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so quick quick, which albums should i get to break me in?
is what everyone says.
used to have it on Vinyl. Mmmmmm.
And to think I once thought 'Only Love Can Break Your heart' was a St Etienne song! :(
Apart form the ST Eteinne thing.
After the Gold Rush it shall be.
i'll report back and demand more.
How can Harvest Moon in anywhere Neil Young's top 3 albums?
Everyone Knows This Is Nowhere
After The Goldrush
Tonight's The Night
On The Beach
Rust Never Sleeps
That covers his heyday. And buy the other tunes from Decade on iTunes.
is exceedingly good.
everybody knows this is nowhere
rust never sleeps
on the beach
tonight's the night
after the goldrush
and it's very good as well.
i knew i'd like neil young, so this makes me very happy.
No-one's mentioned that one yet...
Plus of course:
After the Goldrush
Been listening to the live album solidly for the last few days. Brilliant! What a bill too, NY & CH with Miles Davis.
After the Gold Rush and Harvest are my favourites, but I've not heard much. If you want to "get into" him as in learn a bit about him, the 33 1/3 book about Harvest is great.
I'm gonna get wasted and listen to this tonight. Tis one of my all time big ones.
ragged glory man
good call the dogg.
for "starters" just get Decade.
I've missed the boat on this one a bit...
Er..buy all the albums up to, but not including Comes a Time, then buy Rust Never Sleeps and the Massey Hall and Filmore live reissues. Then buy Sleeps with Angels and Ragged Glory (and maybe Comes a Time if you fancy it).
Then pick around the rest apart from Landing On Water, which is by a long stretch his worst album.
On The Beach and Tonight's the Night should be next though.
I like Zuma and tuff with crazy horse best. Don't like the more folky stuff really...
is seriously the best young/horse record since danny whitten junked it, has some real raw leads, total sunday afternoon stoner jam vibes, plus mother earth is on some spiritual shit
its brilliant. underated IMO. Its not the place to start though. dylanesques list is pretty difintive as starting points.
Re-Ac-Tor, Ragged Glory and Mirrorball are all worth checking out, but are secondary in priority. Trans is pretty bad, but worth listening to too, as an insight into his psyche, i.e. his constant impulse to evolve.
is good for a nice selection of acoustic songs done with some electric oomph.
has some class joints on it, love surfer joe and motor city but man "ssssssssssssshots" cracks me up every time i hear it and t-bone is like 9mins and 9secs too long
I'm a big fan with the whole collection. I would honestly say that On The Beach is my most returned to LP.
There is something magic about it. I would recommend to start there.
you meant sexually wanted to 'get into him'
he's not worth it