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  1. Imagine you walk into a bar Like A Hurricane by Neil Young is playing on the jukebox. You sit on a stool at the bar and order a beer. Next to you sits Neil Young and he’s in talkative mode. For the next few hours he tells you the story of his life, it’s not linear just a meandering stroll down his memory’s lane. Growing up in Canada, his relationship with his father, the writer Scott Young. His love of music and the great musicians he’s met and played with. His wife Pegi, his children, his cars and his new project to bring the true sound of music to the MP3 format. Neil Young is a one off. He walks his own line creates the music that feels right to him at the time. Even when his record company sued him for making “unrepresentative albums” of Neil Young’s music he carried on changing direction as the muse directed him. I’m a fan of his music but I’m not too sure if I’d get on with Mr Young but this book really makes you feel like you are sitting chatting with him. This isn’t a polished piece of literature it’s a small window into the mind of one of the great creative forces in modern music.
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