10 Songs, 38 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Neil Young loves vintage automobiles so much he made an album that sounds like them. The drums powering the country-funk get-down “Fuel Line” mimic hammers bashing out dents in rusty hubcaps, while the ’50s-style rocker “Johnny Magic” roars like a muscle car tearing down the blacktop. But not every cut is so explicit. Acoustic and disarmingly honest, “Light a Candle” is a classic Young ballad that meditates on the winding journey that is life.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Neil Young loves vintage automobiles so much he made an album that sounds like them. The drums powering the country-funk get-down “Fuel Line” mimic hammers bashing out dents in rusty hubcaps, while the ’50s-style rocker “Johnny Magic” roars like a muscle car tearing down the blacktop. But not every cut is so explicit. Acoustic and disarmingly honest, “Light a Candle” is a classic Young ballad that meditates on the winding journey that is life.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.0 out of 5
121 Ratings

121 Ratings

adullploy ,

Finally some not so old Young!

Finally a record from Neil Young that harkens back to the 70's, 80's and 90's when as a young grunge follower, I discovered him because so many bands cited him as an influence. This reminds me of the Young who is an influence. Who remembered he could plug in a guitar and sing about something besides the passing wind through the fields.

KyleE17 ,

Still Rockin'

You know what cracks me up? Neil still has the ability to drive people nuts. I love this record and everything that has come along with it (negative reviews, fan uproar, people talking about Neil being passed his prime). Neil Young is still challenging everyone with his music. are you up to the challenge?

NEIL FOREVER ,

Fork in the Road

Oh My God another classic record that will stand proudly along side of MirrorBall, Live Rust, and Freedom

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