Official Audio for Neil Young performing "Crime In The City" from the upcoming release 'Bluenote Cafe" From the Archives Performance series available November 13th. Pre-Order now.

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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Thank You Very Much for Supporting Thrasher's Wheat Over the Years!!! We Love You All

We've been thrilled to share the love and give away Neil Young concert tickets, books, posters, magazines and all sorts of other stuff. But the best of all is sharing what we call Neil Stories -- those which "emotionally resonate" with us all and make it such a joy to be part of the community of global rust.

Truly one the greatest highlights in the 18 years of Thrasher's Wheat existence was -- without a shred of doubt -- was taking Thrasher's Wheat Radio on to Europe in 2012 for the Neil Young & Crazy Horse Alchemy Tour. But there have been many others as well, such as the pilgrimage to the Annual Bridge School concerts -- as we did this year.

As you may recall, last year, we had Some Good News and Not So Good News. Essentially, Thrasher's Wheat last it's advertising partnership and the source of the majority of funding for running the Thrasher's Wheat blog. And things continue to get tougher and tougher on independent media and bloggers as Facebook suspended our account earlier this year.

But we harvest on here at Thrasher's Wheat undeterred because we have a job to do. So we formally invite you to join us in this venture: Support our blog, engage with us, and make your participation and support a reality. Find a level that suits you and slip into the groove.

Kloe and Lilly - The Road RasCals Riding for The Bridge Kids

So Why Bother To Support Neil Young News on TW?

Our goal is simple: we create the best Neil Young blog we possibly can, refrain from contaminating it with nasty, evil corporate advertising, and then ask you to donate to us what you think it's worth. So far it seems to be working out sort of. We're not likely to break even on bandwidth and storage expenses (much less donated labor) this way, but that's not our goal.

Rusties After The Show

Here at TW we're not just non-commercial. We're anti-commercial. We feel that quality blogs and corporate advertising just cannot co-exist. We also choose to refrain from forcibly extracting money from you by charging subscription fees. We want to extend our sincere thanks to everyone who has contributed so generously over the past few years. We quite literally couldn't do it without you.

And, as always, we understand that contributing money is just not an option for some of you. That's fine. All posts, feeds and services at TW are open to everyone, and we will do everything in our power to keep it that way.

We’ve helped influence decisions on release formats and availability, we think, through our writing and your activism in response to it. We’ve exposed the hypocrisy of professional music critics and tried to speak out against the madness, fear and greed. All the while trying to find some hope in the future and have a little fun along the way!

But the basic underpinnings of our financial model haven’t changed: we’re often only one blog post away from pulling the plugs at any given moment.

So, here's how you can help.

We need ask for your financial support, at least at the most basic level of *just* $3 per year. Only $3 per year.

At less one penny a day, it’s less than your daily newspaper, cable television, subscription package or internet service. Less than a 6-pack of decent beer, even?! And you very well know the high quality of independent blogging, informed opinion, thoughtful commentary, wonderful and bizarre reader comments and warped humor you get here for that minimal contribution. Is there any other blog you read anywhere that provides you this much fun?

Donations are the only model we can see as we look ahead at the media landscape that faces us. Without a corporate sell-out (that would limit our independence) and without a mega patron (ahem... who would likely impose opinions and views while probably also staking out No-Go areas of speech) we simply cannot continue onwards toward the New Media Paradigm we’ve become. In addition to this blog, we also have Twitter and Facebook stream feeds, as well as an email list all requiring daily maintenance.

As the people-powered, irreverent blog that Thrasher's Wheat is, we can only remain this way with your help. Your support will let us continue to do what Thrasher's Wheat tries to do as well as possible. Won’t you please donate now? (securely, safely, privately)

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You have proven that Thrasher's Wheat matters to you, and that you support our mission: to bring free Neil Young knowledge to the planet, free of charge and as free as possible of advertising. You've helped make and keep Thrasher's Wheat available for the whole world. If you find this site helpful as a reference or news source, please help us continue to help all Neil Young fans. Hopefully, this will continue to work to help defray the costs of running Thrasher's Wheat. Any excess funds generated above and beyond operating expenses will be donated to The Bridge School.


