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Tonight's The Night

Neil Young

1975

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Tonight's The Night
Album Summary

Tonight's the Night is the sixth studio album by Canadian / American songwriter Neil Young. It was recorded in August–September 1973, mostly on August 26, but its release was delayed until June 1975. It peaked at No. 25 on the Billboard 200. In 2003, the album was ranked number 331 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time, moving up to number 330 in the list's 2012 edition and climbing further to number 302 in the 2020 update. The album is the third and final of the so-called "Ditch Trilogy" of albums that Young released following the major success of 1972's Harvest, whereupon the scope of his success and acclaim became so difficult for Young that he subsequently experienced alienation from his music and career.

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3.26

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Genres

  • Rock
  • Psychedelic Rock
  • Singer Songwriter

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Mon Jan 24 2022
2

If I ever wanted to be in a shitty bar in the 70s, this is what it would sound like. I don’t want to be in that bar

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Sat Dec 25 2021
5

Tonight's the Night is a spectacle of raw, unfiltered tragedy. The opener is emotionally devastating, as Neil Young's voice croons and squeaks, soaring and collapsing through a set of lyrics about his dead friend Bruce Berry. Speakin' Out is wistful, melancholic, and evokes a sense of the band playing to dull the pain. World on a String works surprisingly well either in spite of or due to its roughness, but it's not as necessary as some of the other cuts. Borrowed Tune sketches a portrait of a sad, questioning, regretful artist wasted out of his mind at night's end. Come on Baby Let's Go Downtown is bright and bouncy and painful, as Danny Whitton who was instrumental in Neil Young's previous efforts delivers a posthumous performance that brings the house down. It reminds us what has been lost (the light that no longer shines) and provides a respite from the album's downtrodden tunes. Mellow My Mind is initially the least notable cut here, but its longing search for harmony and tranquility really sticks in the soul. To start side two, Roll Another Number is musically ambitious and describes Young's sense of anger at the industry that stifled the release of this album for so long. After deaths of those close to us, we often view our own lives through different lenses, and systems that once seemed necessary are now just a burden. Albuquerque picks up on the same thread, as Young seeks an escape from it all on what might be the best song he’s ever made. The tenderness and surprising sweetness of New Mama clash with the aggression of Lookout Joe with its wailing guitar riffs. Tired Eyes is delicate, full of regret and calm. Its placid yet beautiful sound is incredible to witness. The second rendition of Tonight’s the Night that closes the album is a necessary resolution to this abrasive, soothing, cynical, mourning, visionary record. Rest in peace, Bruce and Danny.

