Neil Young – Old Man (Sound Remedy Remix)


Road tripping down south to the sandy dunes of the Outer Banks. We’ve made this a tradition of painful laughter, heavy drinking and tangled relationships. But the friendships remain true and I wouldn’t trade these people for the world. Passing between walls of wind and sand with nothing ahead but a stretch of slow road, we toast the struggles of each past year and the understanding of those to come. These are the moments of nostalgic sound and hearty sing-alongs.

Neil Young opens that nook in your soul and fills it with the shared angst of existence. The song was originally released in 1972 on Young’s album Harvest, and the narrative prevails still 40 years later.

Old man look at my life,
Twenty four
and there’s so much more
Live alone in a paradise
That makes me think of two.

Love lost, such a cost,
Give me things
that don’t get lost.
Like a coin that won’t get tossed
Rolling home to you.”

Sound Remedy doesn’t fight with the nature of Old Man, but instead boosts the self-reflection with his special brand sweeping electronic sound. SR hails from Chicago with music born in his blood. Both his parents are Juillard-trained members of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. With a rapid-fire output of music over the last two years, SR has remixed a wide spectrum from Beethoven to Wiz Khalifa. And this boy can rip it. Take an extra dose of his medicine with his Band of Horses remix.

Neil Young – Old Man (Sound Remedy Remix)

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