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Homegrown

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Neil Young's "lost album," Homegrown, gets its debut 41 years late. Young shelved it because he "just couldn't listen to" the heartache, which followed the collapse of his romance with actress Carrie Snodgress. Meant to fall between Harvest and Comes a Time, the 1974 time capsule fits neatly in that space. "Separate Ways" and "Try," both featuring drums by Levon Helm, truly feel like an extension of Harvest: the former a noir-country lament and the latter an ambling plea for love lifted aloft by Emmylou Harris' backing vocals. Throughout, train-whistle harmonica is a Greek chorus, popping up on the gorgeous and hopeless "Star of Bethlehem" ("All your dreams and your lovers won't protect you") and stripped-bare "Love Is a Rose"—which would be made famous in '75 by Linda Ronstadt and here ends with urgent guitar chords like exclamation points of warning. There are moments of indulgence—you're safe to skip any title that's the name of a place—but also songs that stand with his best. The blistering "Vacancy" ("You poison me with that long, vacant stare") and high-lonesome "White Line," with Robbie Roberston, aren't to be missed. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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1
Separate Ways
00:03:33

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Pedal Steel Guitar - Elliot Mazer, Producer - Tim Drummond, Bass - Levon Helm, Drums

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

2
Try
00:02:48

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Pedal Steel Guitar, Background Vocals - Elliot Mazer, Producer - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Background Vocals - Tim Drummond, Bass - Levon Helm, Drums - Joe Yankee, Piano

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

3
Mexico
00:01:40

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Piano, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Producer

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

4
Love Is A Rose
00:02:17

NEIL YOUNG, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Harmonica, MainArtist - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer - Tim Drummond, Bass

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

5
Homegrown
00:02:47

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Slide Guitar - Elliot Mazer, Producer - Tim Drummond, Bass - Karl T Himmel, Drums

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

6
Florida
00:02:58

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Narrator, Writer, MainArtist, Sounds - Ben Keith, Producer, Narrator, Sounds

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

7
Kansas (6/12/75)
00:02:12

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Producer

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

8
We Don't Smoke It No More
00:04:50

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Producer, Slide Guitar, Background Vocals - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer - Tim Drummond, Background Vocals, Bass - Mazzeo, Background Vocals - Stan Szelest, Piano - Karl T Himmel, Drums

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

9
White Line
00:03:13

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - ROBBIE ROBERTSON, Guitar, MainArtist - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

10
Vacancy
00:03:58

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Producer, Slide Guitar, Background Vocals - TIM MULLIGAN, Producer - Tim Drummond, Background Vocals, Bass - Stan Szelest, Wurlitzer - Karl T Himmel, Drums

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

11
Little Wing
00:02:12

NEIL YOUNG, Composer, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Producer

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

12
Star of Bethlehem
00:02:48

NEIL YOUNG, Producer, Guitar, Lead Vocals, Writer, Harmonica, MainArtist - Ben Keith, Vocals, Dobro - Elliot Mazer, Producer - EMMYLOU HARRIS, Vocals - Tim Drummond, Bass - Karl T Himmel, Drums

© 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc. ℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions, Inc.

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Neil Young's "lost album," Homegrown, gets its debut 41 years late. Young shelved it because he "just couldn't listen to" the heartache, which followed the collapse of his romance with actress Carrie Snodgress. Meant to fall between Harvest and Comes a Time, the 1974 time capsule fits neatly in that space. "Separate Ways" and "Try," both featuring drums by Levon Helm, truly feel like an extension of Harvest: the former a noir-country lament and the latter an ambling plea for love lifted aloft by Emmylou Harris' backing vocals. Throughout, train-whistle harmonica is a Greek chorus, popping up on the gorgeous and hopeless "Star of Bethlehem" ("All your dreams and your lovers won't protect you") and stripped-bare "Love Is a Rose"—which would be made famous in '75 by Linda Ronstadt and here ends with urgent guitar chords like exclamation points of warning. There are moments of indulgence—you're safe to skip any title that's the name of a place—but also songs that stand with his best. The blistering "Vacancy" ("You poison me with that long, vacant stare") and high-lonesome "White Line," with Robbie Roberston, aren't to be missed. © Shelly Ridenour/Qobuz

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