Young, Neil

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

A Letter Home
Used - LP - TMR 245
2014 US Original, Still In Shrink With Small Shrink Tear. This Album Of Covers Takes The Form Of A Letter Young Is Writing To His Deceased Mom. It Was Recorded At Jack White's Studio Using A Refurbished 1947 Voice-A-Graph Booth Direct To One Track Mono. more
A Letter Home
New - LP - TMR-245
Sealed 2014 Original. This Album Of Covers Takes The Form Of A Letter Young Is Writing To His Deceased Mom. It Was Recorded At Jack White's Studio Using A Refurbished 1947 Voice-A-Graph Booth Direct To One Track Mono. more
A Letter Home (Deluxe)
New - LP - 1-541532
Sealed, Out Of Print, Limited Edition 2014 Deluxe Edition Box Set. Features The Album Presented In Several Versions: A Standard 180gm 12" LP, An Audiophile 180gm Direct From Booth 12" LP, 6 Clear Vinyl 7" Singles, CD. Also Included Is A DVD Documenting The Process With Video Footage And Interviews, A 32 Page Full Size Book Plus A Bonus Clear Vinyl 7" Single With A Non-Album Version Of Bob Dylan's "Blowing In The Wind." A Truly Stunning Presentation. Second Scan Is A Stock Photo Of The Contents. more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - RS 6383
1970 Early 2nd Gatefold Repress At Terre Haute Plant, On Tan Steamboat Label (Without Small Registered Logo). Gatefold Jacket Also Indicates An Early Reissue As Nils Lofgren Is The Only Piano Credit On Rear Of Cover. Includes Lyric Insert & Inner Sleeve. A California Country Rock Must Have. Includes "Tell Me Why" & "Southern Man" And Many More Great Songs. Few Light Corner And Edge Rubs. more
After The Gold Rush
New - LP - 517936-1
Sealed 2009 140gm Out Of Print Reissue Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. Like All The Recent Neil Young Reissues, All The Music Has Been Meticulously Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes. Anyone Who Follows Young Closely Knows He Is A Fidelity Freak, So We Would Expect These To Live Up To The Hype. "After The Gold Rush," Released In 1970, Is A Masterpiece That Showcases His Songwriting Prowess, Lyrical Depth, And Musical Versatility. Young Wrote And Recorded The Album During A Period Of Personal And Professional Transition, Following The Disbandment Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young And The End Of His Relationship With Actress Carrie Snodgress. This Introspective Phase Fueled Young's Songwriting, Resulting In A Collection Of Emotionally Charged And Introspective Songs. Young Assembled A Diverse Array Of Musicians, Including Members Of Crazy Horse And Nils Lofgren, To Bring His Vision To Life. The Sessions Took Place In Various Locations, From Young's Home To A Makeshift Recording Studio In His Basement. This Relaxed And Informal Atmosphere Allowed For Spontaneous Creativity And Experimentation, Contributing To The Album's Unique Sound. Tracks Like The Ethereal Title Track, The Haunting "Birds," And The Hard-hitting "Southern Man" Showcase Young's Range As A Songwriter And Musician, Creating A Diverse And Captivating Listening Experience. more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - P-10120R
Beautiful Near Mint Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Obi And Insert. more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - RS 6383
Beautiful Steamboat Label 2nd Issue With Boxed "R" In Orange And "Stereo" Printed At The Bottom Of The Label. No Poster. 1A/RE2 Stampers. Appears Unplayed. When Capitol Began Pressing Records For Warner Brothers (Relacing Columbia), "After The Gold Rush" Was Remastered Using A Recently Remixed Master. "When You Dance, I Can Really Love" Has An Obvious Brighter, Cleaner sound And Is Extended. These Remixed Copies Are Denoted By "RE2" In The Dead Wax On Side 2. more
After The Gold Rush
New - LP - 6383
Sealed Gatefold. No Bar Code On Cover. Label Variation Unknown. Tiny Corner Of Front Jacket Folded In During The Manufacturing Process (See Scan Top Right). more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - 27243
Late 1980's Gatefold Reissue. Appears Unplayed. more
After The Gold Rush
New - LP - 6383
Factory Sealed Gatefold. No Bar Code On Jacket, No Cut Outs. Label Variant Unknown But Piano Credits On Rear Jacket Include Neil Young, Jack Nitzsche & Nils Lofgren Which Indicates A Second Pressing. more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - MSK 2283
Late 70's Gatefold Reissue. Appears Unplayed. Steamboat Label, Barcode On Back Jacket. more
After The Gold Rush
New - LP - 517936
Sealed 2009 140gm Out Of Print Reissue Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. Like All The Recent Neil Young Reissues, All The Music Has Been Meticulously Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes. Anyone Who Follows Young Closely Knows He Is A Fidelity Freak, So We Would Expect These To Live Up To The Hype. more
After The Gold Rush
New - LP - MSK 2283
Sealed 1978 Heavy Gatefold 2nd Issue. Tiny Saw Cut. No Bar Code. more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - RS 6383
1970 White Label Promo Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Poster. Side Two Has A Light Tick For About Ten Revolutions At The Start Of Track Three, Hence Drastically Reduced Price. If Perfect $400. Very Succulent Sound! more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - MSK 2283
Late 70's Gatefold Steamboat Label Reissue. Includes Fold Out Lyric Poster. Vinyl Appears Unplayed. more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - RS 6383
Steamboat Label 2nd Issue Gatefold With Boxed "R" In Orange And "Stereo" Printed At The Bottom Of The Label Still In Shrink Wrap. Includes The Poster. 1A/1A Stampers. Some Light Superficial Marks On The Vinyl, But It Plays Quietly. more
After The Gold Rush
Audiophile - LP - SVLP 0023
From 1998, One Of The Rarest Simply Vinyl Titles And The First Copy We Have Ever Had In Stock. The Simply Vinyl Catalog Number Is On The Spine, But Not On The Back Cover. Appears Unplayed. Gatefold Has A Tiny Corner Dent. more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - 44 088
Beautiful German Gatefold Reissue. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
After The Gold Rush
Audiophile - LP - SVLP 0023
Sealed And Pristine 180gm Audiophile Gatefold Pressing. One Of The Rarest Simply Vinyl Titles. more
After The Gold Rush
Used - LP - RS 6383
Beautiful Steamboat Label 2nd Issue Gatefold With Boxed "R" In Orange And "Stereo" Printed At The Bottom Of The Label Still In Shrink Wrap With The Original Fedco Price Tag Intact (Original Pressings Which Are Extremely Rare Have Two Color Labels). Includes The Poster. 1A/1A Stampers. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
After The Gold Rush
Audiophile - LP - SVLP 023
Factory Sealed, Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition 180gm Import Reissue. Tiny Top Seam Crack. more
After The Gold Rush (Pink Lettering)
Used - LP - 6383
Hideously Rare Gatefold With Pink Lettering Across The Top Of The Jacket. The First (And Only Other) Time I Saw A Copy Of This Back Twenty Years Ago, I Did A Double Take, Thinking Someone Had Colored In The Top Of The Jacket With Pink Marker. It Is In Fact A Legitimate Copy That Came From The Factory That Way. There Is A Hint Of Ring Wear At The Bottom Of The Jacket. Has The LP With A Steamboat Label And "R" In An Orange Box. LP Is Near Mint And The Stampers Are RE2/LW4 And "When You Dance I Can Really Dance" Is An Alternate, Extended Remixed Version. A Juicy Conversation Piece. more
After The Gold Rush (Test Pressing)
Audiophile - LP - 517936 / RS 6383
New, Unplayed Test Pressing Dated June 16, 2009. This 140gm Version Of This Reissue Was Never Commercially Released. After The Test Pressings Were Manufactured, It Was Decided To Only Issue The 180gm Version. more
After The Gold Rush (Test Pressing)
Audiophile - LP - 517936 / RS 6383
New, Unplayed 2009 180gm Test Pressing. more
American Stars 'N Bars
Used - LP - MSK 2261
1977 Steamboat Label Original. LW2/LW2 Stampers (Lowest We Have Seen). Pink Promo Sticker And Song Hype Sticker On Front Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
American Stars 'N Bars
New - LP - MSK 2261
Sealed 1977 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. more
American Stars 'N Bars
Used - LP - MSK 2261
Beautiful 1977 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve And Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. more
American Stars 'N Bars
New - LP - REP 54 088
Sealed German Reissue With Barcode Sticker On Shrink-Wrap. Sleeve Is A Little Wavy Due To The Shrink, Hence Price. more
American Stars 'N Bars
New - LP - MSK 2261
Factory Sealed 1977 Original. No Cuts Or Holes! Unable To Confirm Exact Pressing. "American Stars 'N Bars" is an album that demonstrates Neil Young's versatility as a songwriter and performer, and his ability to experiment with different sounds and styles. The standout track on the album is "Like a Hurricane," a hard rock song with a memorable guitar riff and an intense vocal performance. The song has become one of Neil Young's most beloved and iconic tracks, and it remains a fan favorite to this day. Other notable tracks on the album include "Bite the Bullet," a bluesy track with a gritty guitar solo, and "Star of Bethlehem," a beautiful acoustic ballad with a haunting melody. The album also features a live version of "Will to Love," a previously unreleased track that showcases Neil Young's ability to create a vivid and poetic narrative through his lyrics. While not one of Neil Young's most commercially successful albums, "American Stars 'N Bars" remains a fan favorite and a testament to Neil Young's musical genius. more
American Tour
New - LP - 44778
Sealed 1979 2LP Set Of A Live Recording From The Los Angeles Forum. Some Cover Wear. more
Are You Passionate?
New - LP - 9362-48111-1
2002 2LP Gatefold Original With 4 Page Color Insert. New, Unplayed Copy (These Did Not Come Sealed). more
Are You Passionate?
Used - LP - 48111
Long Out Of Print 2002 2LP 180gm HQ Vinyl, Deluxe Gatefold Cover Plus Bonus Poster Not Available With The (Inferior Pressing) European Version. Recorded, Mixed And Mastered In Analogue. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Are You Passionate?
New - LP - 48111
Sealed 2002 2LP 180gm HQ Original Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover Plus Bonus Poster Not Available With The (Inferior Pressing) European Version. Recorded, Mixed And Mastered In Analogue. Custom Purple Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Are You Passionate?
Used - LP - 48111
2002 2LP 180gm Gatefold Original With 4 Page Color Insert. Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Cut Corner. more
Bluenote Cafe
New - LP - 550219
Sealed 2015 4LP Box Set, Numbered Limited Edition #1946. Recorded At Various Shows During Neil Young And Bluenote Café's 1988 Tour, This Superb Live Set Documents One Of Neil's Most Funky And Heartfelt Periods, Featuring Seven Unreleased Songs — "Soul Of A Woman," "Bad News Comes To Town," Ain't It The Truth," "I'm Goin'," "Crime Of The Heart," "Doghouse," "Fool For Your Love," — And A Searing 19+ Minute Version Of The Immortal "Tonight's The Night" At The Pier In New York City. It Was A Wild Night. Bluenote Café Takes Its Name From The Horn-Powered Band Which Backed Neil On His 1987-1988 Tour Before And After The April '88 Release Of The Studio Album This Note's For You (Originally Credited To Neil Young And The Bluenotes, To The Ire Of Soul Great Harold Melvin). Familiar Young Collaborators And Crazy Horse Veterans Filled The Band, With The Lineup Consisting Of Rick Rosas (Bass), Chad Cromwell (Drums), Frank Sampedro (Keyboards), Steve Lawrence (Lead Tenor Saxophone), Ben Keith (Alto Saxophone), Larry Cragg (Baritone Saxophone), Claude Cailliet (Trombone), Tom Bray (Trumpet), John Fumo (Trumpet), Billy Talbot (Bass) And Ralph Molina (Drums). This Archives Volume Has Been Sequenced In The Manner Of A Complete Show, Drawn From Numerous Tour Stops Including Toronto, San Francisco, Hollywood, New York And Cleveland. more
Bluenote Cafe
New - LP - 550219
Sealed 2015 4LP Box Set. Recorded At Various Shows During Neil Young And Bluenote Café's 1988 Tour, This Superb Live Set Documents One Of Neil's Most Funky And Heartfelt Periods, Featuring Seven Unreleased Songs — "Soul Of A Woman," "Bad News Comes To Town," Ain't It The Truth," "I'm Goin'," "Crime Of The Heart," "Doghouse," "Fool For Your Love," — And A Searing 19+ Minute Version Of The Immortal "Tonight's The Night" At The Pier In New York City. It Was A Wild Night. Bluenote Café Takes Its Name From The Horn-Powered Band Which Backed Neil On His 1987-1988 Tour Before And After The April '88 Release Of The Studio Album This Note's For You (Originally Credited To Neil Young And The Bluenotes, To The Ire Of Soul Great Harold Melvin). Familiar Young Collaborators And Crazy Horse Veterans Filled The Band, With The Lineup Consisting Of Rick Rosas (Bass), Chad Cromwell (Drums), Frank Sampedro (Keyboards), Steve Lawrence (Lead Tenor Saxophone), Ben Keith (Alto Saxophone), Larry Cragg (Baritone Saxophone), Claude Cailliet (Trombone), Tom Bray (Trumpet), John Fumo (Trumpet), Billy Talbot (Bass) And Ralph Molina (Drums). This Archives Volume Has Been Sequenced In The Manner Of A Complete Show, Drawn From Numerous Tour Stops Including Toronto, San Francisco, Hollywood, New York And Cleveland. more
Chrome Dreams II
New - LP - 311932
Sealed 2LP 180gm HQ Gatefold Original With Large Foil Hype Sticker On The Outer Poly Bag. The Much Anticipated Vinyl Edition Of This 2007 Album, Which Included Songs Originally Intended For A 1977 Release Entitled "Chrome Dreams" (Many Of Which Popped Up On Subsequent Neil Records) As Well As Newer Material. Not As Thematically Tight As Most Recent Young Records, But Arguably Better Than Anything He's Released In Quite A While. The Planned 12" Single Release Of "Ordinary People" Is Now On Indefinite Hold! more
Chrome Dreams II
New - LP - 311932-1
Factory Sealed, Out Of Print 2LP 180gm HQ Original Housed In A Deluxe, Heavy-Duty Gatefold. The Much Anticipated Vinyl Edition Of This 2007 Album, Which Included Songs Originally Intended For A 1977 Release Entitled "Chrome Dreams" (Many Of Which Popped Up On Subsequent Neil Records) As Well As Newer Material. Not As Thematically Tight As Most Recent Young Records, But Arguably Better Than Anything He's Released In Quite A While. The Planned 12" Single Release Of "Ordinary People" Is Now On Indefinite Hold! more
Chrome Dreams II
Audiophile - LP - 311932
Out Of Print 2007 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe, Heavy-Duty Gatefold. Side One Has A Superficial Pressing Patch Which Is Inaudible. The Much Anticipated Vinyl Edition Of This Album, Which Included Songs Originally Intended For A 1977 Release Entitled "Chrome Dreams" (Many Of Which Popped Up On Subsequent Neil Records) As Well As Newer Material. Not As Thematically Tight As Most Recent Young Records, But Arguably Better Than Anything He's Released In Quite A While. The Planned 12" Single Release Of "Ordinary People" Is Now On Indefinite Hold! more
Chrome Dreams II
Audiophile - LP - 311932
Factory Sealed 2LP 180gm HQ Test Pressing. The Much Anticipated Vinyl Edition Of This 2007 Album, Which Included Songs Originally Intended For A 1977 Release Entitled "Chrome Dreams" (Many Of Which Popped Up On Subsequent Neil Records) As Well As Newer Material. Not As Thematically Tight As Most Recent Young Records, But Arguably Better Than Anything He's Released In Quite A While. The Planned 12" Single Release Of "Ordinary People" Is Now On Indefinite Hold! more
Chrome Dreams: The Lost 77 Album
New - LP - 000
Sealed 2014 White Vinyl (Denoted By White Sticker On Outer Poly Bag) Unofficial Release. more
Comes A Time
Used - LP - MSK 2266
1978 Test Pressing. “Six And A Half Years Later, Comes A Time Finally Was The Neil Young Album For The Millions Of Fans Who Had Loved Harvest, An Acoustic-Based Record With Country Overtones And Romantic, Autobiographical Lyrics, And Many Of Those Fans Returned To The Fold, Enough To Make Comes A Time Young's First Top Ten Album Since Harvest. He Signaled The Album's Direction With The Leadoff Track, "Goin' Back," And Its Retrospective Theme Augmented With An Orchestral Backup And The Deliberate Beat Familiar From His Number One Hit "Heart Of Gold." Of Course, Young Remained Sly About This Retrenchment. "I Feel Like Goin' Back," He Sang, But Added, "Back Where There's Nowhere To Stay." Doubtless He Had No Intention Of Staying With This Style, But For The Length Of The Album, Melodies, Love Lyrics, Lush Arrangements, And Steel Guitar Solos Dominated, And Young's Vocals Were Made More Accessible By Being Paired With Nicolette Larson's Harmonies. Other Highlights Included The Reflective "Already One," Which Treats The Unusual Subject Of The Nature Of A Divorced Family, The Ironic "Field Of Opportunity," And A Cover Of Ian Tyson's Folk Standard "Four Strong Winds" (A Country Top Ten Hit For Bobby Bare In 1965).” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Comes A Time
New - LP - MSK 2266
Sealed Super Saver Series Pressing With Barcode On Back. more
Comes A Time
New - LP - MSK 2266
Sealed 1978 Steamboat Label Original. Cut Out Hole. more
Comes A Time
Used - LP - REP 54 099
Gorgeous German Reissue Housed In A Textured Cover. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Comes A Time
New - LP - MSK 2266
Factory Sealed 1978 Steam Boat Label Original. Saw Cut. more
Comes A Time
New Import - 093624917588
Sealed 2016 Reissue. Part Of The Neil Young Archives Official Release Series. Made In The Netherlands. “Six And A Half Years Later, Comes A Time Finally Was The Neil Young Album For The Millions Of Fans Who Had Loved Harvest, An Acoustic-Based Record With Country Overtones And Romantic, Autobiographical Lyrics, And Many Of Those Fans Returned To The Fold, Enough To Make Comes A Time Young's First Top Ten Album Since Harvest. He Signaled The Album's Direction With The Leadoff Track, "Goin' Back," And Its Retrospective Theme Augmented With An Orchestral Backup And The Deliberate Beat Familiar From His Number One Hit "Heart Of Gold." Of Course, Young Remained Sly About This Retrenchment. "I Feel Like Goin' Back," He Sang, But Added, "Back Where There's Nowhere To Stay." Doubtless He Had No Intention Of Staying With This Style, But For The Length Of The Album, Melodies, Love Lyrics, Lush Arrangements, And Steel Guitar Solos Dominated, And Young's Vocals Were Made More Accessible By Being Paired With Nicolette Larson's Harmonies. Other Highlights Included The Reflective "Already One," Which Treats The Unusual Subject Of The Nature Of A Divorced Family, The Ironic "Field Of Opportunity," And A Cover Of Ian Tyson's Folk Standard "Four Strong Winds" (A Country Top Ten Hit For Bobby Bare In 1965).” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Comes A Time
Used - LP - MSK 2266
Beautiful 1978 Steam Boat Label Original In Shrink. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut. 4.5 Stars, Highly Recommended. more
Comes A Time
Used - LP - MSK 2266
