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Extremely Early NEIL YOUNG Contract from 1966! Neil was 21, unknown and playing in a band called the Mynah Birds when he signed this! (SOLD!!)

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Here is a one in a million opportunity for Neil Young fans. This songwriting contract for "Baby Go" (unrecorded as far as I know) was signed by Neil in 1966 when he was 21 yers old. This was before his break with Buffalo Springfield. At the time he was playing in an unsuccessful group called the Mynah Birds and trying to write songs (equally unsuccessfully) for Motown. Neil didn't let these minor setbacks discourage him as you know.

Dated January 25th, 1966, the contract is 3 pages (only page one and three are displayed here, but all are included) each page measuring 8.5 x 12.5". Page three is signed by Neil Young. Contract is in excellent condition. Someone has written the following words on the back of page three; "See Craig Allen AG 8/16/65". Craig Allen co authored the lyrics to this song - but only Neil has signed the document.

A great piece from the formative years of a great artists career.

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