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Thread: (My) Captain Canada

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    (My) Captain Canada

    I've fallen into a Neil Young phase that I don't want to leave any time soon.


    After the Gold Rush has become my new "Calm the 'F' down" song at work.

    So, here is my Neil Young Playlist:


    Aside from "Old Man", which I'm not too fond of (at least, not yet), what other songs would you recommend that I add to my Playlist?
    You are transparent; I see many things... I see plans within plans.

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    When I was in college, I was especially fond of "Country Home" from "Ragged Glory".

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    Also, Pocahontas.

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    Mr. Soul (I'm partial to the Unplugged version)
    World on a String
    Tonight's the Night
    I'm the Ocean

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    Broken Arrow
    Expecting to Fly
    Harvest
    Heart of Gold
    Love is a Rose

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    You have to add “Long May You Run,” “Comes A Time” and “Journey Through The Past.”

    Neil did 5 nights at Carnegie Hall in 2014, I believe. A lot of it’s on YouTube and very worth seeing. Also check out his 1970/1 performce at the BBC, which is also on YouTube, in full.

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    I like Old man. It was always one of my favorites.
    Broken Arrow, yes, great song.
    Heart of Gold. No doubt! Who hasn't sought that.

    Also;
    I am a Child - anyone who has kids should be able to relate
    Sugar Mountain - coming of age.
    A Needle and the Damage Done. - anyone who has lost a friend to this dreadful epidemic should be able to relate.


    All great songs with deep meaning.
    Last edited by hobub; Apr 16, '18 at 7:22 AM.

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    I have to throw my support behind these that have already been mentioned
    Pocahontas
    Heart Of Gold
    The Needle And The Damage Done
    I would add
    Keep On Rocking In The Free World & Powderfinger, which might be my favorite of his. Johnny Cash did a nice cover of Pocahontas that's worth a spin.

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    I'll echo everyone else - needle and the damage done is a must for me. Great list.

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