Pulling the plug on TW simply cannot happen. After all, we've been implored to "Keep on bloggin' til the power goes out."

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Just spreading the word about Thrasher's Wheat is a huge help. If you have friends that you think might enjoy TW - please take a moment to drop them a note. Postings about TW on appropriate web forums are also a great way to spread the word. As a matter of fact, we have folks using our Thrasher's Wheat logo on their blogs!

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In response to our semi-irregular begging fund-raising effort we also received some nice notes from our beloved readership. And -- as we are fond of saying in these tough times -- it is your words which really keep us going with our little Neil Young blog thing.

As some have suggested, "if there is a more balanced, fact based, deeply analytic, independent and proven insightful Neil blog, or voice than TW, better serving the relevant niche, than this one, we would like to see it. Whether you love or hate Neil, this blog is incredibly valuable for its depth and consistency of analysis."

We need your support as independent journalistic voices in the mass media milieu. Make no mistake, your support of all of our work here helps establish all of us as protected and respected bloggera, and we are thankful for the same.

If you are reading this, you either know, or should know, precisely what level of outstanding blogging that goes down daily here on TW.

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So who is TW? We're a teeny, tiny non-profit that runs a popular Neil Young fan blog. We have only 1.5 staff but serve 1,000's & 1,000's, and we have costs like any other web sites: servers, power, programs, and ancillary costs. Folks think TW is special. We like that we're NOT behind a pay firewall but out in the open -- in public view --as it should be. Love all, serve all, as they say. It is like a temple for the mind, a place we can all go to think and learn. To protect our independence, we'll never *rarely* run ads. We take no record label funds. We survive on donations averaging about $5. Now is the time we ask. If everyone reading this gave $5, our fundraiser would be done within an hour. If Thrasher's Wheat is useful to you, take one minute to keep it online and ad-free another year. Please help us forget fundraising and get back to Neil news.

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That said, this posting violates all our precepts here at TW -- it’s the time of year we do something we hate, which is asking for your support.

We hate it for two reasons:

One: many of our supporters are in dire straits economically and have no money to contribute. Even for those fortunate to have jobs and homes and food, it’s still been a tough of late. If you don’t have funds to spare, don’t even think about giving.

Two: Far more than we want people giving money, we want people taking action. That’s our first, second, and third priority -- that’s what we ask for 9 times out of 10. Videos, photos, reviews, comments. That truly supports TW.

But we’ve had so many people taking so many actions this year that this whole blog continues to grow -- those less crazy than those early days of the 21st century. It’s completely great. And it means we need the resources to coordinate it all, to make it more than the sum of its parts.

So today, we’re asking you to chip in what you can. So, if you can

These periodic blog fund-raisers, play a vital role in supporting the work we do here. Reader support in all its forms really is central to the work we do here, and it’s very appreciated, gratifying, and helpful.

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The most vital attribute of our work, by far, is full-scale independence — the ability to write on any topics of importance free of concerns about offending potential advertisers or fear of other forms of implications — and it’s reader support that makes that possible. This model ensures that we have only one constituency that matters — our readers — and that, in turn, means we need only be concerned with producing work that is as informative, as consequential and, most of all, as honest as possible. Neil has always been faithful to his word in honoring our unfettered editorial independence while publishing this blog, which is one reason it’s been a great platform for our work, but it is reader support that permits us to spend a portion of our time voluntarily writing here every day and doing the work we think will do the most good without any fears or constraints.

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There is widespread and always-growing concern about the inability of blogging endeavors to find a sustainable financial model, particularly with the ever expanding Internet. But we think the Internet has highlighted one of the best ways to enable independent blogging: through reader support. This is not a brand new approach, nor is it one confined to smaller outlets. But for us, this is the model that permits us to engage in the optimal form of independent blogging and generally maintain independence.

Those wishing to participate can do so via Paypal by clicking the button above.

