Neil Young Shared His Musical Archive Online, Including A Collection Of Unreleased Albums
This week, Neil Young officially launched the Neil Young Archives, a comprehensive interactive online repository of all things Neil, from photos and stories to a complete, high-fidelity streaming of his entire decades-long catalogue of recorded music.
Visit his official website neilyoungarchives.com, and you can get lost in over 50 years of recorded history, including his solo material, as well as projects cooked up with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, as well as his earlier group Buffalo Springfield, totally for free.
“We developed the archives to provide fans and historians with unprecedented access to all of my music and my entire archive in one convenient location,” Young wrote in a lengthy welcome letter.
The archive details Young’s extensive discography with a Timeline feature cataloging every single recorded track or album he’s ever produced. There’s also a Filing Cabinet organizing all the songs in chronological order, complete with Info Cards containing associated credits, memorabilia, films or video, press, and photographs.
A timeline will soon be live in which fans can explore Young’s vast catalog. The archives span 1963 through ‘today’s date.’
Check out the Neil Young Archives: neilyoungarchives.com