Neil Young strung careers together with his solo work, Buffalo Springfield, Crosby, Stills & Nash, and more work with Crazy Horse. Crazy Horse is a band that Neil Young warmly associated with heavily, recording 15 studio albums with Neil, and doing live shows. they have released six of their own albums since 1971 with their eponymous album issued via Reprise Records. Their affiliation with Neil Young has resulted in some of the greatest songs in Rock history, songs like “Cinnamon Girl”, “Cortez The Killer”, and “Pocahontas” from albums like Zuma (1975), Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (1969), and Rust Never Sleeps (1979).

On June 28, watch for a collection of early tracks that both Neil Young and Crazy Horse recorded together. Most are recognizable songs, but some have never been released. In here, you’ll hear an unreleased version of “Winterlong”, a different mix of “Cinnamon Girl”, and unreleased version of “Helpless”, and more. These ten songs will be issued on a set to be called Early Daze.

Early Daze will be released on CD, DD, and two vinyl editions that include standard black, and an indie store clear vinyl (along with an exclusive poster). None of the songs have ever been released on vinyl before this edition. Order here.

Early DazeNeil Young/Crazy Horse
01. Dance Dance Dance (Included on Neil Youngs Archives Vol. I.)
02. Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown (Unreleased version)
03. Winterlong (Unreleased version)
04. Everybody’s Alone (Different mix was included on Archives Vol. I)
05. Wonderin’ (Unreleased version)
06. Cinnamon Girl (Original 7” Mono mix. Released April 20, 1970. Includes guitar outro not
on LP version.)
07. Look At All The Things (Unreleased version)
08. Helpless (Unreleased version)
09. Birds (Unreleased stereo mix). Mono mix was released as B-side to “Only Love Can Break
Your Heart”)
10. Down By The River (Unreleased version with alternate vocals)

By MARowe