Neil Young’s 35th studio album and his second new release this year is a million miles away from April’s A Letter Home. Where that album was about as raw and lo-fi as music gets, verging on unlistenable in parts, Storytone is the lushest release of a career that has spanned more than half a century.

Young wrote the songs in his usual way, on acoustic guitar and piano, before re-recording them...

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