Neil Young - Storytone
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Based on 19 reviews
2014 Ratings: #806 / 845
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Based on 11 ratings
November 4, 2014 / Release Date
LP / Format
Reprise / Label
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Half of this album sounds like a fucking soap opera! Who needs that? It's like if you had to listen to A Man Needs a Maid off Harvest about 6 times in the course of one album. (A fine enough tune, but that album version is horrendous).

Neil's solo work can tend to be more tedious than that with Crazy Horse, here we're treated to a political eco-folk-drama and its orchestral version and his car's place in the environment, which may seem like more of Greendale, Fork in the Road, Le Noise and Silver & Gold, and it basically is, albeit jazzed up to a minimalistic and memorably personal sound that makes neil sound unplugged in your room. Certainly a stylistic approach similar to A Letter Home, but somewhat more ... read more
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Track List

  1. Plastic Flowers
  2. Who's Gonna Stand Up?
  3. I Want To Drive My Car
  4. Glimmer
  5. Say Hello To Chicago
  6. Tumbleweed
  7. Like You Used To Do
  8. I'm Glad I Found You
  9. When I Watch You Sleeping
  10. All Those Dreams
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Added on: October 9, 2014