|1||–Buffalo Springfield||Mr. Soul (Non-LP Version)||2:31|
|Studio Session/Mixes Track 2-5|
|2||–Neil Young||If I Could Have Her Tonight||2:12|
|3||–Neil Young||I've Been Waiting For You||2:17|
|4||–Neil Young||Here We Are In The Years||3:21|
|5||–Neil Young||What Did You Do In My Life||1:48|
|6||–Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (Alternate Version)||2:10|
|7||–Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Cinnamon Girl (Edited Version With Different Vocal)||2:42|
|8||–Neil Young||Birds (Alternate/Non-LP Version)||1:33|
|9||–Neil Young||War Song (Non-LP)||2:31|
|10||–Neil Young||The Last Trip To Tulsa (Live 2/18/73-Non-LP)||4:13|
|11||–Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young||Pushed It Over The End (Live 8/27/74-12" Single)||7:35|
|12||–Neil Young||Campaigner (Original Electra Version)||4:15|
|13||–Neil Young||Home On The Range (12" Single Version)||2:51|
|14||–Neil Young||Weight On The World (Extended Remix 12" Single)||5:23|
|15||–Neil Young||This Note's For You (Live 4/13/88 Unedited Full Length Version)||5:48|
|16||–Neil Young||No More (Live 9/30/89)||4:40|
|17||–Neil Young & Crazy Horse||Don't Spook The Horse (Non-LP)||7:36|
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.
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Specialty Reissue Pressing Of The Third & Final Buffalo Springfield Album Featuring Stephen Stills & Neil Young. Vinyl & Gatefold Cover In Top Condition! Details. Hard To Find Original 1977 Japanese Pressing In Top Condition! Includes 4-Page Insert With Lyrics In English. Features The Neil Young Anthem, Like A Hurricane, Along With Other Recordings With Crazy Horse, Plus Gentler Numbers With Linda Ronstadt & Nicolette Larson. Neil Young - Comes A Time (Vinyl) Original Japanese Pressing Reprise Records (1978).
I've Been Waiting For You. 2:17. Here We Are In The Years. What Did You Do To My Life. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (Alternate Version). Radio Spot For Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere.
This is because Neil Young never was, and still isn’t, one artist. This list attempts, however, to solidify ten of his finest efforts into a single listing. They’re an entirely different beast that Young arrived to the party late with, so it doesn’t make sense to consider songs from their catalog. The title track is one of Neil Young’s strongest protest songs, met perfectly with a minimalist brass section and fiery lead vocals. 9. ‘Philadelphia’ (‘Philadelphia’ Soundtrack, 1993). One of Neil Young’s most emotional recordings was never featured on an album.
Neil Young's first four albums, remastered and gathered together in a pricey (but impressive) box se. It's getting hard to keep up with Neil Young. In addition to a new studio LP, 2009 has seen the release of the green-car concept album Fork in the Road, a new live set (Dreamin' Man Live '92), and of course the 10-disc Blu-Ray/DVD/CD extravaganza Archives Vol. 1, which documents the first 10 years of his musical life
Certainly, Harvest employs a number of jarringly different styles. Much of it is country-tinged, with Young backed by a new group dubbed the Stray Gators who prominently feature steel guitarist Ben Keith, though there is also an acoustic track, a couple of electric guitar-drenched rock performances, and two songs on which Young is accompanied by the London Symphony Orchestra.
Neil Young spent much of the 1980s experimenting with different genres, from new wave and country to rockabilly and blues. While all these albums all have great moments, they weren't exactly what his fanbase was craving; label boss David Geffen even sued Young for recording "unrepresentative music. But in 1990, Young called Crazy Horse back into the studio and cut a rock disc that stands up to anything he did back in the 1970s
Neil Young : Neil Young,disco, crónica, tracklist, mp3, textos. Data de aparición 22 Enero 1968. Labels Geffen Warner Music Group Reprise Records. Miembros poseen este álbum23. Re-Issue in 1987 and 2009 by Warner Music Group. Re-Issue in 2006 by Geffen. Re-Issue in 2010 by Reprise Records.