“After The Gold Rush” by Neil Young - album review

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TJR says

Nice to have Neil Young back in focus after his 'orrible but successful dalliance with Crosby, Stills and Nash. Starts strongly with “Tell Me Why”, “After The Gold Rush” and “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”, but side two fails to connect with me. Widely regarded as a masterpiece.

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A1 [02:54] 6.9.png Neil Young - Tell Me Why (Neil Young) Folk
A2 [03:45] 7.7.png Neil Young - After The Gold Rush (Neil Young) Songwriter
A3 [03:05] 6.7.png Neil Young - Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Neil Young) Folk Rock / Americana
A4 [05:41] 6.0.png Neil Young - Southern Man (Neil Young) Folk Rock / Americana
A5 [01:17] 5.3.png Neil Young - Till The Morning Comes (Neil Young) Country
B1 [03:47] 4.7.png Neil Young - Oh, Lonesome Me (Don Gibson) Folk Rock / Americana
B2 [02:56] 5.1.png Neil Young - Don’t Let It Bring You Down (Neil Young) Folk Rock / Americana
B3 [02:34] 5.2.png Neil Young - Birds (Neil Young) Songwriter
B4 [03:44] 4.8.png Neil Young - When You Dance I Can Really Love (Neil Young) Rock
B5 [03:24] 5.1.png Neil Young - I Believe In You (Neil Young) Folk Rock / Americana
B6 [01:34] 5.4.png Neil Young - Cripple Creek Ferry (Neil Young) Folk Rock / Americana

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