Neil Young | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Michael Watts

This literature criticism consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis & critique of Neil Young.
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Critical Essay by Michael Watts

[The title track which opens "Time Fades Away" is Young's] own approximation of Dylan's "Subterranean Homesick Blues."…

It's interested more with the sound of the lyrics and their rhythm than the content, and is taken at a fast clip.

The first two lines will give you an idea: "Thirteen junkies too weak to work; One sells diamonds for what they're worth." Glib, but it's got heat. "Journey Through The Past" is another title song, but from his movie.

It catches him in one of his more lachrymose writing moods, when the combination of his plaintive voice and funeral atmosphere becomes too much….

"Don't you wish that I could be here too?" he sings on "L.A.,&#x...

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