1978 US Monarch Press, With Original Insert. Strong VG++ Vinyl, Cover Shows Light Wear For A Textured Jacket. A Very Light Crease Line At Bottom Right Corner, Small Ding To Spine & Small Indentation Above Name And Title. "Six And A Half Years Later, Comes A Time Finally Was The Neil Young Album For The Millions Of Fans Who Had Loved Harvest, An Acoustic-Based Record With Country Overtones And Romantic, Autobiographical Lyrics, And Many Of Those Fans Returned To The Fold, Enough To Make Comes A Time Young's First Top Ten Album Since Harvest. He Signaled The Album's Direction With The Leadoff Track, "Goin' Back," And Its Retrospective Theme Augmented With An Orchestral Backup And The Deliberate Beat Familiar From His Number One Hit "Heart Of Gold." Of Course, Young Remained Sly About This Retrenchment. "I Feel Like Goin' Back," He Sang, But Added, "Back Where There's Nowhere To Stay." Doubtless He Had No Intention Of Staying With This Style, But For The Length Of The Album, Melodies, Love Lyrics, Lush Arrangements, And Steel Guitar Solos Dominated, And Young's Vocals Were Made More Accessible By Being Paired With Nicolette Larson's Harmonies. Larson's Own Version Of Young's "Lotta Love," Released Shortly After The One Heard Here, Became A Top Ten Hit Single. Other Highlights Included The Reflective "Already One," Which Treats The Unusual Subject Of The Nature Of A Divorced Family, The Ironic "Field Of Opportunity," And A Cover Of Ian Tyson's Folk Standard "Four Strong Winds" (A Country Top Ten Hit For Bobby Bare In 1965)." AMG Review By William Ruhlmann. more
Comes A Time
Used - LP - MSK 2266
1980's Repress In Shrink. (No Barcode On Back Cover) more
Comes A Time
New Import - 093624917588
Sealed 2016 Remastered Reissue. Part Of The Neil Young Archives Official Release Series. Made In The Netherlands. “Six And A Half Years Later, Comes A Time Finally Was The Neil Young Album For The Millions Of Fans Who Had Loved Harvest, An Acoustic-Based Record With Country Overtones And Romantic, Autobiographical Lyrics, And Many Of Those Fans Returned To The Fold, Enough To Make Comes A Time Young's First Top Ten Album Since Harvest. He Signaled The Album's Direction With The Leadoff Track, "Goin' Back," And Its Retrospective Theme Augmented With An Orchestral Backup And The Deliberate Beat Familiar From His Number One Hit "Heart Of Gold." Of Course, Young Remained Sly About This Retrenchment. "I Feel Like Goin' Back," He Sang, But Added, "Back Where There's Nowhere To Stay." Doubtless He Had No Intention Of Staying With This Style, But For The Length Of The Album, Melodies, Love Lyrics, Lush Arrangements, And Steel Guitar Solos Dominated, And Young's Vocals Were Made More Accessible By Being Paired With Nicolette Larson's Harmonies. Other Highlights Included The Reflective "Already One," Which Treats The Unusual Subject Of The Nature Of A Divorced Family, The Ironic "Field Of Opportunity," And A Cover Of Ian Tyson's Folk Standard "Four Strong Winds" (A Country Top Ten Hit For Bobby Bare In 1965).” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Comes A Time / Motorcycle Mama
New - 7 - RPSP 1395
1978 Limited Edition 7 Inch Picture Single Housed In A Plastic Wallet With The Numbered Sticker Still In Place. New, Unplayed Copy. This Is Number 169 Of Only 200 Copies Ever Made. more
Conversation With Neil Young
Used - LP - WBMS 107
Mint 1979 Promo Only LP. 53 Minutes Of Music And Interview. more
Conversation With Neil Young
Used - LP - WBMS 107
First Copy We Have Seen Of This 1979 Promo Only Warner Music Show LP Housed In A Die-Cut Jacket. Total Running Time Over 53 Minutes. LP Appears New, Unplayed. more
Conversation With Neil Young
Used - LP - WBMS 107
1979 Promo-Only Rarity. Unplayed Condition. more
Cow Palace 1986 Volume Two
Colored Vinyl - New - LETV146LP
Sealed 2013 Partly Unofficial Colored Vinyl 2LP Gatefold Original. Top Right Corner Crease. more
Cowgirl In The sand
Colored Vinyl - 1RS-1
Factory Sealed 1976 Clear Orange Vinyl Rarity (Probably Some Kind Of Pirate Copy As No Authorized Version Of This Exists). B/W "Southern Man." more
Crazy Horse At The Fillmore 1970
Audiophile - New - 44429-1
Sealed 2006 180gm Out Of Print Reissue, Housed In Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. Audiophile Quality Album Remastered From The Original Analogue Tapes. Marker Line Through Barcode On Back. more
Dead Man
New - LP - 46171
Sealed 1996 2LP Vinyl Rarity Housed In A Textured Jacket. Pristine Copy. more
Dead Man
Used - LP - 9 46171-1
1996 2LP Vinyl Rarity Housed In A Textured Jacket With Custom Inner Sleeves. Cut Corner. Each LP Appears To Have Been Played Just Once With Glossy, Unmarked Surfaces. more
Dead Man
New - LP - 46171-1
Sealed 2019 2LP Reissue. A Soundtrack For The Ages That Combines Neil Young's Unique Sonic Palette With The Visions Of Director Jim Jarmusch, Dead Man Is Finally Available On Vinyl More Than 20 Years After Its Release. For Fans Of Young's Improvisational Soundscapes And The Sound Of His Iconic "Old Black" Les Paul Guitar, It Is An Absolute Must. Particularly Considering That Young Plays All The Instruments And Developed All Of The Parts While Watching The Film In Real Time, An Extraordinary And Bold Feat. more
Dead Man
Used - LP - 9 46171-1
1996 2LP Original In Textured Cover With Inner Sleeves. A Soundtrack For The Ages That Combines Neil Young's Unique Sonic Palette With The Visions Of Director Jim Jarmusch, Dead Man Is Finally Available On Vinyl More Than 20 Years After Its Release. For Fans Of Young's Improvisational Soundscapes And The Sound Of His Iconic "Old Black" Les Paul Guitar, It Is An Absolute Must. Particularly Considering That Young Plays All The Instruments And Developed All Of The Parts While Watching The Film In Real Time, An Extraordinary And Bold Feat. more
Decade
Used - LP - 3RS 2257
1977 3LP Original Los Angeles Press. Cover Shows Some Wear, Corner Rubs. Vinyl Appears Glossy. more
Decade
Used - LP - 3RS 2257
1977 3LP Original In Gatefold Jacket With Extra Inner Sleeve Housing The Third LP. "Given The Quirkiness Of Neil Young's Recording Career, With Its Frequent Cancellations Of Releases And Last-minute Rearrangements Of Material, It Is A Relief To Report That This Two-disc Compilation Is So Conventional And So Satisfying. A 35-track Selection Of The Best Of Young's Work Between 1966 And 1976, It Includes Songs Performed By Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, And The Stills-young Band, As Well As Solo Work. In Addition To Five Unreleased Songs, Decade Offers Such Key Tracks As The Springfield's "Mr. Soul," "Broken Arrow," And "I Am A Child"; "Sugar Mountain," A Song That Had Appeared Only As A Single Before; "Cinnamon Girl," "Down By The River," And "Cowgirl In The Sand" From Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere; "Southern Man" And The Title Track From After The Gold Rush; And "Old Man" And The Chart-topping "Heart Of Gold" From Harvest. This Is The Material That Built Young's Reputation Between 1966 And 1972, Although He Is More Idiosyncratic With The Later Material, Including The Blockbusters "Like A Hurricane" And "Cortez The Killer" But Mixing In More Unreleased Recordings As The Set Draws To A Close. He Seems Intent On Making The Album A Listenable One That Will Appeal To A Broad Base Of Fans, And He Succeeds Despite The Exclusion Of Much Of The Harrowing Work Of 1973-1975. Nevertheless, The Album Is An Ideal Sampler For New Listeners, And Since There Is No One-disc Young Compilation Covering Any Significant Portion Of His Career, This Lengthy Chronicle Is The Place To Start." AMG Review by William Ruhlmann. more
Decade
New - LP - 3RS 2257
Factory Sealed 1976 3LP Triple Gatefold Original Featuring 7 Previously Unreleased Songs. Slight Bottom Shrink Tear. No Cut-Out Holes Or Saw Cuts. Custom Album Hype Sticker And Korvettes Price Tag On Shrink Wrap. more
Decade
Used - LP - 3RS 2257
1977 3LP Original Winchester Pressing, In Gatefold Jacket With Extra Inner Sleeve Housing The Third LP. Minimal To No Ring Wear, Very Light Spots Of Wear At Corners. Beautiful Glossy Vinyl. "Given The Quirkiness Of Neil Young's Recording Career, With Its Frequent Cancellations Of Releases And Last-minute Rearrangements Of Material, It Is A Relief To Report That This Two-disc Compilation Is So Conventional And So Satisfying. A 35-track Selection Of The Best Of Young's Work Between 1966 And 1976, It Includes Songs Performed By Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, And The Stills-young Band, As Well As Solo Work. In Addition To Five Unreleased Songs, Decade Offers Such Key Tracks As The Springfield's "Mr. Soul," "Broken Arrow," And "I Am A Child"; "Sugar Mountain," A Song That Had Appeared Only As A Single Before; "Cinnamon Girl," "Down By The River," And "Cowgirl In The Sand" From Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere; "Southern Man" And The Title Track From After The Gold Rush; And "Old Man" And The Chart-topping "Heart Of Gold" From Harvest. This Is The Material That Built Young's Reputation Between 1966 And 1972, Although He Is More Idiosyncratic With The Later Material, Including The Blockbusters "Like A Hurricane" And "Cortez The Killer" But Mixing In More Unreleased Recordings As The Set Draws To A Close. He Seems Intent On Making The Album A Listenable One That Will Appeal To A Broad Base Of Fans, And He Succeeds Despite The Exclusion Of Much Of The Harrowing Work Of 1973-1975. Nevertheless, The Album Is An Ideal Sampler For New Listeners, And Since There Is No One-disc Young Compilation Covering Any Significant Portion Of His Career, This Lengthy Chronicle Is The Place To Start." AMG Review by William Ruhlmann. more
Decade
Used - LP - 3RS2257
1976 3LP Triple Gatefold. Featuring 7 Previously Unreleased Songs. No Bar Code On Jacket And unusual Label Variation (See Scan). All Lps Appear Unplayed. more
Decade
New - LP - 3RS 2257
Sealed 1976 3LP Triple Gatefold Original Featuring Seven Previously Unreleased Songs. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. Custom Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. more
Decade
Used - LP - 3RS 2257
Rare 3LP Blue & Yellow Label Later Issue In Gatefold Jacket. First Copy With This Particular Label We Have Seen In Several Years. All LPs Appear Unplayed. more
Decade
New - LP - 3RS 2257
Factory Sealed 1976 3LP Triple Gatefold Original Featuring 7 Previously Unreleased Songs. No Cut-Out Holes Or Saw Cuts. Custom Album Hype Sticker And Korvettes Price Tag On Shrink Wrap. more
Decade
Used - LP - P-5546~8R
1977 Japanese 3LP Set Housed In A Tri-Fold Jacket With Obi. All Three LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Finest Copy We Have Had In Stock. more
Decade
New - LP - 3RS 2257
Factory Sealed 1976 3LP Original Housed In A Tri-Fold Cover. Features 7 Previously Unreleased Songs. No Cut-Out Holes Or Saw Cuts. more
Decade
New - LP - 3RS 2257
Factory Sealed 1976 3LP Original Housed In A Tri-Fold Cover. Features 7 Previously Unreleased Songs. Small Cut Out Hole. Small Nicks Along Top Seam Of Back Gatefold. more
Dreamin' Man Live '92
Audiophile - LP - 511277
Sealed, Out Of Print 2010 180gm HQ Gatefold Original. Number 12 In The Neil Young Archives Reissue Series, This Is A 1992 Live Recording Of The "Harvest Moon" Album. Young Undertook A Tour Prior To The Album's Release In Which He Performed The Album In It's Entirety. more
East Coast
Used - LP - 1380
Rare "Live" Recording With Paste-On Front Cover Sheet. more
Every Junkie's Like A Setting Sun
Colored Vinyl - 000
Rare White Vinyl Housed In A Laminated Color Jacket. Appears Unplayed. Recorded Live At The Manchester Palace Theatre, UK, November 3rd, 1973. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
New - LP - 6349
Sealed, Heavy Gatefold, Label Variation Unknown. Beautiful Crisp Corners With No Deletion Cuts. Pristine. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - RS 6349
Beautiful White Label Promo, Gatefold Cover. It Is Hard To Believe That Any Potential Reissue Could Possess The Succulent Sweetness Of This LP. An All-Time 5 Star Classic! more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - MSK 2282
Later Steamboat Label With Orange "R" Logo Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With UPC Code On Back. A 5 Star Album In Mint Condition. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
New - LP - 27242
Sealed, Early 1980's Gatefold (Bar Code On Back Cover). LP Looks Unplayed. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Audiophile - New - 517935
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 180gm HQ Reissue Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket. Remastered From The Original Analogue Master Tapes. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - RS 6349
Beautiful Gatefold Steamboat 2nd Label With Orange Reprise Logo On Label, Stereo On Bottom And The Fabled 1A/1A Stampers! Original Pressings Are Two Color (Orange And Tan). more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - P-8122R
Stunning Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Obi And Insert. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - P-8122R
Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Insert, No Obi. A Few Spindle Marks On Each Label, Hence Drastically Reduced Price. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - MSK 2282
70's Steamboat Label With Orange "R" Logo Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With No UPC Code On Back. 5 Star Album Featuring "Cinnamon Girl." more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - RS 6349
Rare 1969 Two Color Steamboat Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover With The Shrink Wrap Intact. 1A/1A Stampers! LP Appears Unplayed. Only The Second Copy Of This Original Label We Have Ever Had In Stock. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Audiophile - LP - 517935
German Test Pressing Dated June 16, 2009. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - RS 6349
Mid 70s Gatefold Steamboat Orange Reprise Logo Label With Stereo On Bottom. Original Pressings Are Two Color (Orange And Tan). An All-Time 5 Star Classic! more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - RS 6349
French Pressing Housed In A Non Gatefold Jacket. Vinyl Appears Glossy. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
New - LP - RS 6349
Sealed 1969 Heavy Gatefold Label Variation Unknown. Cut Out Hole, Corner Bump. Has The Original Catalog Number On The Spine And No Barcode On Cover. Later Pressings Have The MSK 2282 Catalog Number. Released in 1969, "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" is the second studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young. The album was recorded with his backing band, Crazy Horse, and features some of their most iconic tracks, such as "Cinnamon Girl," "Down by the River," and "Cowgirl in the Sand." The album has been praised for its raw energy, guitar-driven sound, and Young's distinctive vocal style. It's considered a classic of the country-rock genre and a defining moment in Young's career. more
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
Used - LP - RS 6349
Rare 1969 Two Color Steamboat Label Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. 1A/1A Stampers! Tiny Corner Ding & Tiny Edge Creases more
Everybody's Rockin'
Audiophile - LP - GHS 4013
1983 Quiex II Rarity. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. Looks Unplayed. more
Everybody's Rockin'
New - LP - GHS 4013
Sealed 1983 Original. more
Fork In The Road
New - LP - 518040
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 180gm Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. 3 Inch Bottom Center Seam Split, Hence Price. Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer Neil Young Is Stirring Things Up Again. This Time He Is Rolling On Down The Road Not Only With An Auto-Centric Concept Album But With His Own Electric Ride. Fork In The Road, Whose Largely Eco Car-Themed Songs He Debuted In Concert During The Past Year, Will Get A Promotional Push From The 1959 Lincoln Continental Young Has Converted To Hybrid Technology And Which He Plans To Drive To Washington, D.C. Young Worked On The "Lincvolt Project" With Biodiesel Pioneer Jonathan Goodwin, And One Of The Album's Songs, "Johnny Magic," Is Named After Goodwin. Songs Such As "Cough Up The Bucks," "Fuel Line," "Hit The Road" And "Get Around" Also Support Young's Green Leaning Concepts. "The First Great Protest Album Of The New Dispensation." - Blender. more
Fork In The Road
Audiophile - LP - 518040-1
New, Unplayed 2009 140gm Test Pressing. Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer Neil Young Is Stirring Things Up Again. This Time He Is Rolling On Down The Road Not Only With An Auto-Centric Concept Album But With His Own Electric Ride. Fork In The Road, Whose Largely Eco Car-Themed Songs He Debuted In Concert During The Past Year, Will Get A Promotional Push From The 1959 Lincoln Continental Young Has Converted To Hybrid Technology And Which He Plans To Drive To Washington, D.C. Young Worked On The "Lincvolt Project" With Biodiesel Pioneer Jonathan Goodwin, And One Of The Album's Songs, "Johnny Magic," Is Named After Goodwin. Songs Such As "Cough Up The Bucks," "Fuel Line," "Hit The Road" And "Get Around" Also Support Young's Green Leaning Concepts. "The First Great Protest Album Of The New Dispensation." - Blender. more
Fork In The Road
Used - LP - 518040-1
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 180gm Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer Neil Young Is Stirring Things Up Again. This Time He Is Rolling On Down The Road Not Only With An Auto-Centric Concept Album But With His Own Electric Ride. Fork In The Road, Whose Largely Eco Car-Themed Songs He Debuted In Concert During The Past Year, Will Get A Promotional Push From The 1959 Lincoln Continental Young Has Converted To Hybrid Technology And Which He Plans To Drive To Washington, D.C. Young Worked On The "Lincvolt Project" With Biodiesel Pioneer Jonathan Goodwin, And One Of The Album's Songs, "Johnny Magic," Is Named After Goodwin. Songs Such As "Cough Up The Bucks," "Fuel Line," "Hit The Road" And "Get Around" Also Support Young's Green Leaning Concepts. "The First Great Protest Album Of The New Dispensation." - Blender. more
Fork In The Road
New - LP - 518040
Sealed 2009 180gm Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer Neil Young Is Stirring Things Up Again. This Time He Is Rolling On Down The Road Not Only With An Auto-Centric Concept Album But With His Own Electric Ride. Fork In The Road, Whose Largely Eco Car-Themed Songs He Debuted In Concert During The Past Year, Will Get A Promotional Push From The 1959 Lincoln Continental Young Has Converted To Hybrid Technology And Which He Plans To Drive To Washington, D.C. Young Worked On The "Lincvolt Project" With Biodiesel Pioneer Jonathan Goodwin, And One Of The Album's Songs, "Johnny Magic," Is Named After Goodwin. Songs Such As "Cough Up The Bucks," "Fuel Line," "Hit The Road" And "Get Around" Also Support Young's Green Leaning Concepts. "The First Great Protest Album Of The New Dispensation." - Blender. more
Freedom
Used - LP - 25899
Hard To Find 1989 Vinyl In Unplayed Condition, Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut. more
Freedom
New - LP - 25699
Sealed 1989 Original, Saw Cut. more
Freedom
Used - LP - W1-25899
Rare 1989 Record Club Edition With Yellow & Blue Labels And Custom Inner Sleeves. Mastered By Randy Mahon, Jr. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. 4 1/2 Stars In All Music Guide. First One Of These We Have Had In Stock. more
Freedom
New - LP - 25899
Sealed 1989 Original. 5 Star Neil! more
Get Back To The Country
Used - LP - PRO-A-2373
Mint 1985 Promo Only Label Picture Sleeve 12 Inch. B/W "Mifits." more
Greatest Hits
Audiophile - LP - 48935
Factory Sealed, Lonmg Out Of Print, 200gm Quiex SV-P 2LP Gatefold Original With Limited Edition Bonus 7 Inch EP Pressed On Either Red, White Or Blue Vinyl Plus 24 x 12 Poster. This Is The First Edition With Custom Album Hype Sticker At Bottom Left (Not On Later Pressings). This Set Contains The Blue Single. Not The Recent Warner Reissue. more
Greatest Hits
Used - LP - 25271
Beautiful 1985 11 Track New Zealand Only LP. more
Greatest Hits
Audiophile - LP - 48935-1
2005 First Release Of This 2LP 200gm SV-P Gatefold With Poster And Bonus Colored Vinyl 7 Inch (Singles Came In Either Red, White Or Blue Vinyl) This Copy Has A Red Virgin Vinyl Single. Open, Unplayed Copy. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 521636-1
