Neil Young - Journey Through the Past


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Media: Book, Sheet Music
Artist: Neil Young
Catalogue #: HL00331009
ISBN: 9780879307417
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The Stories Behind the Classic Songs of Neil Young. Neil Young's musical evolution has been as versatile as rock itself: pioneering country-rocker with Buffalo Springfield; seminal folk-rocker with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young; gentle acoustic guitarist; crashing hard rock electric guitarist; grunge prototype; and good-times rock 'n' roller. This cerebral singer/songwriter has penned unforgettable melodies, harmonies and lyrics, portraying plaintive sadness, lilting warmth and ragged anguish with his unmistakable tenor voice. Offering detailed analyses of this idiosyncratic musician's songs and the stories behind them, this book examines all of Young's key albums from 1967 to 2000, including such milestones as After the Gold Rush, Harvest, Tonight's the Night, Rust Never SLeeps, Harvest Moon, Silver & Gold and many others. An essential companion to one of the most important of all rock repertoires.



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Format: Reference
Length: 160 pages
Language: English
Publisher: Backbeat Books
Author: Nigel Williamson

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