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Storytone by Neil Young

Album

Storytone

Neil Young

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Album

Storytone

Neil Young

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Label: Reprise
The novelty of Neil Young employing an orchestra (something he hasn't done in earnest since the '70s) shouldn't overshadow that Storytone is, thematically speaking, a tangled affair. Most of the album seems to vacillate between the singer-songwriter chronicling his crumbling marriage to longtime wife Pegi Young ("Like You Used to Do," "All Those Dreams") and his budding romance with actor Daryl Hannah ("Plastic Flowers," "I'm Glad I Found You"). On top of all this, Young finds time to defend the earth ("Who's Gonna Stand Up?") and croon ye olde highway blues ("I Want to Drive My Car").

About This Album

The novelty of Neil Young employing an orchestra (something he hasn't done in earnest since the '70s) shouldn't overshadow that Storytone is, thematically speaking, a tangled affair. Most of the album seems to vacillate between the singer-songwriter chronicling his crumbling marriage to longtime wife Pegi Young ("Like You Used to Do," "All Those Dreams") and his budding romance with actor Daryl Hannah ("Plastic Flowers," "I'm Glad I Found You"). On top of all this, Young finds time to defend the earth ("Who's Gonna Stand Up?") and croon ye olde highway blues ("I Want to Drive My Car").

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About This Album

The novelty of Neil Young employing an orchestra (something he hasn't done in earnest since the '70s) shouldn't overshadow that Storytone is, thematically speaking, a tangled affair. Most of the album seems to vacillate between the singer-songwriter chronicling his crumbling marriage to longtime wife Pegi Young ("Like You Used to Do," "All Those Dreams") and his budding romance with actor Daryl Hannah ("Plastic Flowers," "I'm Glad I Found You"). On top of all this, Young finds time to defend the earth ("Who's Gonna Stand Up?") and croon ye olde highway blues ("I Want to Drive My Car").