September 27, 2005: Neil Young released “Prairie Wind”

Since Prairie Wind is a return to the soft, lush country-rock sound of Harvest; since Neil Young suffered a brain aneurysm during its recording; since it finds the singer/songwriter reflecting on life and family in the wake of his father’s death; and since it’s his most cohesive album in a decade, it would seem that all these factors add up …

Video of the day: Neil Young Trunk Show

“it had a moment in theatres, got terrific reviews” – Jonathan Demme “When I see him galumphing across the stage in the middle of No Hidden Path, so deep in a trance-state, making sounds that I’ve never heard and I find so thrilling … it’s like if Tchaikovsky had been a guitar player. I just think in terms of the …

15 great Americana/Country versions of Neil Young songs

  Neil Young has always had one foot in the rock camp and one in the country camp, he is one of the true entrepreneurs of country-rock. He has released pure rock albums and equally pure country albums, he has toured with rock bands and he has toured with a country music ensemble. “I was told that no matter what I did, …

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