During and Neil was joined on many live sets by the Seventh Sons, a trio led by Buzzy Linhart on guitar and vibes. His album Fred Neil, released in , relaunched in as Everybody's Talkin' , was recorded during his residencies in Greenwich Village and Coconut Grove, Florida, with one session taking place in Los Angeles. Neil was teacher and mentor to the Airplane's Paul Kantner. Blues and folk singer Lisa Kindred credits Neil with being her mentor in the early s.
Interested in dolphins since the mids, when he began visiting the Miami Seaquarium, Neil, with Ric O'Barry, founded the Dolphin Research Project in , an organization dedicated to stopping the capture, trafficking and exploitation of dolphins worldwide. Increasingly involved in that pursuit, Neil progressively disappeared from the recording studio and live performance, with only occasional performances in the rest of the s.
Neil left Woodstock in the mids and spent his remaining decades on the shores of southern Florida, involved in the Dolphin Project. He played a benefit show for the Revue in Tokyo in Log In Username or Email: Forgot your username?
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Silver Screen Orchestra. Moment to Moment, Vol. Live, Vol. Everybody's Talkin' [BMG]. Classic Willie.Fred Neil had one of the best voices in folk, eclipsed only by the late Stan Rogers. This recording is the best of one of the best. A perfect addition to the collection of anyone who does not have Neil's individual recordings or wants an overview of his best material. The fidelity is good and the whole CD is a pleasant listening experience/5(17).