American Stars 'N Bars (Remastered) Neil Young

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Album-Release:
1977

HRA-Release:
25.04.2019

Label: Reprise

Genre: Rock

Subgenre: Singer

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  • 1The Old Country Waltz02:59
  • 2Saddle up the Palomino03:00
  • 3Hey Babe03:35
  • 4Hold Back the Tears04:18
  • 5Bite the Bullet03:30
  • 6Star of Bethlehem02:42
  • 7Will to Love07:11
  • 8Like a Hurricane08:20
  • 9Homegrown02:20
  • Total Runtime37:55

Info for American Stars 'N Bars (Remastered)



Remastered from the original Analog recordings. American Stars 'n Bars is the eighth studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young, released on Reprise Records in 1977. Compiled from recording sessions scattered over a 29-month period, it includes "Like a Hurricane," one of Young's best-known songs. It peaked at #21 on the Billboard 200. In the summer of 1976, Young rekindled his partnership with Stephen Stills, resulting in a tour that ended abruptly and an album. He then embarked on his second tour of the year with Crazy Horse, but spent the first half of 1977 off the road. After recording enough tracks to fill up one side of an album at sessions in April, he assembled additional tracks from earlier recording dates to make up the balance of the new album.

Neil Young, vocals, guitars, harmonica, glockenspiel, keyboard, piano, vibes, drums on "Will to Love"
Frank "Poncho" Sampedro, guitars, synthesizer, backing vocals
Ben Keith, pedal steel guitar, backing vocal
Carole Mayedo, violin
Billy Talbot, bass
Tim Drummond, bass on "Star of Bethlehem"
Ralph Molina, drums, backing vocal
Karl T. Himmel, drums on "Star of Bethlehem"
Linda Ronstadt, backing vocals
Nicolette Larson, backing vocals
Emmylou Harris, harmony vocal on "Star of Bethlehem"

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