Sealed 2009 2LP 180gm HQ Gatefold Compilation. Includes Bonus Black Vinyl 7" With "Sugar Mountain" And "The Loner." "Off The Charts" Sound Taken From 15ips Master Tapes. more
Greatest Hits
Audiophile - LP - 521636
180gm HQ 2LP Test Pressing Housed In A White Jacket. Both LPs In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Greatest Hits
Audiophile - LP - 48935
Factory Sealed 2005 200gm Quiex SV-P 2LP Gatefold Original First Pressing With Limited Edition Bonus 7 Inch EP Pressed On Either Red, White Or Blue Vinyl Plus 24 x 12 Poster. This Is The First Edition With Custom Album Hype Sticker At Bottom Left (Not On Later Pressings). This Set Contains The Red Single. Not The Recent Warner Reissue. more
Greatest Hits
Used - LP - 252711
Rare 1985 New Zealand Only 11 Song Greatest Hits LP. more
Greatest Hits
Audiophile - LP - 48935
Factory Sealed, Long Out Of Print, 200gm Quiex SV-P 2LP Gatefold Original. One Inch Seam Split At Top Mouth On One Side Of Gatefold, Hence Price. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 521636-1
Sealed 2021 180gm 2LP Gatefold Reissue With Bonus 7" Single "Sugar Mountain/The Loner". Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Cut From Compiled 30ips Analog Master Tapes Prepared By John Nowland At Neil Young's Redwood Ranch Studios And Mastered At Bernie Grundman Mastering. more
Greatest Hits
New - LP - 521636-1
Sealed 2021 180gm 2LP Gatefold Reissue With Bonus 7" Single "Sugar Mountain/The Loner". Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Cut From Compiled 30ips Analog Master Tapes Prepared By John Nowland At Neil Young's Redwood Ranch Studios And Mastered At Bernie Grundman Mastering. more
Greatest Hits (Chris Bellman Autographed)
Audiophile - LP - 48935
Factory Sealed 2005 Limited, Numbered Extreme Micro Pressing 200gm SV-P Autographed On The Front Cover In Silver Pen By Chris Bellman Who Mastered The LP At Bernie Grundman Studios. This Is Number 1 Of Only 5 Copies Ever Made! Also Includes The Bonus 7" Single. more
Greatest Hits - Red, White And Blue
Audiophile - LP - 48935
Factory Sealed 200gm SV-P. Here's A Rare Opportunity To Own 3 Factory Sealed Sets Of The Latest Neil Young Double LP Each With A Different Colored (One Red, One White And One Blue) Bonus Single. We Guarantee That You Will Receive One Set With The Red Single, One With The Blue Single And One With The White Single And That They Are Completely Factory Sealed. Only One Available. more
Greendale
Audiophile - LP - VAP 1001
Factory Sealed 2004 Deluxe, Limited Edition 200gm SVP 3LP Box Set. Also Includes Bonus Green Vinyl 7 Inch Single Of "Sun Green" Plus 24 Page 12"x12" Color Booklet, Greendale Stage Bill And Bumper Sticker. 5 Stars In The Absolute Sound Magazine. more
Greendale
Used - LP - VAP 1001
Long Out Of Print, Deluxe, 2004 Limited Edition 3LP Box Set. Also Includes Bonus Green Vinyl 7 Inch Single Of "Sun Green" Plus 24 Page 12"x12" Color Booklet, Greendale Stage Bill And "Where The Devil Is Greendale?" Bumper Sticker. 5 Stars In The Absolute Sound Magazine. All Three LPs With Individual Jackets Featuring Unique Cover Art Appear Unplayed. more
Greendale
New - LP - VAP 1001
Sealed, Long Out Of Print, Deluxe, 2004 Limited Edition 3LP Box Set. Also Includes Bonus Green Vinyl 7 Inch Single Of "Sun Green" Plus 24 Page 12"x12" Color Booklet, Greendale Stage Bill And "Where The Devil Is Greendale?" Bumper Sticker. 5 Stars In The Absolute Sound Magazine. All Three LPs Have Individual Jackets Featuring Unique Cover Art. more
Greendale
New - LP - VAP 1001
Sealed, Deluxe, 2004 Limited Edition 3LP 150gm Box Set. Also Includes Bonus Green Vinyl 7 Inch Single Of "Sun Green" Plus 24 Page 12"x12" Color Booklet, Greendale Stage Bill. 5 Stars In The Absolute Sound Magazine. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MSK 2277
Beautiful 2nd Issue Gatefold With Original Sleeve. It's Been A Long Time Since We've Seen The Release With Such A Pristine Cover. No Cut-Out Holes, Dents or Seam Splits. more
Harvest
Audiophile - LP - NR 44
1982 LP Still In Shrink. Rarest And Most Desirable Of The Nautilus Half-Speed Mastered Series. This LP Comes In A Glossy Gatefold Jacket And Includes The Lyric Insert. Appears Virtually Unplayed. more
Harvest
New - LP - MS 2032
Factory Sealed 1972 Textured Cover Gatefold Original With Textured Insert And Textured Inner Sleeve. Pristine Copy. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032
1972 Roughly Textured Gatefold Original With "STEREO" On Bottom Of Labels, Custom Inner Sleeve And Lyric Insert. Shrink Wrap Intact. 1N/1Q Sterling Stampers. No Spindles Marks, No Surface Marks And The Quietest Copy We Have Had On Our System. 10 Star Neil Young! more
Harvest
Used - LP - P-10121R
1976 Japanese Textured Gatefold With Inserts, And Obi. Top Left Corner Very Slightly "Pushed." LP Appears Unplayed. more
Harvest
Audiophile - LP - NR 44
Sealed 1982 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Gold Teldec Sticker On The Loose Shrink Wrap. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Over Ten Years. more
Harvest
New - LP - 27239
Sealed Out Of Print 2006 German Import Vinyl With An Unusual Reprise Label. Non Gatefold Cover. Label Scan Is Of An Open Copy We Had In Stock Many Moons Ago And The Label Is Actually Yellow And Light Blue-Not As It Appears In This Scan. more
Harvest
New - LP - Rep 54 005
New, Unplayed German Reissue. more
Harvest
New - LP - MSK 2277
Sealed And Pristine Textured Gatefold 2nd Issue With Lyric Insert. more
Harvest
New - LP - 517937
Sealed, Out Of Print 2011 180gm HQ Gatefold Reissue. Stunning Recreation Of The Original Textured Jacket. Simply Beautiful. Like All The Recent Neil Young Reissues, All The Music Has Been Meticulously Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes. Anyone Who Follows Young Closely Knows He Is An Analogue Freak, So We Would Expect These To Live Up To The Hype. more
Harvest
New - LP - MSK 2277
Sealed 1980 Gatefold. Barcode On Back Jacket. more
Harvest
Audiophile - LP - NR 44
1982 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Jacket Has A Light Stain On The Bottom Left Corner. LP Has A Few Spindle Marks On Each Label And A Couple Of Light Surface Marks With A Resultant Tick Running Through "There's A World" On Side Two. Hence, The Steal Of A Price. If Perfect $300. If Sealed $700. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MSK 2277
Early 80's Gatefold Issue With Bar Code On Back Jacket. more
Harvest
New - LP - MS 2032
Factory Sealed Heavily Textured Gatefold With The Original Singer Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. Pristine Copy. Label Variation Unknown. more
Harvest
New - LP - K 54005
Sealed, Rare Israeli Original With The UK Kinney Catalog Number. more
Harvest
Used - LP - K 54005
Beautiful UK First Pressing Steamboat Label Housed In A Textured Gatefold Cover. 2C/2C Stampers. more
Harvest
New - LP - 517934
Sealed, Out Of Print 2009 180gm Reissue. Remastered From The Original Analog Master Tapes And Housed In A Heavy-Duty Textured Gatefold Jacket With Lyric Sheet. Part Of The Neil Young Archives Official Release Series. Not Sure If This Will Get Re-Pressed. more
Harvest
New - LP - 517934
Sealed 2009 180gm Reissue With The Original Best Buy Price Tag And Gold Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Remastered From The Original Analog Master Tapes And Housed In A Super Deluxe, Textured Gatefold Jacket With Gatefold Lyric Sheet. Part Of The Neil Young Archives Official Release Series. more
Harvest
Audiophile - LP - NR 44
Sealed 1982 Half-Speed Mastered Rarity Housed In A Gatefold Cover With Gold Teldec Sticker On The Loose Shrink Wrap. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Over Ten Years. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032
more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032 / R113998
Rare Record Club Edition Housed In A Textured Gatefold With Textured Inner Sleeve And Lyric Poster. Appears Unplayed. more
Harvest
New - LP - 1-517934
Sealed 2009 Textured Gatefold. Remastered From Original Tapes. more
Harvest
Used Import - Rep 54 005
2006 German Pressing Still In Shrink. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032
1972 Heavily Textured Gatefold Original With Glossy Full Color Image Pasted Into The Inner Gatefold. Includes 24x12 Textured Insert. Light Cover/Edge Wear, more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032
Beautiful 1972 Textured Gatefold Original Santa Maria Press, With Textured Inner Sleeve And Textured Insert. "Sterling" In Dead Wax. Light Cover Wear/ Edge Wear. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032
1972 Heavily Textured Gatefold Original With Glossy Full Color Image Pasted Into The Inner Gatefold. Includes 24x12 Textured Insert. "Stereo" On Bottom Of Label With 2E/1V Stampers And Sterling In Dead Wax With The Initials "LH" For Mastering Engineer Lee Hulko. Appears Virtually Unplayed And Extremely Hard To Find Without Dirt Or Wear On The Delicate Jacket. Very "Succulent" Sound Throughout Both Sides. An Original Is An Original Is An Original. more
Harvest
New - LP - 517937-1
Sealed Latest Remastered Repress Of The 2009 Reissue. Cut From The Original Analogue Master Tapes, Housed In A Gatefold With Identical Hype Sticker. "Neil Young's Most Popular Album, Harvest Benefited From The Delay In Its Release (It Took 18 Months To Complete Due To Young's Back Injury), Which Whetted His Audience's Appetite, The Disintegration Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (Young's Three Erstwhile Partners Sang On The Album, Along With Linda Ronstadt And James Taylor), And Most Of All, A Hit Single. "Heart Of Gold," Released A Month Before Harvest, Was Already In The Top 40 When The Lp Hit The Stores, And It Soon Topped The Charts. It's Fair To Say, Too, That Young Simply Was All-pervasive By This Time: "Heart Of Gold" Was Succeeded At Number One By "A Horse With No Name" By America, Which Was A Young Soundalike Record. But Successful As Harvest Was (And It Was The Best-selling Album Of 1972), It Has Suffered Critically From Reviewers Who See It As An Uneven Album On Which Young Repeats Himself. Certainly, Harvest Employs A Number Of Jarringly Different Styles. Much Of It Is Country-tinged, With Young Backed By A New Group Dubbed The Stray Gators Who Prominently Feature Steel Guitarist Ben Keith, Though There Is Also An Acoustic Track, A Couple Of Electric Guitar-drenched Rock Performances, And Two Songs On Which Young Is Accompanied By The London Symphony Orchestra. But The Album Does Have An Overall Mood And An Overall Lyric Content, And They Conflict With Each Other: The Mood Is Melancholic, But The Songs Mostly Describe The Longing For And Fulfillment Of New Love. Young Is Perhaps Most Explicit About This On The Controversial "A Man Needs A Maid," Which Is Often Condemned As Sexist By People Judging It On The Basis Of Its Title. In Fact, The Song Contrasts The Fears Of Committing To A Relationship With Simply Living Alone And Hiring Help, And It Contains Some Of Young's Most Autobiographical Writing. Unfortunately, Like "There's A World," The Song Is Engulfed In A Portentous Orchestration. Over And Over, Young Sings Of The Need For Love In Such Songs As "Out On The Weekend," "Heart Of Gold," And "Old Man" (A Top 40 Hit), And The Songs Are Unusually Melodic And Accessible. The Rock Numbers, "Are You Ready For The Country" And "Alabama," Are In Young's Familiar Style And Unremarkable, And "There's A World" And "Words (Between The Lines Of Age)" Are The Most Ponderous And Overdone Young Songs Since "The Last Trip To Tulsa." But The Love Songs And The Harrowing Portrait Of A Friend's Descent Into Heroin Addiction, "The Needle And The Damage Done," Remain Among Young's Most Affecting And Memorable Songs." AMG Review By William Ruhlmann. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032
1972 Heavily Textured Gatefold Original With Glossy Full Color Image Pasted Into The Inner Gatefold. Includes 24x12 Textured Insert And Sleeve. Writing On Inner Sleeve. Tiny Top Seam Split And Bottom Seam Fray. A Very Solid VG++ Copy. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032
1972 Heavily Textured Gatefold Original With Glossy Full Color Image Pasted Into The Inner Gatefold. Includes 24x12 Textured Insert. Insert Has Small Tears. Capitol L.A. Pressing. Extremely Hard To Find Without Dirt Or Wear On The Delicate Jacket. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MS 2032
1972 US Original, Santa Maria Pressing. Housed In A Textured Gatefold Jacket With Original Textured Paper Inner. Very Strong VG+ Copy All Around, Jacket Shows Light Bump To Top Seam. "Neil Young's Most Popular Album, Harvest Benefited From The Delay In Its Release (It Took 18 Months To Complete Due To Young's Back Injury), Which Whetted His Audience's Appetite, The Disintegration Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (Young's Three Erstwhile Partners Sang On The Album, Along With Linda Ronstadt And James Taylor), And Most Of All, A Hit Single. "Heart Of Gold," Released A Month Before Harvest, Was Already In The Top 40 When The Lp Hit The Stores, And It Soon Topped The Charts. It's Fair To Say, Too, That Young Simply Was All-pervasive By This Time: "Heart Of Gold" Was Succeeded At Number One By "A Horse With No Name" By America, Which Was A Young Soundalike Record. But Successful As Harvest Was (And It Was The Best-Selling Album Of 1972), It Has Suffered Critically From Reviewers Who See It As An Uneven Album On Which Young Repeats Himself. Certainly, Harvest Employs A Number Of Jarringly Different Styles. Much Of It Is Country-tinged, With Young Backed By A New Group Dubbed The Stray Gators Who Prominently Feature Steel Guitarist Ben Keith, Though There Is Also An Acoustic Track, A Couple Of Electric Guitar-drenched Rock Performances, And Two Songs On Which Young Is Accompanied By The London Symphony Orchestra. But The Album Does Have An Overall Mood And An Overall Lyric Content, And They Conflict With Each Other: The Mood Is Melancholic, But The Songs Mostly Describe The Longing For And Fulfillment Of New Love. Young Is Perhaps Most Explicit About This On The Controversial "A Man Needs A Maid," Which Is Often Condemned As Sexist By People Judging It On The Basis Of Its Title. In Fact, The Song Contrasts The Fears Of Committing To A Relationship With Simply Living Alone And Hiring Help, And It Contains Some Of Young's Most Autobiographical Writing. Unfortunately, Like "There's A World," The Song Is Engulfed In A Portentous Orchestration. Over And Over, Young Sings Of The Need For Love In Such Songs As "Out On The Weekend," "Heart Of Gold," And "Old Man" (A Top 40 Hit), And The Songs Are Unusually Melodic And Accessible. The Rock Numbers, "Are You Ready For The Country" And "Alabama," Are In Young's Familiar Style And Unremarkable, And "There's A World" And "Words (Between The Lines Of Age)" Are The Most Ponderous And Overdone Young Songs Since "The Last Trip To Tulsa." But The Love Songs And The Harrowing Portrait Of A Friend's Descent Into Heroin Addiction, "The Needle And The Damage Done," Remain Among Young's Most Affecting And Memorable Songs." AMG Review By William Ruhlmann. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MSK 2277
Later 80's Gatefold Pressing On The Lesser Seen Turqouise, Yellow & Blue Reprise Labe With Original Poly Inner. Barcode On Rear. Clean Jacket One Tiny Corner Push And Glossy EX Vinyl. Strong VG++/EX Copy. "Harvest Sits At The Foundation Of Neil Young's Legacy, A Blockbuster That Turned The Singer/Songwriter Into A Superstar In His Own Right. He Had Already Received A Boost From Being Recruited Into Crosby, Stills & Nash, With After The Gold Rush Climbing Into The Top Ten Months After CSN&Y's Deja Vu Went To Number One, But Harvest Was Something Different, Simultaneously Slicker And More Eccentric Than Its Predecessor. Its Overwhelming Success -- Thanks To The Number One Hit "Heart Of Gold," A Sun-bleached Country-rocker That Opened Up The Highway For The Likes Of America, And Becoming The Biggest-selling Record Of 1972 -- Camouflages Its Slightly Misshapen Structure. Much Of The Music Does Indeed Fulfill The Rural Promise Of Its Title, Either By Relying Upon The Studio Polish Of Nashville Cats Or The Ragged Ramble Of Young's Jerry-Rigged California Barn. These Are Complementary Approaches, With The Raw Immediacy Of "Are You Ready For The Country," "Alabama," And "Words" Contrasting Nicely With The Burnished, Mellow Simmer Of "Out On The Weekend," "Harvest," And "Old Man." Where Harvest Gets A Bit Odd Is On "A Man Needs A Maid" And "There's A World," Where The London Symphony Orchestra Plays Bombastic Arrangements By Jack Nitzsche -- Arrangements So Overwhelming They Threaten To Knock The Entire Album Off Of Its Axis. "The Needle And The Damage Done," A Lament For The Late Crazy Horse Guitarist Danny Whitten That Was Recorded In Concert, Helps Bring Harvest Back To Earth, Offering Open-hearted Empathy That Loses None Of Its Poignancy Over The Years. At First, "The Needle And The Damage Done" Doesn't Quite Seem To Jibe With The Rest Of Harvest -- It's A Solo Acoustic Number Recorded Live In Concert, An Aesthetic That's Far Away From Either The Slick Studio Craft Or Downhome Country-Rock Of The Rest Of The Record -- But Its Inclusion Underscores How Harvest Touches Upon Everything Neil Young Had Done To That Point. Here, He's Heard As A Folk Troubadour And A Shaggy Rocker, A Protest Singer And An Old Soul, A Hippie Who Wants To Get Back To The Country -- All Personas He'd Continue To Explore And Expand Over The Course Of His Career, And All Presented Here In A Way That's Welcoming, Not Alienating. Young Notoriously Bristled At This Accessibility, Writing In The Liner Notes Of Decade That "'heart Of Gold' Put Me In The Middle Of The Road. Traveling There Soon Became A Bore So I Headed For The Ditch," But That Doesn't Erase The Fact That Harvest Is A Remarkable Accomplishment, Turning Young's Idiosyncrasies Into Something Commercial Without Sacrificing Their Substance." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Harvest
Used - LP - MSK 2277
1978 Pressing In Textured Gatefold With Die Cut Sleeve & Insert. "Harvest Sits At The Foundation Of Neil Young's Legacy, A Blockbuster That Turned The Singer/Songwriter Into A Superstar In His Own Right. He Had Already Received A Boost From Being Recruited Into Crosby, Stills & Nash, With After The Gold Rush Climbing Into The Top Ten Months After CSN&Y's Deja Vu Went To Number One, But Harvest Was Something Different, Simultaneously Slicker And More Eccentric Than Its Predecessor. Its Overwhelming Success -- Thanks To The Number One Hit "Heart Of Gold," A Sun-bleached Country-rocker That Opened Up The Highway For The Likes Of America, And Becoming The Biggest-selling Record Of 1972 -- Camouflages Its Slightly Misshapen Structure. Much Of The Music Does Indeed Fulfill The Rural Promise Of Its Title, Either By Relying Upon The Studio Polish Of Nashville Cats Or The Ragged Ramble Of Young's Jerry-Rigged California Barn. These Are Complementary Approaches, With The Raw Immediacy Of "Are You Ready For The Country," "Alabama," And "Words" Contrasting Nicely With The Burnished, Mellow Simmer Of "Out On The Weekend," "Harvest," And "Old Man." Where Harvest Gets A Bit Odd Is On "A Man Needs A Maid" And "There's A World," Where The London Symphony Orchestra Plays Bombastic Arrangements By Jack Nitzsche -- Arrangements So Overwhelming They Threaten To Knock The Entire Album Off Of Its Axis. "The Needle And The Damage Done," A Lament For The Late Crazy Horse Guitarist Danny Whitten That Was Recorded In Concert, Helps Bring Harvest Back To Earth, Offering Open-hearted Empathy That Loses None Of Its Poignancy Over The Years. At First, "The Needle And The Damage Done" Doesn't Quite Seem To Jibe With The Rest Of Harvest -- It's A Solo Acoustic Number Recorded Live In Concert, An Aesthetic That's Far Away From Either The Slick Studio Craft Or Downhome Country-Rock Of The Rest Of The Record -- But Its Inclusion Underscores How Harvest Touches Upon Everything Neil Young Had Done To That Point. Here, He's Heard As A Folk Troubadour And A Shaggy Rocker, A Protest Singer And An Old Soul, A Hippie Who Wants To Get Back To The Country -- All Personas He'd Continue To Explore And Expand Over The Course Of His Career, And All Presented Here In A Way That's Welcoming, Not Alienating. Young Notoriously Bristled At This Accessibility, Writing In The Liner Notes Of Decade That "'heart Of Gold' Put Me In The Middle Of The Road. Traveling There Soon Became A Bore So I Headed For The Ditch," But That Doesn't Erase The Fact That Harvest Is A Remarkable Accomplishment, Turning Young's Idiosyncrasies Into Something Commercial Without Sacrificing Their Substance." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Harvest
