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Neil Percival Kenneth Robert Ragland Young, conocido como Neil Young, cantante canadiense, nacido en Toronto el 12 de noviembre de 1945. Hijo de un periodista deportivo, tras el divorcio de sus padres vivió siempre con su madre, con la cual se mudó a la ciudad de Winnipeg de pequeño.

Aunque fue mal estudiante, sus primeros pasos musicales los dio en la universidad. Fundó su primer grupo, Neil Young & The Squires, a…

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  • I don't know what it is about it, but "Albuquerque" has become my favorite song. That shit never leaves my head. [2] Kind of funny with your avi don't you think lol.
  • For a nice music list of the 10 greatest albums by Neil Young, just have a look here:
  • I don't know what it is about it, but "Albuquerque" has become my favorite song. That shit never leaves my head.
  • The tag "classic rock" don't bother me here. I can just ignore it.
  • Trans is most definitely terrific, upper-echelon Neil. The album that just hit me this week, though, is Le Noise. Awesome stuff! Not sure what I wasn't hearing the first ten, fifteen times... it's atmospheric, adventurous, sad, heavy, dark, raggedy in that classic Neil way, with a totally unique sound and perspective. I've been coming around on a whole lot of latter-day Neil in fact, stuff I'd thought was way below the level of his '70s and '80s excellence. Can't say I subscribe to that view at all anymore.
  • What an amazing artist. Oh and yeah Trans is incredibly underrated. Sample and Hold is awesome.
  • Lol Tidal
  • The whole Neil YOUNG catalogue is available via TIDAL, Check out for yourself, dear friends !
  • i think trans is a work of genius
  • So Neil doesn't allow streaming anymore because of terrible quality. AM radio and cassette tapes were better? I really wish someone who is close to him would pull him aside and explain how ridiculous a notion this is.

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