Neil Young just unleashed ALL of his music to anyone with access to a decent Internet connection through his expansive new online archive. The Neil Young Archives (which house some unreleased material too) feature all the tracks in high quality streams, and is set up like a filing cabinet though which listeners can thumb through all of Young’s music chronologically.
Every record he’s made (really, all of them) are available for streaming, including his latest, The Visitor. Unreleased gems like Homegrown, Freedom Live, and Chrome Dreams can also be found in the archives, alongside information on Young’s other endeavors into film, books, and more.
To access all the Young treasures, the listener has to sign in through a Facebook or Google account or by creating one through the site. All the info is free until June 30, 2018 when subscriptions will be made available at a “modest” cost.
Want to know how the system works? Check out instructional video, narrated by the man himself, below.
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