Neil Young- Ultra Rare Pre-1st LP Canada Handbill-Folder / From Neil’s Father’s Collection

An impossibly rare handbill / 4 page folder advertising Neil Young’s residency at La Hibou in Ottawa, Canada, from January 28-February 2, 1969, and the imminent release of his debut solo album. This extraordinary rarity was part of the collection of Neil Young’s father, famed Canadian journalist and sportswriter Scott Young. In the accompanying letter […]

Velvet Underground – Sterling Morrison-Owned Roskilde Festival Poster / Neil Young, New Order, Midnight Oil, Motorhead, Sonic Youth

From the collection of Velvet Underground guitarist Sterling Morrison, a rare poster for the 1993 Roskilde (Denmark) Festival, which the Velvets played as part of their short lived reunion tour. Other acts featured at the festival–and on this poster–include Neil  Young & Booker T and the MG’s, New Order, Midnight Oil, Motorhead, Ray Charles, Chris […]

Neil Young – Ultra-Rare 1970 ‘After the Gold Rush’ Easel-Backed Record Store Display

A very rare easel-backed display promoting Neil Young’s album After the Gold Rush, made in 1970 by Warner/Reprise Records for use in record stores.  This has an After the Gold Rush album cover slick mounted on on an album cover-sized easel backing.  In unused near mint condition. The only example we’ve seen.  12 1/4″ x […]

Neil Young – 1975 ‘Zuma’ Reprise Records Promotional Poster

A scarce unused Warner Bros/Reprise promotional poster advertising Neil Young and Crazy Horse’s classic 1975 album Tonight’s The Night. Machine folded as sent out, in Near Mint condition.  24″ x 36″.  

Neil Young – Neil-Owned Alternate ‘Comes a Time’ Acetate, With 2 Unreleased Songs

Neil Young’s personal acetate of an early version of his 1978 album Comes a Time, with two unreleased outtakes, and a completely different song order. This disc includes an unreleased studio version of ‘Dance, Dance, Dance’ (Young has never released a studio version of this classic, which appeared on Crazy Horse’s debut album,) and the […]

Neil Young – Handwritten Setlist for 1984 Austin Opera House Concert

Neil Young’s handwritten setlist for his June 23, 1984 concert at the Austin Texas Opera House.  This setlist includes a number of Young’s best loved songs, including ‘Are You Ready For the Country,’ ‘Comes a Time,’ ”Heart of Gold,’ and ‘Old Man.’ The provenance is best explained by the included letter of authenticity from longtime […]

Neil Young – 1972 ‘Harvest’ Test Pressing LP, Owned by Album Cover Photographer Joel Bernstein

A rare test pressing of Neil Young’s classic 1972 album Harvest, from the collection of longtime Young associate and Harvest album cover photographer Joel Bernstein. Harvest topped the Billboard album chart for two weeks, and spawned two hit singles, “Old Man” and the #1 hit “Heart of Gold.” It was the best-selling album of 1972 […]

Neil Young – Neil-Owned 2 DMM Reference Discs for ‘Harvest Moon’ LP / Metal Acetates

Neil Young’s personal DMM (direct metal mastering) copper Album Reference Discs for his 1992 album Harvest Moon. As explained below, DMM was a record mastering technology whereby a copper disc was cut instead of a lacquer acetate, allowing two steps to be eliminated from the record pressing process. These two single-sided copper plated metal discs […]

Neil Young and Crazy Horse – 1990 ‘Ragged Glory’ Promotional Poster

A 1990 Reprise Records promotional poster advertising Neil  Young and Crazy Horse’s album Ragged Glory.  Rolling Stone called this classic album “a monument to the spirit of the garage – to the pursuit of passion over precision” and “a great one.” In excellent condition, rolled, with some very minor edge wear.  23″ x 33 1/4″

Neil Young – Neil-Owned Unreleased ‘Trans’ Test Pressing With Unreleased Track “If You Got Love”

Neil Young’s personal European test pressing of his 1982 album Trans, with the unreleased track “If You Got Love.”  This is certainly one of the rarest records in the world. This track was pulled from the album at the last minute, and has never been released. As Wikipedia notes, After a year of work, the […]

Buffalo Springfield – 1966 Engraved Invitation Announcing Debut Single ‘Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing’ (Neil Young, Stephen Stills)

An exceedingly rare engraved invitation announcing the August 1966 release of Buffalo Springfield’s debut single, ‘Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing,’ sent out by the group’s managers, Charlie Greene and Brian Stone. As described in the accompanying letter of authenticity from longtime Neil Young/CSN/CSNY associate Joel Bernstein, who assembled the Buffalo Springfield box set: This letter […]

Jimi Hendrix, Allman Bros., Black Sabbath, Neil Young, Deep Purple – 1972 Warner Brothers Gold Record Award (Non RIAA)

An impossibly rare 1972 Warner Brothers Records In-House Award Gold Record celebrating a remarkable year at the label with many of their most famous artists, from the collection of the late WB’s chairman Russ Thyret. Thyret at the time was in the sales department, later the head of promotion at the label, and finally it’s […]

Neil Young – 1968 Working Lyric Manuscript for ‘If I Could Have Her Tonight’ from Debut Album, Reproduced in Archives Vol. 1 Book

Neil Young’s handwritten working lyric manuscript for “If I Could Have Her Tonight” from his 1968 self-titled debut album, given by Young to Graham Nash, and reproduced in the book from Young’s Archives Vol. 1 1963-1972. The history of this extraordinary artifact is detailed in the accompanying letter of authenticity from longtime Neil Young associate […]

Neil Young – 2 Original Dennis Keeley Photos Used For “Everybody’s Rockin'” Album Cover

Two vintage 11x 14″photographs of Neil Young by photographer Dennis Keeley, used on the cover of Neil Young and the Shocking Pinks’ 1983 album Everybody’s Rockin’.  We acquired these hand-printed photographs from the album’s art director, Tommy Steele; eventually it was decided that Keeley would hand color other prints of these same images for use […]

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