Neil Young - Comes a Time (LP)

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GTIN13: 0093624917588

Verschijningsdatum: 18. augustus 2017

Aantal discs1

Aantal tracks:10

Speelduur:37:05

Sealed


    Disk 1 (LP)

  • 1 Goin' Back
    04:43 Young, Neil
  • 2 Comes a Time
    03:05 Young, Neil
  • 3 Look Out for My Love
    04:06 Young, Neil
  • 4 Lotta Love
    02:40 Young, Neil
  • 5 Peace of Mind
    04:06 Young, Neil
  • 6 Human Highway
    03:09 Young, Neil
  • 7 Already One
    04:53 Young, Neil
  • 8 Field of Opportunity
    03:08 Young, Neil
  • 9 Motorcycle Mama
    03:08 Young, Neil
  • 10 Four Strong Winds
    04:07 Young, Neil


Six and a half years later, Comes a Time finally was the Neil Young album for the millions of fans who had loved Harvest, an acoustic-based record with country overtones and romantic, autobiographical lyrics, and many of those fans returned to the fold, enough to make Comes a Time Young's first Top Ten album since Harvest. He signaled the album's direction with the leadoff track, "Goin' Back," and its retrospective theme augmented with an orchestral backup and the deliberate beat familiar from his number one hit "Heart of Gold." Of course, Young remained sly about this retrenchment. "I feel like goin' back," he sang, but added, "back where there's nowhere to stay." Doubtless he had no intention of staying with this style, but for the length of the album, melodies, love lyrics, lush arrangements, and steel guitar solos dominated, and Young's vocals were made more accessible by being paired with Nicolette Larson's harmonies. Larson's own version of Young's "Lotta Love," released shortly after the one heard here, became a Top Ten hit single. Other highlights included the reflective "Already One," which treats the unusual subject of the nature of a divorced family, the ironic "Field of Opportunity," and a cover of Ian Tyson's folk standard "Four Strong Winds" (a country Top Ten hit for Bobby Bare in 1965). ~ William Ruhlmann


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