Neil Young

Neil Young

FOLK-ROCK USA & CANADA 1969 ../.. 1972

Neil Young
Neil Young, (born 1945 in Toronto)

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In addition to achieving success in his solo career, Neil Young has been a member of the two legendary bands Buffalo Springfield (1966-68) and Crosby Stills Nash & Young (CSNY, 1970-71).  At the age of 27, upon the release of his fourth solo LP “Harvest” (1972), he became a living legend of American folk and country-rock . During his 55 years career from 1966 to 2021, he recorded nearly 500 songs in more than 40 studio albums, with the song Goin’ Home (2002) as the climax of the latter part of his career. Neil Young’s most noticeable early appearances on TV came with the tracks Mr Soul in 1967 and ‘Don’t Let It Bring You Down in 1970, a song that was later covered by many artists included by Eurythmics’ singer Annie Lennox in 1995.

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BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD ft NEIL YOUNG

∙   1966 BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD   ∙   Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing   ∙   Burned   ∙   Do I Have to Come Right Out and Say It   ∙   1967 AGAIN   ∙   For What It’s Worth /   Mr Soul   ∙    Expecting to Fly   ∙    Broken Arrow   ∙   1968   LAST TIME AROUND   ∙   On the Way Home   ∙   I Am a Child   ∙

CSNY (CROSBY STILLS NASH & YOUNG)

∙   1970 DÉJÀ VU   ∙   Helpless   ∙   Country Girl   ∙   1971 4-WAY STREET   ∙   Southern Man   ∙   Ohio   ∙   Down by the River   ∙

NEIL YOUNG (solo career and with CRAZY HORSE)

∙   1968 ∙   LIVE AT CANTERBURY HOUSE   ∙   Sugar Mountain   ∙   1969   ∙   NEIL YOUNG   ∙   The Loner / Cinnamon girl   ∙   The Old Laughing Lady   ∙   The Last Trip to Tulsa   ∙   1969   ∙   EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS IS NOWHERE   ∙   Round & Round (It Won’t Be Long)   ∙   The Losing End (When You’re On)   ∙   Cowgirl in the Sand   ∙  

∙   1970   ∙   AFTER THE GOLD RUSH   ∙   After the Gold Rush   ∙   Oh, Lonesome Me   ∙   Don’t Let It Bring You Down   ∙   1971   ∙   LIVE AT MASSEY HALL   ∙   Ohio   ∙   Dance Dance Dance   ∙   1972   ∙   HARVEST   ∙   Heart of Gold   ∙   Out on the Weekend   ∙   A Man Needs a Maid   ∙   Old Man   ∙   The Needle and the Damage Done   ∙   JOURNEY THROUGH THE PAST   ∙   Journey through the past   ∙   1973   ∙   TIME FADES AWAY (live)   ∙   Love in my mind   ∙   1974   ∙   ON THE BEACH   ∙   On the Beach   ∙   Ambulance Blues   ∙  

∙   1975   ∙   TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT   ∙   Tonight’s the Night   ∙   Albuquerque   ∙   ZUMA   ∙   Don’t Cry No Tears   ∙   Cortez the Killer   ∙   1976   ∙   LONG MAY YOU RUN   (with Stephen Stills)   ∙   Long May You Run   ∙   Midnight on the Bay   ∙   1977   ∙   AMERICAN STARS’N BARS   ∙   Will to Love   ∙   Like a Hurricane   ∙   1978   ∙   COMES A TIME   ∙   Comes a Time   ∙   Lotta Love   ∙   1979   ∙   RUST NEVER SLEEPS   ∙   My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)   ∙   Powderfinger (live 1985)   ∙

∙   1980   ∙   HAWKS & DOVES   ∙   Little Wing   ∙   Captain Kennedy   ∙   1981   ∙   RE·AC·TOR   ∙   Southern Pacific   ∙   1982   ∙   TRANS   ∙   We R In Control   ∙   1983   ∙   EVERYBODY’S ROCKIN’   ∙   Wonderin’   ∙   1986   ∙   LANDING ON WATER   ∙   Touch the night   ∙   1988   ∙   THIS NOTE’S FOR YOU   ∙   This note’s for you   ∙   1989   ∙   FREEDOM   ∙   Rockin’ in the Free World   ∙ 

∙   1990   ∙   RAGGED GLORY   ∙   Mansion on the Hill   ∙   Over and Over   ∙   1992   ∙   HARVEST MOON   ∙   Harvest Moon   ∙   War of Man   ∙   1994   ∙   SLEEPS WITH ANGELS   ∙   Prime of Life   ∙   Change Your Mind   ∙   1996   ∙   BROKEN ARROW   ∙   Big Time   ∙

∙   2002   ∙   ARE YOU PASSIONATE?   ∙   Goin’ Home   ∙   2010   ∙   LE NOISE   ∙   Hitchhiker (1976 song)   ∙   2012   ∙   PSYCHEDELIC PILL   ∙   Grey Riders   ∙   Walk Like a Giant   ∙   2017   ∙   THE VISITOR   ∙   Children of Destiny   ∙   Almost Always   ∙   2019   ∙   COLORADO   ∙   Milky Way   ∙   2020   ∙   HOMEGROWN   ∙   Separate Ways (1974 song)   ∙   2021   ∙   BARN   ∙   Welcome back   ∙ 

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