17 episodes

A podcast about Neil Young's music from Mike Hsu and The Condon Brothers (of Town Meeting).

Long May You Young Mike Hsu and The Condon Brothers

    • Music Commentary
    • 4.6 • 33 Ratings

A podcast about Neil Young's music from Mike Hsu and The Condon Brothers (of Town Meeting).

    Live Rust / Rust Never Sleeps (Movie)

    Live Rust / Rust Never Sleeps (Movie)

    Look out mama, there's a podcast comin' down the river. It's Live Rust! And we've got our buds Saralyn and Nick joining us to live meme the whole thing! Since they're 87 percent the same - we also dive heavily into the Rust Never Sleeps movie during this episode as well. We bounce around more than usual on this one. It's not as chronological as most of the previous eps. We talk about massive amps and Neil's Jawas, or Road-eyes. Mike brings up the highly controversial fact that he prefers Star Trek to Star Wars. We talk about this album's version of Comes A Time verses the original. Luke hates Ska and ponders if Neil invented white reggae. He's also a bit drunk and sunburnt. Russ compares Luke's sunburn to many red things. Saralyn memes about it all.

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    • 2 hr 8 min
    BONUS: Nils Lofgren Interview

    BONUS: Nils Lofgren Interview

    We took labor day weekend off from recording, but we thought we'd give you a little something anyway. This is our interview with the incredible Nils Lofgren from earlier in the year. Only it's not sandwiched in an episode we're we go over Decade and accidently interview the now immortal Nails Lofgren. It's just the interview. No silliness. No jacket voice. Just us and our pal Nils talking about life, music and working with Neil. Hope you enjoy!
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    • 54 min
    Human Highway

    Human Highway

    It takes a worried pod to sing a worried cast. We watched Human Highway, Youngsters.
    RIGHT OFF THE BAT WE'D LIKE TO SAY if you haven't seen this movie, this episode may be hard to follow. Highly recommend buying the dvd and having a watch. We all very much enjoyed it. All of us. Honestly. It's funny. It's smart. It's terrifyingly poignant. We highly recommend. Anyway, there's not much else to write here. We talk about the movie Human Highway. What the hell else am I supposed to write here? Devo, Dennis Hopper, Bird Gas, Booji Boy Breaking in the wind, Milk Baths - we talk about all of them. Not sure what any of that means? Watch the damn movie.
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    • 1 hr 42 min
    Rust Never Sleeps (Album) PART TWO

    Rust Never Sleeps (Album) PART TWO

    Out of the pod and into the cast, ladies and gentleman. We're diving deep into Rust Never Sleeps! Our first two part episode! Our old pal Josh Dolan joins us as we talk about what is probably one of the greatest albums of all time. We talk about Neil's relationship with DEVO and having his lyrics show up in a very famous suicide note. Russ brings up Marlon Brando and we all do - in my opinion - some pretty fantastic impressions. We meet Mike's 4 month old (plastic) baby boy - David Briggs Hsu. Luke is really into Powderfinger. Russ still finds a way to bring up Ben Keith. Mike agrees with Neil about Welfare Mothers. He's not wrong.
    Special thanks to Josh Dolan from Breaking The Ice Podcast. Be sure to check them out at https://anchor.fm/breakingtheice
    Long May You Young is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts! For more information or to check out any of their other fantastic music related shows, go to: PantheonPodcasts.com (We've been really digging The Punk Tree lately...)

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Rust Never Sleeps (Album) PART ONE

    Rust Never Sleeps (Album) PART ONE

    Out of the pod and into the cast, ladies and gentleman. We're diving deep into Rust Never Sleeps! Our first two part episode! Our old pal Josh Dolan joins us as we talk about what is probably one of the greatest albums of all time. We talk about Neil's relationship with DEVO and having his lyrics show up in a very famous suicide note. Russ brings up Marlon Brando and we all do - in my opinion - some pretty fantastic impressions. We meet Mike's 4 month old (plastic) baby boy - David Briggs Hsu. Luke is really into Powderfinger. Russ still finds a way to bring up Ben Keith. Mike agrees with Neil about Welfare Mothers. He's not wrong.
    Special thanks to Josh Dolan from Breaking The Ice Podcast. Be sure to check them out at https://anchor.fm/breakingtheice
    Long May You Young is proud to be part of Pantheon Podcasts! For more information or to check out any of their other fantastic music related shows, go to: PantheonPodcasts.com (We've been really digging The Punk Tree lately...)

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Comes A Time

    Comes A Time

    Oh, this podcast keeps spinnin' round! The time has come for Comes A Time! Neil switches gears on this one and the country comes out. The boys talk about the Neil and Nicolette, recording in Florida, and buying 200K copies of your own album to use as shingles. Luke's not as wild about this record as the previous ones. It's gonna take a lotta love to get him more into it. Mike brings Whale Cake Beer. Russ calls Motorcycle Mama his guilty pleasure. The boys debate whether or not Four Strong Winds is a better Canadian Anthem than anything by Rush or The Bare Naked Ladies. We almost keep it under two hours. Almost.
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    • 2 hr 9 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

Popster (pun on Youngster) ,

Long May You Young

Fellas,

Absolutely LOVE the podcast. Stumbled upon the American Stars ‘n Bars episode then went back and listened to every single one of them. Love the comedy and the detailed info as well. Few thoughts and questions:

- can’t find the Human Highway movie anywhere. Where did you get it?
- Hsu- maybe Cripple Creek Ferry and ‘Till the Morning comes were written as fillers since the album was a soundtrack? Just a thought
- polite constructive advice - loved the Nils interview. Totally awesome and I could tell how much you enjoyed it. That said, there were a few occasions where I felt you guys interrupted him when he was getting ready to tell a story or expand on a point. He was really cool about it and it wasn’t bad but I felt it took a little (very little!!!) away from the interview.

Awesome job. Keep us the great work. I listened to 10 episodes in two weeks or so and now I have to wait a whole week between shows!!!

Popster

jcarruth19 ,

Long May You Run...Away from this Podcast

Nice podcast if you don’t wish to hear anything about Neil Young. They talk about themselves and other artists 99.9% of the time, with little insight. Maybe once in a while you’ll hear them bring up Neil Young, but you've got to listen to hours of them going on and on about themselves, first. Yeah, kind of ruins it for me, too.

100% false advertising, 001% Neil Young content. For this reason, I’d advise you to look elsewhere if you want a good music podcast. Try Rock’s Backpages with noted music critic and author Barney Hoskins, instead, They actually talk about music, not themselves, for an hour. What an astoundingly original, yet simple-to-grasp concept! I wonder why Mike Hsu and the Condon Brothers haven't been able to grasp it. Too busy taking about themselves, I guess. They say they LOVE Neil Young. What they LOVE is to hear themselves talking, about...THEMSELVES! Go figure.

Painted8 ,

Highly entertaining

Within the hilarious chaos that runs through these episodes is a fantastic chemistry between the hosts and an appropriate appreciation for Neil’s great music. I love this podcast.

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