Neil Young: On The Beach/American Stars 'N Bars/Hawks & Doves/Re•ac•tor
David Hepworth, Word, The, August 2003
I SPOKE TO Neil Young in 1992, when one of his riffs was the shortcomings of digital sound. "You ever sit down with a CD and maybe smoke some grass?" he asked. "You just can't do that in the same way as you could with vinyl. There's just something edgy about CDs." (Round about the same time he claimed that "CDs fool the mind but leave the heart sad".)
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