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Lovely and wistful: Neil Young and Crazy Horse's Barn reviewed

15 January 2022

9:00 AM

15 January 2022

9:00 AM

 Grade: A

I have persisted in buying everything Neil Young releases since I first heard On the Beach as a callow but pretentious 13-year-old. To tell you the truth, the past 27 years have somewhat tested this commitment. There has been a fatal laziness in the songwriting, lyrically and melodically, since 1994’s Sleeps with Angels and the preaching has become ever more tiresome.

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