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Mon Jul 05 2021
3

There’s better Neil but this is still better than a lot of things

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Fri Apr 15 2022
5

I’ve heard otherwise kind, generous people express their concerns about giving homeless folks money. What if they take it and buy alcohol or drugs instead of food? An easy solution, if that’s your problem, is to keep some packaged peanut butter crackers handy and give those out instead. Problem solved. Everyone’s happy. But I actually give money regardless, and I do it 'with' the understanding that maybe a little weed or booze might possibly be the most charitable act you could offer on that particular occasion, assisting someone to just make it through one very cold, lonely night after an unsuccessful job search. Yes, I’m fully aware that this is hardly a long-range sustainable strategy for turning one’s life around. But you also never really know what may come of one merciful deed, do you? Nor do you know what the result could potentially be by taking the tough stance, and refusing to be an enabler, even when it’s the seemingly appropriate time to do so. When Neil Young canned guitarist Danny Whitten, because of his continual abuse of heroin, I’m sure he felt as if he was doing the best thing for his friend. And in some instances, that works. On this occasion, however, Whitten went on to die of an overdose. That’s not Neil’s fault, but you can understand how one might feel in his place. That’s got to be a sucker punch to one’s emotional center. Then, a short while later, when roadie Bruce Berry also died of a heroin overdose… how much can one friend take? 'Tonight’s The Night' is the bitter fruit of these fallen seeds, an LP I’m sure Neil wished he never would have had to write and record. I’ve seen him in concert, playing most of his historic catalogue, and I don’t recall him performing one of the songs off this LP. He wrote in the early original vinyl liner notes: ‘I’m sorry. You don’t know these people. This means nothing to you.’ But, of course, he’s only partially correct. While we don’t know his two lost compadres, we are more than familiar with grief. And that’s really what 'Tonight’s The Night' is mostly about: the universal experience of loss, and the struggle through the aftermath of grief. Not too long ago I reviewed Soundgarden’s 'Superunknown,' a fundamentally bleak reaction to life’s more painful moments. Lead vocalist Chris Cornell wrestled with his own drug demons for years and eventually committed suicide by hanging. I hate that LP, despite the talented musicians that comprise Soundgarden, and the hard rock sound that I usually like. I hate it for the exact opposite reason that I love Neil Young’s 'Tonight’s The Night.' Not because Chris Cornell is any less moral than Neil Young, or because his life was any less difficult or painful. I love Neil Young and this particular LP because Neil, pain and grief notwithstanding, is a survivor. He’s an artist of tremendous courage, refusing to completely give up or in. Listen to his heartrending, raw-throated vocals on the title song: ‘When I... heard that he DIED out on the mainline.’ Listen to his intense cry for someone to make the pain stop on ‘Mellow My Mind,’ or his desperate plea on ‘Tired Eyes’ for folks like Danny and Bruce, headed the wrong way down the one-way path to ruin, to open up those eyes before the light in them is extinguished by death. Most other artists would have re-recorded or excised all three of those songs altogether from their LP because of the rough vocals and miscued instrumentals. But Neil just leaves it all in, because he’s so much more concerned about getting the mood of the song right, about offering something authentic, than getting a clean take void of emotion. There’s a good chance anyway that these songs might just be too personal for more than one take. Incidentally, this is one of the reasons I love classic punk rock so much, too. Passion over proficiency. And hey, if you can pull off both, even better. (‘New Mama’ contains passion along with pitch perfect, wonderfully balanced- ala CSNY- harmonies, and a rested, tender, beautiful vocal from Neil.) But, if I was forced to choose one or the other, then I’d choose passion every time. But back to my point regarding the contrast between 'Superunknown' and 'Tonight’s The Night'- there are two songs that standout on this LP that really cement my love for it: ‘Speakin’ Out’ and ‘Borrowed Tune,’ both important additions to understanding that within the grieving heart of Neil Young hope still beats. As he plays a piano part that would’ve made Fats Domino proud (and accompanied by Nils Lofgren’s super blues guitar solos) he sings to his wife, ‘I’m hoping for your love to carry me through. You’re holding my baby, and I’m holding you.’ A testimony to the healing power of love. But ‘Borrowed Tune,’ with just solo Neil on piano is maybe the best number on this whole thing. When he strikes the bottom chords on the third verse making the whole sound swell with richness, the song enters into its second half, and ultimately ends with the same verse it began with, but with one notable absence. The first verse begins with ‘I’m climbin’ this ladder, my head in the clouds. I hope that it matters. I’m havin’ my doubts.’ If you’ve never uttered this you’re probably too young yet to have experienced any significant loss (of a loved one, or a dream, or meaning, etc.) But on the last verse when he repeats this he ends simply on the ‘I hope that it matters’ lyric, and leaves out the ‘I’m havin’ my doubts.’ Is this still implied? Or, maybe, has Neil reconsidered. Maybe his doubts are now giving way to the greater strength of his hope? I like to think it’s the latter. Thank God for Ben Keith, whose pedal steel gave this entire LP that necessary and uniquely heart aching sound of the pedal steel. It’s THE instrument of sorrow, as opposed to the accordion, the instrument of joy. And thank God for Neil’s tried and true buddies from the rest of the Stray Gators, The Santa Monica Flyers, and as always, Crazy Horse. These three combos have always been Neil’s truest and purest and highest band mates, much more so than Crosby, Stills, and Nash (as wonderful as they are.) CSN belong together. Neil belongs elsewhere. Finally, what an interesting insertion of the LPs only live cut (something Neil often does on his albums): Danny Whitten sharing lead vocals on ‘Come on Baby, Let’s Go Downtown,’ a joyful, raucous song remembering better times, the good ol’ days of the late 60s. No coincidence, I’m certain, that this particular song was about going downtown to, specifically, buy some drugs! Well, everyone deals with grief in their own unique fashion. There is no right or wrong way. There’s just your way. And 'Tonight’s The Night' is Neil’s way.

