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This is a great album made noticeable by the "Cortez" track and the introduction of Frank Sampedro to the Crazy Horse rythm line up on this his debut album. The final track also includes Crosby, Stills and Nash which is a nice final touch of easy listening.
one first buying this album on original release i was under-whelmed. It did not quite live up to the expectations I hade built up following "on the Beach" and "Tonight's the Night" however, coming back to it now I am delighted to say that it now sounds fuller and more melodically developed than I first imagined; playing is superb and the arrangements I once thought fussy now sound fresh and original
The middle frequencies are exquisite on this Lp. I'm sure fans of this album wont be disappointed. It's easily one of the best vinyls I've heard. The album seems to end so quickly. As they say I suppose time flies when your having fun. For the price it's a bargain. This is my second favourite Young album behind on the beach. Anyway enough of irrelevant me, it's a warm and thought provoking experience.Enjoy
Every track a killer. Neil at his best. I really like the closing song, 'Through My Sails' and think it probably finishes far too abruptly. Unlike the 'Tonight's The Night' album, Neil's vocals are back on top form for this one. Excellent!
there is no arguing that this is a great neil young album so i am sticking to reviewing how the cd actualy sounds. Unlike certain other young cd's this one is NOT remastered and therefore does not sound as good as it could sound. In Neil's own words sound matters; why not release this recording with the superb sound quality the other NYAors-cd's have?