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So splendid voice!
Perfectly fixed in "Sound City" movie...
Archives version is way different, I like AtGR version better.
Feathers fall around you
And show you the way to go.
Has to be the coolest metaphor for learning from your mistakes I've ever heard. Brilliant.
Canterbury House is definitive, yeah! Followed closely by the one-verse outtake with Crazy Horse.
Greatest song ever. And that's saying a fucking lot.
Love Neil but the Meters do this one better
I can't stand Neil but i must admit this is is sweet track.
the power at hand dosent want the people to choose. check out power tothepeople at facebook and let everyone know how you feel!!
So beautiful and sad
Just seemly love it...brings me to my knees.
when r we going to hear a tom waites track on this station
Did Cindi Lauper take "True Colors" from this?
woah, Topanga 1 version is pretty interesting!
Another great song from that fabulous album After The Gold Rush.
It is hard for me to imagine that I have been enjoying his music for over 40 years. How fucking cool am I.
Such a simple song so sensitively sung!
I first heard this song over 40 years ago, and it's still as beautiful as the first time I heard it.
Canterbury version is really amazing. just flawless
Linda Ronstadt does a brilliant version of this song
1st time i've heard this song. beautiful.
... love the visions of birds flying...
powerful & definitive: "IT'S OVER..."
fantastic. I prefer the live version at Canterbury House, but hey, I seem to enjoy everything Neil does more in a live setting.
NEIL YOUNG PADRE DEL ROCK
beautiful song, i love the harmonies.
how melancholic and how beautiful this song is? one of my favorite tunes ever...
This song tends to get a lot of flack. I don't know why -- it might be my favorite song on Gold Rush, although it's hard to pick one favorite... Anyway, just a beautiful song.
makes me sad.
Bette Midler did a good job with this.
Damn Linda Ronstadt.