Neil Young to reissue classic 1970s albums on vinyl

The run consists of Time Fades Away, On The Beach, Tonight's The Night and Zuma

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Neil Young will reissue remastered versions of four of his albums from the 1970s on vinyl on September 6.

1973’s Time Fades Away, 1974’s On The Beach, and 1975’s Tonight’s The Night and Zuma have long been out of print and will be reissued separately for the first time after being previously released as a limited edition box set for Record Store Day in November, 2014.

Pitchfork reports that Time Fades Away has been an exclusive on Young’s Pono streaming service.

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The 2014 box set was part of Young’s Official Release Series Discs 5 – 8. The albums were originally scheduled for release on Record Store Day on April 18 before being rescheduled for release on Record Store Day’s Black Friday, on November 28, limited to 3,500 copies.

Yesterday, Young announced details of the line-up for this year’s Bridge School Benefit concerts, which includes Willie Nelson, Roger Waters and case/lang/veirs.

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