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Chapter 37 is called "Another Word from PureTone" and Neil wrote that the current online services such as Spotify were convenient, but could not be felt. PureTone was going to improve sound stream with on-going quality. Neil acknowledged that he was obsessive about PureTone, but he believed that technology was hindering music sound. He thought that wonderful digital sound would happen in the near future.

In Chapter 38, Neil describes more of his musical career. Neil recalled his first recording on July 23, 1963 when he was 17 years old. The instrumental band was called The Squires and Neil was very excited when he first heard his song on the radio.

Neil believed that album cover art was important. Neil's good friend Gary Burden worked on the CSNY covers and continued into the present time. Neil's favorite cover was for the album On the Beach, where they used a cutoff 1959 Cadillac tail and cheap beach...

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