1 Album In Canada", http://ifpi.fi/tilastot/virallinen-lista/albumit/2017/49, "Sverigetopplistan – Sveriges Officiella Topplista", Australian Recording Industry Association, https://www.ifpi.fi/lista/albumit/2019/44/, "Album – Classifica settimanale WK 44 (dal 25.10.2019 al 31.10.2019)", "Debuts on this week's #Billboard200 (1/4)", "New Zealand Certification – "Live Rust" (Album)", "Gold-/Platin-Datenbank (Neil Young; 'Greatest Hits')", "New Zealand Certification – "Greatest Hits" (Album)", "Neil Young – The Archives Vol. It was then announced that the second volume of Archives box sets would include four SRS releases; the studio albums Homegrown, Chrome Dreams and Oceanside/Countryside, and the unreleased live album Odeon-Budokan. Neil Young Archives Volume 1 is een verzamelalbum van Neil Young Algemeen. 1 (1963–1972) – Box Set", "Swedishcharts.com – Neil Young – Archives Vol. 6: 1966 - Various Artists", "After the Gold Rush - Neil Young: Awards", Jordan Runtagh, "15 Legendary Unreleased Albums. These include live versions and alternate mixes of previously released songs. Original tracks produced by Bob Bradburn; David Briggs & Neil Young; Buffalo Springfield; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and Paul Rothchild; Ray Dee; Charles Greene &, Brian Stone; Ahmet Ertegun; Henry Lewy & Neil Young; Elliot Mazer, Tim Mulligan, L.A. Johnson &, Neil Young; Elliot Mazer & Neil Young; Graham Nash & Neil Young; Jack Nitzsche, Ryland Cooder &, Neil Young; Jack Nitzsche & Neil Young; Paul Rothchild; Neil Young; Neil Young & L.A. Johnson; Neil Young & Peter K. Siegel; Neil Young & Comrie Smith, Audio production at Redwood Digital, Woodside, CA, Audio tape restoration and analog-to-HDCD® 24-bit 192kHz digital transfers by John Nowland, Digital editing and Blu-ray/DVD mastering by Tim Mulligan, Audio production assistance: Will Mitchell, Audio restoration on Disc 3, Live At The Riverboat (Toronto 1969) by Jamie Howarth at Plangent Processes, Archival audio tape research: Neil Young, Joel Bernstein & John Nowland, Archives audio tape librarian: John Hausmann, Source tapes and discs courtesy of Neil Young Archives, Warner Music Group (Steve Lang), David Briggs, Joel Bernstein, Peter K. Siegel, V Records (Mike Groshak), Bob Bradburn, John Elwood, Ray Dee, Craig Todd & Harvey Kaslow, Ron Chapman, Richard Lemker & Dan Britt, Art direction and design: Gary Burden & Jenice Heo for R. Twerk & Co., with Neil Young, Photographs, artwork, text, and credits researched and compiled by Joel Bernstein, Image licensing and clearances by Marcy Gensic, Eric Custer, Villette Harris & Lyn Fey, Special thanks to Jack Harper & Pete Long for their tireless assistance, Special thanks: Ben Young, Amber Young, Zeke Young, Disc 03 – Live at the Riverboat (Toronto 1969), Disc 05 – Live at the Fillmore East (New York 1970), Disc 07 – Live at Massey Hall (Toronto 1971), Volume 00 — Sugar Mountain – Live At Canterbury House 1968, Woodstock: Music from the Original Soundtrack and More, "The Archives Vol.

Het succesvolst was zijn album Harvest uit 1972. Neil Young Archives Volume II: 1972–1976 followed in 2020, covering 1972 to 1976. 1: 1963–1972", "The Archives Volume 1 1963–1972: Neil Young", "Album Review: Neil Young – Archives Vol 1", "Ultratop.be – Neil Young – Archives Vol. [14] In addition, people who pre-ordered the DVD and Blu-ray box sets received, in early May, a bonus copy of Disc 00 (Blu-ray only) so that they could "test drive" the contents. * Cash Box Singles Chart. The CD set has 8 CDs (Discs 00 & 01 fit on one disc, and Disc 09 is not included) and a CD-sized booklet. ', Neil & Pegi Young Getting Divorced After 36 Years, https://www.nu.nl/achterklap/5546282/neil-young-72-bevestigt-huwelijk-met-daryl-hannah-57.html, Sugar mountain - Live at Canterbury House 1968, Retrospective: The best of Buffalo Springfield, https://nl.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Neil_Young&oldid=56717843, Wikipedia:Pagina's die ISBN magische links gebruiken, Wikipedia:Lokale afbeelding anders dan op Wikidata, Creative Commons Naamsvermelding/Gelijk delen. Each disc in the Archives was also available individually exclusively through Warner Bros. at launch[14]. The track list was officially announced on the Neil Young Archives site on September 20th, with the first single, “Come Along and Say You Will,” being posted to the site as the Song of the Day on October 14th. referencing Neil Young Archives - Vol. [14] In addition, people who pre-ordered the DVD and Blu-ray box sets received, in early May, a bonus copy of Disc 00 (Blu-ray only) so that they could "test drive" the contents.

Last month Neil Young announced he’d be dipping into his ever-expanding archive and releasing Homegrown, an acoustic album recorded in 1975.Turns out that was just the tip of the iceberg. Neil Young Archives Volume II: 1972–1976 followed in 2020, covering 1972 to 1976.

The audio format on the Blu-ray version is presented in 24-bit/192 kHz stereo PCM on all discs except Journey Through the Past which includes selectable DTS Surround or stereo 24-bit/96 kHz PCM tracks. 1 1963–1972 – Neil Young", "Neil Young Archives, Vol. Soul" (2:44) – Buffalo Springfield – from the, "Sell Out" (1:40) – Buffalo Springfield –, "Down to the Wire" (2:29) – Neil Young – from the album, "One More Sign" (2:01) – Neil Young – from the, "I Am a Child" (2:19) – Buffalo Springfield – from the album, "Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It?" Thirteen of the songs on this set have never been released in any form. 1 1963–1972 is a 10 DVD/Blu-Ray (or 8 CD) box set by Canadian / American musician Neil Young, released on June 2, 2009 and designed by Gary Burden. Homegrown, a long lost unreleased 1975 album, was finally announced for a release in early 2020. 1 1963–1972 – Neil Young", "Neil Young Archives, Vol. / Sugar Mountain Intro. After conflicting statements over the years, it was revealed that the set would be released in three formats: CD, DVD and Blu-ray. 1 1963–1972 is a 10 DVD/Blu-Ray (or 8 CD) box set by Canadian / American musician Neil Young, released on June 2, 2009 and designed by Gary Burden. After embarking on a music career in the 1960s, he moved to Los Angeles, joining Buffalo Springfield with Stephen Stills, Richie Furay and others.

[24] As of September 2020, only Homegrown has been officially released, though Odeon Budokan is scheduled to be released on November 20th as part of the Neil Young Archives Vol.

Neil Young has included material recorded live on many of his albums; listed here are albums consisting completely or primarily of live concert recordings.