LOW STOCK LEVEL
Under Review 1966-1975
"This documentary film reviews the music and career of one of rock's true giants during his formative and most creative years. It features obscure footage, rare interviews and rarely seen photographs of and with Neil Young. Throughout the film, live and studio recordings of Young classics are reappraised by a panel of contributors. Also included are reviews, comments, criticism and insights from John Einarson (Young's biography author), Robert Christgau (Village Voice), Barney Hoskins (author, critic), Nigel Williamson (Uncut), Dave Zimmer (ex-editor of BAM magazine), Bruce Tergesen (house engineer on 'Mr. Soul'), Johnny Rogan (CSNY biographer) and many others." DVD extras include: Special Feature: Recording "Mr. Soul," "The Hardest Neil Young Digital Interactive Quiz In The World Ever," Full contributor biographies, Beyond DVD section. Running time: 88 minutes, NTSC format, region 0, Screen Format 4:3, Stereo Sound Mix. Disclaimer on the back is worth a laugh: "the opinions on this DVD are completely independent. This DVD is not authorised by Neil Young, his management or any record or publishing companies associated with this release or ownership of Neil Young's music".