Model train: Something Neil Young collects. He once invested in Lionel Trains LLC, the world’s more famous model train company, to save it from bankruptcy. He is now a part owner, and the company does very well once again.
1982: The year Geffen Records signed Young, giving him complete creative control. Young made some experimental albums that flopped, and Geffen sued him, claiming he was intentionally making commercially unsuccessful albums. He settled the suit and went back to his old label, Reprise, in 1988.
One million dollars: The amount Neil Young was offered, but refused, to appear at Woodstock ’94. He refused because of what he saw as its overemphasis on commercialism.
103-degree fever: What Neil Young had when he wrote three of his top hit songs: Cinnamon Girl, Down by the River, Cowgirl in the Sand.
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