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Kangaroo Kev:
I never thought his later stuff (and I mean 1980 on) was as good as his earlier stuff

Sir John Johns:
I gotta dig out my EKTIN record - the cd sounds so flat, compared to the vinyl

post 1980 - ragged glory & sleeps with angels are my faves.

i also like Trans, but I'm funny that way....

In My Life:
I'm just now really getting into his music. I knew his work with CS&N and a few other songs but "After the Gold Rush" was what drew me in. It's nice because my son and I actually can agree on this. He couldn't wait to tell me that one of the news anchors reporting astronaut Neil Armstrong's death accidentally said Neil Young, to which I replied, "Hey, hey...my, my. Neil Young didn't die".  roll:)

Hombre_de_ningun_lugar:

--- Quote from: In My Life on November 16, 2012, 06:13:31 AM ---I'm just now really getting into his music. I knew his work with CS&N and a few other songs but "After the Gold Rush" was what drew me in. It's nice because my son and I actually can agree on this. He couldn't wait to tell me that one of the news anchors reporting astronaut Neil Armstrong's death accidentally said Neil Young, to which I replied, "Hey, hey...my, my. Neil Young didn't die".  roll:)

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His work in Buffalo Springfield is also essential.

Buffalo Springfield - Mr. Soul

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