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There's a problem loading this menu right now. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Initially titled 'I Wonder,' this song was written in One of my first songs. This is a live recording from Japan with Crazy Horse. Pushed It over the End. Recorded live on the road in Chicago, I wrote it for Patty Hearst and her countless brothers and sisters. Also, I wrote it for myself and the increasing distance between me and you. The album has been lauded in many quarters as one of the best examples of a career retrospective for a rock artist, and as a template for the box set collections that would follow in the s and beyond.
However, in the original article on Young from the first edition of the Rolling Stone Illustrated History of Rock and Roll and a subsequent article in the Rolling Stone Record Guide , critic Dave Marsh used this album to accuse Young of deliberately manufacturing a self-mythology, arguing that while his highlights could be seen to place him on a level with other artists from his generation like Bob Dylan or The Beatles , the particulars of his catalogue did not bear this out.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Neil Young. Recording Industry Association of America. Retrieved May 23, Jason Kaulas. Phil Van Leynseele. Robert Vaughan. Purchasable with gift card. Includes unlimited streaming of From the Vaults, Vol. The CD comes with an obi strip and liner notes detailing the rarity of the songs on this collection. From the vaults of Studio One comes an 18 track bonanza of rare sides featuring both the label's top hit-makers as well as some of its more obscure artists.
From Alton Ellis, Johnny Osbourne, and the Gaylads to Roy Tomlinson, the Soulites, and the Officials, the collection spans the label's output from the late sixties to the early eighties. These recordings might be rare, but they are some of the best "forgotten" songs released by Studio One.
Where once only found in the collections of reggae aficionados and fetching tidy sums on the internet, From the Vaults, Vol. Studio One has always been Jamaica's premier label, having discovered and recorded some of the top names in reggae. All 18 songs here are found on LP for the first time, with two previously unreleased. Glen and Dave - Love Got Me Black and George - Peanut Butter The Gaylads - Tears from My Eyes Leave a reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
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