Neil Young Says Streaming is OVER…

From Neil Young’s Facebook page…

I was there.
AM radio kicked streaming’s ass.
Analog Cassettes and 8 tracks also kicked streaming’s ass,
and…

 

Posted by Neil Young on Wednesday, July 15, 2015

13 Responses

  1. im sorry

    Neil Young is clearly the most dependable source on anything technology related. Most people over 60 are

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    • Rickshaw

      Yes, because age is a clear indicator for mental capacity. Sheesh.

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    • J.Gagnon

      Your ears are still soaked by your mamas juices baby,that’s why you don’t have an ability to comprehend nothing keep makin’ your tiny little fart sounds and don’t let the big one’s scare you!

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  2. Darrell Correa

    As the owner of a successful online radio station, I so disagree with Mr. Young. ” One thing about Millennials – they are addicted to the itch and twitch of immediate gratification” – Huffington Post

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    • J.Gagnon

      Fully agree with him ,Neil is sayin’ the truth , there’s richer sound quality in 30 yr.old cassettes …. recorded with 4 track analog tape devices than digital mp3 and wave (low to mid. range wave sampling) … a clear difference ….this came to mind often as I began transferring my old cassette music to digital to share it on the internet , a good idea for independent artists , to offer a truer analog sound as alternative to fans!

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  3. PiratesWinLOL

    Everything still seems to be there at both Google Music and Spotify.

    Also, if this old guy claim that he can hear any difference between a 320 MP3 and a FLAC file, then he is most likely lying, especially considering what I imagine his ears must have been though over the years. I’m 35 and I can’t hear any difference at all, even when I try to really focus and listen most carefully.

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    • hartmixer

      Too bad your ears are so fucked up for your age. Try “House of Hearing”

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  4. John

    Why is the title “Neil Young says streaming is OVER” when clearly he says “it’s here to stay”. That makes less then zero sense and equals poor journalism on the reporting side. No?

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