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[Free .mp3] Redlight King remake of Neil Young's "Old Man"

The title of Redlight King's first single - "Old Man" - from their debut album Something for the Pain should sound eerily familiar to avid Neil Young fans.  Young, who rarely entertains sampling requests, seems to be softening in his mature years. Against popular assumption (and reality), lead singer Kaz was able to persuade Neil to allow the band to pay homage to his song of the same name.  Redlight King's version of "Old Man" is not a cover.  Rather, it offers up a reluctant salute to Kaz's own father, a larger-than-life figure who taught school by day and raced stock cars at night. When you hear the song, you're going to be able to feel it.  Check out the video here: Click here to download "Old Man" for free!

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03/11/2011 9:19AM
[Free .mp3] Redlight King remake of Neil Young's "Old Man"
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03/26/2011 5:12AM
Tony
I love the song and need it on my iPod
04/06/2011 4:13PM
Justin
It says free download, all you have to do is download it to your computer and search for it through itunes to get it converted.
04/07/2011 6:37PM
Jay
Wow what a cool version of old man. This is my new favorite song! I am going out to buy Redlight King's album. Anyone who can make Neil Young sound even cooler than he already does, deserves my support.
04/29/2011 11:32AM
marilyn
So glad I found it . Heard it took forever find out who done . Awsome job !
05/16/2011 6:21AM
jaxon
im suprised its a white guy that amde this song good
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prefer Neil Diamonds version
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