Neil young - at the l.a. music center


Born in Toronto, Canada, Neil Young moved to Winnipeg with his mother following her divorce from his sports journalist father. Young began playing music in high school. Not only did he play in garage rock outfits like the Squires , but he also played in local folk clubs and coffee houses, where he eventually met Joni Mitchell and Stephen Stills . During the mid-'60s, he returned to Toronto, where he played as a solo folk act. By 1966, he joined the Mynah Birds , which also featured bassist Bruce Palmer and Rick James . The group recorded an album's worth of material for Motown, none of which was released at the time. Frustrated by his lack of success, Young moved to Los Angeles in his Pontiac hearse, taking Palmer along as support. Shortly after they arrived in ., they happened to meet Stills , and they formed Buffalo Springfield , who quickly became one of the leaders of the California folk-rock scene.

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