Shakey: Neil Young's Biography
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 13 mei 2003 - 816 pagina's
Neil Young is one of rock and roll’s most important and enigmatic figures, a legend from the sixties who is still hugely influential today. He has never granted a writer access to his inner life – until now. Based on six years of interviews with more than three hundred of Young’s associates, and on more than fifty hours of interviews with Young himself, Shakey is a fascinating, prodigious account of the singer’s life and career. Jimmy McDonough follows Young from his childhood in Canada to his cofounding of Buffalo Springfield to the huge success of Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young to his comeback in the nineties. Filled with never-before-published words directly from the artist himself, Shakey is an essential addition to the top shelf of rock biographies.
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shit mary I cant dance
a bigger flash in the sky
a voice no one could recognize
the velvet cage
big business small scale
the no men
the guy with the balls
cut to the lizards
world on a string
have you ever been lost?
a solo trip
Very Selected Bibliography
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acoustic album artist audience band bass Ben Keith Billy Billy Talbot Bruce Buffalo Springfield called Crazy Horse Crosby CSNY Danny Danny Whitten David Briggs didn’t doin Dylan Elliot Roberts everything feel felt fuck fuckin Geffen goin gonna gotta guitar happened hear heh heh Jack Nitzsche Joel Bernstein kinda knew Koblun listen live look lotta Mazer Mazzeo musicians Nash Neil Young Neil’s never okay overdubbed play player playin Poncho pretty Ralph Ralph Molina ranch Rassy recalls record remember rock and roll Scott sessions shit sing Snodgress solo somethin song sound started Stephen Stephen Stills Stills studio stuff talk tape tell there’s thing thought Tonight’s the Night took Topanga tour vocal walk wanna wanted weird what’s Whitten Winnipeg would’ve y’know Yeah Young told Young’s Zeke