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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Japan
  • ASIN: B00005HG0P
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,527,651 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Ally Oop on 16 Jan. 2010
Format: Audio CD
This one is my favourite since the Rust collection and hugely under-rated. The songs sweep you away and lift you up with their vast cord changes.
This is mighty Neil at his best and his teaming with Pearl Jam is a master stroke. For those of you who think that he is welded to Crazy Horse listen to this hugely enjoyable collection for another time, you might surprise yourself.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By R. sherratt on 13 Dec. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Yes he has been labeled in the past under any heading that the music press deem fit. I own over 30 of his albums covering his many styles & unlike alot of his fans I think highly of this outing. Recorded with Pearl Jam, it illustrates a style that preceded this grunge genre that Neil Young has been using in electric sets especially with Crazyhorse.
This albums rips up like Crazyhorse want to, using fresh musicians to create a deeper sound.
If however you like his country style only & dont touch his heavier outings with the Horse then it wont be your thing. It is however 100%
Neil Young & it is as far as Im concerned up there with the best.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Neil on 29 Aug. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Probably a record to change my life, this one. I got it way back in 95 when it came out, cos I heard Pearl Jam were on it. I was a massive Pearl Jam fan at the time. I can barely bring myself to listen to them now. Nevertheless, this record introduced me to Neil Young and inspired my musical tastes, my guitar playing and songwriting in so many ways.

I don't think I've heard chord changes as big as the ones on these songs since. The guitars sound HUGE, and the songs are so smple, yet as with most of Neil Young's work, they are highly emotional.

Now, I always assumed that the lead guitar on this record was played by Mike McCready, until that is I got the Merkinball EP which was released by Pearl Jam as a companion piece to this. One track from that, "I Got Id" (still my favourite Pearl Jam song) featured Neil Young on lead guitar... and the lead guitar sounded exactly like the lead guitar on Mirror Ball, and was just as good. Really, Young's playing was (and still is) amazing to me. It's so expressive, and has unique tone. And the fact that he's not trying to play fast really at all was very encouraging to me when I was just learning to play guitar. "Song X", "Big Green Country" and "Throw Your Hatred Down" all feature AWESOME guitar solos; equal to if not better than many of his other amazing solos: "Southern Man", "Like A Hurricane" etc, etc, etc...

I know this record isn't considered among Shakey's greatest by many purists, and I can understand why but I think it's brilliant. I love all the same Neil Young albums as everyone else, and I think this is as good as any of them.
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When released in 1995 traditional Neil Young fans were up in arms at him associated with a young grunge band in the name of Pearl Jam. But with Young never going mainstream and with Pearl Jam in 95 yet to do so, we got a pretty rocking record. This is a guitars record, loud mushy guitars sliding back and forth, with vocals purposely turned a notch down and I love it. The combination works terrifically well. There are some outstanding works here, Act of Love, I'm The Ocean, Downtown- and two Young solos What Happened Yesterday and Fallen Angel are wonderful. This effort is in truth Young with members of Pearl Jam sans Eddie Vedder. Though Vedder does appear on Peace and Love.

A great record, well worth having- just turn the volume up and enjoy.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By "thomasbirch2" on 11 Nov. 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album marks Neil Young's collaboration with Pearl Jam. Neither a particularly engaging Neil Young album or Pearl Jam album, nevertheless this one gets by on the sheer forcefulness of the performances. Jack Irons and Jeff Ament keep the groove solid while Young and Stone Gossard whack out the riffs, and Pearl Jam axemeister Mike McCready sulks in the background, wondering why he doesn't get any soloes. The songs themselves are hypnotic and simple, usually consisting of repeated verses, lacking bridges or choruses to lighten the load. Only on "Peace and Love" is there a bridge section, and this was devised by Pearl Jam's Eddie Vedder, who must have dropped by to worship Mr. Young one afternoon. There are high points, such as the mighty "I'm the Ocean," and the daft "Downtown," but perhaps the most affecting songs are the two brief tunes performed by Young alone at his pump organ. In these melancholy viginettes, Young manages to convey the sense of loss he tries to create by bluff and bluster elsewhere, with a haunting eloquence. A solid collection.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By P. Clack on 10 Dec. 2008
Format: Audio CD
Been out a few years now but having at last got this album recently,I've one thing to say..it's absolutely brilliant,a classic NY album.I'm a huge NY fan have nearly all of his albums,so why this ones taken so long for me to get is beyond me,because it's one that grows with every play.From beginning to end it contains some pretty fine NY songs sung and played so well you'd think Neil and Pearl Jam gigged together on a regular basis.Good solid garage grunge nobody but Neil can do this well.Standout tracks for me include a stomping Downtown the opening SongX ,Truth Be Known,in fact they are all good.it would be nice for them to get together and give us all a dose of the rockin' magic provided here.5 Stars all the way.
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