New - LP - 517937-1
Sealed Latest Remastered Repress Of The 2009 Reissue. Cut From The Original Analogue Master Tapes, Housed In A Gatefold With Identical Hype Sticker. "Neil Young's Most Popular Album, Harvest Benefited From The Delay In Its Release (It Took 18 Months To Complete Due To Young's Back Injury), Which Whetted His Audience's Appetite, The Disintegration Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (Young's Three Erstwhile Partners Sang On The Album, Along With Linda Ronstadt And James Taylor), And Most Of All, A Hit Single. "Heart Of Gold," Released A Month Before Harvest, Was Already In The Top 40 When The Lp Hit The Stores, And It Soon Topped The Charts. It's Fair To Say, Too, That Young Simply Was All-pervasive By This Time: "Heart Of Gold" Was Succeeded At Number One By "A Horse With No Name" By America, Which Was A Young Soundalike Record. But Successful As Harvest Was (And It Was The Best-selling Album Of 1972), It Has Suffered Critically From Reviewers Who See It As An Uneven Album On Which Young Repeats Himself. Certainly, Harvest Employs A Number Of Jarringly Different Styles. Much Of It Is Country-tinged, With Young Backed By A New Group Dubbed The Stray Gators Who Prominently Feature Steel Guitarist Ben Keith, Though There Is Also An Acoustic Track, A Couple Of Electric Guitar-drenched Rock Performances, And Two Songs On Which Young Is Accompanied By The London Symphony Orchestra. But The Album Does Have An Overall Mood And An Overall Lyric Content, And They Conflict With Each Other: The Mood Is Melancholic, But The Songs Mostly Describe The Longing For And Fulfillment Of New Love. Young Is Perhaps Most Explicit About This On The Controversial "A Man Needs A Maid," Which Is Often Condemned As Sexist By People Judging It On The Basis Of Its Title. In Fact, The Song Contrasts The Fears Of Committing To A Relationship With Simply Living Alone And Hiring Help, And It Contains Some Of Young's Most Autobiographical Writing. Unfortunately, Like "There's A World," The Song Is Engulfed In A Portentous Orchestration. Over And Over, Young Sings Of The Need For Love In Such Songs As "Out On The Weekend," "Heart Of Gold," And "Old Man" (A Top 40 Hit), And The Songs Are Unusually Melodic And Accessible. The Rock Numbers, "Are You Ready For The Country" And "Alabama," Are In Young's Familiar Style And Unremarkable, And "There's A World" And "Words (Between The Lines Of Age)" Are The Most Ponderous And Overdone Young Songs Since "The Last Trip To Tulsa." But The Love Songs And The Harrowing Portrait Of A Friend's Descent Into Heroin Addiction, "The Needle And The Damage Done," Remain Among Young's Most Affecting And Memorable Songs." AMG Review By William Ruhlmann. more
Harvest
New - LP - MSK 2277
Sealed 1975 2nd Pressing. "Harvest Sits At The Foundation Of Neil Young's Legacy, A Blockbuster That Turned The Singer/Songwriter Into A Superstar In His Own Right. He Had Already Received A Boost From Being Recruited Into Crosby, Stills & Nash, With After The Gold Rush Climbing Into The Top Ten Months After CSN&Y's Deja Vu Went To Number One, But Harvest Was Something Different, Simultaneously Slicker And More Eccentric Than Its Predecessor. Its Overwhelming Success -- Thanks To The Number One Hit "Heart Of Gold," A Sun-bleached Country-rocker That Opened Up The Highway For The Likes Of America, And Becoming The Biggest-selling Record Of 1972 -- Camouflages Its Slightly Misshapen Structure. Much Of The Music Does Indeed Fulfill The Rural Promise Of Its Title, Either By Relying Upon The Studio Polish Of Nashville Cats Or The Ragged Ramble Of Young's Jerry-Rigged California Barn. These Are Complementary Approaches, With The Raw Immediacy Of "Are You Ready For The Country," "Alabama," And "Words" Contrasting Nicely With The Burnished, Mellow Simmer Of "Out On The Weekend," "Harvest," And "Old Man." Where Harvest Gets A Bit Odd Is On "A Man Needs A Maid" And "There's A World," Where The London Symphony Orchestra Plays Bombastic Arrangements By Jack Nitzsche -- Arrangements So Overwhelming They Threaten To Knock The Entire Album Off Of Its Axis. "The Needle And The Damage Done," A Lament For The Late Crazy Horse Guitarist Danny Whitten That Was Recorded In Concert, Helps Bring Harvest Back To Earth, Offering Open-hearted Empathy That Loses None Of Its Poignancy Over The Years. At First, "The Needle And The Damage Done" Doesn't Quite Seem To Jibe With The Rest Of Harvest -- It's A Solo Acoustic Number Recorded Live In Concert, An Aesthetic That's Far Away From Either The Slick Studio Craft Or Downhome Country-Rock Of The Rest Of The Record -- But Its Inclusion Underscores How Harvest Touches Upon Everything Neil Young Had Done To That Point. Here, He's Heard As A Folk Troubadour And A Shaggy Rocker, A Protest Singer And An Old Soul, A Hippie Who Wants To Get Back To The Country -- All Personas He'd Continue To Explore And Expand Over The Course Of His Career, And All Presented Here In A Way That's Welcoming, Not Alienating. Young Notoriously Bristled At This Accessibility, Writing In The Liner Notes Of Decade That "'heart Of Gold' Put Me In The Middle Of The Road. Traveling There Soon Became A Bore So I Headed For The Ditch," But That Doesn't Erase The Fact That Harvest Is A Remarkable Accomplishment, Turning Young's Idiosyncrasies Into Something Commercial Without Sacrificing Their Substance." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Harvest
New - LP - 517937-1
Sealed Latest Remastered Repress Of The 2009 Reissue. Cut From The Original Analogue Master Tapes, Housed In A Gatefold With Identical Hype Sticker. "Neil Young's Most Popular Album, Harvest Benefited From The Delay In Its Release (It Took 18 Months To Complete Due To Young's Back Injury), Which Whetted His Audience's Appetite, The Disintegration Of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (Young's Three Erstwhile Partners Sang On The Album, Along With Linda Ronstadt And James Taylor), And Most Of All, A Hit Single. "Heart Of Gold," Released A Month Before Harvest, Was Already In The Top 40 When The Lp Hit The Stores, And It Soon Topped The Charts. It's Fair To Say, Too, That Young Simply Was All-pervasive By This Time: "Heart Of Gold" Was Succeeded At Number One By "A Horse With No Name" By America, Which Was A Young Soundalike Record. But Successful As Harvest Was (And It Was The Best-selling Album Of 1972), It Has Suffered Critically From Reviewers Who See It As An Uneven Album On Which Young Repeats Himself. Certainly, Harvest Employs A Number Of Jarringly Different Styles. Much Of It Is Country-tinged, With Young Backed By A New Group Dubbed The Stray Gators Who Prominently Feature Steel Guitarist Ben Keith, Though There Is Also An Acoustic Track, A Couple Of Electric Guitar-drenched Rock Performances, And Two Songs On Which Young Is Accompanied By The London Symphony Orchestra. But The Album Does Have An Overall Mood And An Overall Lyric Content, And They Conflict With Each Other: The Mood Is Melancholic, But The Songs Mostly Describe The Longing For And Fulfillment Of New Love. Young Is Perhaps Most Explicit About This On The Controversial "A Man Needs A Maid," Which Is Often Condemned As Sexist By People Judging It On The Basis Of Its Title. In Fact, The Song Contrasts The Fears Of Committing To A Relationship With Simply Living Alone And Hiring Help, And It Contains Some Of Young's Most Autobiographical Writing. Unfortunately, Like "There's A World," The Song Is Engulfed In A Portentous Orchestration. Over And Over, Young Sings Of The Need For Love In Such Songs As "Out On The Weekend," "Heart Of Gold," And "Old Man" (A Top 40 Hit), And The Songs Are Unusually Melodic And Accessible. The Rock Numbers, "Are You Ready For The Country" And "Alabama," Are In Young's Familiar Style And Unremarkable, And "There's A World" And "Words (Between The Lines Of Age)" Are The Most Ponderous And Overdone Young Songs Since "The Last Trip To Tulsa." But The Love Songs And The Harrowing Portrait Of A Friend's Descent Into Heroin Addiction, "The Needle And The Damage Done," Remain Among Young's Most Affecting And Memorable Songs." AMG - William Ruhlmann more
Harvest (Test Pressing)
Audiophile - LP - 517937
180gm German Test Pressing Dated June 16th, 2009. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Harvest (Test Pressing)
New - LP - 517937
New, Unplayed 2009 140gm Test Pressing Dated June 16th, 2009. more
Harvest - Cream Vinyl
Colored Vinyl - REP 44131
Rare, Dutch Creamy Peach Colored Vinyl Rarity Housed In A Textured Gatefold Cover With Lyric Insert. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Jacket Has Crisp Corners. more
Harvest Live
New - LP - NEIL-HAR 1970
Sealed "Live" Album. Side 1: Out On The Weekend, Old Man, Journey Through The Past, Heart Of Gold, Don't Let It Bring You Down - Side 2: A Man Needs A Maid, Love In Mind, Dance, Dance, Dance, Alabama (Alternate Version), A Man Needs A Maid/Heart Of Gold (Piano Demo) - Recorded Live In London, 28 January 1970 (Radio Broadcast), Last Two Tracks On Side Two: Studio Outtakes From The Harvest Album. more
Harvest Moon
New - LP - 9362 45057
180gm hq - Last Copy Left! more
Harvest Moon
New - LP - 45057
Sealed, Very Hard To Find 1992 German Only Vinyl With Insert. more
Harvest Moon
Used - LP - 45057
Long Out Of Print 1992 German 180gm HQ. more
Harvest Moon
Used - LP - 45057
Rare 1992 Germany Only Vinyl With Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears New, Unplayed. more
Harvest Moon
Used - 7 - W0139
1993 45rpm 7" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Record Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Tracks Are "Harvest Moon (Single Edit)" And "Winterlong." more
Harvest Moon
New - LP - 563181-1
Sealed 2017 2LP Gatefold. One Of Neil Young's Most Beloved Albums On Vinyl For the First Time In the U.S. In Celebration Of The Albums 25th Anniversary. Side 4 Is An Etching Of Album Cover. more
Harvest Moon
Used - LP - 563181
2018 2LP Gatefold In Unplayed Condition And Still In Shrink Wrap. One Of Neil Young's Most Beloved Albums On Vinyl For the First Time In the U.S. In Celebration Of The 25th Anniversary Of It's Release. Side 4 Is An Etching Of Album Cover. more
Harvest Moon
New Import - 563181-1
Sealed 2017 2LP Gatefold. One Of Neil Young's Most Beloved Albums On Vinyl For the First Time In the U.S. In Celebration Of The Albums 25th Anniversary. Side 4 Is An Etching Of Album Cover. more
Harvest Moon
New Import - 9362-49107-8
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2017 2LP Gatefold Reissue. One Of Neil Young's Most Beloved Albums On Vinyl For the First Time In the U.S. In Celebration Of The Albums 25th Anniversary. Side 4 Is An Etching Of Album Cover. more
Harvest Moon
Used Import - 9362-49107-8
2024 2LP limited edition gatefold reissue pressed on clear vinyl, still in shrink with insert. NM- jacket, with tiny corner ding. Neil Young's "Harvest Moon" is a stunning masterpiece that showcases the legendary singer-songwriter at his absolute best. Released in 1992, the album is a powerful collection of heartfelt ballads, soulful melodies, and gritty guitar riffs that capture the essence of Young's iconic sound. From the opening notes of the title track to the final strains of "Natural Beauty," "Harvest Moon" is a true work of art that will leave you breathless. At the heart of "Harvest Moon" is Young's unmistakable voice, which is as raw and emotional as ever. Backed by an incredible band that includes longtime collaborators such as bassist James Taylor, drummer Kenny Buttrey, and keyboardist Spooner Oldham, Young spins tales of love, loss, and redemption that are both deeply personal and universally relatable. Whether he's crooning on the haunting "Unknown Legend" or tearing through the bluesy "From Hank to Hendrix," Young's performances on this record are nothing short of electrifying. But what truly sets "Harvest Moon" apart is its timeless quality. More than 25 years after its release, the album remains as relevant and powerful as ever, a testament to the enduring talent of one of rock's greatest icons. With its soaring melodies, searing guitar solos, and deeply introspective lyrics, "Harvest Moon" is a record that will stay with you long after the final notes fade away. So if you're looking for a true masterpiece of modern music, look no further than Neil Young's "Harvest Moon." more
Harvest Moon
New Import - 563181-1
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2017 2LP Gatefold Reissue. One Of Neil Young's Most Beloved Albums That Was Put On Vinyl For the First Time In the U.S. In Celebration Of The Albums 25th Anniversary. Side 4 Is An Etching Of Album Cover. more
Hawks & Doves
Used Import - P-10917R
1980 Japanese Pressing With Obi. Small Corner Ding. Glossy Vinyl. more
Hawks & Doves
New - LP - HS 2297
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Song Sticker On The Rear Shrink Wrap. Has The Original Store Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap 12-5-80. more
Hawks & Doves
New - LP - HS 2297
Sealed 1980 Original With Custom Song Sticker On The Rear Shrink Wrap. Cut Out Hole. more
Hawks & Doves
New - LP - 2297-1
Sealed 2018 Reissue. Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes For The Neil Young Archives Official Release Series. Tiny Rub On Top Seam, Marker Line Through Barcode On Back. more
Hawks & Doves
Used - LP - HS 2297
1980 Original Los Angeles Pressing. Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. Large Plastic Song Listing Sticker On Rear Shrink Wrap. No Capitol Stamps In Deadwax. more
Hawks & Doves
Used - LP - HS 2297
1980 US Original Winchester Pressing. Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Hype Sticker On Front & Rear And Includes The Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Hawks & Doves
Used - LP - HS 2297
1980 Original Los Angeles Pressing. Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Inner Sleeve. Large Plastic Song Listing Sticker On Rear Shrink Wrap. No Capitol Stamps In Deadwax. more
Hawks & Doves
New - LP - HS 2297
Sealed 1980 Original. Crisp Corners, Saw Cut. more
Hawks & Doves
Colored Vinyl - PRO A2 901
1980 Promo Only 12 Inch Mono 45rpm Pressed On Blue Vinyl. Slight Ring Wear On Cover. more
Hawks & Doves
New - LP - HS 2297
Sealed 1980 Original, Gold Promo Stamp On Jacket And Custom Song Sticker On The Rear Shrink Wrap. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. more
Hawks & Doves
New - LP - HS 2297
Sealed 1980 Original. Large Plastic Song Listing Sticker On Rear Shrink Wrap. Saw Cut. more
Hawks & Doves
Used - LP - HS 2297
1980 Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Original Store Price Sticker. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. Unplayed Condition. more
Hitchhiker
New - LP - 560639-1
Sealed 2017 Special Gatefold Original With Gold Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Includes 23"x28" Poster With Lyrics And Credits. Small Corner Bump. Rock Icon Neil Young's 1976 Acoustic Album Hitchhiker Finally Gets An Official Release. On August 11th, 1976, Young Walked Into Indigo Studios In Malibu And Recorded 10 Songs With His Acoustic Guitar. The Results Of That Session Are Collected On Hitchhiker, A New Young LP Due Out On September 8th. Many Of The Songs Have Surfaced On Previous Young Albums, Albeit In Different Forms: "Human Highway" Appeared Two Years Later On 1978'S Comes A Time, While "Powderfinger," "Ride My Llama" And "Pocahontas" Showed Up On Rust Never Sleeps (1979), And "Captain Kennedy" Came Out On 1980'S Hawks & Doves. Hitchhiker Also Contains A Pair Of Never-Before-Released Songs — "Hawaii," "a Soaring Ballad," And "Give Me Strength," Which Young Has Occasionally Performed Live. Young Recorded Hitchhiker With David Briggs, Who Helped Produce Many Of Young's Most Famous Albums, Including Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, After The Gold Rush And On The Beach. John Hanlon, Another Long-Time Collaborator, Contributed Some Post-Production To The Original Malibu Recordings.   more
Home Of The Brace: Collector's Heartland Revinylized
New - LP - 000
New, Unplayed 2LP Live Recording Housed In A Full Color Jacket. Originally Released On Double CD In 1997. 21 Live Performances Recorded Between 1986 And 1994. more
Homegrown
Used - LP - 093624898689
Pristine 2020 RSD Exclusive Vinyl Pressing And Includes Album Cover As A Print. "Back In The Spring Of 1975, Neil Young Planned To Release Homegrown, An Album He Completed At The Start Of The Year, But He Also Had Tonight's The Night -- A Rambling, Heavy Record Cut Back In 1973 -- Ready To Go. After Playing The Two Albums Back To Back For A Small Circle Of Friends, Young Opted For Tonight's The Night And Shelved Homegrown For The Better Part Of 45 Years. Unlike Other Scrapped Neil Projects, Homegrown Never Circulated In Full On Bootleg, But It Was Stripped For Parts: "Star Of Bethlehem" Wound Up On American Stars 'n Bars Alongside A Re-recorded Version Of Homegrown's Title Track, "Love Is A Rose" Popped Up On Decade, "Little Wing" Was Unveiled On Hawks & Doves, And "White Line" Got A Loud, Lumbering Makeover By Crazy Horse On Ragged Glory, Released A Full 15 Years After This Original Version. Recycling Songs Isn't Uncommon For Young, But The Dismantling Of Homegrown Can Also Be Seen As An Extension Of The Real Reason Why He Chose To Release Tonight's The Night Instead Of This Shambling, Homespun Affair: Some Of The Album Cut A Little Too Close To The Bone, Revealing A Little Too Much Of The Dissolution Of His Romance With Carrie Snodgress, So He Pushed It Away. Like All Heartaches, This Pain Diminished Over The Years, And By 2020, Young Was Ready To Unveil Homegrown As Part Of His Ongoing Archives Series. Heard As Its Own Distinct Work, Homegrown Is Indeed Emotionally Candid, But It's Also Warm, Funny, Stoned, And Spooky, Considerably Lighter Than Either Tonight's The Night Or On The Beach Yet More Cohesive In Its Weirdness Than American Stars 'n Bars And Not As Cozy As Comes A Time. Oddly, The Album Is Front-loaded With Its Explicit Breakup Songs, Starting As The Country-rock Ramble "Separate Ways" Is Underway. "Separate Ways" Is Paired With The Loping "Try" And Spacy Solo Sketch "Mexico" Before The Album Settles Into Familiar Territory With "Love Is A Rose" And "Homegrown." From This Point Forward, Homegrown Will Take The Occasional Detour Into Melancholy And Strangeness (The Spoken-word "Florida" Vibrates On A Different Wavelength From The Rest Of The Record), But It Also Finds Time For The Rowdy Doper Blues "We Don't Smoke It No More," The Restless Twilight Rocker "Vacancy," And The Delicate Closing Pair Of "Little Wing" And "Star Of Bethlehem," Which End The Album A Tentatively Hopeful Note. Hearing These (Sometimes Very Familiar) Songs In This Particular Sequence Is A Journey, One That Winds Along A Twisted Road Yet Provides An Experience As Complete As Its Mid-'70s Companion Lps. It's Not A Footnote But An Essential Part Of Neil Young's Catalog." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Homegrown
