Neil Young is currently prepping a live album and film culled from Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young's legendary 1970 dates. Stereogum.com reported Young posted an update on his official Neil Young Archives site, and in addition to listing the CSNY live set and a "four-camera video of the show," Young is gearing up to release "installments four through seven in his 'Original Recording Series,' including several albums in hi-res; unreleased Crazy Horse albums called Early Daze and Toast; a Crazy Horse live album from 2012 and 2013 called Live Alchemy; a new Buffalo Springfield box set; an abundance of studio outtakes and concert bootlegs; the third volume of Neil Young Archives; and a mind-boggling eight films."

Neil Young explained a while back why his original tenure in CSNY lasted only two years and one studio album: ["Y'know, you can only be that band for so long before you gotta be somethin' else. . . See, you can't just do it again. It doesn't work. 'Couldn't even if we wanted to, we couldn't, so. . . I only care about the music. It's sad. Sometimes people are damaged by it, but if people understand me, they can understand what that is. That when the music is finished with me that I'll be back– if they can wait for me. But, if you can't see that about me, then you don't understand me, and there's no relationship anyway."] SOUNDCUE (:30 OC: . . . no relationship anyway)

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