To his credit, his acoustic pieces are great. His rock music though largely sounds like a guy who knows nothing about rock music trying to play rock music. There are some highlights (Powderfinger, Cortez the Killer), but.....
I loved the Harvest Moon album.
when he wasn't murdering acoustic guitars (sorry, I can't stand anything Neil recorded with an acoustic).
He is, however, an incredible acoustic guitarist, a chord-playing mofo. He's always been great in that area.
She's got two and sadly these days they could be closer to her knees than her shouldersAs Grace Slick said, “All rock 'n' rollers over the age of 50 look stupid and should retire.” You know she got a point!
I hear you. And I agree.When I was a kid, I first loved the Beatles.
The next band that caught my attention was Buffalo Springfield.
The first Beatle album I owned was HELP.
My next album was Buffalo Springfield Again.
I actually heard BS’s eponymous album before Again, but didn’t have the finances to buy it.
I was 10.
So, like with Sirs Paul & Ringo, I can’t give up on Neiler just yet.
He and Stephen Stills have a big place in my heart.