Neil Young is the self-titled debut studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young following his departure from Buffalo Springfield in 1968, issued on Reprise Records. Some sources place the album's release date on January 22, 1969, while other sources have the release date as Young's 23rd birthday, November 12, 1968. It was then partially remixed and re-released in November 1969, but at no time has the album ever charted on the Billboard 200.
Neil Young, Devo - Human Highway - A Film By Neil Young (Laserdisc, 12", NTSC, Mus). Records, Reprise Records. Human Highway (Director's Cut) (Blu-ray, Multichannel). Reprise Records, Shakey Pictures.
Hitchhiker (Neil Young album). Hitchhiker is a studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young, issued September 8, 2017 on Reprise Records. It is the ninth release in Young's ongoing archival release series and the first of the Special Release series. Co-produced by Young and David Briggs with post-production from John Hanlon, the album was originally recorded on August 11, 1976 at Indigo Ranch Recording Studio in Malibu, California
A film by Neil Young," Human Highway was his third cinematic effort, following Journey Through the Past and Rust Never Sleeps. It was an 83-minute feature film, a musical comedy in which Young, accompanied by a cast including actors Dean Stockwell (who co-directed), Dennis Hopper, and Sally Kirkland, played the part of a music-obsessed half-wit garage mechanic at a roadside gas station/diner. The members of Devo appear as workers at a nearby nuclear plant and glow throughout
Human Highway is a 1982 American comedy film starring and co-directed by Neil Young under his pseudonym Bernard Shakey. Dean Stockwell co-directed the film and acted along with Russ Tamblyn, Dennis Hopper, and the band Devo. Included is a collaborative performance of "Hey Hey, My My (Into the Black)" by Devo and Young with Booji Boy singing lead vocals and Young playing lead guitar. The film was shown in only select theaters and was not released on VHS until 1995. Employees and customers spend time at a small gas station-diner in a fictional town next to a nuclear power plant unaware it is the last day on Earth. Young Otto (Dean Stockwell) has received ownership of the failing business by the Will of his recently deceased father. His employee, Lionel Switch (Neil Young), is the garage's goofy and bumbling auto mechanic who dreams of being a rock star.
This is where Neil Young’s head was at the top of the ’80s. Take my head, and change my mind, he sang in its chorus, How could people get so unkind?.
More Neil Young films from his archives are on the way, says his manager. Neil has a whole series of Shakey Films that we've done through the years," Roberts tells Billboard. We haven't really had a chance to put a lot of them out. Either he tours or starts doing an album or moves on to the next one. But we have about six or seven full-length films that will be coming out over the course of the next two years.
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