Silver & Gold (Remastered) Neil Young
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- 1Good to See You02:48
- 2Silver & Gold03:16
- 3Daddy Went Walkin'04:01
- 4Buffalo Springfield Again03:23
- 5The Great Divide04:34
- 6Horseshoe Man04:00
- 7Red Sun02:48
- 8Distant Camera04:07
- 9Razor Love06:31
- 10Without Rings03:40
Info for Silver & Gold (Remastered)
Silver & Gold is the 23rd studio album by Canadian / American musician Neil Young, released on April 25, 2000. Many of these songs were written in the late 1990s, though the title track was written in 1981; by his own estimation, he had been trying to get "the take" on this song for around ten years.
"Silver & Gold went through a number of incarnations before it was finally released in the spring of 2000. The endless delays raised hopes for the album, as did superstition -- dedicated Neil Young fans believed he was creatively reborn at the end of each decade. Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, Rust Never Sleeps, and Freedom added credence to this theory, but those records were knocked out quickly, appearing a year after their predecessors. In contrast, Silver & Gold appeared four years after Broken Arrow. During those four years, all sorts of projects were in the works for Young, including a 1999 reunion with Crosby, Stills & Nash. His three songs on their comeback Looking Forward were pleasant acoustic numbers that often seemed a little slight. It was easy to assume that Young was saving the real treasures for his solo record, but Silver & Gold doesn't confirm that theory. Instead, it's a continuation of his Looking Forward contributions, performed with the warm, amiable ramble of Harvest Moon. A pleasant sound, to be sure, but not exactly what Young followers were expecting. They also may be a little dismayed to realize that two of its best songs, "Silver & Gold" and "Razor Love," date from 1982 and 1987, respectively, suggesting that Neil may not be at the top of his game. Still, there are no truly bad songs here, although the light-hearted, light-headed reminiscence "Buffalo Springfield Again" treads close to the borderline. It's a low-key, charming, comfortable record, which is hardly a bad thing at all -- it just doesn't quite live up to the abnormally high expectations. Fortunately, those expectations fade upon repeated plays, and Silver & Gold reveals itself as a nice Neil Young record. Nothing particularly special, but nice all the same." (Stephen Thomas Erlewine, AMG)
Linda Ronstadt, vocals
Emmylou Harris, vocals
Neil Young, guitar, piano, harmonica, vocals
Ben Keith, pedal steel guitar, vocals
Spooner Oldham, piano, Hammond organ
Donald Dunn, bass
Jim Keltner, drums
Oscar Butterworth, drums
Recorded August 26, 1997 – May 28, 1999 at Redwood Digital, Woodside, CA (except "Red Sun": Arlyn Studios, Austin TX)
Produced by Neil Young, Ben Keith
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