Neil Young Has “Four to Five” Unreleased Crazy Horse Albums In The Pipeline

first_imgNeil Young & Crazy Horse have been making some big moves lately. Earlier this month, Young and the explosive rock group—which features Billy Talbot, Ralph Molina, and Nils Lofgren—reunited for the first the time since 2014 when they hosted a two-night stand in Fresno, CA, featuring a few huge bust outs that hadn’t been played in decades.Fortunately, it doesn’t sound like the fun will be stopping here. In a new interview with Yahoo, Young said, “four or five Crazy Horse albums that have never been heard, that are sitting there ready to come out.” Evidently, the albums will be released via the Neil Young Archives, a densely-packed site that showcases five decades worth of Young’s output, including studio material and vintage live recordings. Additionally, Young has also revealed that an animated film he intended to release with his 1982 electronic music album Trans is finally in the works. The iconic singer-songwriter and guitarist told Yahoo that the movie was never filmed due to disputes with his record label Geffen (the label eventually sued him because his early ‘80s output was “unrepresentative” of his earlier work). While Trans was a commercially and artistically divisive release in its day, the record was Young’s way of making a statement about the difficulty of communicating with his son Ben, who was born with cerebral palsy. According to Young, he is currently planning to produce the 35-minute film with the help of Willie Nelson’s son Micah.[H/T – JamBase]last_img

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