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While their earlier works covered more musical topography, Grin’s final album plays like a band coming into their own sound while retaining slivers of their musical influences. “You’re the Weight” opens with a boot-stomping strut and chunky rhythm guitar riffs rubbing against more fluid electric guitar leads played by Nils Lofgren and his brother Tom (who also provides some nice vocal harmonies here). Producer David Briggs gives 1973’s Gone Crazy the warmth of a Neil Young album without sounding derivative of Young’s sound — even on more country-tinged numbers like “Boy & Girl.” “Beggar's Day” was written as a eulogy to original Crazy Horse guitar player Danny Whitten and later covered by Nazareth on their 1975 hit album Hair of the Dog. “Ain’t For Free” closes with smoldering, end-of-the-party blues-rock.

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Breif history of band founder Nils Lofgren,Worked with Grin,Neil Young ,solo artist.Currently playing with Bruce Springsteen. Nils is a great musician and singer/songwriter.I had this on vinyl years ago and was thrilled to find it on Itunes, I love this album! Nothing earthshaking just good rocknroll! Check out his solo work too.


Formed: 1969 in Washington D.C.

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s

Before he was under the wing of Neil Young and before he made a series of underappreciated solo albums, guitarist Nils Lofgren formed Grin, a trio that was devoted to simple, basic rock & roll, in 1969. None of Grin's albums were commercially successful -- they only received good reviews, not sales -- but each showed a promising, dynamic group. Unfortunately, the group never fulfilled its potential, but the finest of its albums featured some terse, brilliant guitar from Lofgren that ranks...
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