Neil Young 24/88.2 and higher

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  1. 16/44.1

    16/44.1 Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Which albums by Neil Young have been released in high resolution 24/88.2 or higher?
     
  2. Raf

    Raf Forum Resident

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    I'm sure Neil Young has been higher than that many times.
     
  3. 16/44.1

    16/44.1 Forum Resident Thread Starter

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    Which titles?
    I will like to know that!
     
  4. lucan_g

    lucan_g Forum Resident


    :uhhuh:
     
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  5. jy3iix

    jy3iix Forum Resident

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    Here you go - existing releases at 24/88.2 or higher...

    Harvest [DVD-A] {192kHz} {24bit}
    On The Beach [DVD-A] {176.4kHz} {24bit}
    American Stars 'N Bars [DVD-A] {176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Hawks & Doves [DVD-A] {176.4kHz} {24bit}
    re•ac•tor [DVD-A] {176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Road Rock Vol.1 [DVD-A] {96kHz} {24bit}
    Greendale [DVD-A] {96kHz} {24bit}
    Greatest Hits [DVD-V] {96kHz} {24bit}
    Prairie Wind [DVD-V] {96kHz} {24bit}
    Live At The Fillmore East: March 6 & 7, 1970 • NYA-PS 02 [BD] {192kHz} {24bit}
    Living With War 'In The Beginning' [DVD-V] {96kHz} {24bit}
    Live At Massey Hall 1971 • NYA-PS 03 [BD] {192kHz} {24bit}
    Chrome Dreams II [DVD-V] {96kHz} {24bit}
    Sugar Mountain: Live At Canterbury House 1968 • NYA-PS 00 [DVD-V] {96kHz} {24bit}
    Fork In The Road [DVD-V] {96kHz} {24bit}
    Neil Young Archives Volume I [BD] {192kHz} {24bit}
    Live At The Riverboat 1969 • NYA-PS 01 [BD] {192kHz} {24bit}
    Le Noise [BD] {192kHz} {24bit}
    Americana [BD] {192kHz} {24bit}
    Psychedelic Pill [BD] {192kHz} {24bit}
    CSNY 1974 [BD] {192kHz} {24bit}
    Storytone [PONO] {192kHz} {24bit}

    And announced today on the Pono Community forum, ORS 1 - 14 (that's right, ORS 1 - 14, it's not a typo) are due to be released on Dec 23, 2014 available as digital downloads through the Pono Store - all at resolutions of either 24/176.4 or 24/192. Individual titles unconfirmed, but for consistency with the numbering of ORS LP format releases, I'm assuming that means that Time Fades Away is included, and probably Long May You Run (Stills-Young Band) is out. So...

    Neil Young [PONO] {192/176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere [PONO] {192kHz} {24bit}
    After The Gold Rush [PONO] {192/176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Harvest [PONO] {192kHz} {24bit}
    Time Fades Away [PONO] {192/176.4kHz} {24bit}
    On The Beach [PONO] {176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Tonight's The Night [PONO] {192/176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Zuma [PONO] {192/176.4kHz} {24bit}
    American Stars 'N Bars [PONO] {176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Comes A Time [PONO] {192/176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Rust Never Sleeps [PONO] {192/176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Live Rust [PONO] {192/176.4kHz} {24bit}
    Hawks & Doves [PONO] {176.4kHz} {24bit}
    re-ac-tor [PONO] {176.4kHz} {24bit}

    The resolutions are my guesses based on previous physical releases, unconfirmed. Great news as quite a few of these albums have not been digitally remastered since the original Warner CD editions issued in the 80's.
     
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  6. Stringman

    Stringman Forum Resident

    Have you got a link to the Pono Community Forum announcement? I can't find it anywhere

    Thanks in advance
     
  7. Stringman

    Stringman Forum Resident

    SOK I found it amid te Uncle Neil stuff.
     
  8. ampguy

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    Is there a thread on resolutions that were not up-rezzed to the physical container format? From memory, a couple of tunes on Greatest Hits, and Le Noise were digitized at < than their physical format.
     
  9. qtrules

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    can you post it for the rest of us please :)
     
  10. tomd

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    He should reissue American Stars and Bars through Live Rust on vinyl NOW! Enough with the new albums for awhile.
     
  11. ARK

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    This attitude always baffles me. Those albums exist out there on vinyl already don't they? I'd rather hear NEW music from him while he's still alive rather than having him focus on reissues. The reissues will come after he's gone. No new music will.
     
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  12. Rockinrob

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    I'd rather get to the unreleased albums.,.

    Homegrown! Chrome Dreams!
     
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  13. tomd

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    They haven't been reissued for some time.Most of his new albums for a better word (suck).None of us are getting any younger.Any other reasons you want to hear?
     
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  14. mestreech

    mestreech Forum Resident

    If I'm correct that forum isn't online yet for the masses. Only for the people who already bought a Pono.
     
  15. Actually he should really just do whatever he wants to do, it's his career.
     
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  16. ParanoidAndroid

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    Just thought you'd like to know that Uncut magazine have just used your post in their news story about the new releases. I do hope you are right as this is really exciting news if it comes to fruition!

    http://www.uncut.co.uk/neil-young/neil-youngs-first-14-albums-to-be-remastered-news
     
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  17. ARK

    ARK Forum Resident

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    Nah. Fair enough. You make plenty of sense. I'm coming from a place where I'm likely younger than you and like many of the new albums. In retrospect, I shouldn't have called you out. We're all coming from a different place. My apologies.
     
  18. Peter Harrar

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    Comes A Time in 192/24 and Re-ac-tor in 88.2/24 now available on Pono.
     
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  19. jy3iix

    jy3iix Forum Resident

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    The Comes A Time artwork labels it as ORS #10 so we're getting closer to nailing down the final composition of the series. Pretty much confirms that Live Rust will be ORS #12 and not part of the Performance Series. For me this is looking perfect, just what I'd been hoping would come out.
     
  20. dtuck90

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  21. Peter Harrar

    Peter Harrar Forum Resident

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    Could find Live Rust, but have found many others: TFA, TNT, Zuma and RNS at 192/24, and On The Beach, AS&B and H&D at 88.2/24. Not sure why the latter ones aren't at 176/24, as they were in DVD-A, but hopefully the free upgrade for Pono Kickstarter supporters will kick in eventually here.
     
  22. Peter Harrar

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    So does this mean that Time Fades Away is the first mainstream rock album originally on vinyl for which the first digital commercial release was 192/24 (or even 96/24 plus)?
     
  23. dtuck90

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    I really hope the store launches in the UK soon. I need to buy these ASAP. There's only "Neil Young" and "Hawks & Doves" I don't consider essential purchases.
     
  24. Rockinrob

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    The self titled album is awesome, you're really missing out.

    I would argue that is one of the coolest psych albums ever!


    I've Been waiting for you.... and you've been coming for me....for such a long time now



    Such great fuzz guitar sounds on this one. It is kind of a shame he abandoned this approach entirely
     
  25. Peter Harrar

    Peter Harrar Forum Resident

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    Live Rust ORS #12 now on Pono Store @ 192/24.
     
    Last edited: Dec 21, 2014
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