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8 thoughts on “ Thrasher - Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Rust Never Sleeps (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. An unofficial news blog for Neil Young fans from Thrasher's Wheat with concert and album updates, reviews, analysis, and other Rock & Roll ramblings. Separating the wheat from the chaff since ‘Way Down in the Rust Bucket’. A must for all Crazy Horse fans! Arriving later this year in Vinyl, Blu-ray and CD. Produced and Directed.
  2. A film entitled Rust Never Sleeps premiered in July , comprising concert footage shot the previous year at San Francisco's Cow Palace, but a simultaneously released album of the same title was more interesting. An acoustic side featured Young solo, while an electric side saw him backed by stage band Crazy Horse.
  3. Jul 20,  · On Rust Never Sleeps, San Franciscans bore witness to a beloved Woodstock alumnus bidding farewell to his formative era and embracing the zeitgeist of the late ‘70s. The album proved his longevity.
  4. Rust Never Sleeps, an Album by Neil Young & Crazy Horse. Released 9 July on Reprise (catalog no. HS ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Country Rock, Singer/Songwriter, Folk Rock.
  5. "Rust Never Sleeps" is one of Neil Young's seminal albums. Backed by Crazy Horse, he displays his acoustic skills on the A-side (on the original vinyl-tracks on the CD/MP3) and his electric skills on the B-side (tracks ). "Hey, Hey, My, My" provides one of the most memorable lines in Rock lyrics, "It's better to burn out than to fade away."/5().
  6. Jul 11,  · Forty years ago today, on July 11, , the concert film, Rust Never Sleeps, by Neil Young, debuted at the Bruin Theatre in Westwood, Los Angeles, album of the same name was released simultaneously. The title is borrowed from the slogan for Rust-Oleum paint, and was suggested by Mark Mothersbaugh of the new wave band is also an aphorism describing Young.
  7. Though not really a concept album, Rust Never Sleeps is about the occupation of rock & roll, burning out, contemporary and historical American violence, and the desire or need to escape sometimes. It's an exhortation about coming back for those of us who still have that .
  8. Live album by the Canadian singer/songwriter and the American band. Most of the album was recorded live, then overdubbed in the studio. Young used the phrase 'rust never sleeps' as a concept for his tour with Crazy Horse to avoid artistic complacency and try /5().

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