NEW ALBUM + VIDEO: Storytone by Neil Young - November 4, 2014 release
Storytone by Neil Young
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Neil Young's newest album Storytone is now set for a November 4, 2014 release and available to pre-order on Amazon.com. (For those keeping track of such things, this will be Neil's only 35th studio album release, not including live, comps, etc. slacker)
Who's Gonna Stand Up?
I Want To Drive My Car
Say Hello To Chicago
Like You Used To Do
I'm Glad I Found You
When I Watch You Sleeping
All Those Dreams
Storytone was recorded live in the studio with a 92-piece orchestra and choir. Production by The Volume Dealers (Neil Young and Niko Bolas), recorded and mixed by Al Schmitt with additional co-production, arrangements, orchestration, and conducted by Michael Bearden and Chris Walden.
Apparently, Neil Young does not play guitar or piano on the album?! Now that seems to be really different.
In what will certainly -- as always -- drive fans nuts will be the various release configurations. At the moment, options include: a standard CD edition that features the 10 orchestral song versions of Storytone, the deluxe CD edition (containing both standard and solo versions), and the deluxe 180 gram double vinyl pressing, which will be released on December 16th and will feature both versions of the album. If you pre-order the deluxe CD edition , deluxe vinyl edition or the PonoMusic edition you'll receive instant downloads of both the orchestral and solo versions of "Who's Gonna Stand Up?" Exclusive album bundles include a limited edition, heavy stock lithograph of the album artwork by Neil Young.
And here's a new music video of "Who's Gonna Stand Up?". enjoy!
p.s. - ANSWER: Rusties