Neil Young | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Alan Lewis

This literature criticism consists of approximately 1 page of analysis & critique of Neil Young.
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Critical Essay by Alan Lewis

[Buffalo Springfield] produced some of the most distinctive and thoroughly enjoyable sounds to come out of [the West Coast rock revolution of 1966/7]….

[The] Springfield used subtlety, understatement and clean, tight playing as their stock in trade….

Perhaps they were ahead of their time….

Starting with their name, with its echoes of the Old West, they retained a simple, down-home flavour throughout their work—even in songs using unusual structures, time signatures and orchestral arrangements, like their epics "Broken Arrow," "Expecting To Fly" and "The Hour Of Not Quite Rain."…

Neil Young was the voice of the loner. His songs tell of love, loneliness, regret and despair….

The group also managed to tell a few truths about America in songs like "Mr. Soul" and "Broken Arrow." But...

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