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Sun Jan 02 2022
3

Neil Young is like horseradish. It can really make a dish if it's used right and played to its strengths, but far too often it's either diluted to being pointless or coming on faaaaaar too strong. But man, when it hits right.... it hits RIGHT.

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Wed Sep 30 2020
2

I really don't like Neil Young. Like... I really don't. This release from '75 has an undeniable disco stank on 'em. On top of the unappetizing disconess, Neil's voice is... raw and unrefined. Again, not in a good way. More in a, "Oh buddy, maybe you shouldn't try to hit those notes" way. It makes me appreciate the earlier Neil Young album that I reviewed a bit more. That said, after reading the wikipedia article on this album, I think I understand it a bit more. Apparently, this album was written in a time of grief and recorded over the course of two days while Neil was processing the loss of his friends. This DOES have an exceptionally raw feel to it and, for all that I don't think these songs and recordings stand on their own, the album really does communicate the almost nihilistic grief of post-Vietnam era young man.

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Sat Feb 05 2022
5

Darn Spotify & Rogan! Now Neil isn't on Spotify anymore had to listen on Jeff Bezos's baby instead. Neil is a musical; hero of mine so I am definitely up for this one! Probably Neil at his most bluesy and most Blue as well. Not a happy album but with real passion for his lost friends. Music at it's most powerful. Love it throughout but tops has got to be the title track, a eulogy for friends. So I love the whole album really but "Tonights The Night", Nils Lofgren's guitar solo on "Speakin' out" "Tired Eyes" and the wonderful live version of "C'mon Baby Lets Go Downtown" great album rightfully on this list I believe.

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Tue Sep 28 2021
4

La coqueluche de Robert, l'homme le plus représenté de la liste faisait son apparition aujourd'hui. Et on peut dire qu'il frappe fort du poing sur la table. En effet, Neil Young va passer la totalité de l'album à invectiver le serveur du bar au sein duquel il enchaîne les whisky depuis l'ouverture, en matraquant son poing solide sur le bar, un grave "un autre" s'esquivant de sa bouche. Nous finirons cette écoute par quelques vomissements, ainsi qu'un leger coma pour le Neil. Comme on dit de par chez nous, pose la bouteille si tu sais pas boire.

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Wed May 26 2021
5

There are no tears for Danny Whitten or Bruce Berry here, only a wised-up, hard-bitten rue. But there is some consolation amidst the loss, and it builds across the tuneful Mellow My Mind/Roll Another Number/Albuquerque heart of the record, which gave me a lifelong love of the pedal-steel guitar. I have listened to this record more than any other by a wide margin.

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Tue Dec 14 2021
5

While I’m a Neil Young fan, I had never listened to anything from this album, and was pleasantly surprised with the raw intensity of this album. Rock and blues, guitar and piano. Emotional lyrics. Will listen again.

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Tue Sep 28 2021
3

Vous avez sûrement comme moi constaté à quel point la voix de Neil Young semble alcoolisée tout au long de cet enregistrement. Le morceau d'introduction "Il est des nôtres..." donne d'ailleurs le ton d'un album qui connaîtra son pic émotionnel avec le titre "Viens boire un p'tit coup à la maison".

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Mon Oct 09 2023
2

Neil Young has written some really gorgeous songs. I didn't find any of those here. His expressions of grief may be enough to trigger sympathy in those who believe they know and love the man through his music to love the album. But objectively, I just don't find much here other than spontaneous lyrics about his pain. And lyrics are just poetry. A music album must be good musically; If not, I'd rather the read the poetry from a book. As an aside, I find the Woodstock sound interesting, but it occupies a tragically outsized place of honor in the rock and roll zeitgeist. Ultimately, though, it's that voice. I really, really, really, really, really dislike Bob Dylan's voice. Neil's is worse. It creates an angsty-pain that spreads from my throat to my ears and into my head. Interesting song writing isn't worth the literal headache I end up with.

