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  • dogblues

    I can't decide between on the beach or after the gold rush. they're both masterpieces.

    last week
  • sandrarichm

    Love this Music

    13 days ago
  • jessyrocker

    Amazing

    16 days ago
  • TheUselessGolem

    Storytone has been growing on me a lot (acoustic version), great heartfelt songwriting in that direct, artless Neil way. The upcoming record should be awesome too. I love the songs as previewed live: again direct and artless, but with that charming, disarming Homegrown swing and attitude to it. Plus excellent melodies.

    17 days ago
  • jessyrocker

    Big Fan Here

    last month
  • P4name

    Tonight's The Night is the best Neil Young album and my favourite.

    last month
  • rogerjazzfan

    Tonight's the Night...recorded in 1973 and oficialy released in 1975...I love that album with all my heart...

    March 2015
  • SSBN623

    shit for brains, jim simon here shut the fuckup . . . what the fuck you been plantin' besides your di ck in cunts that was unconsciene objector that owe me money . . . I would ask for your thoughts but it appear your danm brain be busy ! thanx JMS (here is the number four the $h-club)

    March 2015
  • kick_yr_crutch

    Shelter me, from the powder and the finger...cover me with the thought that pulled the triggah!

    March 2015
  • sheepmachine

    "Human Highway, what a song." - seconded. The Bernstein recording is my most listened, but I love the studio version because of the backing vocals. & Landing on Water and Trans are both fantastic. Computer Age (!!!), Weight of the World, Transformer Man, Sample and Hold, and Hippie Dream are way up there. (I do happen to be partial to synths and outdated visions of the SPACE AGE, but that's not all of it) Neil is a genius

    March 2015
  • TheUselessGolem

    Musically it's unquestionably one of his best recordings, but the singing and lyrics get too much in the way for me. Zone them out, though and you get minutes and minutes of glory in Driftin' Back (and that's just the start of the album)...

    March 2015
  • jgawd

    anybody else heavily fuck with psychedelic pill? possibly in my top 5 neil albums

    March 2015
  • eric_montana

    Austin City Limits 1984 yeeeee haww

    March 2015
  • TheUselessGolem

    Human Highway, what a song. Best in the lonesome '73 Santa Monica Flyers show renditions, but the Comes a Time recording has its distinct charm.

    March 2015
  • rockopa53

    Younger than ever !!!

    March 2015
  • kick_yr_crutch

    Damn right @Flash_Flem, I haven't even listened to every album of his, although probably discovered his best

    February 2015
  • sandrabjorg

    Love this Music

    February 2015
  • flash_flem

    @kick_yr_crutch, looking at your list makes me think I missed out some classics. Problem is Neil has too many great songs :)

    February 2015
  • kick_yr_crutch

    And throw Come On Baby Let's Go Down Town, from Tonight's The Night, in there somewhere :)

    February 2015
  • kick_yr_crutch

    @ flash_flem, Something like... Old Laughing Lady, Everybody Know's this is Nowhere, Mansion On The Hill, Southern Man, Pocahontas, Don't Cry No Tears, Helpless, Alabama, Hey Hey My My (Out Of The Blue), Old Man, Powderfinger, Cinnamon Girl, Cortez the Killer, Don't Let it Bring You Down, White Line, Like a Hurricane (Encore) Rocking in The Free World into Cowgirl in the Sand in a 2 hour inprov jam/distortion fest. There's loads I've missed out!

    February 2015
  • EduSkynyrd

    I Love You Man

    February 2015
  • minuszeroLastFM

    Vote up: http://www.last.fm/music/Neil+Young/+images/103431285

    February 2015
  • flash_flem

    What would be everyone's dream set list? Mine would be something like this: My My Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue), Thrasher, Harvest Moon, Only Love Can Break Your Heart, Heart Of Gold, After The Gold Rush, See The Sky About To Rain, Driveby, Through My Sails, Old Man, Albuquerque, On The Beach, Rockin In The Free World, Revolution Blues, Powderfinger, Change Your Mind, Blue Eden, Like A Hurricane, Don't Cry, On Broadway, Scenery, No More, No Hidden Path, Hey Hey My My (Into The Black), Encore - Cortez The Killer, Natural Beauty,

    February 2015
  • sheepmachine

    i think trans is a work of genius

    February 2015
  • Dmitry_Prilipko

    Этот парень однозначно лучше Дилана.

    February 2015
  • Cox_of_Seagulls

    Trans is underrated as fuck.

    January 2015
  • zykoveddy

    Landing on Water is pretty decent if you can stomach 80's synth production. I love 80's synths, so I have no problem with Landing on Water.

    January 2015
  • TheUselessGolem

    I think it'd have to be among the '80s work, because '90s Neil has his stalwart supporters, even Broken Arrow. Hawks & Doves, Everybody's Rockin', Old Ways, Landing on Water, Life. All have wonderful material on them. Landing on Water has become my own second favorite Neil, behind only On the Beach! Chrome Dreams II is a worthy mention too, though. Such a stellar record, and so completely overlooked and ignored by fans, it seems.

    January 2015
  • hawker27

    Mirrorball, Hawks and Doves and Le Noise would be my pick for NY's underrated records. Oh and also Reactor.

    January 2015
  • flash_flem

    Also Sleeps with Angels is amazing

    January 2015
  • IanCurtis13

    Everybody's Rockin' is the most underrated

    December 2014
  • flash_flem

    What does everyone think is Neil's most under-rated album? I would say either Mirror Ball, Broken Arrow or Chrome Dreams II.

    December 2014
  • d1lll1nger

    !

    December 2014
  • masodikgalamb

    Dead Man soundtrack!!!!!

    December 2014
  • petross85

    Truly one of the greatest musicians of all time. A genius

    December 2014
  • schuh1381

    It's gonna take a lotta love to make things work out right.

    December 2014
  • FilipeMatos4004

    Man Of gold!!

    December 2014
  • Envisaomdoden

    Storytone is great. Just like everything else by this wonderful man.

    December 2014
  • flash_flem

    I cannot believe the amount of golden material this man has produced. One of the music greats

    December 2014
  • Beerkiss

    Got Live at Massey Hall as an early Christmas present and I don't think I'll ever listen to anything else now. It's beyond perfection.

    December 2014
  • ladidavid

    I like the music in "dead man"

    December 2014
  • juliacfonseca

    Esse cara é um bruxo! Misticamente maravilhoso ♥

    December 2014
  • TheUselessGolem

    Yeah, solo acoustic Storytone is good shit - my favorite Neil release since Chrome Dreams II, an album I really love. Some of the songs are '70s/'80s era good. Neil's old theory about the pairing of heartbreak/separation and great creative work coming through again...

    November 2014
  • Bel-Ka-Trazet

    The whole thing is fabulous!

    November 2014
  • Tymbolic

    Tumbleweed, When I Watch You Sleeping and All Those Dreams are my favorites from Storytone. Beautiful.

    November 2014
  • Walenta

    Heavypop Review: http://www.heavypop.at/neil-young-storytone/

    November 2014
  • Roflcopter_Down

    lol just imagine a stoned neil young aimlessly browsing the internet reading these shouts

    October 2014
  • zykoveddy

    Trans, hell yeah!

    October 2014
  • seanbonner1

    TRANS FTW

    October 2014
  • impronen

    DEAD MAN OST, peoples. Thats where the gold is.[3] Oh, I seem to have ended up quoting myself. Well, couldn't have said it better myself or erm, how does this go? DEAD MAN OST to the top of the charts!

    October 2014