Another year, another mildly pleasant but unexceptional Neil Young album.
Prairie Wind - the final part of the trilogy that began with Harvest - in 1972 and continued with Harvest Moon two decades later - is a gentle, undemanding hybrid of country and folk containing few surprises.
Young's lyrics are the usual broadbrush strokes of rural wisdom and bucolic contentment, with the exception of No Wonder, a look back at September 11 viewed through the prism...
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