No “best of” list here. Just a year-end housecleaning of random Odd Couples jabs, hooks and uppercuts – and not always above the belt.
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‘Sugar Mountain: Live at Canterbury House,’ issued on Dec. 2, 2008, presents Neil Young before he rose to solo stardom. But you’d never know it.
Buffalo Springfield’s “Mr. Soul,” released Oct. 30, 1967 on ‘Again,’ hints at the complex, sometimes confusing solo career to come for Neil Young.
‘Chrome Dreams II,’ released Oct. 23, 2007, showcased all of Neil Young’s many sides. A blockbuster 18-minute track brought everything into focus.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse’s ‘Greendale,’ released on August 19, 2003, explored murder, art and intrigue in a mythical coastal California town.
Released in July 1986, Neil Young’s ‘Living on Water’ began as a failed Crazy Horse collaboration. Then, it became something quite intriguing.
Neil Young’s “Wolf Moon” features a delicately inviting sound that leads long-time fans back to ‘Harvest’ and its terrific sequel ‘Harvest Moon.’
A single moment propelled Booker T. and the MGs toward a long-deserved return to the spotlight in the 1990s. Steve Cropper remembers.
‘Living with War,’ released on May 8, 2006, once more found Neil Young sandblasting away at the problems he saw with America.
Over a period of days this month, David Crosby has been discussing his fractured relationship with Neil Young, offering intriguing insights.