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 Post subject: Re: The Official Neil Young Thread
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Spinning On The Beach now.

"Revolution Blues" is gnarly. I fucking love it.

So far (only three songs in) each track has improved upon the previous and is really building toward something super interesting. Hope that momentum keeps.


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I love Revolution Blues so much.


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Listening to After The Gold Rush.

Tell Me Why is so beautiful.

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 Post subject: Re: The Official Neil Young Thread
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Farmer John wrote:
I love Revolution Blues so much.

I think it's my favorite track on first listen. But really the Revolution Blues - For the Turnstiles - Vampire Blues run is fucking amazing. All three of those are great.


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durdencommatyler wrote:
Farmer John wrote:
I love Revolution Blues so much.

I think it's my favorite track on first listen. But really the Revolution Blues - For the Turnstiles - Vampire Blues run is fucking amazing. All three of those are great.

Yeah this probably my favorite three song run in the catalog


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Listening to Fork In The Road now.

I think back in the day i didnt care for this one because it was coming from Le Noise, and that one melt my face.

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 Post subject: Re: The Official Neil Young Thread
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Farmer John wrote:
Does any artist have a better decade than 1970s Neil Young? Just look at this list.

After the Goldrush
Harvest
Time Fades Away
On the Beach
Tonight’s the Night
Homegrown
Zuma
Hitchhiker
American Stars ’N Bars
Comes a Time
Rust Never Sleeps

You can even throw in Long May You Run and Live Rust.

I really love Long May You Run.

For whatever reason, I reach for it more often that I do many of Neil's 70s records.

Just a super breezy, enjoyable record.

I think I've said this before, but trag's hate for A Man Needs a Maid is crazy. What a song.


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A man needs a maid and the Beatles long and winding road or almost the exact same song to me: Overwrought ballads with whiny lyrics and lush instrumentation trying to create heavy meaning from subject matter that is not that interesting


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Birds in Hell wrote:
Farmer John wrote:
Does any artist have a better decade than 1970s Neil Young? Just look at this list.

After the Goldrush
Harvest
Time Fades Away
On the Beach
Tonight’s the Night
Homegrown
Zuma
Hitchhiker
American Stars ’N Bars
Comes a Time
Rust Never Sleeps

You can even throw in Long May You Run and Live Rust.

I really love Long May You Run.

For whatever reason, I reach for it more often that I do many of Neil's 70s records.

Just a super breezy, enjoyable record.

I think I've said this before, but trag's hate for A Man Needs a Maid is crazy. What a song.

I remember liking it, but I need to revisit LMYR, especially since I've been getting into a lot of Stephen Stills solo work lately.

He's so good. "Manassas" is a fantastic album.


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LMYR is legit great.


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 Post subject: Re: The Official Neil Young Thread
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tragabigzanda wrote:
A man needs a maid and the Beatles long and winding road or almost the exact same song to me: Overwrought ballads with whiny lyrics and lush instrumentation trying to create heavy meaning from subject matter that is not that interesting

I don't know, I think it's one of Neil's more straight-forward, affecting songs.

It probably helps that I was first familiar with the stripped-back Massey Hall version.


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 Post subject: Re: The Official Neil Young Thread
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Birds in Hell wrote:
Farmer John wrote:
Does any artist have a better decade than 1970s Neil Young? Just look at this list.

After the Goldrush
Harvest
Time Fades Away
On the Beach
Tonight’s the Night
Homegrown
Zuma
Hitchhiker
American Stars ’N Bars
Comes a Time
Rust Never Sleeps

You can even throw in Long May You Run and Live Rust.

I really love Long May You Run.

For whatever reason, I reach for it more often that I do many of Neil's 70s records.

Just a super breezy, enjoyable record.

I think I've said this before, but trag's hate for A Man Needs a Maid is crazy. What a song.


Agreed all around. "Midnight on the Bay" is such a gorgeous song.


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I really need to revisit LMYR


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The sense a deep dive coming on. Plus I need to read Shakey.


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Shakey really is a terrific music bio.


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I might listen as I read. There’s a few albums I haven’t heard and quite a few I haven’t heard in a decade or more.


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tragabigzanda wrote:
Shakey really is a terrific music bio.


yeah thats one i need to read too.

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 Post subject: Re: The Official Neil Young Thread
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Birds in Hell wrote:
tragabigzanda wrote:
A man needs a maid and the Beatles long and winding road or almost the exact same song to me: Overwrought ballads with whiny lyrics and lush instrumentation trying to create heavy meaning from subject matter that is not that interesting

I don't know, I think it's one of Neil's more straight-forward, affecting songs.

It probably helps that I was first familiar with the stripped-back Massey Hall version.

Oddly, I totally agree with trag re: Maid but vehemently disagree re: Road.


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Listening to Peace Trail now.


This one was kinda boring. I guess thats way i didnt paid attention to it back in the day.

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