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Quote from: kellerb on August 01, 2009, 10:29:05 PMYou haven't lived until you've had a robot shart in your ear and followed along in the live setlist thread while it happens.
Quote from: mistercharlie on November 28, 2021, 04:27:41 AMDon't know about the rest of you, but I've had this song in my head all year thanks to the webcasts.Although, I have to admit I am more familiar with this DangerDoom & Talib Kweli song that samples it.
Quote from: Augustus on September 29, 2013, 05:26:46 AMIt's like BJ Galore over here!
Quote from: rowjimmy on May 13, 2013, 05:36:00 AMI use records for that and don't have to justify it to my friends.
QuoteGROSS: In the acknowledgements to your book, where you're praising your friends and your family, you describe Neil Young as, quote, "the strangest of my friends."NASH: He is.GROSS: What makes him strange?NASH: The man is totally committed to the muse of music. And he'll do anything for good music. And sometimes it's very strange. I was at Neil's ranch one day just south of San Francisco, and he has a beautiful lake with red-wing blackbirds. And he asked me if I wanted to hear his new album, "Harvest." And I said sure, let's go into the studio and listen.Oh, no. That's not what Neil had in mind. He said get into the rowboat.(LAUGHTER)NASH: I said get into the rowboat? He said, yeah, we're going to go out into the middle of the lake. Now, I think he's got a little cassette player with him or a little, you know, early digital format player. You know, so I'm thinking I'm going to wear headphones and listen in the relative peace of the middle of Neil's lake.Oh, no. He has the - his entire house as the left speaker and his entire barn as the right speaker. And I heard "Harvest" coming out of these two incredibly large speakers louder than hell. It was unbelievable. Elliot Mazer, who produced Neil, produced "Harvest," came down to the shore of the lake and he shouted out to Neil: How was that, Neil?And I swear to god, Neil Young shouted back: More barn!
QuoteI dare the Phish from Vermont to play this.
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