Neil Young : The Rolling Stones File
Continuing the essential series on rock's hottest names from rock's hottest magazine, Neil Young: The Rolling Stone Files features in-depth interviews, narrative pieces, album reviews, news stories, trivia snippets, performance critiques - everything Neil Young fans long to know and everything Rolling Stone has to offer. Neil Young's music is about the "ability to survive and continue and grow and get higher than you were before, not just maintain, not just feel well. Not just 'I'm still alive at forty-five,'" as he once told Rolling Stone. Throughout his thirty-year career, Young's music has defied categorization. Veering from confessional singer-songwriter to out-of-control rocker, Young has stretched the limits and taken risks to produce a compelling body of work that will continue to speak to generations.Unmatched in Depth and information, this compendium covers Young's career from the third issue of Rolling Stone in December 1967 to the present, including such landmark pieces as the artist's first-ever extensive interviews, with Cameron Crowe in 1975 and again in 1979. Here, also, are critiques of Neil Young's solo work and his recordings with Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, and Crazy Horse, as well as news stories, features, Random Notes, performance reviews and candid interviews in the Eighties and Nineties. With the collaboration of Rolling Stone Press editor Holly George-Warren, who provides the Introduction, and a myriad of the magazine's top journalists writing over a period of twenty-five-plus years, Neil Young: The Rolling Stone Files offers the reader a much broader perspective than that of a traditional biography.
- 149.86 x 233.68 x 15.24mm | 430.91g
- 01 Nov 1994
- Hyperion Books
- United States