New Import - 093624893639
Sealed 2020, Non RSD Pressing, No Hype Stickers. "Back In The Spring Of 1975, Neil Young Planned To Release Homegrown, An Album He Completed At The Start Of The Year, But He Also Had Tonight's The Night -- A Rambling, Heavy Record Cut Back In 1973 -- Ready To Go. After Playing The Two Albums Back To Back For A Small Circle Of Friends, Young Opted For Tonight's The Night And Shelved Homegrown For The Better Part Of 45 Years. Unlike Other Scrapped Neil Projects, Homegrown Never Circulated In Full On Bootleg, But It Was Stripped For Parts: "Star Of Bethlehem" Wound Up On American Stars 'n Bars Alongside A Re-recorded Version Of Homegrown's Title Track, "Love Is A Rose" Popped Up On Decade, "Little Wing" Was Unveiled On Hawks & Doves, And "White Line" Got A Loud, Lumbering Makeover By Crazy Horse On Ragged Glory, Released A Full 15 Years After This Original Version. Recycling Songs Isn't Uncommon For Young, But The Dismantling Of Homegrown Can Also Be Seen As An Extension Of The Real Reason Why He Chose To Release Tonight's The Night Instead Of This Shambling, Homespun Affair: Some Of The Album Cut A Little Too Close To The Bone, Revealing A Little Too Much Of The Dissolution Of His Romance With Carrie Snodgress, So He Pushed It Away. Like All Heartaches, This Pain Diminished Over The Years, And By 2020, Young Was Ready To Unveil Homegrown As Part Of His Ongoing Archives Series. Heard As Its Own Distinct Work, Homegrown Is Indeed Emotionally Candid, But It's Also Warm, Funny, Stoned, And Spooky, Considerably Lighter Than Either Tonight's The Night Or On The Beach Yet More Cohesive In Its Weirdness Than American Stars 'n Bars And Not As Cozy As Comes A Time. Oddly, The Album Is Front-loaded With Its Explicit Breakup Songs, Starting As The Country-rock Ramble "Separate Ways" Is Underway. "Separate Ways" Is Paired With The Loping "Try" And Spacy Solo Sketch "Mexico" Before The Album Settles Into Familiar Territory With "Love Is A Rose" And "Homegrown." From This Point Forward, Homegrown Will Take The Occasional Detour Into Melancholy And Strangeness (The Spoken-word "Florida" Vibrates On A Different Wavelength From The Rest Of The Record), But It Also Finds Time For The Rowdy Doper Blues "We Don't Smoke It No More," The Restless Twilight Rocker "Vacancy," And The Delicate Closing Pair Of "Little Wing" And "Star Of Bethlehem," Which End The Album A Tentatively Hopeful Note. Hearing These (Sometimes Very Familiar) Songs In This Particular Sequence Is A Journey, One That Winds Along A Twisted Road Yet Provides An Experience As Complete As Its Mid-'70s Companion Lps. It's Not A Footnote But An Essential Part Of Neil Young's Catalog." AMG Review By Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
I'm Happy That Ya'll Came Down
Used - LP - 71011
2LP Gatefold Live Show Recorded At The Los Angeles Music Center Dorothy Chandler Pavilion On February 1st, 1971. Young Plays Unaccompanied. Cover Shows Light Ring Wear. more
I'm Happy That Ya'll Came Down
Used - LP - 71011
2LP Gatefold Live Show Recorded At The Los Angeles Music Center Dorothy Chandler Pavilion On February 1st, 1971. Young Plays Unaccompanied. Jacket Has Authentic Ring Wear, Both LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Journey Through The Past
Used - LP - 2XS 6480
Beautiful 1972 2LP White Label Promo, Quadruple Die-Cut Gatefold. Both LPs Look Unplayed. Jacket Is Very Near Mint. more
Journey Through The Past
New - LP - 2XS 6480
Factory Sealed 1972 2LP Gatefold (Label Variation Unknown). Tiny Saw Cut. more
Journey Through The Past
New - LP - 2XS 6480
Factory Sealed 1972 2LP Gatefold (Label Variation Unknown). Pristine Copy. more
Journey Through The Past
Used - LP - 2XS 6480
2LP Gatefold (Non Die-Cut Inner) 2nd Issue With Custom Inner Sleeves. LW1/LW1/LW1/LW1 Stampers. NM/NM/NM. No Bar Code On Cover. more
Journey Through The Past
Used Import - K64015
1972 UK Pressing, Quadruple Die-Cut Gatefold. Jacket Variant With Larger Font For "Original Sound Track Recordings". Overall The Vinyl Is More In The VG/VG+ Realm; Jacket Is VG. Underrated Record. more
Journey Through The Past
Used - LP - 2XS 6480
1972 2LP Die-Cut Double Gatefold First Label Original ("Stereo" At Bottom Of Steamboat Label And "R" In An Orange Box) With Custom Inner Sleeves. Not Available On CD. Small Corner Bump, Light Ring Wear, And One Edge Of The Gatefold Is Frayed, Hence Price. more
Journey Through The Past
Used - LP - 2XS 6480
1972 2LP Die-Cut Double Gatefold First Label Original ("Stereo" At Bottom Of Steamboat Label And "R" In An Orange Box) With Custom Inner Sleeves. 1B/1B/2A/1A Stampers. Not Available On CD. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Sterling In Dead Wax. more
Journey Through The Past
New - LP - 2XS 6480
Factory Sealed 2LP Gatefold Original With Blue Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Small Cut Out Hole. Tiny Dent On One Corner Light Rubbing On Small Part Of Bottom Of Jacket, Hence Heavily Reduced Price. more
Journey Through The Past
New - LP - K 64015
Factory Sealed 1972 2LP Gatefold (Label Variation Unknown). Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Landing On Water
New - LP - GHS 24109
Sealed 1986 Original. Unable To Confirm Pressing Plant. Features Steve Jordan On Drums And Danny Kortchmar On Guitar. Small Saw Cut. more
Landing On Water
New - LP - GHS 24109
Sealed 1986 Original. more
Landing On Water
Used - LP - GHS 24109
1986 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Shrink Wrap Intact. Hard To Find Without Cut Out Holes. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Landing On Water
New - LP - GHS 24109
Sealed 1986 Original. Clean Cut Out Hole. more
Le Noise
Audiophile - LP - 525956
Sealed, Limited Edition 2010 180gm HQ Original Housed In An Embossed Textured Gatefold Jacket With Insert. more
Le Noise
Used - LP - 525956
Unplayed Open Copy Of This Limited 2010 180gm HQ Original Housed In A Foil Embossed, Textured Gatefold Jacket With Insert. more
Live At Massey Hall 1971
New - LP - 43328
Sealed, Out Of Print 2008 2LP 200gm HQ Gatefold Vinyl. Given An "Official" Release By Young's Planned-Archive Series, This Follow-Up To His Live At The Fillmore East (Featuring Crazy Horse) Is An All-Acoustic, Solo Outing From January 1971. Only 25 Years Ago, And With The Highs (And Lows) Of The Buffalo Springfield, CSN&Y And Three Solo Albums Under His Belt, Neil Went Home To Canada And Delivered A Majestic Set Of Just Voice And Either Flat-Top Guitar Or Piano. Bootlegged Recordings Of This Tour Are Infamous Among Fans And Have Been Passed Around For Decades. The Official Mix From His Personal Tapes Is A Godsend, Positioning The Listener Front Row Center, Catching A Budding Rock Legend In His Early Prime. Mastered By Chris Bellman At Bernie Grundman Mastering From Analog Master Tapes Prepared By John Nowland At Neil's Ranch And Pressed On 200-Gram Vinyl. more
Live At Massey Hall 1971
Audiophile - LP - 43328-1
Open, Mint Copy Of This 2008 2LP 200gm HQ Heavy-Duty Gatefold Original With Insert (Not The Current Reissue). Given An "Official" Release By Young's Planned-Archive Series, This Follow-Up To His Live At The Fillmore East (Featuring Crazy Horse) Is An All-Acoustic, Solo Outing From January 1971. Only 25 Years Ago, And With The Highs (And Lows) Of The Buffalo Springfield, CSN&Y And Three Solo Albums Under His Belt, Neil Went Home To Canada And Delivered A Majestic Set Of Just Voice And Either Flat-Top Guitar Or Piano. Bootlegged Recordings Of This Tour Are Infamous Among Fans And Have Been Passed Around For Decades. The Official Mix From His Personal Tapes Is A Godsend, Positioning The Listener Front Row Center, Catching A Budding Rock Legend In His Early Prime. Mastered By Chris Bellman At Bernie Grundman Mastering From Analog Master Tapes Prepared By John Nowland At Neil's Ranch And Pressed On 200-Gram Vinyl. more
Live At Massey Hall 1971
Audiophile - New - 43328
Sealed 2008 2LP 180gm Gatefold Pressed At Pallas. Given An "Official" Release By Young's Planned-Archive Series, This Follow-Up To His Live At The Fillmore East (Featuring Crazy Horse) Is An All-Acoustic, Solo Outing From January 1971. Only 25 Years Ago, And With The Highs (And Lows) Of The Buffalo Springfield, CSN&Y And Three Solo Albums Under His Belt, Neil Went Home To Canada And Delivered A Majestic Set Of Just Voice And Either Flat-Top Guitar Or Piano. Bootlegged Recordings Of This Tour Are Infamous Among Fans And Have Been Passed Around For Decades. The Official Mix From His Personal Tapes Is A Godsend, Positioning The Listener Front Row Center, Catching A Budding Rock Legend In His Early Prime. more
Live At Massey Hall 1971
Audiophile - LP - 43328
Sealed, Out Of Print 200gm 2LP Quiex SV-P Original Housed In A Gatefold Cover. more
Live At Massey Hall 1971
New - LP - 43328
Sealed, Out Of Print 2008 2LP 200gm HQ Gatefold Vinyl. Given An "Official" Release By Young's Planned-Archive Series, This Follow-Up To His Live At The Fillmore East (Featuring Crazy Horse) Is An All-Acoustic, Solo Outing From January 1971. Only 25 Years Ago, And With The Highs (And Lows) Of The Buffalo Springfield, CSN&Y And Three Solo Albums Under His Belt, Neil Went Home To Canada And Delivered A Majestic Set Of Just Voice And Either Flat-Top Guitar Or Piano. Bootlegged Recordings Of This Tour Are Infamous Among Fans And Have Been Passed Around For Decades. The Official Mix From His Personal Tapes Is A Godsend, Positioning The Listener Front Row Center, Catching A Budding Rock Legend In His Early Prime. Mastered By Chris Bellman At Bernie Grundman Mastering From Analog Master Tapes Prepared By John Nowland At Neil's Ranch And Pressed On 200-Gram Vinyl. more
Live At The Cellar Door
New - LP - 535854
Sealed 2013 180gm Gatefold Original. Taken From Six Shows Recorded At The Cellar Door In Washington, D.C. November 30, And December 1 & 2, 1970, This Album Is Released As Part Of The Ongoing Neil Young Archives Performance Series. The Solo Acoustic Shows Feature The Debut Performances Of "Old Man" And "See The Sky About To Rain." It Also Includes A Rare Piano Version Of "Cinnamon Girl." Marker And Slash Through Barcode On Back. more
Live At The Fillmore East March 6 & 7, 1970
Audiophile - LP - 44429
Out Of Print 2008 200gm Vinyl Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Jacket With Insert. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. The Long-Anticipated First Release Of Many Promised Live Shows From Young's Personal Archives, Live At The Fillmore East From 1970 (On The Same Bill With Miles Davis: How Cool Is That?!), Has Only Been Heard On Various Bootlegged Versions, Until Now. This Tour, In Support Of The Album Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere, Features Young Backed By Crazy Horse Plus Renowned Arranger And Future Young Collaborator, The Late Jack Nitzsche On Piano. Staples Such As "Down By The River," "Cowgirl In The Sand" And "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere" Get The Full, Stretched Treatment That Young's Shows Would Become Famous For. A Great Slice Of Prime Neil Young And Friends In All Their Raw, Ragged And Rockin' Glory. Mastered And Cut By Chris Bellman At Bernie Grundman Mastering In Hollywood From Analog Master Tapes Prepared By John Nowland At Neil Young's Studio. more
Live At The Fillmore East March 6 & 7, 1970
New - LP - 44429
Sealed 2008 180gm Gatefold Reissue. more
Live At The Fillmore East March 6 & 7, 1970
New - LP - 44429
Sealed 2008 180gm Gatefold Reissue. Bottom Seam Split, Hence Price. more
Live At The Los Angeles Music Center
Used - LP - S 2649
Beautiful Live Recording From february 1st, 1971. Appears Unplayed. more
Live In Chicago 1992
New - LP - VP 80116
Sealed, Out Of Print 2011 2LP 180gm Gatefold Original. more
Live Rust
Used - LP - 2RX 2296
Beautiful 1979 2LP Gatefold Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Album Hype Sticker. Includes Original Custom Photograph Inner Sleeves. Features Crazy Horse. E8/E8/E1/E2 Stampers. more
Live Rust
New - LP - 2RX 2296
Sealed 1979 2LP Gatefold Original With Rose Records Price Sticker Over Shrink. Saw-Cut, Bottom Right Corner Crease and Rubbing. more
Live Rust
New - LP - 2RX 2296
Factory Sealed 1979 2LP Gatefold Original With Original Custom Photograph Innner Sleeves. Features Crazy Horse. Light Bottom Right Corner Crease. Small Amount Of Rubbing On Bottom Left Corner. more
Living With War
Audiophile - LP - 43265
Out Of Print 2007 200gm Quiex SV-P Original Housed In A Very Heavy, Textured Gatefold Cover With Alternate "RAW" Front Cover Track Listing Sheet And 16 Page Illustrated Lyrics Booklet. Young Wrote This Album As A Protest To George W. Bush's Presidency. Includes Alternate Cover Artwork Sheet, Intended For It's Original Release As "Living With War: Raw" more
Living With War
Audiophile - Used - 44335
Out Of Print 2006 200gm Quiex SV-P Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket With 16 Page Lyric Booklet And Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy. "In A Move That Deliberately Echoes The Rush Release Of "Ohio" In The Wake Of The Kent State Shootings, Neil Young Bashed Out His 2006 Protest Record Living With War In A Matter Of Days, Sometimes Recording Songs The Day They Were Written, And Then Seized The Opportunities Of The Digital Age By Streaming The Entire Album On His Website Only Weeks After It Was Recorded, With The Official Digital And Cd Releases Trailing Several Days Later. It's The Best Use Yet Of The Instant, Widespread Distribution That The Web Has To Offer, And It Also Hearkens Back To The Days When Folk Music Was Topical, Turning The News Into Song. But If The Ballads Of The 19th Century Were Passed Along Gradually, Growing Along The Way, Or If The Protest Tunes Of The Folk Revival Of The 1950s And '60s Grew In Stature Being Performed Regularly, Gaining Strength As Singer After Singer Sang Them, Living With War Captures A Specific Moment In Time: Early 2006, When George W. Bush's Approval Ratings Slipped To The Low 30s, As Discontent Sowed By The Iraq War, Hurricane Katrina, Rising Gas Prices, And Much More Turned Into A General Malaise In The Country (Or In Political Shorthand, It Was The Moment When George W. Turned Into Jimmy Carter). To Some, The Specificity Of Young's Writing On Living With War Will Forever Date It, But That's A Risk With Any Topical Folk, Rock, Or Pop, From "We Shall Overcome" To "We Are The World" -- Or "Ohio," For That Matter. Young Is Aware Of This And Embraces The Allegedly Short Shelf Life Of His Songs For Living With War By Directly Addressing The Political Turmoil In The U.s.a. In 2006 And The Real Human Wreckage It Has Left Behind. As Such, It Will Function As A Vivid Document Of Its Era, As Much As Any Journalism Of Its Time, But Living With War Isn't Rock-as-cnn: It's A Work Of Art, And It's A Canny One At That, With Young Drawing On Familiar Words And Music To Create Both Historic And Emotional Context For His Songs. It's Not Merely Clever That "Living With War" Quotes "The Star Spangled Banner," Or That "Flags Of Freedom" Consciously Reworks Dylan's "Chimes Of Freedom" -- It Helps Tie Young's Work To The Past And Gives His New Work Greater Resonance. And Nowhere Is That More True Than On "Let's Impeach The President" And How Its Melody Recalls "The City Of New Orleans" To Help Underscore What Was Lost In The Government's Bungled Reaction To Katrina's Devastation To The Legendary American City. With A Grandstanding Title Like That, Along With Its George W. Soundbites, "Let's Impeach The President" Is The Flashiest Song Here, And It Crystallizes What's Good About The Album: Sure, It Pulls No Punches And It's Angry, But It's Not Just Ranting; It's Artfully Written And Effective, As Is Living With War As A Whole. It's Not Perfect, But It Has A Vitality Lacking In Young's Recorded Work Of The Last 15 Years Or So, And Its Blend Of Greendale's Loud, Meandering Guitar Rock And The Bittersweet Mournful, Aging Hippie Vibe Of Prairie Wind Is Not Only Appealing, It's Better Executed Than Either Of Those Good Yet Flawed Records -- And That Execution Not Only Applies To The Ragged Glory Of The Recording, But To The Songs Themselves. They Manage To Be Unified In A Way That Young Wanted Greendale To Be But Didn't Quite Pull Off, Yet They Also Stand On Their Own And Are, Overall, More Memorable Than Those On Prairie Wind. And That's The Reason Why, Politics Aside, Living With War Stands As A Very Strong, Effective Neil Young Album That Will Continue To Have A Punch Long After The George W. Bush Administration Has Faded Into The History Books." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Living With War
Audiophile - Used - 44335
Out Of Print 2006 200gm Quiex SV-P Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket With 16 Page Lyric Booklet And Custom Inner Sleeve. LP plays VG++. "In A Move That Deliberately Echoes The Rush Release Of "Ohio" In The Wake Of The Kent State Shootings, Neil Young Bashed Out His 2006 Protest Record Living With War In A Matter Of Days, Sometimes Recording Songs The Day They Were Written, And Then Seized The Opportunities Of The Digital Age By Streaming The Entire Album On His Website Only Weeks After It Was Recorded, With The Official Digital And CD Releases Trailing Several Days Later. It's The Best Use Yet Of The Instant, Widespread Distribution That The Web Has To Offer, And It Also Hearkens Back To The Days When Folk Music Was Topical, Turning The News Into Song. But If The Ballads Of The 19th Century Were Passed Along Gradually, Growing Along The Way, Or If The Protest Tunes Of The Folk Revival Of The 1950s And '60s Grew In Stature Being Performed Regularly, Gaining Strength As Singer After Singer Sang Them, Living With War Captures A Specific Moment In Time: Early 2006, When George W. Bush's Approval Ratings Slipped To The Low 30s, As Discontent Sowed By The Iraq War, Hurricane Katrina, Rising Gas Prices, And Much More Turned Into A General Malaise In The Country (Or In Political Shorthand, It Was The Moment When George W. Turned Into Jimmy Carter). To Some, The Specificity Of Young's Writing On Living With War Will Forever Date It, But That's A Risk With Any Topical Folk, Rock, Or Pop, From "We Shall Overcome" To "We Are The World" -- Or "Ohio," For That Matter. Young Is Aware Of This And Embraces The Allegedly Short Shelf Life Of His Songs For Living With War By Directly Addressing The Political Turmoil In The U.s.a. In 2006 And The Real Human Wreckage It Has Left Behind. As Such, It Will Function As A Vivid Document Of Its Era, As Much As Any Journalism Of Its Time, But Living With War Isn't Rock-as-cnn: It's A Work Of Art, And It's A Canny One At That, With Young Drawing On Familiar Words And Music To Create Both Historic And Emotional Context For His Songs. It's Not Merely Clever That "Living With War" Quotes "The Star Spangled Banner," Or That "Flags Of Freedom" Consciously Reworks Dylan's "Chimes Of Freedom" -- It Helps Tie Young's Work To The Past And Gives His New Work Greater Resonance. And Nowhere Is That More True Than On "Let's Impeach The President" And How Its Melody Recalls "The City Of New Orleans" To Help Underscore What Was Lost In The Government's Bungled Reaction To Katrina's Devastation To The Legendary American City. With A Grandstanding Title Like That, Along With Its George W. Soundbites, "Let's Impeach The President" Is The Flashiest Song Here, And It Crystallizes What's Good About The Album: Sure, It Pulls No Punches And It's Angry, But It's Not Just Ranting; It's Artfully Written And Effective, As Is Living With War As A Whole. It's Not Perfect, But It Has A Vitality Lacking In Young's Recorded Work Of The Last 15 Years Or So, And Its Blend Of Greendale's Loud, Meandering Guitar Rock And The Bittersweet Mournful, Aging Hippie Vibe Of Prairie Wind Is Not Only Appealing, It's Better Executed Than Either Of Those Good Yet Flawed Records -- And That Execution Not Only Applies To The Ragged Glory Of The Recording, But To The Songs Themselves. They Manage To Be Unified In A Way That Young Wanted Greendale To Be But Didn't Quite Pull Off, Yet They Also Stand On Their Own And Are, Overall, More Memorable Than Those On Prairie Wind. And That's The Reason Why, Politics Aside, Living With War Stands As A Very Strong, Effective Neil Young Album That Will Continue To Have A Punch Long After The George W. Bush Administration Has Faded Into The History Books." AMG - Stephen Thomas Erlewine. more