As always, we genuinely appreciate all forms of reader involvement here; the communal nature of Internet writing is one of its most valuable characteristics, and an active, vibrant, supportive readership has been crucial to blogging the Neil scene since 1996 (and on a daily basis since 2003) in so many ways.

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Words, such as these, by the oh-so delightfully handled ShittyHorse:
Thrasher, what you provide to us Neil Fanatics is truly invaluable.

I visit other "Neil Sites", and Thrasher's Wheat is by far my favorite, not to diminish others, just my personal preference. You've created a strong community here, where Neil fans can talk everything Neil- from news and events to albums, songs, concerts, personal experiences and feelings, band members and other musicians, but most of all you give us a place to gather, to show our numbers, and be with others who truly understand why Neil's music touches us in such a profound and meaningful way.

I think it's safe to say that we all, even the most critical fans, appreciate the hard work and dedication that you and Thrashette put into this site. Times are tough, which is why your site and others like it become more and more important- it provides a much needed escape at times, entertainment, information and always puts a smile on my face. Even Neil Young himself has recognized the importance of Thrasher's Wheat.

You are part of Neil history and, in turn, Rock n' Roll History.

From here on I'd say any definitive book written on Neil's life and career would be lacking if missing a Thrasher's Wheat reference- you've been a liaison between the fans and the man himself. What you do is important and appreciated. Never loose heart.

I've made a large purchase this morning on Amazon through this site, as I always try to do, which I hope helps out. Of course it is a small thing, but if all your readers did this same, one small thing I'm sure it would help out a lot.

Again, thank you for your hard work, and devotion, not only to Neil but also his fans.

Happy Holidays to you and Thrashette!
Thanks SH! We appreciate your kind words of support. Always and sincerely.

Again, thanks everyone for their contributions. But mostly thanks for all the reviews, photos, links, videos, and comments. And your kind and supportive words, especially. We truly enjoy sharing the Neil love around the world. We've been doing this on & off for 18 years on Rust/HH/RH and 15 years on TW and we'd really like to continue -- readers willing.

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So by helping us out, you'll also help out to spread the Neil love around the world. And -- maybe in some small way -- it all helps the Bridge School, Farm Aid, Musicares, and the LincVolt project. Because we all want to light a candle, make a difference, be the rain, and be the change.

Be the wheat.
peace and love,
thrasher & thrashette

"Keep on bloggin'
`Til the power goes out
The batteries dead
Twist and shout"

- "Fork In the Road"

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ps - it keeps us searchin' for the vista and the muse. We won't Be Denied!

"Love & Only Love"
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w/ Bridge Kid Colin

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Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Neil Young Launches PONO in Canada: "Canada is back"

Neil Young - Vancouver, Nov. 23, 2015
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Neil Young held a press conference in Vancouver, B.C., on Monday November 23, 2015 for the Canadian launch of the PonoMusic service.

Young said he doesn’t care if PONO is a “gigantic, fast-moving, super-success,” his mission is simply aimed at generating a resurgence in high-quality music. "The whole mission of this is a labour of love, and we've been banging against a lot of walls with this," he said. "But we're persisting because we have something that is going to endure. Music deserves to be preserved."

Zeke Young, Neil's 43-year-old son, who also works for PonoMusic, said he sees no signs that his father is slowing down as a musician, businessman or activist. "Nope," he chuckled. "He just doesn't stop."

The junior Young said his father's influence extends beyond his fans.

"He has a passion for trying to do better things for the planet and for families," Zeke Young said. "That's what keeps him going. And of course, music."

From The Canadian Press by Tamsyn Burgmann:
Neil Young has declared that "Canada is back" now that a Liberal government has taken charge in Ottawa.

"I'm very happy," said the 70-year-old Canadian who has lived in California for years.

The singer-songwriter was in Vancouver on Monday to debut his high-resolution audio player and online store, under the PonoMusic brand, in Canada.

Young said he's received many emails and phone calls from Canadian friends revelling in the new government of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

"Obviously people are delighted with the change that has taken place. It's very positive news."

He wished the newly minted cabinet well on the same day provincial premiers were meeting in Ottawa to discuss a national strategy on climate change, an issue he has also championed.

