Harvest (album di Neil Young del 1972)

HARVEST è un album di Neil Young del 1972 con dieci canzoni in scaletta.

Out on the weekend è vigoroso e acustico e Young si cimenta all’armonica a bocca. Il brano che intitola il disco profuma di country e vanta John Harris al pianoforte. A man needs a maid evidenzia lo sfarzo della London Simphony Orchestra, con l’ottimo apporto del melodico piano. Heart of gold unisce i generi country e rock e conquistò la vetta della classifica negli Stati Uniti. Are you ready for the country? conquista col suo andamento blues, mentre alla chitarra distorta spicca Jack Nietzsche. Old man è una canzone stilisticamente acustica con ospite James Taylor che suona il banjio. Alabama accoglie la linea corale di David Crosby e Stephen Stills, con i quali due anni prima Young aveva inciso il favoloso DEJA VU: il cantante canadese suona la chitarra elettrica. The needle and the damage done è un triste brano folk registrato dal vivo un anno prima dell’album: molto bello l’intro con la chitarra acustica. Words (between the lines of age) è un pezzo affascinante che esalta un ping-pong strumentale tra la chitarra e gli assoli di Neil ed il resto della sezione elettrica.

Considerato un capolavoro della musica moderna, ha venduto non meno di otto milioni di copie esaltandosi per la varietà musicale messa in evidenza, anche grazie ad ospiti eccellenti come Linda Ronstadt, James Taylor, Crosby, Stills & Nash. In poco più di 37′ brillano interpretazioni sentite e dirette supportate da liriche profonde e personali.

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