Neil Young: Archives Vol. 1 (1963–1972) Page 2
And now: the Blu-ray Discs themselves, in their splendid art design by Total Media Group's Toshi Onuki and their remarkable BD production by Ole Lütjens and the team at MX Entertainment. It would take roughly 30 hours to progress through all of the audio/video material that Young and his longtime film colleague, Larry (L.A.) Johnson, have collected here. Delving into each disc is like peeling a series of onions, as each song is presented in multiple layers. Clicking on Song Selection in the main menu opens the Steelcase filing cabinet that takes you to the individual song folders. Each folder can potentially house additional material under four labeled tabs at the top: Photos, Documents, Press, and Memorabilia.
You can click on the active tabs and peruse the information while the song plays. If you click on the arrow that's underneath the tabs at the top left of the folder, you can literally watch a song play in real time on a format appropriate to the era - 45-rpm single, 12-inch vinyl album, reel-to-reel tape. Some songs will have even more options under separate Audio and Video Tape Logs on a partially obscured sheet that appears under the arrow and to the left of the track information. You might find Young discussing a song's gestation in a radio interview or at a live gig.