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  1. The Story Of Neil Young ‘After The Gold Rush’ yielding “I Believe In You” and “Oh Lonesome Me” but quickly realised he preferred the atmosphere of the Canyon, continuing the process at the home studio set up in his lead-lined basement. The basement’s make-shift setup influenced the stark and plaintive sound of After The.
  2. Product description. Neil Young - After the Gold Rush - CD grogramesearchlisurderssimpnasibolgwe.xyzinfo After laboring in Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Neil Young finally hit perfect pitch--if his endearing off-center whine can be called "perfect"--with his third grogramesearchlisurderssimpnasibolgwe.xyzinfo's equally passionate with trippy riddles (has anybody figured out what "We've got mother nature on the run" means in the title track /5().
  3. Neil Young After the Gold Rush on Vinyl LP from Reprise. Mastered from the Original Analog Tapes and Pressed on at Pallas: Audiophile LP Pressing of Neil Young's After the Gold Rush Among the Best-Sounding Records You Could Own. The second of three consecutive masterpieces Neil Young recorded between and , After the Gold Rush captures the vibes, emotions, and cautious optimism .
  4. Tracklist: 1. Tell Me Why, 2. After The Goldrush, 3. Only Love Can Break Your Heart, 4. Southern Man, 5. Till The Morning Comes, 6. Oh Lonesome Me, 7. Don’t Let It Bring You Down, 8. Birds, 9. When You Dance I Can Really Love, I Believe In You, Cripple Creek Ferry.
  5. May 17,  · Neil Young - After the Gold Rush (full album) Endurance; 10 videos; , views; Last updated on May 17,
  6. Oh, Lonesome Me Lyrics: Everybody's going out and having fun / I'm a fool for staying home and having none / I can't get over how she set me free / Oh, lonesome me / There must be some way that I.
  7. After the Gold Rush was recorded with the aid of Nils Lofgren, a year-old unknown whose piano was a major instrument, turning one of the few real rockers, "Southern Man" (which had unsparing protest lyrics typical of Phil Ochs), into a more stately effort than anything on the previous album and giving a classic tone to the title track, a.
  8. This week, I’ve been listening to Neil Young’s album “After the Gold Rush” from Other than the title track, this album was new to me. Growing up, I heard his earlier album “Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere” from my parent’s CD collection. I loved his hard guitar playing style and still do. I remember seeing Continue reading Neil Young’s “After the Gold Rush”.

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