Living With War
Audiophile - New - 44335-1
Sealed 2006 200gm Quiex SV-P Original Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket With 16 Page Lyric Booklet And Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Living With War: In The Beginning
Audiophile - LP - 43265
Sealed, Out Of Print 2007 200gm Quiex SV-P Housed In A Very Heavy, Textured Gatefold Cover With Front Cover Track Listing Sheet And 16 Page Illustrated Lyrics Booklet. Young Wrote This Album As A Protest To George W. Bush's Presidency. Includes Alternate Cover Artwork Sheet, Intended For It's Original Release As "Living With War: Raw" more
Long May You Run (Live)
Used - 7 - W0207
Hard To Find 1993 45rpm UK 7" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve. Tracks Are "Long May You Run (Live) (Edit)" And "Sugar Mountain." Record Appears Unplayed. more
Lucky Thirteen
Used - LP - GEF 24452
First Copy We Have Ever Seen Of This Extremely Limited 1993 Holland Only 2LP With Custom Inner Sleeves. Contains Previously Unreleased Recordings From The Neil Young Archives. Both LPs Appear New, Unplayed. more
Massey Hall 1971
Audiophile - LP - 43328
Sealed 2007 200gm 2LP Test Pressing On Quiex SV-P Vinyl. Each LP Individually Sealed In A Generic White Jacket With Date And Stamper Numbers Printed In Ink. Also Includes The Original Gatefold Cover. more
Motor City / Southern Pacific (Mono)
Colored Vinyl - RSP 49895
Rare 1981 Promo Only Triangular Red Wax Single. Jacket Has Light Wear On Delicate Corners, Disc Appears Unplayed. more
Neil Young
New - LP - 6317
Sealed Gatefold, No Bar Code On Back Cover. Label Variation Unknown (Probably Late 70s). Crisp Corners, No Deletion Holes. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - 6317
Beautiful Gatefold Original, "Stereo" On Bottom Of Label, Shrink Wrap Intact. RE-2F / RE-1G Stampers. Original Wherehouse Price Tag On Rear Shrink. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - RS 6317
Beautiful 1968 First Pressing, Two Color Steamboat Label Gatefold Original. This Is The Rare Version In Which Neil Young's Name Is Omitted From The Front Cover Art And Which Features A Completely Different Mix Than On Later Issues. Both Record And Cover Are Very Near Mint. 1B/1B Stampers. more
Neil Young
New - LP - 6317
Factory Sealed Gatefold. Label Variation Unknown. No Bar Code On Jacket. Probably A Mid-Late 70's Pressing. Small Saw Cut. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - 6317
Early 1970's All Analogue Gatefold Issue (Large "Stereo" On Bottom Of Label, RE1/RE1 Stampers, No Bar Code On Back Cover.) Appears Unplayed. Five Small Numbers Written On Back In Ink. more
Neil Young
New - LP - P-8121R
New, Unplayed Japanese Pressing Housed In A Gatefold Jacket With Obi. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - 6317
Beautiful Early 70's Gatefold Pressing (Brown Steamboat Label Without Stereo On Bottom). Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. The Gatefold Crackles When Opening. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - RS 6317
1970 Steamboat Label Reissue With Orange "R" Logo At Top And "STEREO" At Bottom Of Labels. Gatefold Cover Has Neil Young Printed Across Top. RE-1A/RE-1B Stampers. Appears Glossy, Unplayed.Gatefold Is In Gorgeous Shape With "Tight" Corners. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - RS 6317
1968 Two Color Steamboat Label With 1B/RE1 1B/RE1 Stampers In Dead Wax Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. Neil Young's Name Is Omitted From The Front Cover Art. Jacket Is Near Mint And The LP Has Some Fine Paper Scuffs, But Plays Quietly Throughout. 1B/1B Stampers. A Lot More Succulent Sounding Than The Later Pressings. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - RS 6317
Steamboat Label With Orange "R" Logo Later Pressing (Late 70s/Early 80s) Housed In A Gatefold Jacket. No Bar Code On Back. CC. Pink Promotional Copy Sticker On Cover. more
Neil Young
New - LP - RS 6317
Factory Sealed Heavy-Duty Gatefold With Neil Young's Name Across The Top Of The Cover. Label Variation Unknown, But Probably One Of The First Pressings After The Two Color Steamboat Label. Center Bottom Seam Split, Hence Price. Crisp Corners. Has The Original Record Factory Price Tag On The Rear Shrink Wrap. more
Neil Young
Audiophile - LP - 517934
German 140gm Test Pressing Dated June 17, 2009. more
Neil Young
Audiophile - LP - 517934
New, Unplayed German 180gm Test Pressing Dated June 17, 2009. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - RS 6317
Rare 1968 WLP Pressing, Gatefold Original. This Is The Rare Version In Which Neil Young's Name Is Omitted From The Front Cover Art And Which Features A Completely Different Mix Than On Later Issues. VG/VG+ more
Neil Young
New - LP - 6317
Sealed 1970 Heavy Gatefold 2nd Issue. Label Variation Unknown. Small Cut Out Hole. No Bar Code On Back Cover. Neil Young's self-titled album released in 1969, is an essential piece of rock and folk music history. The album features a raw and stripped-down sound, with Neil's distinct voice and guitar work at the forefront. The opening track, "The Emperor of Wyoming," sets the tone for the album, with its acoustic guitar and haunting melody. The album contains some of Neil's most well-known songs, including "The Loner" and "Here We Are In the Years" which showcase his songwriting prowess and ability to convey emotions through his lyrics. The album's closer, "The Last Trip to Tulsa," is a nine-minute epic that tells the story of a road trip and features Neil's spoken-word storytelling. Overall, "Young, Neil" is a classic album that stands the test of time. It's a must-listen for fans of rock and folk music and a great starting point for those new to Neil Young's music. more
Neil Young
Audiophile - New - 517934-1
Sealed 2011 180gm HQ Remaster Taken From The Original Analogue Tapes Housed In A Heavy-Duty Gatefold Jacket. Cover Art Replicates The Rare First Edition Which Did Not Have Neil Young's Name Across The Top. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - 6317
1970 Gatefold Pressing (Brown Steamboat Label Without Stereo On Bottom). Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - 6317
Beautiful Gatefold Original, With "Neil Young" Added Across The Top. Record Has Reprise "R" Logo On Top & "Stereo" On Bottom Of Label. Tiny Bottom Corner Bump. more
Neil Young
Used - LP - RS 6317
1969 Two Color Steamboat Label In A Gatefold Jacket. Cover Is VG++ With Original Owner's Signature On Back Of Cover. This is a mispress that has the two-color, W7 label, the remixed (common) mix on side A, and the original mix from the first press on side B. Jacket cover is the "nameless" version. more
Neil Young
New - LP - 517934-1
Sealed 2009 Gatefold Mastered From The Original Analog Tapes. Neil Young's Self-Titled Debut Album, Released In 1968, Offers A Glimpse Into The Artistic Evolution Of One Of Rock Music's Most Iconic Figures. One Notable Aspect Of Neil Young's First Album Is Its Raw And Intimate Nature. Recorded Shortly After The Dissolution Of Buffalo Springfield, Young Embarked On A Solo Career That Allowed Him To Explore His Own Musical Identity. The Album Captures A Sense Of Vulnerability And Introspection, Showcasing Young's Distinctive Songwriting Style And His Ability To Convey Deeply Personal Emotions Through His Music. Young Opted For A Stripped-Down Approach, Often Recording His Songs In One Or Two Takes To Preserve The Spontaneous Energy And Authenticity Of The Performances. This Lo-Fi Aesthetic Added To The Album's Charm, Creating A Sense Of Immediacy And Intimacy That Resonated With Listeners. The Record Features A Blend Of Folk, Country, And Rock Influences, Which Would Become Hallmarks Of His Career. Tracks Like "The Loner" And "I've Been Waiting For You" Showcase Young's Ability To Merge Haunting Melodies With Introspective And Introspective Lyrics, Creating A Distinct Sonic Atmosphere That Captivates The Listener. Another Interesting Aspect Of The Album Is The Collaboration With Producer And Musician Jack Nitzsche. Nitzsche's Innovative Production Techniques And His Contributions On Piano And Arrangements Played A Significant Role In Shaping The Album's Sound. Their Collaboration Brought Out The Best In Young's Songwriting And Set The Stage For The Creative Direction He Would Explore In His Subsequent Works. more
Neil Young With Crazy Horse
Colored Vinyl - WIZARDO 1380
Rare 1976 Splatter Vinyl Original Still In Shrink Wrap. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Official Release Series Discs 1-4
Audiophile - LP - 49767
Out Of Print, 2009 Limited, Gold Foil Numbered Edition 4LP Set Housed In A Heavy-Duty Box. This Is Box Number 000522. Each Of The Faithfully Reproduced Gatefold Covers Is Additionally Foil Numbered 000522. All Four LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. more
Official Release Series Discs 5-8
New - LP - 535704
Sealed, 2014 Release, 4LP Box Set Remastered On 180gm Vinyl. Includes The Next Four Albums From The Official Release Series: On The Beach, Times Fades Away, Tonight’s The Night, And Zuma. more
Official Release Series Discs 8.5-12
New - LP - 554706
Sealed 2016 5LP 180gm HQ Box Set. Young's "Official Release Series" Continues With The Next Set Of Chronological Titles To Include: Long May You Run (The Stills-Young Band - 1976), American Stars 'N Bars (1977), Comes A Time (1978), Rust Never Sleeps (1979), and Live Rust (1979). more
Old Ways
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-252
1996 Limited Edition #0434, 200gm Anadisc Half-Speed Master Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. more
Old Ways
New - LP - GHS 24068
Sealed 1985 Original LP Featuring Willie Nelson On "Are There Any More Real Cowboys?" Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Clean COH. more
Old Ways
New - LP - GHS 24068
Sealed 1985 Original Featuring Willie Nelson On "Are There Any More Real Cowboys?" Custom Song Sticker Over Shrink Wrap. Small Saw Cut. more
Old Ways
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-252
Pristine, Factory Sealed, Limited Edition, Half-Speed Mastered 200gm Anadisc Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. This Is Low Number 0399. more
Old Ways
New - CD - UDCD 663
Sealed Ultra Disc II. more
Old Ways
Used - LP - 28AP 3071
Beautiful Japanese Pressing With Obi. more
Old Ways
New - LP - GHS 24068
Sealed 1985 Original Featuring Willie Nelson On "Are There Any More Real Cowboys?" more
Old Ways
Used - LP - GHS 24068
1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve Featuring Willie Nelson On "Are There Any More Real Cowboys?" Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Old Ways
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 1-252
Factory Sealed, Limited Edition, Numbered 200gm Anadisc Half-Speed Master Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold Cover. This Is Mega Low Number 0017. more
Old Ways
Used - LP - GHS 24068
1985 Original With Custom Inner Sleeve, Still In Shrink With Rare Song Hype Sticker. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Features Willie Nelson On "Are There Any More Real Cowboys?" more
On The Beach
New - LP - R 2180
Sealed 1974 Original, Saw Cut Deletion. Not Released On CD. Extremely Hard To Find This Album Still Sealed! more
On The Beach
Used - LP - R 2180
1974 Steamboat Label Original With Stereo Printed On Bottom Of Labels. Custom Inner Jacket "Wallpaper" Artwork And Custom Inner Sleeve. Shrink Wrap Intact. 1J/1J RCA Hollywood Stampers. Glossy, Unplayed Condition. Difficult To Find Without A Saw Cut Or Cut Out Hole. Small, Light Cover Crease At Spine. more
On The Beach
Used - LP - R 2180
Beautiful 1975 Steamboat Label With Stereo On The Bottom Original. Includes The Custom Wallpaper Inner Jacket And Inner Sleeve. 1A/1A RCA Stampers. Small Saw Cut. Slight Corner Bump. more
On The Beach
Used - LP - R 2180
Beautiful 1974 Promotional Label With Pink Promo Sticker On Front Cover. 1A/1A Stampers. Has The Custom Wallpaper Design On The Inner Jacket-As Do All Copies. Tiny Center Top Seam Split. more
On The Beach
Used - LP - R 2180
1974 Steamboat 2nd Label (Does Not Have STEREO Printed On Labels) In Shrink Wrap. RE-1-1K/RE-1-1D Stampers. Has The Original Custom Inner Jacket "Wallpaper" Artwork And Custom Inner Sleeve. Superficial "Skittery" Mark Form The Pressing Plant On Side Two Is Completely Inaudible. more
On The Beach
Used - LP - R 2180
Beautiful 1975 Steamboat Label Original With "Stereo" On Bottom Of Label. Very First Pressing With 1A/1A Stampers And Shrink Wrap Intact. Custom Wallpaper Inner Jacket And Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut. more
On The Beach
New - LP - R 2180
Sealed 1974 Original Store Stock Copy With The W.T. Grant Price Tag Still Intact On The Shrink Wrap. Top Of The Shrink Wrap Is Torn With A Couple Of Tiny Patches Of Wear To The Top Of The Jacket. Extremely Hard To Find This Album Still Sealed! more
On The Beach
New - LP - R 2189
Factory Sealed 1974 Original With Custom Inner Jacket Wallpaper Artwork And Custom Inner Sleeve. We Have Had A Couple Of Sealed Copies Of This Rarity In Stock Over The Years, But This Is The First One Without A Saw Cut Or Cut-Out Hole. This Copy Is Pristine. more
On The Beach
New - LP - R 2180
Sealed 1974 Original Store Stock Copy. Small, Cut Out Hole. Has The Original Wallpaper Finish To The Inside Of The Jacket. Extremely Hard To Find This Album Still Sealed! Small Lower Right Corner Push. more
On The Beach
New - LP - R 2180
Sealed, Out Of Print Import Reissue. more
On The Beach
New - LP - 48497
Sealed 2016 Reissue With Custom Inner Sleeve And Featuring The Exact Replica Of The Wallpaper Design Inner Cover Of The Original. 5 Stars! “Following The 1973 Time Fades Away Tour, Neil Young Wrote And Recorded An Irish Wake Of A Record Called Tonight's The Night And Went On The Road Drunkenly Playing Its Songs To Uncomprehending Listeners And Hostile Reviewers. Reprise Rejected The Record, And Young Went Right Back And Made On The Beach, Which Shares Some Of The Ragged Style Of Its Two Predecessors. But Where Time Was Embattled And Tonight Mournful, On The Beach Was Savage And, Ultimately, Triumphant. "I'm A Vampire, Babe," Young Sang, And He Proceeded To Take Bites Out Of Various Subjects: Threatening The Lives Of The Stars Who Lived In L.A.'S Laurel Canyon ("Revolution Blues"); Answering Back To Lynyrd Skynyrd, Whose "Sweet Home Alabama" Had Taken Him To Task For His Criticisms Of The South In "Southern Man" And "Alabama" ("Walk On"); And Rejecting The Critics ("Ambulance Blues"). But The Barbs Were Mixed With Humor And Even Affection, As Young Seemed To Be Emerging From The Grief And Self-Abuse That Had Plagued Him For Two Years. But The Album Was So Spare And Under-Produced, Its Lyrics So Harrowing, That It Was Easy To Miss Young's Conclusion: He Was Saying Goodbye To Despair, Not Being Overwhelmed By It.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
On The Beach
Used - LP - R 2180
1974 Original On The Third Reprise Steamboat Label With Stereo Above Bottom Rim Text. Has The Original Custom Inner Jacket "Wallpaper" Artwork And Custom Inner Sleeve, Slight Wear To Inner Sleeve. Some Wear To Album Jacket, With Foxing And Ring Wear. Small Crease And Bump To Bottom Right Corner. Gentle Rubs To Seam Edges. Vinyl Plays VG/VG+. more
On The Beach
New - LP - R 2180
Factory Sealed 1974 Original With Custom Inner Jacket Wallpaper Artwork And Custom Inner Sleeve. Saw Cut. Released In 1974, The Album Features An Atmospheric Sound And Deeply Personal Lyrics That Reflect The Artist's Disillusionment With The Music Industry And Fame. The Album's Highlights Include The Haunting Title Track, The Catchy "Walk On," And The Politically Charged "Revolution Blues." "On The Beach" Would Be Considered A Deep Catalog Release But A Worthwhile Listen. more
On The Beach
New Import - 093624938491
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2016 Remastered Vinyl Reissue. Released In 1974, The Album Features An Atmospheric Sound And Deeply Personal Lyrics That Reflect The Artist's Disillusionment With The Music Industry And Fame. The Album's Highlights Include The Haunting Title Track, The Catchy "Walk On," And The Politically Charged "Revolution Blues." "On The Beach" Would Be Considered A Deep Catalog Release But A Worthwhile Listen. more
On The Beach
New Import - 093624938491
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2016 Remastered Vinyl Reissue. Released In 1974, The Album Features An Atmospheric Sound And Deeply Personal Lyrics That Reflect The Artist's Disillusionment With The Music Industry And Fame. The Album's Highlights Include The Haunting Title Track, The Catchy "Walk On," And The Politically Charged "Revolution Blues." "On The Beach" Would Be Considered A Deep Catalog Release But A Worthwhile Listen. more
On The Beach
New Import - 093624938491
Sealed, Latest Run Of The 2016 Remastered Vinyl Reissue. Released In 1974, The Album Features An Atmospheric Sound And Deeply Personal Lyrics That Reflect The Artist's Disillusionment With The Music Industry And Fame. The Album's Highlights Include The Haunting Title Track, The Catchy "Walk On," And The Politically Charged "Revolution Blues." "On The Beach" Would Be Considered A Deep Catalog Release But A Worthwhile Listen. more
Opera Star
Used - 12 - PRO-A-1014
1981 Promo Only Label Heavy Vinyl Two Song 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. Unplayed Condition. more
Peace Trail
New - LP - 558314-1
Sealed 2017 Original. Peace Trail Was Recorded At Rick Rubin’s Shangri-La Studios And Features Young On Vocals And Guitar, Jim Keltner On Drums, And Paul Bushnell On Bass. It Was Produced By Young And John Hanlon, Mixed By John Hanlon.  Most Recently Young Previewed Five Songs From The Album During His Performances During The Desert Trip Festival, In Indio, Ca. Last Week Which Both Rolling Stone And Entertainment Weekly Summed Up As Simply “explosive.” “Neil Slashed And Bashed At His Guitar, The Sound Intense And Nearly Out Of Control.” – Rolling Stone.  The Los Angeles Times Called Young’s Performance “intensely Powerful,” “furious” And Concluded, “combining Passion, Energy And Stinging Content, “Neil Young Matches The Fire In His Belly To The Poetry From His Pen For One Of The Most Gripping Outings Of His Long Career. This Riveting Collection, A Spare Acoustic-Electric Hybrid, Seethes With Righteous Indignation Over A Plethora Of Social And Political Injustices, But Also Soothes With Deeply Felt Empathy For Those On The Receiving End Of Iniquity." -- Los Angeles Times / Randy Lewis  Young Served Up A Deeply Rewarding Performance.” more
People On The Street
Used - 12 - PRO-A-2623
Mint, Unplayed 1985 Promo Only Label 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. more
