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Actually, one of the greatest albums.
I'd put this in the upper third of his albums and found it to be very different than what I'd expected since I'd heard Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere before this one.
The following song 'The Old Laughing Lady' is a very pretty song with beautiful background music, he sings it so wonderfully.
Can't go wrong with Neil Young's first album remastered. I compared the original CD to the remastered and the sound is better quality.Published 1 month ago by Brian Commissaris
peaceful and melodic
haven't gotten tired of this one
a lot of great thoughts by a man here
put together in a nice way
unfortunately, that's... Read more
This past weekend I purchased and listened back-to-back to the newly remastered and restored versions of Neil Young's first two solo albums, Neil Young and Everybody Knows this is... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Word Nerd
Over the past 44 years, I have owned this album on vinyl, 8 track, and on CD. When Neil Young went back in and remastered this album as part of his archival project work, I wanted... Read morePublished 5 months ago by ben1950
Back in the day, this music was a well worn LP in my collection. Unfortunately, in reproducing that sound into digital form all quality was lost. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Nancy Bouvier
This Album is, in my opinion, one of the best, if not the best, Neil has put together since he left the Buffalo Springfield. Funny that it is his first solo album. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Jeff McDonald
Been listening to this album/cd for a long time. Still find it a joy to listen to. A good addition to any music library.Published 14 months ago by John L. Roberson
About 40 years ago I first heard this album as a teenager, entranced by the lyrics, country influences and string arrangements on some of the songs. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Robert L. Lazar
His early stuff (this album and "Everybody Knows This is Nowhere") are his best. Underknown gem on this one is the instrumental "Emperor of Wyoming".Published 22 months ago by MT