71. Neil Young - After the Gold Rush

Neil Young

Neil Young stands as an icon of the sixties, an artist who has done the music his own way, with sincerity, authenticity, and verve. Over the years, he produced memorable songs. He always made what he wanted on his terms, and has never sold out to commercialism or appealed to mainstream. Young is an iconoclast, unpredictable and unreliable from a business sense, and a kind of prima donna, but he always plays straight from the heart and groin, and one knows that the guy playing that guitar so powerfully is in control of the strongand and amazing sounds coming from it.

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