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Ranges from the slight to the first-rate: Neil Young’s Homegrown reviewed

11 July 2020

9:00 AM

11 July 2020

9:00 AM

Grade: B+

Neil Young has been mining his own past very profitably for a long time now, disinterring a seemingly endless catalogue of stuff which, at the time it was recorded, failed to see the light of day. And people like me fork out each time. I remember looking forward to this album in 1975 — but just before the release date he shelved it in favour of Tonight’s the Night, easily the finest rock album of the 1970s (or, to my mind, since).

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