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Colorado (gatefold 140 gram vinyl 2xLP (side 4 etched) + 7")
Cat: 009362 4898917. Rel: 25 Oct 19
  1. Think Of Me (3:02)
  2. She Showed Me Love (13:36)
  3. Olden Days (4:04)
  4. Help Me Lose My Mind (4:15)
  5. Green Is Blue (3:48)
  6. Shut It Down (3:41)
  7. Milky Way (5:58)
  8. Eternity (2:44)
  9. Rainbow Of Colors (3:36)
  10. I Do (5:36)
  11. Rainbow Of Colors (Solo - live In Portland May 2019)
  12. Truth Kills
Review: Where do you start with a new album from Neil Young? One of the great rock artists of the 1970s hasn't stopped since - much to the joy of many and the derision of others - and here presents his staggering 39th studio album. Recorded in the mountains of Colorado, as those who watch the accompanying film will know only too well, in many ways it's his most significant work since "Le Noise", and certainly has the power you'd hope from reunification with backing band Crazy Horse. "Colorado" is incredibly personal and intimate, and yet also focused on subjects that are much farther reaching than you or I. It's politically charged and socially motivated, while never forgetting it's the small stories that often resonate most with listeners. A true master here closer to the top of his game than he has been in a very long time, if there's justice in the world it will win over new fans by the bucketload.
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Colorado (CD)
Cat: 009362 4898900. Rel: 25 Oct 19
  1. Think Of Me
  2. She Showed Me Love
  3. Olden Days
  4. Help Me Lose My Mind
  5. Green Is Blue
  6. Shut It Down
  7. Milky Way
  8. Eternity
  9. Rainbow Of Colors
  10. I Do
Review: Where do you start with a new album from Neil Young? One of the great rock artists of the 1970s hasn't stopped since - much to the joy of many and the derision of others - and here presents his staggering 39th studio album. Recorded in the mountains of Colorado, as those who watch the accompanying film will know only too well, in many ways it's his most significant work since "Le Noise", and certainly has the power you'd hope from reunification with backing band Crazy Horse. "Colorado" is incredibly personal and intimate, and yet also focused on subjects that are much farther reaching than you or I. It's politically charged and socially motivated, while never forgetting it's the small stories that often resonate most with listeners. A true master here closer to the top of his game than he has been in a very long time, if there's justice in the world it will win over new fans by the bucketload.
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