Neil Young delays Time Fades Away reissue

Neil Young has postponed the Record Store Day reissue of his long-out-of-print 1973 album, Time Fades Away. The album was scheduled for release as part of Young's Official Release Series Discs 5-8 Vinyl Box Set, alongside On The Beach, Tonight's The Night and Zuma.

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Neil Young has postponed the Record Store Day reissue of his long-out-of-print 1973 album, Time Fades Away.

The album was scheduled for release as part of Young’s Official Release Series Discs 5-8 Vinyl Box Set, alongside On The Beach, Tonight’s The Night and Zuma.

According to a press release quoted on Pitchfork, the delay comes “due to several other projects that Young has in the works that he wishes to focus on.”

Apart from his high quality digital music player Pono, Young is also due to release a new album, A Letter Home on Jack White’s Third Man Records and a new memoir as well as number of upcoming live solo acoustic shows in Los Angeles, Texas and Chicago.


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