After considerable delay, 'Time Fades Away,' Neil Young's live album from 1973, will finally be re-released. The record has been kept out-of-print for years by Young, who called it "a total joke" and "the worst record I ever made" in 1987.
It remains to be seen whether Neil Young's hi-def PonoMusic player will be able to survive in the marketplace, but if the early returns for the device's Kickstarter campaign are any indication, there's plenty of demand for what he's selling.
For years, Neil Young has bemoaned the fidelity losses that digital music consumers have had to accept as a tradeoff for portable convenience. Later this month, he'll finally introduce his own solution to the marketplace.
Neil Young's recent four-night solo stand at New York's Carnegie Hall received glowing reviews from all who were fortunate enough to see it. Now, thanks to several fans and their camera phones, everybody can see one of those shows in its entirety for themselves.