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0 out of 0 users found this helpful  Hey Hey My My
Posted: 5/26/2005A review of Rust Never Sleeps by CaptainKman
This is one of Neil's finest efforts, put out when all his contemporaries were in panic about the onset of punk rock. Neil is masterful in the acoustic beginings of this album, starting out starkly acoustic, and song by song, adding to the arrangements, then giving side two to Crazy Horse. An awesome listening experience, and one of my first CD purchases back in 1987. It's too hard to choose a favourite, as all tracks are excellent. Neil didn't even come close to producing something as good as this until releasing Freedom ten years later. Hey Neil, if you ever read these reviews, please re-release this one remixed like you did with 'On The Beach', with outtakes and alternate versions. It deserves it.
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7 out of 8 users found this helpful  From acoustic, to electric....
Posted: 9/20/2003A review of Rust Never Sleeps by Hector80899
From acoustic, to electric. Neil's time captsule lands in spirit. A magestic dream that we still have yet to capture.
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17 out of 19 users found this helpful  Perfection !
Posted: 7/9/2002A review of Rust Never Sleeps by StampedeBull
Neil Young, one on the most influential musicians of our time, created a master-piece with Rust Never Sleeps. Book ended by his Trade-Mark tunes My My Hey Hey (Acoustic) and Hey Hey My My (Electric) Neil moved back into the Rock and Roll spot-light in 79 by taking nearly every possible category of award from Both Fan and Critic alike. As with his Live performances of that era, Neil opens with an entire side of Acoustic Gems and just at the right time begins what was side 2 (Remember that ?) With Powder-Finger, a country type rocker which always brings fans to their feet at live shows. Originally written for Lynyrd Skynyrd they never got to record it. This album will not dissappoint it could only please.<br>A must for any real rock music collection.
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