Neil hits his stride
Posted by: Phil from: Mundelein, Il on
It is strange to hear Neil Young before the death of Danny Whitten, the event that set the tone for the rest of the decade and that was responsible for arguably his finest album, Tonights the Night. But Neil's voice hits fever pitch on the first grunge song ever, Southern Man. His guitar is as disjointed and independant as anything Lou Reed ever played. He even delves into Elton John territory on the haunting piano-driven title track. Other highlights include Tell Me Why and I Believe in You. This album is probably better than his most popular, Harvest. Worth many repeated listens.
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