Neil Young: The Ultimate Music Guide

The latest instalment Uncut's Ultimate Music Guide series is available now - and the subject of this current edition is Neil Young. This lavish, 148 page magazine includes brand new reviews by our crack team of writers of all Young's albums - Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, with Crazy Horse and solo.

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The latest instalment Uncut’s Ultimate Music Guide series is available now – and the subject of this current edition is Neil Young.

This lavish, 148 page magazine includes brand new reviews by our crack team of writers of all Young’s albums – Buffalo Springfield, CSNY, with Crazy Horse and solo.

Meanwhile, we revisit revealing interviews from the archives of Melody Maker and NME, from his earliest solo visit to the UK in 1971 through to meetings on tour in the Rocky Mountains, upstate New York and at his favourite roadhouse close to his Broken Arrow ranch.

The special also features rare photographs and a round up of Young memorabilia.

Neil Young – The Ultimate Music Guide is on sale priced £6.99.

This edition of the Ultimate Music Guide is in shops now, but you can also order it online here.

The digital edition is now available to download on digital newsstands including Apple, Zinio and Google Play. To download your copy, click here and select the appropriate newsstand.

Other instalments in The Ultimate Music Guide series are also available online at uncut.co.uk/store.


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