Broken Arrow Magazine: August 2011 - Win a Copy and a NYA Boxset
New Orleans, Sept. 27, 1984
Photo by Pete Haas
(Cover scan by Ian)
The latest issue of Broken Arrow Magazine, published by the Neil Young Appreciation Society just arrived and we're now finishing up reading the issue. As always a nice read -- especially as we look back while looking ahead.
And -- thanks to the generous support of NYAS and editor Scott Sandie -- we're pleased to be able to offer a copy of the latest issue of Broken Arrow Magazine to a Thrasher's Wheat reader. Details follow below.
Issue #123 (August 2011) of Broken Arrow Magazine - as usual - has some fine articles, commentary and nice photos.
This issue concentrates on the Buffalo Springfield reunion tour, the release of ‘A Treasure’ and two fascinating insider reports on the Joel Bernstein/Henry Diltz photo exhibition ‘Two Takes on Neil Young’. It’s once again packed full of photos, and there is also the bonus of a 4-page full-colour centre section consisting of several previously unseen historic photos from the 1984/85 International Harvesters Tours. These really have to be seen.
Amongst the many other articles is a surprising Spotted! of Susan Young in the 1970s and one fan’s ongoing (and expensive!) search to re-create Neil’s guitar sound. In a busy letters section find some interesting comments on last issue’s ‘London Calling’ feature and see another picture from Joe Stevens, the photographer who took the famous ‘cream pie’ photo in 1976.
And as usual, a news section edited by Guy Haslam, with lots of innarestin' items.
Neil Young Archives Vol. 1
Want to help out the Neil Young Appreciation Society? Want to win a Neil Young Archives Vol. 1 Bluray 10 disc box set?
OK, here's how and why...
In the last issue of Broken Arrow Magazine: May 2011, in the final article 'Last Dance', NYAS editor Scott Sandie and esteemed colleague (and pint consuming connoisseur) Guy Haslam issued a call for submissions to Broken Arrow from all Society membership.
So have a look at this article list below and use it as a prompt. Why not write that article that you’ve always thought about, either on one of these topics or anything else that you have in mind? Set yourself a target to write one, or at least have a go. At worst it won’t be published. At best you’ll see yourself in print in your own magazine. And earn a NYA boxset, to boot.
Drop editor Scott "Surfer Joe" Sandie an e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) to talk about it and make a proposal. They’re open to almost anything.
Act now. Seize the day. Your society needs you!
Potential article topics listed here.
The deadline for article submissions has been extended indefinitely. So you have plenty of time to do your Neil research, polish it up, and send it in.
This is the first volume of the Neil Young Archives series of box sets, produced by Neil Young himself. This series is the definitive, comprehensive, chronological survey of his entire body of work. Volume I covers the period from his earliest recordings with the Squires in Winnipeg, 1963, through to his classic 1972 album, Harvest and beyond, including studio and live tracks with the legendary Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and Neil Young with Crazy Horse. This Blu Ray disc edition contains 10 discs, each in its own custom sleeve. 9 of these discs hold a total of 128 tracks (12 hidden), all presented in ultra high resolution 24-bit/192 Khz stereo PCM state-of-the-art master quality sound, and featuring nearly 60 previously unreleased songs, versions, mixes, or rare tracks.
More on Everything You've Ever Wanted To Know About The Neil Young Archives But Were Afraid To Ask.
Don't be denied!
So check out the Neil Young Appreciation Society page for more info on how to join.
Don't be denied!
Thanks Scott and everyone who is supporting the NYAS & BA!
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HOW TO WIN A COPY OF LATEST ISSUE OF BROKEN ARROW MAGAZINE
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