Matt and Ryan kick off a new quarter of TFT devoted to a look back at popular music history with Neil Young’s Harvest as well as his recently-released A Letter Home.[audio:http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/tft114/tft114.mp3]
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- Harvest and A Letter Home (affiliate links)
- A Letter Home Limited Edition
- Harvest and A Letter Home on Wikipedia
- Harvest Lyrics at (sigh) Rap Genius
- The Third Man Record Booth and vintage Voice-o-graph ads
- A journalist records a song in the Third Man Record Booth
- Pono Player
Can we talk about Neil Young’s Pono music system? I mean, this Neil Young, with his ridiculously shaped music player and pretentious claims about audio fidelity…is he for real?
Seriously, though, I am…puzzled at best on the rationale for such a system. I’m tempted to just write it off as a deranged old rocker’s pipe dream/passion project whose primary purpose is to satisfy Neil Young and a small handful of Kickstarter backers, but is anything else going on here that’s noteworthy?