I posted this video a while back on The Material Review, but since Neil Young is close to releasing his massive archive on Blu-Ray I figured it was worth reiterating here. It seems good old Neil likes to document things and has hundreds of hours of footage dating back to 1963. The Neil Young Archives comes in three separate parts of ten Blu-Rays per set. Volume 1 alone has a run time of 1200 minutes and covers the years 1963-1972. Fucking A that is crazy pants. At some point down the line Mr. Young will release Volume 2 (1973-1981) and then Volume 3 (1982-1988). So it will take 30 Blu-Rays to get you through 25 years of performances, music and interviews. Since the pure scope of this thing is insane, ownership is basically mandatory for all. It is unclear if this 1971 BBC performance will be included — so you should take a half hour and watch this now. God forbid you walk this earth having only seen 60 hours of Neil Young.