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Tue May 11 2021
5

Sad, dramatic, apocalyptic, superb, amazing, outstanding. A truly masterpiece

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Fri Jan 29 2021
5

Lovely piano work. Borrowed Tune is one of my favourite slow songs. World on a String is a romping rock stomper.

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Mon Oct 25 2021
5

An amazing album, one of Neil Young's best. Its sad and poignant and powerful, The title track is the highlight of course but there are other great songs too. 5 stars

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Thu Dec 30 2021
5

Bruce Berry was a working man. He used to load that Econoline van.

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Mon Jan 17 2022
5

Beautiful album. Neil Young sounds like he shouldn't be able to sing but it fits perfectly with the impeccable songwriting. Big fan of the harmonica parts and the more upbeat tracks.

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Sun Apr 17 2022
5

I knew we were going to listen to a lot of Neil Young in this project and, to be honest, I wasn't looking forward to it. I've never been a big fan of his voice and hadn't given him much of a chance (outside of CSN&Y). Today this pushed all the right buttons. This record is full of feelings and story and musicianship and I love it. Now I'm looking forward to hearing more.

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Tue May 18 2021
4

Pleasant even if it is an album about grief. As you'd expect from Mr. Young, a good blend of folk, blues, and outright rock n' roll. Can't say I'm a huge Neil Young fan, but I do enjoy his work quite a bit. Favorite tracks: "World on a String", "Come On Baby Let's Go Downtown", "Albuquerque"

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Fri Dec 18 2020
4

Álbum emocionalmente denso e bem diferente de Harvest. Destaque pra World on a String e Mellow my Mind

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Mon Sep 27 2021
3

Enjoyed this more the second time after reading up a on a bit of context. Certain songs 'hit harder', as the kids says. I'm now willing to give this a hefty promotion to a 3.5. I reckon there's probably a better Neil Young album out there, though.

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Thu Feb 09 2023
3

I respect the raw emotion of this album and knowing the story behind when it was made, I wanted to give it a higher rating, but honestly it did not impress me (to say the least), and the vocals are kind of jarring. Eh.

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Thu Apr 22 2021
2

Не, без Хэй Хэй, Май Май вообще не катит. Хоть и понятная, но очень скучная вещь. И даже оставайся она такой и приятно играй на фоне, я бы принял. Вокальные партии к тому же порой относительно оригинальные. Но за несколько прослушиваний эти примитивные нецепляющие мотивы просто раздражать сильно стали. В итоге имею альбом, в котором ни один трек по уху не пришёлся, но несколько в ухо кольнули дилдаком. Тод в Тенях вроде бы высмеивал регулярное повторение в треках слова Tonight. Я тогда просто кекнул, но тут это пиздец какой-то. Я, конечно, понимаю, что альбом называется Tonight's The Night, но за 2 титульных трека, что длятся в общей сложности 9,5 мин, мы слышим название альбома 64 раза. Я ебал, сука, туна-айтс зе най-т тю-дю-тю-дю-дю, туна-айтс зе на-айт... Здесь даже рифмы нет! Фу блять, фу нахуй.

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Wed Jan 20 2021
5

Some classic Neil to start the week

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Sat Jun 26 2021
5

Loved every minute. Neil is the absolute man.

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Fri Jan 22 2021
5

great. listened 2x during the day. strong opener. will listen again.

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Sat Apr 24 2021
5

Dark as fuck. Love it. Best Tracks: Tonight's The Night, Albuquerque, Tired Eyes

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Thu Jun 10 2021
5

Ist groß bleibt groß auch wenn es nicht zu einem schönen Sommertag passt. Ist das Problem des Sommertages und nicht des albums

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Sat Aug 14 2021
5

Vraiemnt un bon album d’un bon artiste. 4.95

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Wed Nov 03 2021
5

An amazing album, one of Neil Young's best. Its sad and poignant and powerful, The title track is the highlight of course but there are other great songs too. 5 stars

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Fri Nov 19 2021
5

Very reminiscent of the album Prairie Wind which came out in 2005.

