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It’s Harvest Time with Neil Young!

My Year of Neil Young, Part 4: My album review of ‘Harvest’

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Harvest, Neil Young’s fourth studio album as a solo artist, was released on February 1, 1972. I just heard it for my first time in the middle of February 2022, so it’s mostly “new” to me — except for the popular songs “Heart Of Gold,” “Old Man,” and “The Needle And The Damage Done.”




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Pierce McIntyre

Pierce McIntyre

Lover of music, tv, books, and movies. Perpetual jokester. Founder of Plethora of Pop.

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