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Neil Young - Journey Through the Past (1972)

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Neil Young - Journey Through the Past (1972)


1. For What It's Worth/mr Soul
2. Rock & Roll Woman
3. Find The Cost Of Freedom
4. Ohio
5. Southern Man
6. Are You Ready For The Country ?
7. Let Me Call You Sweetheart
8. Alabama
9. Words
10. Relativity Invitation
11. Handel's Messiah
12. King Of Kings
13. Soldier
14. Let's Go Away For A Chile

Neil Young - Guitar, Harmonica, Primary Artist, Vocals
Buffalo Springfield - Guest Artist

 

Most soundtrack albums don't really contain the soundtracks to movies as they sound and as they are edited for the screen -- a song heard in a snippet on a car radio in the film, for example, will be presented in its entirety and with good sound on the album. But the soundtrack to Neil Young's fantasy/documentary Journey Through the Past does contain an audio record of what's onscreen: songs are cut off or fade out, to be replaced by fragments of something else, and the sound is not improved. So, Journey Through the Past doesn't work as well apart from the film as most soundtracks do. But the main problem with it is the same one that the film suffers: it doesn't make much sense. A mixture of TV footage of the Springfield, live footage of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, rehearsal footage of the Harvest sessions, and news footage, it doesn't coalesce into a coherent movie or a coherent record; if some of this material were used as part of a box set, it would have historical value and be interesting to fans, but in this context it was baffling. --- William Ruhlmann, allmusic.com

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