When Young uses footage from television appearances by Buffalo Springfield , you hear them in tinny mono sound, and in what sounds like canned versions of the original recordings with some guitar playing and vocals done live.
And when Young intercuts a band rehearsal of his song "Alabama" with remarks by David Crosby or a speech by Richard Nixon onscreen, that's what you hear on the record. 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. It doesn't coalesce into a coherent movie or a coherent record, and when the LPs were released, billed as a new album by the most popular recording artist of , critics were appalled and record buyers nonplussed.
If some of this material were used as part of a boxed set, it would have historical value and be interesting to fans, but in this context it was baffling.
Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Template:Album ratings Journey Through the Past is a soundtrack album from the film of the same name by Neil Young , released in November of on Reprise Records , catalogue It peaked at 45 on the Billboard Its initial release was on vinyl , cassette tape , reel-to-reel tape , and 8-track tape cartridge.
He was one of the most interesting songwriters in Buffalo Springfield, and his own solo work with Crazy Horse still sounds fresh today. At his best, Young transformed his thin voice into a distinctive vehicle for a haunting, frail style, while his lead guitar bristled with a concise energy. His most satisfying work, especially the superb Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, captured an intimate presence that was both unassuming and engaging.
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The name field is required. Please enter your name. The E-mail message field is required.But the soundtrack to Neil Young's fantasy/documentary Journey Through the Past, released as a double-LP six months before the movie was seen by the public, does contain an audio record of what's on screen. Songs are cut off or fade out, to be replaced 4/
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