Neil Young - Neil Young
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Release date: 12 November 1968
The potential is lost beneath endlessly unconvincing soundscapes
Daniel Lanois’ sonic burble trick-switch may well have worked many times on The Edge ’s pedal-frazzled guitar lines, but the beauty of Neil Young ’s primal proto-grunge is its relentless, simplistic chug. That was well to the fore when Young debuted some of these songs on his well-received Twisted Road tour this summer but, in the studio, producer Lanois has removed their urgency...
- Sep 24, 2010
Tracklisting click track to read more
- The Emperor Of Wyoming
- The Loner
- If I Could Have Her Tonight
- I've Been Waiting For You
- The Old Laughing Lady
- String Quartet From Whiskey Boot Hill
- Here We Are in the Years
- What did you do to my life
- I've Loved Her So Long
- The Last Trip To Tulsa
A gnarly whopper of a treat
- Oct 26, 2012
Robbie Williams, Neil Young, PJ Harvey, Nick Cave and more at the best festival in Europe...
- Jul 2, 2001
Neil Young headlines, while Starsailor prove the hype's justified...
- Jun 17, 2001
The event will raise money for Flea's Silverlake Conservatory of Music
The band will no longer be appearing in Liverpool and London later this month
Frank 'Poncho' Sampedro says 'my gut tells me this is really the last tour'
Neil Young - Neil Young: Wikipedia Album Entry
Neil Young's First Solo Album...didnt really do that good. Released November 12 1968. Did have one of his great songs 'The Loner' though
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