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Cripple Creek Ferry - Neil Young - After The Gold Rush & Harvest (Cassette)

Posted on 21.01.2020 by Kazratilar
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8 Responses to Cripple Creek Ferry - Neil Young - After The Gold Rush & Harvest (Cassette)

  1. Kelrajas says:
    Series: Guitar Recorded Versions Format: Softcover – TAB Artist: Neil Young Released in , Neil Young's third CD is hailed as a masterpiece. Here are note-for-note transcriptions with tab for all 11 songs: After the Gold Rush • Birds • Cripple Creek Ferry • Don't Let It Bring You Down • I Believe in You • Oh, Lonesome Me • Only Love Can Break Your Heart • Southern Man.
  2. Kazir says:
    Jul 13,  · Cripple Creek Ferry: After the Goldrush: Neil Young [Intro] G Am C G Am C [Chorus] G Am C Hey hey cripple creek ferry G C G Butting through the overhanging trees Am C Make way for the cripple creek ferry G The water's going down C G Am C It's a mighty tight sque eze [Instrumental] G Am C G Am C [Verse] G All alone the captain stands G Hasn't.
  3. Kagalmaran says:
    A brief singalong, campfire-type song that closes the powerful After the Gold Rush album, "Cripple Creek Ferry" is deceptively deep and effective. Utilizing the metaphor of a rough boat trip, Young seems to possibly be commenting on fame and his career to date, which had just finished the huge success of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.
  4. Sajas says:
    Even the filler cuts like "When the Morning Comes" and "Cripple Creek Ferry" are irresistible, even if one wishes they lasted longer. One can safely argue that Neil Young's warbly voice never sounded better. As such, the more sinister numbers on the album, like "After the Gold Rush" and "Don't Let it Bring You Down," have perfect balance.
  5. Kizragore says:
    After The Gold Rush: A3: Only Love Can Break Your Heart: A4: Southern Man: A5: Till The Morning Comes: B1: Oh, Lonesome Me: B2: Don't Let It Bring You Down: B3: Birds: B4: When You Dance I Can Really Love: B5: I Believe In You: B6: Cripple Creek Ferry4/5(2).
  6. Gror says:
    The album was intended as a soundtrack for a film of the same name that was never made. To Young's memory, the only tracks that were immediately inspired by the script were this one and "After The Gold Rush."The script that the song was written for has been lost to the dusts of time, with only a few people remembering vaguely (and possibly inaccurately) what it was about.
  7. Kirn says:
    In the parking lot, Pamela D. and I sat waiting as "Heart of Gold" played on the radio. The record shop was out of it, and I bought After the Gold Rush (AM9). Harvest, of course is classic, main stream America's introduction to Neil Young, but good fortune and brisk sales had me plop down $ for Gold Rush. It was the best $ I ever spent.
  8. Gushakar says:
    8. The Loner Neil Young 9. The Old Laughing Lady Cinnamon Girl Down By The River Cowgirl In The Sand I Believe In You After The Gold Rush Southern Man Helpless Ohio Soldier Old Man A Man Needs A Maid Harvest Heart Of Gold Star Of Bethlehem The Needle And The Damage Done Tonight’s.

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