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Neil Young! A Good Songer and Native American!

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Last post 07/04/2018

Posted by HaileyMcComet

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      Neil Young was Forbidden to Play with his band!  - 2-4 years earlier his brother has to leave the Band!

      Nobody realy knows the story what happend.  - The brothers says to Be from Canada!

      The have made a lot of Music which are stolen today! - Neils Young Record ( The Harvest) is New Printed but its a Oligark Copy - Pirates!

      The Family has not be aware of that, and when is WarLaws is not aloud to Print anything wich are Copy even if you have Familys words!

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Eh44QPT1mPE     

      Do somebody know what happend the Boys?

      What are the Doing today?

      What is the Name of the Bands they Played in?

      This Cherokkie Chief of Highest Level!  -  North, South America!

        NEIL YOUNG RULES!

          I'm not going to pretend to understand this, but Neil Young is Canadian, not Native American.  He toured with Crazy Horse just a few years ago.  They're on good terms, as far as I know.  His brother was never a member of Crazy Horse.

            HaileyMcComet wrote:

            I'm not going to pretend to understand this, but Neil Young is Canadian, not Native American.  He toured with Crazy Horse just a few years ago.  They're on good terms, as far as I know.  His brother was never a member of Crazy Horse.

            Crazy Horse say in Historie be a Native American Chief.

            I am not Just Home, But I am Sure Neil Young is Native American!

            But i Could not say what there Tribe is!  - In some Books it says that, and in some that he is American!

            This Books  are old but was selling in Nordic Country!

            But I Going to get in Touch with a Chief in Cherokke, Highest Level!  Jackson Browne!

            We want to Know what is Happend! - It says they did not done anything wrong?  But had to stop with the Band!

            We see if Neil Young has answer?

              I'm almost positive that Crazy Horse, the Lakota chief, was not a member of Crazy Horse, the folk/country rock band.