Tuesday March 31, 2020

Albums of the Week

11th December, 2016
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Canadian singer-songwriter, socio-political activist and one of contemporary rock music’s most prolific recording artists, Neil Young is beginning to look like one of the last icons still standing. Leonard Cohen is gone, and Joni Mitchell stopped recording original albums almost ten years ago. The one major singer-songwriter figure from the 1960s still recording and touring is Bob Dylan, who has released four fewer studio albums than Young has. For his 40th outing, Young chooses current...

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