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  • Singer: Neil Young
  • Album: After The Gold Rush & Harvest
  • MP3: 1834 mb | FLAC: 1941 mb
  • Released: 1981
  • Style: Folk Rock, Country Rock
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Neil Young - After The Gold Rush & Harvest mp3 flac

After the Gold Rush is the third studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released in September 1970 on Reprise Records. It is one of four high-profile albums released by each member of folk rock collective Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the wake of their chart-topping 1970 album Déjà Vu. Gold Rush consists mainly of country folk music, along with the rocking "Southern Man", inspired by the Dean Stockwell-Herb Bermann screenplay After the Gold Rush.

AFTER THE GOLD RUSH: Recorded at Sunset Sound and Sound City, Hollywood, and at Neil's home studio, Topanga, CA, Aug. 1969-June 1970 Originally released on Sept. 19, 1970 ℗ 1971 Reprise Records. HARVEST: Recorded at Quadrofonic Sound Studios - Nashville, Tenn. Broken Arrow Studio - California Barking Town Hall - London, England Royce Hall - UCLA - California ℗ 1972 Reprise Records. This Compilation: Made in Germany by WEA Musik GmbH, Alsdorf ℗ 1981.

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After the Gold Rush was Young’s follow-up solo project following the chart-topping success of the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young album Déjà Vu and was his second solo album. Unlike Young’s solo debut which failed to break the Billboard 200, After the Gold Rush reached number 8 on the Billboard chart. At the time of release, After the Gold Rush was not an immediate critical success. Rolling Stone criticised the album as none of the songs here rise above the uniformly dull surface. However, in the years following its release, the album has gained significant critical acclaim. In a 2013 career retrospective, Stereogum placed After the Gold Rush as the 3rd best Neil Young album characterizing it as not merely one Neil Young’s best albums, or even one of the finest albums ever made - it’s scripture. After the Gold Rush Q&A.

After the Gold Rush/Harvest. After his first recording with Crazy Horse, Neil Young returned to more of a singer/songwriter sound on his next two albums of the early '70s, After the Gold Rush and Harvest, both early high points in Young's career. The two albums were then combined, for a time, on a double-LP set or single cassette. Track Listing - Disc 1. Title/Composer.

The album bearing only Neil Young's name is the one that sounds least like him. It's a fine psych-tinged folk-rock set with colorful arrangements and top-shelf instrumental contributors like guitarist Ry Cooder and visionary keyboardist and arranger Jack Nitzsche, who would continue to work with Young periodically through the 70. With his newfound confidence, Young was poised to stretch, and After the Gold Rush sounds a bit like an overview of the Great American Songbook but with one guy writing almost all the songs. Members of Crazy Horse appear in various combinations on a few of tracks, and songs like "Southern Man" and "When You Dance I Can Really Love" have the hypnotically stoned but sneakily intense groove of the previous record.

Neil Young actually knew Charlie Manson a little, having been introduced to him at Beach Boy Dennis Wilson's house a few months before the Tate/LaBianca murders. After the Goldrush (1970). Probably Young's strongest all-round set, full of gentle melancholy and memorable melodies, including the classics 'Only Love Can Break Your Heart' and 'Southern Man'.

But Neil Young doesn’t have a publicist who’ll tip the media off whenever there’s a television to be flung from a hotel window. He’s a man who trusts his instincts and to hell with marketing execs and record company suits. Naturally, the man’s musical career is just as eclectic and discontinous as his day-to-day behaviour. Album-opener Tell Me Why is about as typical a Neil Young song as you are likely to hear. As with Southern Man, an upbeat rhythm and melody play counterpoint to a serious message. The acoustic guitar accompaniment is excellent, bass notes are used well to give the song a slight western feel. I'd say the live 'Unplugged', 'Harvest', 'After The Gold rush', 'Freedom', 'Harvest Moon' and finally the double cd set 'Decade'(compilation).

Album Information : Title: After the Gold Rush/Harvest. Release Date:1973-01-01. Sean Westergaard, All Music Guide.