Review of the Moment: Neil Young's A Treasure "A genre unto itself"
The Review of the Moment of Neil Young's A Treasure is from associatedcontent.com by Robert Clark Young:
I've been left with two things from that Neil Young show of twenty-seven years ago: hot lava-like musical memories; and a scratchy bootleg a fellow fan sent me in 2003.
But this month I have a new experience to add to that old experience:
Neil has released his own reminiscence of that tour, A Treasure, the latest album in the Performance Series from his Archives project. It would be a mistake to call this album country music, although it is country music; it would be a mistake to call it country rock, although it is country rock; it would be a mistake to call it folk rock, although it is folk rock; and it would be a mistake to call it hard rock, although it is hard rock.
The man who made this record is famous for defying all labels, so let's just call it the music of Neil Young, a genre unto himself.
Read the full wonderfully evocative and in depth 9 page review at associatedcontent.com.