Prairie Wind
Audiophile - LP - 49593
Factory Sealed 2005 200gm Quiex SV-P 2LP Gatefold Original. more
Prairie Wind
Audiophile - LP - 49593
Long Out Of Print 2005 200gm 2LP Quiex SV-P Original Housed In Heavy-Duty, Deluxe Gatefold With Custom Inner Sleeves And 20 Page Illustrated Lyric Book. more
Prairie Wind
Audiophile - LP - 49593
Sealed 2009 2LP 200gm Test Pressing. Each LP Individually Sealed In A White Jacket Plus The Original Textured Gatefold Cover. more
Prairie Wind
Audiophile - LP - 49593
Factory Sealed, Out Of Print 200gm Quiex SV-P 2LP Gatefold Original. Two Bottom Center Seam Splits, Hence Price Killer Price. more
Prisoners Of Rock 'N' Roll
Colored Vinyl - RS 012
Rare 1986 3LP Gatefold Original Pressed On Multi-Colored Splash Vinyl. Neil Young And Crazy Horse Recorded Live At The Cow Palace, San Francisco, November 21st, 1986. Includes "Travelling With Gaddafi," "Inca Queen," "It's Such A Long Way Home," "When Your Lonely Heart Breaks" And More. All Three LPs Appear Glossy, Unplayed. First Copy We Have Had In Stock. more
Reactor
Used - LP - HS 2304
1981 Original With The Original Die-Cut Red Inner Sleeve With Lyrics. Shrink Wrap Intact With The Rare Plastic Hype Sticker In Place. Appears Unplayed. more
Reactor
New - LP - HS 2304
Sealed 1981 Original With The Rare Plastic Hype Sticker And Original Music Plus Price Tag On The Shrink Wrap. Unable To Confirm Exact Pressing. Small Saw Cut. more
Road Rock
New - LP - REP 48036
2LP - Live more
Road Rock
New - LP - 9362 48036
Sealed 2000 2LP 180gm German Only Import Vinyl Original. Very Slight Corner Crease. more
Rockin' In The Free World
Used - 12 - 921 388
Rare 1989 German Only 3 Track 45rpm 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. Tracks Are "Rockin' In The Free World" Plus The Previously Unreleased "Cocaine Eyes" And A Previously Unreleased Live Version Of "Rockin' In The Free World." Unplayed Copy. more
Rockin' In The Free World
New - 7 - WO 231
New, Unplayed 1994 45rpm 7" Single Housed In A Picture Sleeve With Brit Awards Nominee Sticker. Includes The Edit And LP Versions Of The Title Track. more
Roxy (Tonight's The Night Live)
New - LP - 566051-1
Sealed 2018 RSD Exclusive 2LP Gatefold With Printed Inner Sleeves. Side 4 Is Etched With The "R" From The Roxy Logo. Marker Line Through Barcode. One Of The Most Sought-After Recordings From His Vast Archives, Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. This Was The First Public Performance Of Many Of The Songs That Would Make Up Young's Seminal Album Tonight's The Night, Which Would Not Be Released Until June 1975. The Album's Final Track "Walk On" Would Not Appear Until The Release Of On The Beach, In July 1974. Young Would Be The First Artist To Christen The Stage At What Would Become One Of The World's Great Clubs, The Roxy Theater On The Riotous Sunset Strip, Right Next Door To The Already Infamous Rainbow Bar & Grille. The Shows Took Place On September 20-22, 1973. Produced By Young And The Late David Briggs, These Resultant Recordings Were Mixed By John Nowland With Updated Post-Production And Mastering By John Hanlon - Along With Chris Bellman - At Bernie Grundman Mastering Using The Original Analog Master Tape Source. Close Your Eyes And You'll Be Right There In That Dark, Smoky, 500 Capacity Room In West, L.A. On A Hot Summer Night In 1973. Tonight's The Night Would Go On To Be Named One Of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, And Universally Praised For Its Dark Honesty And Unapologetic Raw Delivery. The Very Same Can Be Said For Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. more
Roxy (Tonight's The Night Live)
Used - LP - 566051-1
2018 RSD Exclusive 2LP Gatefold With Printed Inner Sleeves. Side 4 Is Etched With The "R" From The Roxy Logo. Marker Line Through Barcode. One Of The Most Sought-After Recordings From His Vast Archives, Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. This Was The First Public Performance Of Many Of The Songs That Would Make Up Young's Seminal Album Tonight's The Night, Which Would Not Be Released Until June 1975. The Album's Final Track "Walk On" Would Not Appear Until The Release Of On The Beach, In July 1974. Young Would Be The First Artist To Christen The Stage At What Would Become One Of The World's Great Clubs, The Roxy Theater On The Riotous Sunset Strip, Right Next Door To The Already Infamous Rainbow Bar & Grille. The Shows Took Place On September 20-22, 1973. Produced By Young And The Late David Briggs, These Resultant Recordings Were Mixed By John Nowland With Updated Post-Production And Mastering By John Hanlon - Along With Chris Bellman - At Bernie Grundman Mastering Using The Original Analog Master Tape Source. Close Your Eyes And You'll Be Right There In That Dark, Smoky, 500 Capacity Room In West, L.A. On A Hot Summer Night In 1973. Tonight's The Night Would Go On To Be Named One Of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, And Universally Praised For Its Dark Honesty And Unapologetic Raw Delivery. The Very Same Can Be Said For Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. more
Roxy (Tonight's The Night Live)
New - LP - 566051-1
Sealed 2018 2LP Gatefold With Printed Inner Sleeves. One Of The Most Sought-After Recordings From His Vast Archives, Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. This Was The First Public Performance Of Many Of The Songs That Would Make Up Young's Seminal Album Tonight's The Night, Which Would Not Be Released Until June 1975. The Album's Final Track "Walk On" Would Not Appear Until The Release Of On The Beach, In July 1974. Young Would Be The First Artist To Christen The Stage At What Would Become One Of The World's Great Clubs, The Roxy Theater On The Riotous Sunset Strip, Right Next Door To The Already Infamous Rainbow Bar & Grille. The Shows Took Place On September 20-22, 1973. Produced By Young And The Late David Briggs, These Resultant Recordings Were Mixed By John Nowland With Updated Post-Production And Mastering By John Hanlon - Along With Chris Bellman - At Bernie Grundman Mastering Using The Original Analog Master Tape Source. Close Your Eyes And You'll Be Right There In That Dark, Smoky, 500 Capacity Room In West, L.A. On A Hot Summer Night In 1973. Tonight's The Night Would Go On To Be Named One Of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, And Universally Praised For Its Dark Honesty And Unapologetic Raw Delivery. The Very Same Can Be Said For Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. more
Roxy (Tonight's The Night Live)
New Import - 9362-49079-7
Sealed 2018 2LP Gatefold With Printed Inner Sleeves. Side 4 Is Etched With The "R" From The Roxy Logo. One Of The Most Sought-After Recordings From His Vast Archives, Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. This Was The First Public Performance Of Many Of The Songs That Would Make Up Young's Seminal Album Tonight's The Night, Which Would Not Be Released Until June 1975. The Album's Final Track "Walk On" Would Not Appear Until The Release Of On The Beach, In July 1974. Young Would Be The First Artist To Christen The Stage At What Would Become One Of The World's Great Clubs, The Roxy Theater On The Riotous Sunset Strip, Right Next Door To The Already Infamous Rainbow Bar & Grille. The Shows Took Place On September 20-22, 1973. Produced By Young And The Late David Briggs, These Resultant Recordings Were Mixed By John Nowland With Updated Post-Production And Mastering By John Hanlon - Along With Chris Bellman - At Bernie Grundman Mastering Using The Original Analog Master Tape Source. Close Your Eyes And You'll Be Right There In That Dark, Smoky, 500 Capacity Room In West, L.A. On A Hot Summer Night In 1973. Tonight's The Night Would Go On To Be Named One Of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, And Universally Praised For Its Dark Honesty And Unapologetic Raw Delivery. The Very Same Can Be Said For Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. more
Roxy (Tonight's The Night Live)
New Import - 9362-49079-7
Sealed 2018 2LP Gatefold With Printed Inner Sleeves. Side 4 Is Etched With The "R" From The Roxy Logo. One Of The Most Sought-After Recordings From His Vast Archives, Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. This Was The First Public Performance Of Many Of The Songs That Would Make Up Young's Seminal Album Tonight's The Night, Which Would Not Be Released Until June 1975. The Album's Final Track "Walk On" Would Not Appear Until The Release Of On The Beach, In July 1974. Young Would Be The First Artist To Christen The Stage At What Would Become One Of The World's Great Clubs, The Roxy Theater On The Riotous Sunset Strip, Right Next Door To The Already Infamous Rainbow Bar & Grille. The Shows Took Place On September 20-22, 1973. Produced By Young And The Late David Briggs, These Resultant Recordings Were Mixed By John Nowland With Updated Post-Production And Mastering By John Hanlon - Along With Chris Bellman - At Bernie Grundman Mastering Using The Original Analog Master Tape Source. Close Your Eyes And You'll Be Right There In That Dark, Smoky, 500 Capacity Room In West, L.A. On A Hot Summer Night In 1973. Tonight's The Night Would Go On To Be Named One Of Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time, And Universally Praised For Its Dark Honesty And Unapologetic Raw Delivery. The Very Same Can Be Said For Roxy - Tonight's The Night Live. more
Rust Never Sleeps
Used - LP - HS 2295
1979 Steamboat Original With Custom Glossy Inner Sleeve, Lyric Insert And Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. Crisp Corners, No Cut-Out Holes. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Rust Never Sleeps
New - LP - HS 2295
Factory Sealed 1979 Original With Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap. First Sealed Copy We Have Seen In Six Years. Comes With A Custom Lyrics Inner Sleeve. “Rust Never Sleeps, Its Aphoristic Title Drawn From An Intended Advertising Slogan, Was An Album Of New Songs, Some Of Them Recorded On Neil Young's 1978 Concert Tour. His Strongest Collection Since Tonight's The Night, Its Obvious Antecedent Was Bob Dylan's Bringing It All Back Home, And, As Dylan Did, Young Divided His Record Into Acoustic And Electric Sides While Filling His Songs With Wildly Imaginative Imagery. The Leadoff Track, "My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue)" (Repeated In An Electric Version At Album's End As "Hey Hey, My My [Into The Black]" With Slightly Altered Lyrics), Is The Most Concise And Knowing Description Of The Entertainment Industry Ever Written; It Was Followed By "Thrasher," Which Describes Young's Parallel Artistic Quest In An Extended Metaphor That Also Reflected The Album's Overall Theme -- The Inevitability Of Deterioration And The Challenge Of Overcoming It. Young Then Spent The Rest Of The Album Demonstrating That His Chief Weapons Against Rusting Were His Imagination And His Daring, Creating An Archetypal Album That Encapsulated His Many Styles On A Single Disc With Great Songs -- In Particular The Remarkable "Powderfinger" -- Unlike Any He Had Written Before.” William Ruhlmann, AMG. more
Rust Never Sleeps-Live At The L.A. Forum
Used - LP - SX-TT 979
1978 2LP "Live" Recording. VG+/VG+ more
Sample And Hold
Used - 12 - 20105
Rare 1982 Picture Sleeve 45rpm 12 Inch. Shrink Wrap Intact. more
Silver & Gold
New - CD - 47742
HDCD Limited Edition Card Cover With Giant 20 x 30 Art Poster - Already Out Of Print - Special Price! Regularly $27. more
Silver & Gold
New - LP - 47305
Sealed 2000 Original German Only Pressing. more
Silver & Gold
Used - LP - REP 47305
2000 German Original Pressing With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Silver & Gold
New Import - 9362-47305-1
Sealed, latest reissue of the rare 2000 release. No hype sticker on shrink. "Silver & Gold went through a number of incarnations before it was finally released in the spring of 2000. The endless delays raised hopes for the album, as did superstition -- dedicated Neil Young fans believed he was creatively reborn at the end of each decade. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, Rust Never Sleeps, and Freedom added credence to this theory, but those records were knocked out quickly, appearing a year after their predecessors. In contrast, Silver & Gold appeared four years after Broken Arrow. During those four years, all sorts of projects were in the works for Young, including a 1999 reunion with Crosby, Stills & Nash. His three songs on their comeback Looking Forward were pleasant acoustic numbers that often seemed a little slight. It was easy to assume that Young was saving the real treasures for his solo record, but Silver & Gold doesn't confirm that theory. Instead, it's a continuation of his Looking Forward contributions, performed with the warm, amiable ramble of Harvest Moon. A pleasant sound, to be sure, but not exactly what Young followers were expecting. They also may be a little dismayed to realize that two of its best songs, "Silver & Gold" and "Razor Love," date from 1982 and 1987, respectively, suggesting that Neil may not be at the top of his game. Still, there are no truly bad songs here, although the light-hearted, light-headed reminiscence "Buffalo Springfield Again" treads close to the borderline. It's a low-key, charming, comfortable record, which is hardly a bad thing at all -- it just doesn't quite live up to the abnormally high expectations. Fortunately, those expectations fade upon repeated plays, and Silver & Gold reveals itself as a nice Neil Young record. Nothing particularly special, but nice all the same." All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine more
Sleeps With Angels
New - LP - 45749
Sealed 1994 2LP German Import With Lyric Insert. more
Sleeps With Angels
New - LP - 45749
Sealed 1994 2LP Original With Custom "Change Your Mind" Hype Sticker On Shrink Wrap And Lyric Insert. Pristine Copy. more
Sleeps With Angels
Used - LP - 45749
Beautiful 1994 2LP Original Still In Shrink Wrap With Custom Album Hype Sticker. Includes Lyric Insert. This Is The Hard To Find US Pressing. Both Records Appear Glossy, Unplayed. Split On Top Seam, Hence Greatly Reduced Price. more
Stars 'n Bars
New - LP - 551992-1
Sealed 2016 Remastered From Original Analog Tapes, Hype Sticker. more
Storytone
Used - LP - 546105-1
2014 Deluxe 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Appears Unplayed. Features 10 New Compositions. The First LP Has Young Performing Some Tracks With A 92-Piece Orchestra And Choir, Others With A 60-Piece Orchestra And Three With A Big Band. The Second LP Contains Young's Solo Versions Of The Same 10 Tracks. “Storytone Sometimes Plays Like A Hybrid Of Harvest At Its Most Florid And The Bloozy Swagger Of This Note's For You -- A Curious Combination That Doesn't Seem Quite As Extreme On The Album's Second Disc, Which Houses Nothing But Solo Renditions Of The Record's Ten Tunes, But The Very Fact That There's A Reverse Image Of The Album Strengthens The Impression That Young Isn't Much In The Mood To Keep Things Simple. Which Is Odd, Because All The Original Songs Here Are Relatively Simple, Built To Withstand Simple Arrangements -- They Sound Fine When Young Supports Himself With No More Than A Guitar, Piano, Or Ukulele -- And They Don't Buckle Underneath The Weight Of An Orchestra. Versatile They May Be, But They're United By Young's Aching Sincerity. He's Earnest Whether He's Taking A Stance Against Fracking, Romanticizing His Old Car, Or Singing About New Love With The Dewiness Of A Teenager. The Open-Heartedness Is Sweet If Somewhat Adolescent, A Feeling Not Helped By The Preponderance Of 2014 Headlines About Young's Love Life, But Even Without That Tabloid Gunk, Songs Like "Glimmer" Have An Optimism That Sounds Just A Shade Disarming Coming From A Former Cynic Facing 70. But That's One Of The Glorious Things About Neil Young: He Surprises And By Delivering This Big, Sloppy Valentine To Everything He Is And Everything He Loves, He's Not Being Neat But He Is True To Himself.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG more
Storytone
New - LP - 546105
Sealed 2014 Deluxe 180gm 2LP Gatefold Original With Custom Hype Sticker On Shrink. Features 10 New Compositions. The First LP Has Young Performing Some Tracks With A 92-Piece Orchestra And Choir, Others With A 60-Piece Orchestra And Three With A Big Band. The Second LP Contains Young's Solo Versions Of The Same 10 Tracks. “Storytone Sometimes Plays Like A Hybrid Of Harvest At Its Most Florid And The Bloozy Swagger Of This Note's For You -- A Curious Combination That Doesn't Seem Quite As Extreme On The Album's Second Disc, Which Houses Nothing But Solo Renditions Of The Record's Ten Tunes, But The Very Fact That There's A Reverse Image Of The Album Strengthens The Impression That Young Isn't Much In The Mood To Keep Things Simple. Which Is Odd, Because All The Original Songs Here Are Relatively Simple, Built To Withstand Simple Arrangements -- They Sound Fine When Young Supports Himself With No More Than A Guitar, Piano, Or Ukulele -- And They Don't Buckle Underneath The Weight Of An Orchestra. Versatile They May Be, But They're United By Young's Aching Sincerity. He's Earnest Whether He's Taking A Stance Against Fracking, Romanticizing His Old Car, Or Singing About New Love With The Dewiness Of A Teenager. The Open-Heartedness Is Sweet If Somewhat Adolescent, A Feeling Not Helped By The Preponderance Of 2014 Headlines About Young's Love Life, But Even Without That Tabloid Gunk, Songs Like "Glimmer" Have An Optimism That Sounds Just A Shade Disarming Coming From A Former Cynic Facing 70. But That's One Of The Glorious Things About Neil Young: He Surprises And By Delivering This Big, Sloppy Valentine To Everything He Is And Everything He Loves, He's Not Being Neat But He Is True To Himself.” – S.T. Erlewine, AMG more
Sugar Mountain: Live At Canterbury House 1968
Audiophile - LP - 512563
Sealed 2009 Limited Edition 2LP 200gm Gatefold Vinyl. Pressed In Japan, Limited To 3500. Recorded Live At Canterbury House In 1968, Another Singular Installment In The Continuing Neil Young Archives Performance Series. One Of The Greatest Singer-Songwriters In Rock History Is Heard Solo And Acoustic At The Height Of One Of The Most Tumultuous And Creative Periods Ever Experienced In Both Music And Culture. more
Sugar Mountain: Live At Canterbury House 1968
Audiophile - LP - 512563
Sealed 180gm 2LP Gatefold Pressed At Pallas In Germany. Recorded Live At Canterbury House In 1968, Another Singular Installment In The Continuing Neil Young Archives Performance Series. One Of The Greatest Singer-Songwriters In Rock History Is Heard Solo And Acoustic At The Height Of One Of The Most Tumultuous And Creative Periods Ever Experienced In Both Music And Culture. more
Sugar Mountain: Live At Canterbury House 1968
New - LP - 512563
Sealed 2009 Limited Edition 2LP 200gm Gatefold Original. Two Small Center Top Seam Splits, Hence Crazy Price. Pressed In Japan, Limited To 3500. Recorded Live At Canterbury House In 1968, Another Singular Installment In The Continuing Neil Young Archives Performance Series. One Of The Greatest Singer-Songwriters In Rock History Is Heard Solo And Acoustic At The Height Of One Of The Most Tumultuous And Creative Periods Ever Experienced In Both Music And Culture. more
Sugar Mountain: Live At Canterbury House 1968
Used - LP - 512563
2009 Limited Edition 200gm 2LP Gatefold. Limited To 3500 Copies. Both LPs Appear Unplayed. Recorded Live At Canterbury House In 1968, Another Singular Installment In The Continuing Neil Young Archives Performance Series. One Of The Greatest Singer-Songwriters In Rock History Is Heard Solo And Acoustic At The Height Of One Of The Most Tumultuous And Creative Periods Ever Experienced In Both Music And Culture. more
