Rare 1969 Radio Interview with Neil Young
A rather fascinating -- and quite rare -- radio interview with Neil Young broadcast on Feb. 11, 1969 from CBC Archives:
When Canadian musician Neil Young drove his second-hand hearse down to Los Angeles in 1966, he was bent on success as a solo artist. Almost three years later, after taking a career detour with the band Buffalo Springfield, Young is back on the road to fame in his own name. In this illuminating 1969 interview with CBC Radio's Robert Fulford, Young discusses the bitter end of Buffalo Springfield, the 'dirty' music industry in L.A., groupies and his recording process as a solo musician.
More on the old folky days and Buffalo Springfield.