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Neil Young: Album by Album (Hardback)

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By Chris White
Imprint: White Owl
Pages: 232
Illustrations: 16 mono illustrations
ISBN: 9781399068185
Published: 1st May 2024

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With an illustrious career stretching back almost six decades and encompassing 50 solo studio albums alone, Neil Young is one of the most prolific, compelling figures in the history of popular music, equally revered as both an acoustic singer-songwriter and as the force of nature frontman of rock legends Crazy Horse. As he enters his late seventies, Young remains as energetic and relevant as ever, locking horns with streaming giant Spotify in protest against their alleged promotion of COVID-19 misinformation and continuing to release new music when many of his contemporaries have long since faded away into comfortable retirement.

Neil Young: Album by Album is the most complete retrospective of the great Canadian’s discography ever written. Covering his entire solo career from his 1968 debut to 2023's Before and After, the book offers in-depth, track-by-track reviews of every Young studio album, providing an engaging insight into the restless creativity that gave the world classics like After the Goldrush, Harvest and Rust Never Sleeps.

Also including detailed timelines covering the different phases of Young’s life, sections on the artist’s early years and his live and archive releases, and an entertaining essay ranking his solo albums from worst to best, this comprehensive book is equally indispensable for both diehard Young fans and those listeners seeking to discover more of his formidable body of work.

As seen in 'Where To Start With… Neil Young'. Read the article here!

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About Chris White

Chris White has been reviewing music for over 15 years, contributing regularly to a range of websites including BBC Music and MusicOMH and covering a variety of genres from rock and indie to folk and world music. He has juggled his music writing with a successful career leading internal communications for large organisations.
Originally from Burton upon Trent, Chris now lives in London and alongside listening to his thousands of CDs, enjoys museums, walking and supporting Derby County F.C.

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