Category Archives: Neil Young

Why I Will Always be Thankful for the Defense Language Institute

They were the Cold War years of the mid 1970s. The California folk sounds of Neil Young and Dan Fogelberg wafted through the nightspots in Monterey. Progressive rock sounds from bands like Kansas were heard blaring from certain rooms in … Continue reading

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Neil Young and Celtic Woman

I just got two new CDs that are simply outstanding. The first is Neil Young Live at Massey Hall (2007). If you have never been to a concert in the early 1970s this is how it was, only better. Young … Continue reading

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