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World Record by Neil Young
“Take some time to live before you die”
Homegrown by Neil Young
He’s strange, but please don’t ever change.
Sleeps With Angels by Neil Young
Personal growth shouldn’t be restricted to childhood.
Toast by Neil Young with Crazy Horse
“I had forgotten about these songs, put them out of my mind and went on living my life.”
I’m Not Sorry, I Was Just Being Me by King Hannah
“We want to sound authentic and real”
Archives Volume II 1972-1976 Disc 1 (“Everybody’s Alone”) by Neil Young
There’s no danger of these songs being perfectly in tune and maybe that’s why it all sounds so wonderful.
Harvest by Neil Young
“See the lonely boy out on the weekend trying to make it pay. Can’t relate to joy, he tries to speak and can’t begin to say”
Zuma by Neil Young
If someone’s actions result in unhappiness, ruin or denying opportunity for someone else, is a simple apology enough to wipe the slate clean?
Freedom by Neil Young
“I am not a preacher but drugs killed a lot of great men”
Trans by Neil Young
Heavily disguised heartbreak
Long May You Run by The Stills Young Band
A missing thruppence
Journey Through The Past by Neil Young
Memory is created from bits of experience stored around the brain
On The Beach by Neil Young
Living With War by Neil Young
Time Fades Away by Neil Young
Exploring the power of a trilogy