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Christgau, Robert (2007-11-01). "Neil Young Chrome Dreams II Album Review". Rolling Stone . Retrieved 2015-06-03. Young will embark on his first tour in several years this weekend, performing a solo acousticrun of the West Coast which will focus on songs he's never played live. a b Mitchum, Rob (August 7, 2023). "Neil Young – Chrome Dreams". Uncut . Retrieved August 11, 2023. Neil Young – guitar, vocal; Frank “Poncho” Sampedro – guitar, vocals; Billy Talbot – bass; Ralph Molina – drums, vocal

The summer 2023 release as it is coming to life now is exactly how Young perceives it and has a sense of monumentality about it that conveys a place in history,” Reprise said of the album. Austriancharts.at – Neil Young – Chrome Dreams" (in German). Hung Medien. Retrieved August 29, 2023. Andy Greene (August 2007). "Neil Young to Release Sequel to Unreleased 1977 Album". Rolling Stone. Archived from the original on September 3, 2007 . Retrieved 26 February 2008.Alexis Petridis. "CD: Neil Young, Chrome Dreams II | Music | The Guardian". Music.guardian.co.uk . Retrieved 2015-06-03. New Neil Young Album: "Chrome Dreams II" Set for Release October 16th". Warner Bros. Records . Retrieved 2007-11-28. [ dead link] this is my favourite neil young record, and i've waited for an official release of this for a long time now. my feelings are mixed. so here is a short rundown of my 2023 chrome dreams experience. Kreps, Daniel (June 30, 2023). "Neil Young Is Finally Releasing His Long-Lost Album Chrome Dreams". Rolling Stone . Retrieved August 11, 2023.

Sixteen years ago, in 2007, Neil Young puzzled quite a few people when he released a new album called Chrome Dreams II. Only his most devoted followers knew that the title was a reference to Chrome Dreams, an entirely different album he had put together in 1977 before shelving it in favor of American Stars ‘n Bars. The original Chrome Dreams leaked out years later as a bootleg drawn from the ’77 acetate, and many fans felt he had made the wrong choice. “In many ways,” Young biographer Jimmy McDonough wrote in his 2002 Young biography, Shakey, “ Chrome Dreams is a more powerful collection than the haphazard collection of American Stars ‘n Bars.”Recorded at Broken Arrow Ranch, 4/25/1976 with overdubs at Indigo Ranch Recording Studio, 12/3/1976. The long-bootlegged LP, featuring a dozen songs — many of them classics — that Young recorded between 1974 and 1977, will finally be released on August 11th via Reprise Records. But “lost” overstates the obscurity of Chrome Dreams, which was originally slated for release in 1977. Bootlegs have sat behind store counters and shady URLs for decades, and Young himself stripped it for parts almost immediately, reassigning songs to American Stars & Bars and Decade, re-recording others for Rust Never Sleep s. In recent years, he delegated Chrome Dreams exclusives to other lost records that jumped the line; most notably with the solo versions of “Pocahontas” and “Powderfinger” that came out in 2017 on Hitchhiker.



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