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1. This Notes For You (Live Version)
2. This Notes For You (Edit Of Live Version)
3. This Notes For You (LP Version)
The CD you order/receive will be the 10 track listings...
1- Ten Men Working (LP Version)
2- This Note's For You (LP Version)
3- Coupe de Ville (LP Version)
4- Life In The City (LP Version)
5- Twilight (LP Version)
6- Married Man (LP Version)
7- Sunny Inside (LP Version)
8- Can't Believe Your Lyin ' (LP Version)
9- Hey Hey (LP Version)
10-One Thing (LP Version)
The Music is good. R&B section is top-drawer....Neil's R&B experiment concludes w/a successful record.
Others have already stressed the development of this album given the albums made around this time due to his difficulties with that other record label. Suffice it to say that they may be indicative of Neil's songwriting ability to produce such material, but they do not detract from this album being a tour de force.
The first few bars of ten men workin' set out the tenor for this album. A bluesy album with horns added is one of the strengths of this album. Not only does the format express his feelings but it allows him the opportunity to play those inimitable Neil Young solos but to do so in a song setting. There is a strong fit here between the horns, organ and guitar which reinforce each other and help emphasise the cynicism of the lyrics.
Particularly poignant is the title track which shows Young striking out at the music business and it's bed partners of big business. Remaining true to his principles in refusing sponsorship for tours, Young paints other artists in a harsh light of selling out their original ideals.
Again, listening to this album so soon after the performances at the Superbowl and the Olympics by our stars, it is easy to see why people like Neil Young should feel this way.
While the album typifies Neil Young in many ways, there seems to be much more bitterness in it that in most Neil albums.
Neil Young is one of those rare peformers who writes across a wide area of subjects. One minute a love song, another a piece of social commentary but do not expect the usual conclusions.Read more ›
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i've been seeing this all wrong for the last few years. once i said that i don't wanna know what the heck my heroes did on their own time... Read morePublished 5 months ago by .
Love this man and listen to hear why MTV banned him - he is too honest and has too much integrity for them!!Published 9 months ago by Karol Johnson
Neil Young with some bad ass horns backing it up. Mix in the signature cutting distorted beautiful tone of Neil's guitar and what do you have? One damn fine album!! Read morePublished 14 months ago by White Chicken
I'm far from a Neil Young fanboy. Lots of his stuff is frankly painful to endure . But I've always respected that he really actually has followed his muse regardless of commercial... Read morePublished 18 months ago by B. B. Donaldson
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