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Neil Young - Harvest (1972)

“Harvest” is the fourth album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released on February 14, 1972 on Reprise Records. It featured the London Symphony Orchestra on two tracks, while noted guests David Crosby, Graham Nash, Linda Ronstadt, Stephen Stills, and James Taylor contributed vocals.
After Neil Young left Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, he recruited a group of country session musicians (whom he christened The Stray Gators) and recorded a country rock record in “Harvest”. The record was a massive hit, producing a US number one single in "Heart of Gold". Other songs returned to some usual Young themes: "Alabama" was "an unblushing rehash of 'Southern Man'" and "The Needle and the Damage Done" was a lament for great artists who had died of heroin addiction. The album's success caught Young off guard and his first instinct was to back away from stardom. He would later write that the record put me in the middle of the road. Traveling there soon became a bore so I headed for the ditch. A rougher ride but I saw more interesting people there.
The album spawned two hit singles, "Old Man" and "Heart of Gold".

Side A
A1.  Out On The Weekend  (4:34)  
A2.  Harvest  (3:11)  
A3.  A Man Needs A Maid  (4:05)   
A4.  Heart Of Gold  (3:07)  
A5.  Are You Ready For The Country?  (3:23)  

Side B
B1.  Old Man  (3:24)  
B2.  There's A World  (2:59)   
B3.  Alabama  (4:02)  
B4.  The Needle And The Damage Done  (2:03)  
B5.  Words  (6:40)

Released:  1972
Label:  Reprise Records
Genre:  Country Rock
Format:  LP
Catalog#  44131

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