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Thu Dec 02 2021
5

I'd heard of Neil Young, but my only real knowledge of him was that he's referenced in Sweet Home Alabama. With that being said, I adored this album! I was actually disappointed with how short it was! Enough that I'd happily buy this on vinyl. The last album that did that for me on this generator was the Bongo Band, that was a 5/5 so... A 5/5 for me.

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Mon Dec 06 2021
5

New favourite album so far 🥰 (Dec 5th 21)

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Thu Jul 14 2022
5

I don’t know why, but this is such a good album.

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Thu Jul 28 2022
5

Be even better if he could sing!

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Thu Aug 18 2022
5

Country skotin snilld, næstum 5*

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Tue Oct 25 2022
5

Took a while for this album to click for me, but now it’s one of my favorite Neil Young records. The beginning of Neil doing whatever the fuck he wants at all times.

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Mon Dec 12 2022
5

I knew I had to listen to him eventually, but after hearing this I wish I did sooner

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Tue Jan 10 2023
5

I enjoyed this very much, I will definitely listen to it again

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Wed Jan 25 2023
5

Some positively insane guitar tone. Classic Neil Young songwriting. As always, the Canadian songwriter makes me relish in Americana.

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Tue Jan 31 2023
5

No surprise I really liked it. It's bluesy, it's scratchy, it sounds... desperate and quietly resigned to sadness? Honestly at this point, the only album I haven't super liked has been my first one, the Bob Dylan one. I would listen to it again, but I wouldn't seek it out, I don't think. This one I will come back to for sure.

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Thu Feb 02 2023
5

I enjoyed this wasn't available on Spotify so i had to youtube it. But still a good one. I didn't know i like him but i do.. shhh dont tell anyone.

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Thu Feb 23 2023
5

His masterpiece. A man haunted by the death of close friends and his culpability in those deaths. Meanwhile, he struggles with his fame and stardom and desire to be left alone. Imperfect and emotionally raw.

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Sat Apr 08 2023
5

Excellent album, excellent recording. It feels like you are in the room with them performing the music.

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Sat Apr 08 2023
5

Neil Young released 45 studio albums (plus lots of other work with others of course). Albums 2-5 (Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere - After The Gold Rush - Harvest - On The Beach) are all 5 star super classics, just like Album 6: this one. Not much else to add.

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Sat Apr 08 2023
5

The older I get, the more I like Neil. I thought this was a 3 or 4 on the first spin but the second time around I absolutely loved it.

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Tue Apr 11 2023
5

need to get this one on vinyl

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Mon Apr 17 2023
5

I knew about the tragic backstory to this album but had never heard it before. Wasn't sure how I'd respond to this but through the last half of the album in particular I really enjoyed it. A number of lines and verses really rocked me - simple but moving lyricism. Four and a half. Fave track - Tired Eyes

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Mon Apr 17 2023
5

Why hadn't I given Neil Young much of a go before. Really enjoyed this. Melancholic songs imbued with a sense acceptance and uplifting defiance. Enjoyed the folky elements more than the country elements, purely personal taste tho. Borrowed Tune fav track. Removed the corniness of 'Lady Jane' and elevated the beautiful melody. 4.5

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Sat May 27 2023
5

That’s an easy one, and lucky I have a copy on vinyl

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Mon May 29 2023
5

I love every song. This is the greatest country/folk rock album of all time. This album shouldn’t be liked by me but idc.

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Fri Jun 23 2023
5

Never heard it before and loved it!

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Wed Jun 28 2023
5

Had heard songs from this album but not the album itself. A few new-to-me songs but all good.

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Mon Jul 03 2023
5

Yeah - if you dig Neil Young, as I do, you'd struggle to find fault here. Young was at the height of his considerable powers here. Another artist might sound trapped by the rather ramshackle arrangements here - not Young. If anything, they only serve to embellish his artistry. Superb.

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Thu Jul 06 2023
5

This might be my favorite Neil Young album I've heard. I like the raw and emotional sound and the blues licks. Really great stuff.

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Thu Jul 06 2023
5

Such a raw, emotional, dark album, sometimes a bit heavy but if your in the right mood it's amazing. It's also a album that get's better the more you listen to it, it seems soak into your soul. I am surprised we have 2 of the 3 "Ditch Trilogy" albums so far. Bring on Time Fades Away!