He said he's hopeful officials will take different action than the former Conservative government, but then said corporations have more money and power than governments.

"So really, it's up to the people to take the situation into their own hands,"
he said, explaining that consumers have buying power and can change the world through their habits.

"The politicians really don't have the power to change the world."

Young has been a long-time environmental crusader and stirred controversy last year when he used his celebrity status to amplify opposition to Alberta's oilsands.

He held a cross-country tour to get Canadians talking about First Nation treaty and environmental issues. Young later partnered with environmentalist David Suzuki and spoke out against oil pipelines.

Young reflected with optimism on Alberta's new carbon tax introduced by Premier Rachel Notley. On Sunday, Notley announced the province will also phase out coal-fired power plans and cap emissions from the oil sands.

"The carbon tax is capitalism working," Young said, heralding it as a mechanism for slowing down the release of carbon into the atmosphere.

"Anything that does that is a good thing."

The tax is also a good test for the public to see if the government has enough strength and sway to overcome the corporations he believes controls them, he added.
Of course, be sure to read the comments in the Canadian Press, as fellow Canadians bash Neil Young for having an opinion.

Funny thing is how so many of the comments make the case of "who cares what Neil thinks!" while missing the irony therein.

A somewhat typical tweet passing as deep analysis on the internets...

Little do folks like Morgan realize how this sort of ridicule actually validate Neil Young's point and diminish his critics as nothing more than petulant 10 year olds.

The anger and fear over Neil Young's positions continues to demonstrate his long held proposition of "speaking truth to power" regardless of the consequences.

As our friends might say: How could people get so unkind? Really?

More on PONO Music and tar sands and honoring the treaties.

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Mike Campbell & the Dirty Knobs Cover Neil Young's "Interstate"

Here's an interesting cover of Neil Young's "Interstate" by Mike Campbell & the Dirty Knobs in San Diego, CA on 11/19/2015.

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Monday, November 23, 2015

Comment of the Moment: "When I Watch You Sleeping"

The Comment of the Moment is on the Neil Young song "When I Watch You Sleeping" by Kimball:

Thrasher - needed to say - EVERY time I've listened to "When I Watch You Sleeping (Solo)", I've cried, hard.

Its such a pure heartfelt song from Neil, none closer to the heart, from the heart. Love, and all that has been enjoyed and regretted, in one beautiful potent song. To me, this is what its like to have Neil's music in my life, to get it and resonate deeply, to the point of giving me more life than I could possibly have experienced without his soundtracks to make life even more beautiful and real than it would have otherwise been. His music gets to me; and none deeper than "When I Watch You Sleeping (Solo)".

Best wishes to you and all the rusted masses
Thanks Kimball for the comment. The version we posted above is the full orchestra version. It was handy and we liked the song image.

If there's a better version to embed, let us know below in comments.

Speaking of smiling thru our tears, here's this weekend's Thrasher's Wheat Radio podcast. News only, Tony is not feeling well. A friend told us we hit a bad chord. Maybe so...When we blog about love and war, We don't really know what we're saying...

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Here is the archive of downloadable podcasts for the Thrashers Wheat Radio Hour. [To download, right click on link, save target as, pick destination folder: the podcast will download. Select your preferred MP3 audio player and play file.]

Nov 21, 2015 - News only, Tony is not feeling well. A friend told us we hit a bad chord. Maybe so...When we blog about love and war, We don't really know what we're saying... Thrasher's Wheat Radio Hour - 11/21/15 - Episode #158 (News only)

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Saturday, November 21, 2015

NEW BOOK: NEIL YOUNG: (after) The Gold Rush by Stefano Frollano – Fabio F. Pellegrini

NEIL YOUNG: (after) The Gold Rush
by Stefano Frollano – Fabio F. Pellegrini

A new book has been published in Italy titled NEIL YOUNG: (after) The Gold Rush by Stefano Frollano & Fabio F. Pelleg.

