The public picture that's been painted of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs is one of a brilliant entrepreneur with a distinctly ruthless streak, so it isn't hard to imagine that he'd be annoyed by Neil Young's long crusade against the compressed audio that Apple's iTunes store helped popularize.
While he steadfastly refused to go into detail about exactly what's gone wrong between himself and former bandmate David Crosby, Neil Young made it very clear that the relationship is indeed fractured during an interview with Howard Stern this morning.
The artistic reemergence hinted at on Neil Young's bluesy 1988 return to Reprise Records, 'This Note's for You,' was realized a year later with 'Freedom' -- his most varied, most topical, most complete work since the '70s.
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