Friday, May 27, 2022

Neil Young to issue unreleased 2001 Crazy Horse album Toast

Neil Young and Crazy Horse will release a shelved 2001 album, “Toast”, on July 8.

Young and the band recorded the project at Toast Studios in San Francisco; for the past two decades, the record has been whispered about in collectors’ circles in hushed tones, as the guitarist has dropped pieces of information about it here and there, especially as it contains three never-before-released songs.

“The music of Toast is about a relationship,” shared the rocker on his Neil Young Archives site last year. “There is a time in many relationships that go bad, a time long before the breakup, where it dawns on one of the people, maybe both, that it's over. This was that time.”

The project is being previewed with the lead track, “Standing In The Light Of Love.”

“Toast” will be available on CD, and double vinyl at The Greedy Hand Store at Neil Young Archives (NYA) and music retailers everywhere, and digitally at the Xstream Store at NYA and most DSP’s. Purchasers of Vinyl and CD at The Greedy Hand Store will receive the hi-res digital download from the Xstream Store at NYA.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse

Release date: July 8

01. Quit
02. Standing In The Light of Love
03. Goin’ Home
04. Timberline
05. Gateway of Love
06. How Ya Doin’?
07. Boom Boom Boom

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