Good debut but nothing like the solo works Young produced immediately after like After The Gold Rush.
Originally released in 1968, this is Neil Young's solo debut after the collapse of Buffalo Springfield. It's somewhat overshadowed by his later, better albums, but it's a good example of his more mellow, country-inflected style (that would fully bloom on "Harvest") and has at least two classic songs, "The Loner" and "The Old Laughing Lady," as well as two instrumentals, and the long, rambling, Dylan-ish "The Last Trip to Tulsa." Former bandmate Jim Messina, Ry Cooder, and Jack Nitzsche are among the musicians. The cover painting would look great on the side of a van. He would really hit his stride the next year when he formed Crazy Horse and released "Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere." Part of the Neil Young Archives series.
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