Iconoclast, innovator and influence on numerous generations of musicians, Neil Young's career that has spanned 35 years and well over 40 albums.
During that time the music-buying public has seen many different faces of the man : the pioneering country-rocker of Buffalo Springfield; the plaintive troubadour of "After The Goldrush"; the megastar of supergroup Crosby Stills, Nash and Young; the proto-grunge merchant of "Rust Never Sleeps and Weld"; the Nashville schlocker of "Old Ways"; or (bizarrely) the electro-cowboy of "Trans".
About the Author
Nigel Williamson bought his first Neil Young album in 1969 at the age of 15. A former editor of the political weekly Tribune, he then worked as a political correspondent and columnist on The Times, before becoming that paper's news editor. Now freelance, he continues to write for The Times about music and culture, is a contributing editor to Uncut magazine and has a weekly column in Billboard. He is also one of the judges of the Mercury Music Prize.
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Series: Stories Behind the Songs
Number Of Pages: 191
Published: 2nd November 2010
Publisher: Carlton Books Ltd
Dimensions (cm): 20.2 x 14.7 x 1.7
Weight (kg): 0.34
Edition Number: 1