Arcane editions celebrates seventy years of Neil Young with a thorough study and innovative history, the poetry and the music of an artist inimitable

Seventy years after birth, Neil Young called still time. Author, singer, guitarist, activist, musician seal year after year, with the vehemence that has always distinguished, albums and concerts, charitable activities and studies on the sound, invectives against the corporations and ecological solutions.

A complete artist who Stefano Frollano and Fabio F. Pellegrini observe and study re-reading the history of American music in a journey that starts from Canada to land in California, land dreamed of as the New Heaven: so that the gold rush of 1849 is its recreation during the sixties of the last century, when dozens of musicians will leave for the "Golden State". The unspoiled nature, Native Americans, a new Promised Land become the elements where to measure themselves, transforming the Frontier from a physical to a non-place where imagination and fantasy become more boundaries to reach. The two authors attempt also to verify the interesting hypothesis of the link between the painting of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries with the work of Young, which has its roots in cultural humus. The Squires, Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, Crazy Horse and other protagonists of the Canadian singer-songwriter found space in this saga that continues to inspire new generations of musicians worldwide.

The book includes some unpublished images in Italy by Henry Diltz (book cover and others), Nurit Wilde, Ken Koblun, David Zimmer and others, By an accurate discography, a chronology of the concerts from 1961 to 1978 and an exclusive interview with Ralph Molina, the legendary drummer of Crazy Horse and with the great artist and Neil's friend, James Mazzeo.

Stefano Frollano
Guitarist, singer, songwriter and books author, he has released two CDs "SF"(2006) "Sense Of You " ( 2011) as a soloist (with Jeff Pevar and James Raymond as guest stars), and four cds with four Italian bands . He also has played guitars and vocals on a several projects of other Italian singers. He also collaborated with radio stations and music magazines in Italy such as "Jam", "Mucchio Selvaggio," "Ciao 2001", "Raro", "Satisfaction." It is one of the leading experts in the world of Neil Young and CSNY and has published books on these artists in Italy and abroad:
"Crosby, Stills, Nash and sometimes Young (2002)", "Neil Young - Discografia Illustrata" (2006); "Legends, Crosby, Stills & Nash" (2007)

Fabio F. Pellegrini
Bachelor of Arts with specialization history, he is expertise, author and musicologist. He worked at a number of radio stations (Radio Macondo, Radio Music Center, TRC).

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Friday, November 20, 2015

REVIEW: Neil Young - Bluenote Café | Everybody’s Dummy

Neil Young latest Performance Series release from the Neil Young Archives is Bluenote Café - which was released last week. The album collects various performances captured during Neil's 1988 tour.

From Everybody’s Dummy by Ward:
But as he’s proven before, it’s all one song, and hindsight has been very kind to some of his less successful experiments.

In a rare case of revisionism, the band now called Bluenote Café is celebrated with its own installment in his Performance Archive Series, and a double disc to boot. Where the album was a challenge, Bluenote Café presents two and a half hours of music in two sets, giving plenty of room for the band to stretch, and the songs to breathe.

The music comes from three stages of the Bluenotes era—a couple of shows when Crazy Horse was augmented with a horn section, a club tour with the established band on the album’s release, and then a shed tour later in the summer. In addition to most of This Note’s For You, several songs make their first album appearance, and a few other rarities help round out the picture. “Welcome To The Big Room” is something of a theme song, in a band that had several. “Don't Take Your Love Away From Me” translates well from the Shocking Pinks, “Hello Lonely Woman” is given a jolt of energy compared the pre-fame demo, and “Soul Of A Woman” is otherwise similar to the one on A Treasure but for the horns. A true highlight of the first set is “Bad News Comes To Town”, a terrific soul burner that uses the extra players as part of the dressing.
Full review at Everybody’s Dummy by Ward.

Also, see STREAM FULL ALBUM: Neil Young's Bluenote Café .

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Does Anything Else Really Matter?

"Nobody's free until everybody's free."
~~ Fannie Lou Hamer

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"It's all illusion anyway."

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This Machine Kills Fascists

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~~ Bob Marley

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(Between the lines of age)

And in the end, the love you take
Is equal to the love you make

~~ John & Paul