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Fri Jul 28 2023
5

Uncle Neil sounds great !! Love it

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Tue Aug 15 2023
5

Boozy glory that classic replacements esque were drunk as fuck playing songs we wrote on the spot but still the best music you’ll ever here

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Mon Sep 11 2023
5

Pretty bad when you're dealing with a man and the light shines in your eye yeah!

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Tue Sep 19 2023
5

I knew Tonight's The Night, the main song on this album, very well indeed, but I hadn't heard any of the others much. Will definitely be giving this a repeat listening. Not my favourite Neil Young material, but it's still an easy 5 stars.

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Tue Sep 26 2023
5

Fantastic. I really loved this one.

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Thu Oct 19 2023
5

Really enjoyed this. Heard a few things from Neil Young and saw him live a few years back (incredible), but I’ve never been properly into him. Always put him in the legendary category without knowing too much about his back catalogue. This is my favourite album I’ve heard from him. Sounds almost at times like a predecessor to the whole slacker movement. His voice is as unique as they come, and his lyrics are up there with the best. The band work incredibly well with his style, sometimes it sounds chucked together but in a considered way, which doesnt make sense but I know what I mean. He just manages to make it all work together so well. Quite a few highlights for me, particularly Tired Eyes, Lookout Joe, Come on Baby, World on a String. And he looks cool as fuck on that album cover. 4.5

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Fri Oct 20 2023
5

Loved hearing some of the less often played songs.

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Sat Oct 21 2023
5

It’s in the title of one of his later albums; Neil Young’s music is Ragged Glory, and Tonight’s The Night is an epitome of sorts. Harder and more ragged than any of his other 70’s output, this is an album full of moments of sheer beauty interwoven within it’s bleakness. And it’s not even his best album, that’s how fucking good Neil Young is!

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Tue Oct 24 2023
5

Love Neil Young. Great album

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Thu Oct 26 2023
5

Stark. Raw. Unflinching. You can hear the pain in Neil's voice as he pays tribute to Danny Whitten and Bruce Berry. It's very rough on the edges and it can be a difficult journey. But it's so worthwhile once you get to the destination. Fantastic!

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Wed Nov 08 2023
5

Possibly my favorite Neil album, and that's saying something. This album is part of his absolute peak in my opinion. Loaded with character and just great from start to finish.

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Wed Nov 22 2023
5

Neil Young is so damn good! Very emotional songs! Personal top3 in no order: Speakin Out World On A String Lookout Joe

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Sun Dec 03 2023
5

Neil Young’s albums from the early/mid 70’s all have a organic feel. Or whatever is the opposite of overproduced. “Tonight’s the Night” takes it to another level, feeling almost unproduced. It is somewhere between a wake and a celebration of friends/band mates Bruce Berry and Danny Whitten, who had both died of Heroin overdoses. The feel here is a bunch of guys hanging around the studio, laying down a few tracks in between a few drinks (or whatever), honoring their friends in the best way they knew (musically). In concept, it could’ve been a hot mess, but it all works. It’s “real”, it has emotion. This has been one of my favorite NY albums for years, and “Tired Eyes” is one of my favorite songs. An easy 5 star rating.

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Thu Dec 21 2023
5

Wow - powerful stuff. Shame I had to resort to Youtube but it was worth it. Raw and emotional- a contrast to his other stuff which I love but is tame compared to this. The musicianship is really superior- boy Nils Lofgren is really good.

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Wed Dec 27 2023
5

I like how natural it comes off. Relaxed. Almost feels like it could be a musical. Crisp and smooth at the Same time. Nice flow to the album overall. Not all the tracks pop, but for this as a whole to sound so good and not feel plastic I'm leaning 5. The mix sounds so good in headphones.

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Wed Jan 03 2024
5

Very snazzy classic rock mixed with a bit of country and the occasional blues note. Gotta love having not only Tonights the Night on the album Tonights the Night but also Tonights the Night Part 2 on the album Tonights the Night. Best overall Neil Young album I've heard.

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Thu Jan 18 2024
5

bleak never sounded so good. "Bruce Barry was a working man he used to drive that Econoline van"

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