The Last Album
Used - LP - TAKRL 1917
Rare Live LP With Front And Rear Cover Art. more
The Needle And The Damage Done (Live Version)
Used - 7 - W0191
1993 Live 45rpm 7" Picture Sleeve Single. B/W "You And Me." Track One Taken From The Album "Unplugged," Track Two From "Harvest Moon." MTV Networks. Appears Unplayed. more
This Note's For You
New - LP - 25719-1
Sealed 2018 Reissue. Remastered From The Original Analog Tapes For The Neil Young Archives Official Release Series. Marker Line Through Barcode On Back. more
Time Fades Away
Used - LP - MS 2151
Stunning White Label Promo W / Giant Insert more
Time Fades Away
New - LP - MS 2151
Factory Sealed 1973 Steamboat Label Original (MS Catalog Number) With Giant Fold-Open Lyric Sheet. Pristine Copy Without A Saw Cut. “Anyone Who Has Followed Neil Young's Career Knows Enough Not To Expect A Simple Evening Of Mellow Good Times When They See Him In Concert, But In 1973, When Young Hit The Road After Harvest Had Confirmed His Status As A First-Echelon Rock Star, That Knowledge Wasn't Nearly As Common As It Is Today. Young's Natural Inclinations To Travel Against The Current Of Audience Expectations Were Amplified By A Stormy Relationship Between Himself And His Touring Band, As Well As The Devastating Death Of Guitarist Danny Whitten, Who Died Of A Drug Overdose Shortly After Being Given His Pink Slip During The First Phase Of Tour Rehearsals. The Shows That Followed Turned Into A Nightly Exorcism Of Young's Rage And Guilt, As Well As A Battle Between Himself And An Audience Who, Expecting To Hear "Old Man" And "Heart Of Gold," Didn't Know What To Make Of The Electric Assault They Witnessed. All The More Remarkably, Young Brought Along A Mobile Recording Truck To Capture The Tour On Tape For A Live Album And The Result, Time Fades Away, Was A Ragged Musical Parade Of Bad Karma And Road Craziness.If The Performances Are Often Loose And Ragged, They're Also Brimming With Emotional Force, And Despite The Dashed Hopes Of "Yonder Stands The Sinner" And "Last Dance," "Don't Be Denied" Is A Moving Remembrance Of Young's Childhood And What Music Has Meant To Him, And It's One Of The Most Powerful Performances Young Ever Committed To Vinyl. Few Rockers Have Been As Willing As Young To Lay Themselves Bare Before Their Audience, And Time Fades Away Ranks With The Bravest And Most Painfully Honest Albums Of His Career — Like The Tequila Young Was Drinking On That Tour, It Isn't For Everyone, But You May Be Surprised By Its Powerful Effects.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Time Fades Away
Used - LP - MS 2151
Beautiful 1973 Steamboat Label Original ("Stereo" On Bottom Of Label) With Giant Fold-Open Lyric Sheet. Never Officially Released On CD. “Anyone Who Has Followed Neil Young's Career Knows Enough Not To Expect A Simple Evening Of Mellow Good Times When They See Him In Concert, But In 1973, When Young Hit The Road After Harvest Had Confirmed His Status As A First-Echelon Rock Star, That Knowledge Wasn't Nearly As Common As It Is Today. Young's Natural Inclinations To Travel Against The Current Of Audience Expectations Were Amplified By A Stormy Relationship Between Himself And His Touring Band, As Well As The Devastating Death Of Guitarist Danny Whitten, Who Died Of A Drug Overdose Shortly After Being Given His Pink Slip During The First Phase Of Tour Rehearsals. The Shows That Followed Turned Into A Nightly Exorcism Of Young's Rage And Guilt, As Well As A Battle Between Himself And An Audience Who, Expecting To Hear "Old Man" And "Heart Of Gold," Didn't Know What To Make Of The Electric Assault They Witnessed. All The More Remarkably, Young Brought Along A Mobile Recording Truck To Capture The Tour On Tape For A Live Album And The Result, Time Fades Away, Was A Ragged Musical Parade Of Bad Karma And Road Craziness.If The Performances Are Often Loose And Ragged, They're Also Brimming With Emotional Force, And Despite The Dashed Hopes Of "Yonder Stands The Sinner" And "Last Dance," "Don't Be Denied" Is A Moving Remembrance Of Young's Childhood And What Music Has Meant To Him, And It's One Of The Most Powerful Performances Young Ever Committed To Vinyl. Few Rockers Have Been As Willing As Young To Lay Themselves Bare Before Their Audience, And Time Fades Away Ranks With The Bravest And Most Painfully Honest Albums Of His Career — Like The Tequila Young Was Drinking On That Tour, It Isn't For Everyone, But You May Be Surprised By Its Powerful Effects.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Time Fades Away
New - LP - MS 2151
Sealed 1973 Steamboat Label Original With Huge Fold Out Lyric Sheet. Saw Cut. more
Time Fades Away
Used - LP - 25955
German Reissue In Glossy, Unplayed Condition. more
Time Fades Away
Used - LP - K 54010
1973 UK Steamboat Label Original (Kinney Pressing) With A1/B2 Stampers. Cut Corner. Includes The Giant Lyrics Poster. Appears Virtually Unplayed. more
Time Fades Away
Used - LP - MS 2151
Beautiful 1973 US, Terre Haute Pressing On The 2nd Steamboat Label (No "Stereo" On Bottom Of Label). Comes With The Giant Fold-Open Lyric Sheet Housed In A Textured Cover. Two Gentle Corner Dings. “Anyone Who Has Followed Neil Young's Career Knows Enough Not To Expect A Simple Evening Of Mellow Good Times When They See Him In Concert, But In 1973, When Young Hit The Road After Harvest Had Confirmed His Status As A First-Echelon Rock Star, That Knowledge Wasn't Nearly As Common As It Is Today. Young's Natural Inclinations To Travel Against The Current Of Audience Expectations Were Amplified By A Stormy Relationship Between Himself And His Touring Band, As Well As The Devastating Death Of Guitarist Danny Whitten, Who Died Of A Drug Overdose Shortly After Being Given His Pink Slip During The First Phase Of Tour Rehearsals. The Shows That Followed Turned Into A Nightly Exorcism Of Young's Rage And Guilt, As Well As A Battle Between Himself And An Audience Who, Expecting To Hear "Old Man" And "Heart Of Gold," Didn't Know What To Make Of The Electric Assault They Witnessed. All The More Remarkably, Young Brought Along A Mobile Recording Truck To Capture The Tour On Tape For A Live Album And The Result, Time Fades Away, Was A Ragged Musical Parade Of Bad Karma And Road Craziness.If The Performances Are Often Loose And Ragged, They're Also Brimming With Emotional Force, And Despite The Dashed Hopes Of "Yonder Stands The Sinner" And "Last Dance," "Don't Be Denied" Is A Moving Remembrance Of Young's Childhood And What Music Has Meant To Him, And It's One Of The Most Powerful Performances Young Ever Committed To Vinyl. Few Rockers Have Been As Willing As Young To Lay Themselves Bare Before Their Audience, And Time Fades Away Ranks With The Bravest And Most Painfully Honest Albums Of His Career — Like The Tequila Young Was Drinking On That Tour, It Isn't For Everyone, But You May Be Surprised By Its Powerful Effects.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Time Fades Away
Used - LP - MS 2151
Beautiful 1973 US Original Steamboat. Santa Maria Press With "Stereo" On Bottom Of Label). Corner Crease. Comes With The Giant Fold-Open Lyric Sheet Housed In A Textured Cover. “Anyone Who Has Followed Neil Young's Career Knows Enough Not To Expect A Simple Evening Of Mellow Good Times When They See Him In Concert, But In 1973, When Young Hit The Road After Harvest Had Confirmed His Status As A First-Echelon Rock Star, That Knowledge Wasn't Nearly As Common As It Is Today. Young's Natural Inclinations To Travel Against The Current Of Audience Expectations Were Amplified By A Stormy Relationship Between Himself And His Touring Band, As Well As The Devastating Death Of Guitarist Danny Whitten, Who Died Of A Drug Overdose Shortly After Being Given His Pink Slip During The First Phase Of Tour Rehearsals. The Shows That Followed Turned Into A Nightly Exorcism Of Young's Rage And Guilt, As Well As A Battle Between Himself And An Audience Who, Expecting To Hear "Old Man" And "Heart Of Gold," Didn't Know What To Make Of The Electric Assault They Witnessed. All The More Remarkably, Young Brought Along A Mobile Recording Truck To Capture The Tour On Tape For A Live Album And The Result, Time Fades Away, Was A Ragged Musical Parade Of Bad Karma And Road Craziness.If The Performances Are Often Loose And Ragged, They're Also Brimming With Emotional Force, And Despite The Dashed Hopes Of "Yonder Stands The Sinner" And "Last Dance," "Don't Be Denied" Is A Moving Remembrance Of Young's Childhood And What Music Has Meant To Him, And It's One Of The Most Powerful Performances Young Ever Committed To Vinyl. Few Rockers Have Been As Willing As Young To Lay Themselves Bare Before Their Audience, And Time Fades Away Ranks With The Bravest And Most Painfully Honest Albums Of His Career — Like The Tequila Young Was Drinking On That Tour, It Isn't For Everyone, But You May Be Surprised By Its Powerful Effects.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Time Fades Away
New - LP - MS 2151
Factory Sealed 1973 Steamboat Label Original (MS Catalog Number) With Giant Fold-Open Lyric Sheet. Cut Out Hole. “Anyone Who Has Followed Neil Young's Career Knows Enough Not To Expect A Simple Evening Of Mellow Good Times When They See Him In Concert, But In 1973, When Young Hit The Road After Harvest Had Confirmed His Status As A First-Echelon Rock Star, That Knowledge Wasn't Nearly As Common As It Is Today. Young's Natural Inclinations To Travel Against The Current Of Audience Expectations Were Amplified By A Stormy Relationship Between Himself And His Touring Band, As Well As The Devastating Death Of Guitarist Danny Whitten, Who Died Of A Drug Overdose Shortly After Being Given His Pink Slip During The First Phase Of Tour Rehearsals. The Shows That Followed Turned Into A Nightly Exorcism Of Young's Rage And Guilt, As Well As A Battle Between Himself And An Audience Who, Expecting To Hear "Old Man" And "Heart Of Gold," Didn't Know What To Make Of The Electric Assault They Witnessed. All The More Remarkably, Young Brought Along A Mobile Recording Truck To Capture The Tour On Tape For A Live Album And The Result, Time Fades Away, Was A Ragged Musical Parade Of Bad Karma And Road Craziness.If The Performances Are Often Loose And Ragged, They're Also Brimming With Emotional Force, And Despite The Dashed Hopes Of "Yonder Stands The Sinner" And "Last Dance," "Don't Be Denied" Is A Moving Remembrance Of Young's Childhood And What Music Has Meant To Him, And It's One Of The Most Powerful Performances Young Ever Committed To Vinyl. Few Rockers Have Been As Willing As Young To Lay Themselves Bare Before Their Audience, And Time Fades Away Ranks With The Bravest And Most Painfully Honest Albums Of His Career — Like The Tequila Young Was Drinking On That Tour, It Isn't For Everyone, But You May Be Surprised By Its Powerful Effects.” Mark Deming, AMG. more
Time Fades Away
Used - LP - MS 2151
1973 White Label Promo With Huge Newsprint Insert And Pink Promo Sticker On Front Cover. LP Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Time Fades Away
New - LP - MS 2151
Factory Sealed 1973 Steamboat Label Original (MS Catalog Number) With Giant Fold-Open Lyric Sheet. Unable To Confirm Exact Pressing. Clean Cut Out Hole. Light Creasing Near Mouth Caused By Tight Shrink Hence Discount Price. “Anyone Who Has Followed Neil Young's Career Knows Enough Not To Expect A Simple Evening Of Mellow Good Times When They See Him In Concert, But In 1973, When Young Hit The Road After Harvest Had Confirmed His Status As A First-Echelon Rock Star, That Knowledge Wasn't Nearly As Common As It Is Today. Young's Natural Inclinations To Travel Against The Current Of Audience Expectations Were Amplified By A Stormy Relationship Between Himself And His Touring Band, As Well As The Devastating Death Of Guitarist Danny Whitten, Who Died Of A Drug Overdose Shortly After Being Given His Pink Slip During The First Phase Of Tour Rehearsals. The Shows That Followed Turned Into A Nightly Exorcism Of Young's Rage And Guilt, As Well As A Battle Between Himself And An Audience Who, Expecting To Hear "Old Man" And "Heart Of Gold," Didn't Know What To Make Of The Electric Assault They Witnessed. All The More Remarkably, Young Brought Along A Mobile Recording Truck To Capture The Tour On Tape For A Live Album And The Result, Time Fades Away, Was A Ragged Musical Parade Of Bad Karma And Road Craziness.If The Performances Are Often Loose And Ragged, They're Also Brimming With Emotional Force, And Despite The Dashed Hopes Of "Yonder Stands The Sinner" And "Last Dance," "Don't Be Denied" Is A Moving Remembrance Of Young's Childhood And What Music Has Meant To Him, And It's One Of The Most Powerful Performances Young Ever Committed To Vinyl. Few Rockers Have Been As Willing As Young To Lay Themselves Bare Before Their Audience, And Time Fades Away Ranks With The Bravest And Most Painfully Honest Albums Of His Career — Like The Tequila Young Was Drinking On That Tour, It Isn't For Everyone, But You May Be Surprised By Its Powerful Effects.” AMG - Mark Deming more
Time Fades Away
New - LP - 2151
Sealed 2016 Reissue. Part Of The Neil Young Archives Official Release Series. more
Tonight's The Night
New - LP - 1-2221
Sealed, latest run of the 2015 Gatefold Remastered Reissue. more
Tonight's The Night
New - LP - 1-2221
Sealed 2015 Gatefold Remastered Reissue. more
Tonight's The Night
Used - LP - MS 2221
Later Gatefold Issue (Glossy Cover, Brown Steamboat Labels, No Bar Code On Back) Of 1975 Landmark 5 Star Album. Cover Shows Some Wear. more
Tonight's The Night
New - LP - MS 2221
Sealed, Roughly Textured Gatefold Original. No Cut-Out Holes, Dents Or Seam Splits. A Truly Five Star Album Recorded In 1973 Shortly After The Heroin Deaths Of His Roadie Bruce Berry And Crazy Horse Guitarist Danny Whitten. more
Tonight's The Night
Used - LP - MS 2221
Beautiful And Rare 1975 Black & Silver Label Original. Roughly Textured Gatefold Cover. "Hello Waterface" & "Goodbye Waterface" Inscribed In Dead Wax. Custom Printed Inner Sleeve. Minor Edge Wear On Original Blotter Paper Cover. more
Tonight's The Night
New - LP - MS 2221
Sealed Gatefold Reissue With UPC Code On Rear Jacket. more
Tonight's The Night
Used - LP - MS 2221
Rare, Near Mint 1975 Black & Silver Promotional Label. Roughly Textured Gatefold Cover. "Hello Waterface" & "Goodbye Waterface" Inscribed In Dead Wax. These Are Very Hard To Find Wthout Damage To The Gatefold. more
Tonight's The Night
New - LP - MS 2221
Sealed 1980s Gatefold Reissue With Bar Code On Back Cover. Pristine Copy. more
Tonight's The Night
Used - LP - MS 2221
From The Collection Of A Record Producer. Beautiful And Rare 1975 Black & Silver Label Original Housed In Delicate, But Roughly Textured Gatefold Cover. Includes Custom Inner Sleeve And Custom Foldout Insert. "Hello Waterface" Inscribed In Dead Wax On Side One. "Goodbye Waterface" Inscribed In Dead Wax On Side Two. These Are Very Hard To Find Without Damage To The Gatefold: This Copy Is Close To Perfect. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Tonight's The Night
Used - LP - MS 2221
Rare 1975 Black & Silver Promotional Label Housed In A Roughly Textured Gatefold Cover With A Pink Promo Sticker On The Front. Also Includes The Custom Inner Sleeve And The Rare "Hello Waterface" Poster. "Hello Waterface" & "Goodbye Waterface" Inscribed In Dead Wax. These Are Very Hard To Find Without Damage To The Gatefold. LP Appears Unplayed. more
Tonight's The Night
New - LP - MS 2221
Sealed 2016 Gatefold Reissue. more
Tonight's The Night
Used - LP - MS 2221
1975 Black & Silver Label Original. Roughly Textured Gatefold Cover. "Hello Waterface" & "Goodbye Waterface" Inscribed In Dead Wax. Custom Printed Inner Sleeve. Cover & LP Are NM, Hence Price. more
Touch The Night
Used - LP - PRO A 2541
1986 Promo Only 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. more
Touch The Night-Santa Cruz 1984
Colored Vinyl - NY 6282
Beautiful 1984 2LP Original (One Red Vinyl, One Green Vinyl). Both LPs Appear Unplayed. more
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New - LP - GHS 2018
Sealed 1982 Original. Small Saw Notch. Custom Song Hype Sticker On The Shrink Wrap Lists "Little Thing Called Love". Back Cover Has The Rare Sticker On The Shrink Wrap That States "This First Edition Pressing Of Neil Young's Trans Album Contains A Typographical Mistake. Although It Is Listed In The Line-Up On The Back Of This Record And On The Lyric Inner Sleeve, The Song "If You Got Love" Is Not On The Record Itself. GHS 2018". more
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Audiophile - LP - GHS 2018
1982 Quiex II Pressing. Gold Promo Stamp And Quiex Sticker On Cover. more
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Used - LP - GHS 2018
1982 Original, Pressed At Sheffield Matrix Lab With Custom Inner Sleeve And Shrink Wrap Intact. Although It Is Listed In The Line-Up On The Back Of This Record And On The Lyric Inner Sleeve, The Song "If You Got Love" Is Not On The Record Itself. Saw Cut. more
Unplugged
New - LP - 9362 45310
New, Unplayed 1993 German Only Vinyl Rarity With Custom Inner Sleeve. First Copy We Have Seen In Nine Years. more
Weight Of The World
Used - LP - PRO-A-2528
1986 Promo Label 12 Inch Picture Sleeve. more
Weld
New - LP - 26671
First Copy We Have Seen Of This Extremely Hard To Find 1991 German Only 2LP Gatefold Original. New, Unplayed Copy Pressed At Alsdorf. more
Who's Gonna Stand Up?
New - LP - 54642
Sealed, Out Of Print, Very Limited 2014 180gm Picture Sleeve 4 Track 12 Inch. A Collection Of All Four Versions Of The Song Including Two Exclusive Renditions That Are Not From The Studio Album. Front Cover Photo Appears To Show What's Left Of The Amazon Rain Forest. more
Young Man's Fancy
Used - LP - YMF 1
Rare 2LP Live Recording Taken From An Audience Tape Recorded At The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion LA Music Center, Los Angeles, CA On 1st February 1971. Both Discs Appear Unplayed. more
Young Man's Fancy
New - LP - ?
Sealed 2LP "Live" Recording Taken From An Audience Tape Recorded At The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion LA Music Center, Los Angeles, CA On 1st February 1971. more
Young Man's Fancy
Used - LP - 85-60-CLN
Rare 2LP Live Recording Taken From An Audience Tape Recorded At The Dorothy Chandler Pavilion LA Music Center, Los Angeles, CA On 1st February 1971. Both Discs Appear Unplayed. more
Zuma
New - LP - MS 2242
Sealed, Non Textured Jacket 2nd Label. No Bar Code On Cover. more
Zuma
New - LP - MS 2242
Sealed 1975 Textured Jacket Original. more
Zuma
Used - LP - P 10090R
1976 Japanese Pressing With Obi In Textured Cover. Beautiful Copy. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Zuma
Used - LP - MS 2242
1975 Test Pressing In White Jacket With Info Sheet. more
Zuma
New - LP - 7599 27226
New, Unplayed German Reissue Housed In A Textured With Custom Inner Sleeve. more
Zuma
Used - LP - MS 2242
1975 Textured Jacket Steamboat Label Original With Custom Inner Sleeve And Rare Lyric Sheet. 1A/1B Stampers. This Version Of Cortez The Killer Will Allow You To Appreciate Your Hifi. Minor Cover Wear. Appears Unplayed. more
Zuma
New - LP - MS 2242
Sealed Heavy Vinyl 2nd Issue (Non-Textured Jacket) Small Saw Cut. more
Zuma
Used - LP - MS 2242
Beautiful Non-Textured Cover Issue With Steamboat Labels. No Bar Code On Back. Vinyl Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more
Zuma
Used - LP - MS 2242
Beautiful 1975 Promo Label With 1A/1B Stampers Housed In A Promo-Stickered, Textured Jacket. more
Zuma
New - LP - MS 2242
Factory Sealed 1975 Original Housed In A Textured Jacket With Clean Cut Out Hole. Possibly A Promo Label. more

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