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|1. Tell Me Why|
|2. After the Gold Rush|
|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|
|9. When You Dance You Can Really Love|
|10. I Believe in You|
|11. Cripple Creek Ferry|
Neil's third (1970) album brought his songwriting to the fore with Only Love Can Break Your Heart; Southern Man , and Tell Me Why .
After labouring in Buffalo Springfield and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Neil Young finally hit perfect pitch--if his endearing off-centre whine can be called "perfect"--with his third album. He's equally passionate with trippy riddles (has anybody figured out what "We've got mother nature on the run" means in the title track?) and pointed protest (after 30 years of rock-radio overplay, "Southern Man" still rings with truth about redneck racism). His creaky ensemble, including pianist Jack Nitzsche and rotating members of Crazy Horse, transforms ramshackle country and folk songs into soulful hippie hymns. --Steve Knopper --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Huge fan of Neil Young's and this is a classic. The only reason I got it was due to the remastering. It does not disappoint. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Petronius
"look at mother nature on the run in the 1970's" - and in 2012, as this new vinyl remastered edition of the classic 1970 Neil Young album reminds us. Read morePublished on April 21 2012 by KenCo
CD came in pretty quick but the front cover had two big cracks in it and it was a present for my mom so I wasn't very impressed with that.Published on Dec 5 2011 by hj
This is one of the best albums in the rock history.
It contains some "normal" songs and some masterworks
"Southern man" is among the ten best songs of... Read more
Being a young classic rock fan, I don't find many other people who enjoy the music like I do. But anyways, this album is great.
Not one track is weak or tuneless. Read more
Length - 35:09
It's apparent that profound thoughts were swirling all through Neil Young's head when he recorded After The Gold Rush, an incredibly deep and beautiful album. Read more
I hadn't listened to Neil Young's "After The Gold Rush" in about six months or so and after hearing it again, I realized that this album may possibly be Neil's best effort. Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2004 by highway_star
When I first bought this album in 1970, I would've considered this a 5-star album. But after three decades, a few of the songs sound too dated, too much like museum pieces, to give... Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2004 by Rocco Dormarunno