Released: May 1969

Neil Young's first single with backing band Crazy Horse is a nice juxtaposition of the prim harmonies of Buffalo Springfield and Young's later searing rock. While Young sings as politely as before, the guitars riff and buzz with menace, setting out a whole new stall. 'Cinnamon Girl' was later covered by Smashing Pumpkins and Motörhead.

 

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