love being able to give something back in return. Deadline: Sept 10, We'll then randomly select Thrasher's Wheat readers as winners. Don't Be Denied! Labels: broken arrowmagazineneil youngnyas. Here's some very interesting wishful thinking by Lone Red Rider on Rust : Here are some ramblings on what may be on the forthcoming CD. One song, the longest, is 26 min long. Then there are 3 other "quite long" songs and a bunch more of "normal length".
There will be a lot of excursions. Poncho also mentions that the new sessions kicked off with a "2 chord jam" that lasted "almost 30 minutes" which started as a "sketch" and Neil went back in and "filled in the gaps".
Following this, Neil came in with more realized songs. He also mentioned that "Walk Like A Giant" was recorded in 1 take and then they went back for overdubs.
The result surprised everyone in terms of it's "hugeness". Then there was the "Horseback" Jam Which was about 17minutes long before they broke into an equally long Cortez.
One might assume that the songs we are getting live are about as long or longer than their studio versions with the feedback codas, etc.
That tends to happen a lot. And they are clearly more than "2 chord Jams". Maybe Neil did something with the Horseback Jam and turned it into a song. Or perhaps there is something else here. Figure if he can go back for "I Wonder Why" he could also pull other very personal songs out from his past. Hard to believe we could be getting another Crazy Horse CD in about 2 months time. Can't wait until the real info starts rolling in. Meanwhile, I wonder if the lads are getting in any more studio time Hopefully this is another fertile and creative period for Neil!
Sounds like some good hunches. A double album would be such a trip. It would be like 3 Crazy Horses albums in one year. Lucky us. Enter your email address Delivered by FeedBurner Mailing list subscribers eligible to win cool Neil stuff! No spam. We promise. Contact Us Like what we do here? Support Thrasher's Wheat Can't donate? No problem. Here are other ways to help support us so we can continue blogging Photo by Craig Abaya courtesy of The Bridge School.
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Retrieved June 3, Authority control MusicBrainz release group. Categories : albums LP singer albums Vagrant Records albums. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. December 9, Tried to Lost In Yourself Again - Mosh (11) - The Damage Done (CD) so much without words. Taken a shot, but left my pride. This moment only made my words ring true. I set a standard for myself that I control.
It stays with me no matter what I do. How many bands could go straight from a demo tape to an LP? Not to mention, go straight from a demo tape to an LP on a classic label, Revelation Records. And to take it one step further, for that LP to become pretty much the record that puts Revelation back on the map as far as traditional hardcore goes?
That is just another testament to IME being light years ahead of the rest of their peers. The main colors of vinyl done by BWR were blue vinyl and clear vinyl, with a bunch of limited covers over the years. The first copy shown on blue vinyl is the regular cover. I also owned a copy on Lost In Yourself Again - Mosh (11) - The Damage Done (CD) vinyl with regular cover at one point.
There was a record release cover for the show on May 16th, that also came with clear vinyl. The final 2 copies are a European release on Grapes of Wrath Records. There were 50 on silver vinyl, and on white. I never owned a copy on black vinyl with regular Grapes Of Wrath cover, but I do think those exist.
Close-up of the record release cover. I grew up in Oroville, CA, a small town in Northern California of only 10, people, so it was kind of amazing that my best friend Zach Harlan and I ever found punk or hardcore in the first place.
Zach had started a band called Conscientious Objector and he was really into some of the metallic stuff Rev was doing on Crisis Records like ShaiHulud and Morning Again. I tried to get into that stuff, but it really just never connected with me. It was actually a couple of months before I gradually realized that the sound I loved on the GB and Minor Threat records actually did exist today. To this day, I still absolutely love both of these records. With original artwork by Pushead, this definitely set this release apart.
There were only on red Lost In Yourself Again - Mosh (11) - The Damage Done (CD), on yellow vinyl, and then a bunch on black. That is a real shame. Kids need to hear this band! He was selling a bunch of records via an auction on the Rev Board not eBay. There would be a specified end-date, so on the last day, you just checked the messageboard for the current status of the bid, emailed in the best bid you could do to top it, and crossed your fingers that no one else emailed in anything higher.
Promo poster for the release on Revelation Records. I love everything about it, from the lyrics, to the song-writing, to the layout. From that day forward, I feel like I listened to that record every single day for like two years straight. To this day, I probably listen to Lost In Yourself Again - Mosh (11) - The Damage Done (CD) once every two weeks or so! I remember wanting this thing sooo badly.
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