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Neil Young on World Cafe

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Neil Young, Secret Machines, The Ramones

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In Memoir, Neil Young Wages 'Heavy Peace'

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Neil Young says he supports Bernie Sanders — and that Donald Trump shouldn't have used his song "Rockin' in the Free World." He's seen here performing in Los Angeles earlier this year. Larry Busacca/Getty Images for NARAS hide caption

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Neil Young Is Displeased That Donald Trump Was 'Rockin' In The Free World'

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Clockwise from top left: U2, Neil Young, Weezer, Paula Cole. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Splitsville: Breaking Up With Your Favorite Bands

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Clockwise from upper left: Neil Young with Patti Smith, Hank Williams, Jimi Hendrix, Neil Young, Maureen Gray. Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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Guest DJ Patti Smith

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Visually, the Pono player is a relic, but what matters is how it sounds — better than any consumer device for listening to digital audio, according to founder Neil Young. PonoMusic hide caption

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Kickstarter Campaign Begins For Neil Young's Music Player

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Neil Young speaks about Pono, his new high-quality digital audio system, at SXSW. Bob Boilen/NPR hide caption

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Listen: Neil Young Explains Pono

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Live at the Cellar Door, the new album from Neil Young, was recorded in 1970. Gary Burden/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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When Donny Hathaway, Thelonious Monk And Neil Young Hit A Turning Point

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Neil Young On World Cafe

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From Alt.Latino, With Love: A Valentine's Day Extravaganza

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