Neil Young

Live at Massey Hall: 1971

Neil Young
Live at Massey Hall: 1971
Neil Young is one of the most distinguished artists in Canadian music history, a musician who has been in a constant state of evolution, bridging the gaps between folk, rock and country, and is considered a godfather of grunge. In the 36 years since the recording of this performance at Massey Hall, little has changed in his bashfully fragile voice. This landmark performance plays like a greatest hits album, with tracks such as “Old Man,” “Needle and the Damage Done,” “Cowgirl in the Sand” and “Tell Me Why” shining bright. At the time of recording, a lot of these tracks were new, evidence of why Young has enjoyed such longevity.
Trevor Savory
categories: Canadian artist

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