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Ragged Glory by Neil Young

Album

Ragged Glory

Neil Young

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Album

Ragged Glory

Neil Young

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Label: Reprise
Neil Young continued his stylistic and critical resurgence with 1990's Ragged Glory. Teaming up with Crazy Horse, he delivers an appropriately loud, messy guitar-orgy of a record along the same lines as Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere and Zuma. "Country Home" is a live staple from back in the day, further cementing the classic feel of the record. Less than a reunion, Young and his buddies sound like they're just doing what they're accustomed to, which is turn it all the way up and wander in and out of key. "Farmer John" is a major highlight.

About This Album

Neil Young continued his stylistic and critical resurgence with 1990's Ragged Glory. Teaming up with Crazy Horse, he delivers an appropriately loud, messy guitar-orgy of a record along the same lines as Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere and Zuma. "Country Home" is a live staple from back in the day, further cementing the classic feel of the record. Less than a reunion, Young and his buddies sound like they're just doing what they're accustomed to, which is turn it all the way up and wander in and out of key. "Farmer John" is a major highlight.

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About This Album

Neil Young continued his stylistic and critical resurgence with 1990's Ragged Glory. Teaming up with Crazy Horse, he delivers an appropriately loud, messy guitar-orgy of a record along the same lines as Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere and Zuma. "Country Home" is a live staple from back in the day, further cementing the classic feel of the record. Less than a reunion, Young and his buddies sound like they're just doing what they're accustomed to, which is turn it all the way up and wander in and out of key. "Farmer John" is a major highlight.