Neil Young and his new backing band called The Bluenotes recorded an album "This Note's For You", which was released in 1988. The album featured brass section, which provided a jazzier sound.
Most of the album's concept centered around the commercialism of rock and roll, and tours in particular (the title track is a social commentary on concert sponsorship).
The video for the title track famously included a Michael Jackson look-alike whose hair catches fire. The video parodied corporate rock… read more
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|2||Coupe de Ville||2,228 listeners|
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