Harvest

Harvest

by Neil Young
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Harvest 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 16 reviews.
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a classic rock station played ''old man'' and the music and voice carried me back to the days when I was young and wild. This music never gets out dated. It still has the same power as it did twenty years ago. Do you have this on CD?
Guest More than 1 year ago
One of the greatest tapes to listen to with sandals on, or no shoes at all!
Guest More than 1 year ago
If you like mellow music this is the album to buy. Neil Young puts his heart & soul into his music.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album was released just as I was returning from VietNam. I heard it on radio station KXLS in Oklahoma City, stopped in at a local record store and bought it immediately. I was raised in a house where Hank Williams only stopped playing when something St Louis bluesy came on the radio. I never liked either and during my enlistment had come to enjoy classical music and especially Stravinsky. Young has taken the soap opera melodrama out of the country and the "poor little me" out of the blues and sings of the sorrow of every man in a real world way. It really struck home with me and apparently with the rest of the country. I wore out the LP of the album that I had bought and now I'm buying it on CD. If you haven't heard this one, you should. It's a little bit of a downer album, but if you know about positive thinking, it will help you think away your stress, and feel better for having listened. Put this recording on, relax, turn down the lights, and listen to the music and the lyrics - this is not back ground music - and I think you'll be glad you did.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I recently had the awesome good fortune of attending a live performance by Neil Young in Philadelphia. The man is over 60 and rocks like a teenager! He has overcome brain surgery as an adult and polio as a child. I purposely listened to this CD to see how he has evolved. His music is not out-dated, it's timeless! "Old Man" still captures that feeling when you cross over from adolescent to adult and can be appreciated by someone 24 "and so much more" and someone who is twice that age (like myself). "The Needle and the Damage Done" is as relevant today as the 60's and 70's. I recommend that everyone give Neil Young a listen. This album (remember albums?) was a number one seller in 1972. According to the liner notes, he performed nearly all of the album in a back brace due to a painful condition. This was over 30 years ago and he is still going strong. James Taylor and Linda Rondstadt provide backing vocals on "Heart of Gold". Additional background vocals on the album were provided by David Crosby, Graham Nash and Stephens Stills (sound familiar to anyone - CSNY?) If you don't recognize those initials, you need to do some Classic Rock research to get up to speed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The album that solidified Mr. Young as the legitimate solo contender to Bob Dylan. Album set a precedent that was an impossible act to follow for other artists. Although, not his best it still speaks volumes of what a real artist is expected to produce.
JohnQ More than 1 year ago
There is a whole lot more going on in this album than just "Heart of Gold" and even that great song is made better when heard in the context of the whole album. One of the best albums of all time and deserves to be a part of your collection.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Fantastic album!!! "Heart of gold" is one of the best ballads ever written.
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There are two good songs from this record. The songs are "Heart of Gold," and " Are You Ready For The Country." The second song was re-recorded by Waylon Jennings later on in the 1970's and is a better version. I do not care for the symphony orchestra in two of the selections making it very dated. This not a recommended record from this buyer. The group " America," had some better material.