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Neil Young - Prairie Wind mp3 track

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Performer: Neil Young
Title: Prairie Wind
Country: US
Released: 2005
Style: Country Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.6 ✦
Other format: DXD MIDI TTA VOC TTA AU DTS

Tracklist

1 Untitled

Notes

DVD includes Sessions Movie, High Resolution Album and More (Biographies / Discographies, DVD Credits & Weblink).

Judging by the matrices, it looks like the commercial US pressing of DVD Neil Young - Prairie Wind in a brown paper cardboard sleeve.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Neil Young Prairie Wind ‎(DVDr, DVD-V, Promo, NTSC) Reprise Records none US 2005
W/O#254162 Neil Young Prairie Wind Documentary Promo ‎(DVDr, DVD-V, Promo, NTSC) Reprise Records W/O#254162 US 2005

Tracklist

1 Documentary Promo, Long Version With "The Painter"
2 It's A Dream
3 This Old Guitar

Notes

Issued in a generic plastic DVD case without artwork.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
49494-2 Neil Young Prairie Wind ‎(DVD-V, Promo, NTSC) Reprise Records 49494-2 2005
W/O#254162 Neil Young Prairie Wind Documentary Promo ‎(DVDr, DVD-V, Promo, NTSC) Reprise Records W/O#254162 US 2005

Neil Young is the self-titled debut studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young following his departure from Buffalo Springfield in 1968, issued on Reprise Records. Some sources place the album's release date on January 22, 1969, while other sources have the release date as Young's 23rd birthday, November 12, 1968. It was then partially remixed and re-released in November 1969, but at no time has the album ever charted on the Billboard 200.

The tracks I personally like best are "Far from Home" for being a rollicking song and "It's.

Neil Young has come a long way since the 1990s, when he reigned as rock’s noisiest elder statesman. In 2005, he’s as far removed from Ragged Glory as Ragged Glory was from Tonight’s the Night, and his past ten years have been his quietest ever. For Prairie Wind, Young returns to familiar ground, the country-rock sound of Seventies discs such as Harvest and Comes a Time. It’s his simplest music in a while, but it’s effective. He spends the album saying goodbye to his friends, his family, the Canadian landscape and Elvis, in a reflective mood that suits the old-timey acoustic groove. Young cut Prairie Wind in Nashville, while commuting to New York to get treatment for a near-fatal brain aneurysm. His brush with mortality colors the new songs, as does the recent death of his father

Release Date: Sep 27, 2005 Record label: Reprise Genre(s): Rock. 75 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Prairie Wind - Very Good, Based on 2 Critics. They do sound eerily similar

Prairie Wind is being pushed as the third in a trilogy of classic Neil Young acoustic albums, after Harvest and Harvest Moon. They do sound eerily similar. The tracks were written as Young suffered a brain aneurysm, and initially it feels as if he had simply dug out his most beautiful old songs and written new words. However, the familiarity reveals itself to be a clever ploy, as Prairie Wind contrasts simpler days with post-9/11 global panic. The songs grow darker, richer and more haunting with each listen

Young’s newest album, Prairie Wind, promises an entirely different result, right from its first pensive acoustic-guitar plucks. While the pastoral vibe is still front-and-center, the record puts a much greater emphasis on melody and-like its musical and spiritual cousins Harvest, Comes A Time and Harvest Moon -it’s quietly brimming with lonesome, countrified folk-rock catharsis. Considering his lyrical canon, it’s safe to say Neil Young believes in the healing power of Home-unsurprising for someone who’s probably spent more of his life touring than he’d care to remember. A good home is an anchor, a respite from the madness of the road, a place to get your head together.

Singer-songwriter Neil Young discusses his latest album, Prairie Wind. It was recorded as Young was being treated for a brain aneurysm earlier this year. Young wrote some of the songs on Prairie Wind in 15 or 20 minutes, he tells Scott Simon. It doesn't take me very long when I get started. I just try to remain open. The album is released Sept. 27; a concert film directed by Jonathan Demme is also forthcoming. NPR's Up First is the news you need to start your day.