The Canadian singer-songwriter Neil Young has announced that he will be sharing “Johnny’s Island” album, recorded in Hawaii in 1982 that has not been shared to date. Johnny’s Island album, recorded with the same team in the same year as Trans, which is one of Neil Young’s most controversial albums with heavy pop elements, includes previously unreleased tracks such as Big Pearl, Island in the Sun and Love Hotel.
Last year, in May, Young released his Homegrown album, which he recorded between 1974 and 1975, and recently sold half of the pieces in his catalog for 150 million dollars.
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New Unreleased Version From Archives Vol. II
— Neil Young Archives (@NeilYoungNYA) November 2, 2020