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Tonight's the Night

Neil Young

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Written and recorded in 1973 shortly after the death of roadie Bruce Berry, Neil Young's second close associate to die of a heroin overdose in six months (the first was Crazy Horse guitarist Danny Whitten), Tonight's the Night was Young's musical expression of grief, combined with his rejection of the stardom he had achieved in the late '60s and early '70s. The title track, performed twice, was a direct narrative about Berry: "Bruce Berry was a working man/He used to load that Econoline van." Whitten was heard singing "Come On Baby Let's Go Downtown," a live track recorded years earlier. Elsewhere, Young frequently referred to drug use and used phrases that might have described his friends, such as the chorus of "Tired Eyes," "He tried to do his best, but he could not." Performing with the remains of Crazy Horse, bassist Billy Talbot and drummer Ralph Molina, along with Nils Lofgren (guitar and piano) and Ben Keith (steel guitar), Young performed in the ragged manner familiar from Time Fades Away -- his voice was often hoarse and he strained to reach high notes, while the playing was loose, with mistakes and shifting tempos. But the style worked perfectly for the material, emphasizing the emotional tone of Young's mourning and contrasting with the polished sound of CSNY and Harvest that Young also disparaged. He remained unimpressed with his commercial success, noting in "World on a String," "The world on a string/Doesn't mean anything." In "Roll Another Number," he said he was "a million miles away/From that helicopter day" when he and CSN had played Woodstock. And in "Albuquerque," he said he had been "starvin' to be alone/Independent from the scene that I've known" and spoke of his desire to "find somewhere where they don't care who I am." Songs like "Speakin' Out" and "New Mama" seemed to find some hope in family life, but Tonight's the Night did not offer solutions to the personal and professional problems it posed. It was the work of a man trying to turn his torment into art and doing so unflinchingly. Depending on which story you believe, Reprise rejected it or Young withdrew it from its scheduled release at the start of 1974 after touring with the material in the U.S. and Europe. In 1975, after a massive CSNY tour, Young at the last minute dumped a newly recorded album and finally put Tonight's the Night out instead. Though it did not become one of his bigger commercial successes, the album was immediately recognized as a unique masterpiece by critics, and it has continued to be ranked as one of the greatest rock & roll albums ever made. ~ William Ruhlmann

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Tonight's the Night

Neil Young

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Tonight's the Night 00:04:41

Nils Lofgren, Guitar - NEIL YOUNG, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - Ben Keith, Background Vocals - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - Ralph Molina, Drums, Background Vocals - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer - Billy Talbot, Bass Guitar

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

2
Speakin' Out 00:04:57

Nils Lofgren, Guitar - NEIL YOUNG, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - Ben Keith, Background Vocals - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - Ralph Molina, Drums, Background Vocals - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer - Billy Talbot, Bass Guitar

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

3
World on a String 00:02:25

NEIL YOUNG, Lyricist, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, MainArtist

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

4
Borrowed Tune 00:03:25

NEIL YOUNG, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

5
Come on Baby Let's Go Downtown 00:03:35

Danny Whitten, Electric Guitar, Writer, Background Vocals - NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - Jack Nitzsche, Electric Piano - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - Ralph Molina, Drums, Background Vocals - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer - Billy Talbot, Bass Guitar

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

6
Mellow My Mind 00:03:10

Nils Lofgren, Piano - NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - Ben Keith, Pedal Steel Guitar - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - Ralph Molina, Drums, Background Vocals - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer - Billy Talbot, Bass Guitar

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

7
Roll Another Number (For the Road) 00:03:04

Nils Lofgren, Piano, Background Vocals - NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - Ben Keith, Background Vocals - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - Ralph Molina, Drums, Background Vocals - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer - Billy Talbot, Bass Guitar

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

8
Albuquerque 00:04:01

Nils Lofgren, Piano, Background Vocals - NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - Ben Keith, Background Vocals - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - Ralph Molina, Drums, Background Vocals - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer - Billy Talbot, Bass Guitar

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

9
New Mama 00:02:13

Nils Lofgren, Guitar - NEIL YOUNG, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - Ben Keith, Background Vocals - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - Ralph Molina, Drums, Background Vocals - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer - Billy Talbot, Bass Guitar

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

10
Lookout Joe 00:03:54

NEIL YOUNG, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer - Jack Nitzsche, Piano - Ben Keith, Slide Guitar - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer - Tim Drummond, Bass Guitar - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer - Kenny Buttrey, Drums

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

11
Tired Eyes 00:04:36

Nils Lofgren, Piano, Vocals - NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - DAVID BRIGGS, Producer, Recorded by - Ben Keith, Guitar, Vocals - Chris Bellman, Masterer - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer, Engineer, Recording Engineer - Ralph Molina, Drums, Vocals - GABBY GARCIA, Engineer, Recording Engineer - Billy Talbot, Guitar, Bass

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1975 Warner Records Inc.

12
Tonight's the Night, Pt. II 00:04:52

NEIL YOUNG, Writer, MainArtist

1975 Warner Records Inc. 1974 Warner Records Inc.

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Written and recorded in 1973 shortly after the death of roadie Bruce Berry, Neil Young's second close associate to die of a heroin overdose in six months (the first was Crazy Horse guitarist Danny Whitten), Tonight's the Night was Young's musical expression of grief, combined with his rejection of the stardom he had achieved in the late '60s and early '70s. The title track, performed twice, was a direct narrative about Berry: "Bruce Berry was a working man/He used to load that Econoline van." Whitten was heard singing "Come On Baby Let's Go Downtown," a live track recorded years earlier. Elsewhere, Young frequently referred to drug use and used phrases that might have described his friends, such as the chorus of "Tired Eyes," "He tried to do his best, but he could not." Performing with the remains of Crazy Horse, bassist Billy Talbot and drummer Ralph Molina, along with Nils Lofgren (guitar and piano) and Ben Keith (steel guitar), Young performed in the ragged manner familiar from Time Fades Away -- his voice was often hoarse and he strained to reach high notes, while the playing was loose, with mistakes and shifting tempos. But the style worked perfectly for the material, emphasizing the emotional tone of Young's mourning and contrasting with the polished sound of CSNY and Harvest that Young also disparaged. He remained unimpressed with his commercial success, noting in "World on a String," "The world on a string/Doesn't mean anything." In "Roll Another Number," he said he was "a million miles away/From that helicopter day" when he and CSN had played Woodstock. And in "Albuquerque," he said he had been "starvin' to be alone/Independent from the scene that I've known" and spoke of his desire to "find somewhere where they don't care who I am." Songs like "Speakin' Out" and "New Mama" seemed to find some hope in family life, but Tonight's the Night did not offer solutions to the personal and professional problems it posed. It was the work of a man trying to turn his torment into art and doing so unflinchingly. Depending on which story you believe, Reprise rejected it or Young withdrew it from its scheduled release at the start of 1974 after touring with the material in the U.S. and Europe. In 1975, after a massive CSNY tour, Young at the last minute dumped a newly recorded album and finally put Tonight's the Night out instead. Though it did not become one of his bigger commercial successes, the album was immediately recognized as a unique masterpiece by critics, and it has continued to be ranked as one of the greatest rock & roll albums ever made. ~ William Ruhlmann

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