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By 1975 Young had written some of the most enduring anthems in rock history. But from the slow, tension-building piano opening of "Tonight's the Night", he downshifts into darkness and Crazy Horse's folk-country melodies take on a guttural hum that would eventually speak to generations of punk and grunge musicians. Inspired by the overdose deaths of two of Young's friends, roadie Bruce Berry and guitarist Danny Whitten, the title track (and its closing reprise) is a hypnotic cry of "why?" Even the relative party songs, "Come On Baby Let's Go Downtown" and "Roll Another Number", fit the album's bus-to-nowhere resignation. --Steve Knopper
Who needs movies when you've got albums as evocative as Tonight's The Night? There aren't many artists who pour as much of themselves into their music as Neil Young, but unlike... Read morePublished 1 month ago by B.A.S.
A lifelong fan this is one of his top two albums imho. On The Beach is the other. A genius at the top of his game.Published 6 months ago by Martin Corbett
Even putting the folklore of this record's birth to one side (I encourage you to read about it...), I really think this is an album of elemental power. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. Hughes
i car`nt remember, 2 be honest i think some of it was good , but i woull`nt swear to itPublished 13 months ago by edith margery bradbury
great collection of song,s and one of these album,s that seem to get better the more you listenPublished 13 months ago by tiddleypips