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Psychedelic Pill

Neil Young & Crazy Horse

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Drifting Back Indeed

Well, this was a surprise. After sampling Neil's last few albums I was almost afraid to risk more bitter disappointment, but this pill ain't bitter - it's really, really good. I haven't heard much of 'Sleeps with Angels' which is supposed to be very good, and I suspect perhaps similar to this album. Aside from that though, this must be the best Crazy Horse album in a very long time. On first listen, I reckon it's better than Ragged Glory. It is similar to RG in that primary interest comes from the way Neil & the Horse paint intricate pictures with electric guitar whilst the drums and base keep the whole show together propelling each song forward and providing a crucial contrast to the intermittent, mutating thrill and intrigue that comes from the guitar in the foreground. It seems more nuanced than Ragged Glory, there are more colours, and overall the album seems uncharacterstically focused. As though the guys worked out a new way to blend some of their best elements together. So there are hints of Ragged Glory, but Neil's voice seems more reminiscent of his albums up to After the Goldrush. There are even subtle hints of Trans on the title track (in a good way). Typical of Neil's albums, the lyrics aren't really the point. Although, on this album I thought they were very effective at times, even potent. Most of the tracks maintain an impressive standard, with each providing their own unique interest. The title track best exemplifies how this is a pretty contemporary sounding album. Ramada Inn was probably the highlight for me, whilst Born in Ontario, Twisted Road and For the Love of Man are a touch weaker than the rest. Overall though, it holds together ultra nice.

Ramada Inn

For those of us who discovered Neil sitting with the old laughing lady many years ago, we have travelled his winding road for decade after decade. And some of the turns have come with quite a shock. There has been plenty of quality along the way but this album takes us back to the pure gold of the early 70s.
A heady mix of Cinnamon Girl, Cowgirl in the Sand and Harvest. Thanks for the memories Neil.

Old Hippies Never Die

Brilliant album! Reminiscent of 70s Neil Young with a healthy dose of 90s Crazy Horse. Further proof Neil Young is just as relevant today as when he was starting out. Check this album out. The first track is an epic! Thoroughly recommended, particularly for the die hard fans.

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