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The creative energy behind Neil Young’s “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere”

Before Neil Young began recording his second solo album “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere” in January of 1969, there were those who were in awe of the creative energy leading up to its production.

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Current Print Issue

Goldmine‘s November issue is centered around The Beatles’ Abbey Road. In 1969, this blockbuster release took the music world by storm. Fifty years later, it is doing the same, with brand new editions of the remixed album. Learn all there is to know about these new editions and the history behind one of rock’s greatest albums.

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