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Don't get me wrong, I am a totally dedicated Floydian, but can anyone else hear the similarites between After The Goldrush and When The Tigers Broke Free? In terms of the melody is what I mean. I remember Roger mentioning that Young was one of his favorite song writers in an interview.
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I'm a way bigger fan of Pink Floyd, I think Neil Youngs Music is boring and bland. As for those two songs, I haven't heard them, so I can't comment.
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I'm a way bigger fan of Pink Floyd, I think Neil Youngs Music is boring and bland. As for those two songs, I haven't heard them, so I can't comment.



I agree.

But, on topic, I think that they sound a little bit alike - but not totally ripped off.
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I'm a way bigger fan of Pink Floyd, I think Neil Youngs Music is boring and bland. As for those two songs, I haven't heard them, so I can't comment.


Neil Young is the greatest song writer of all time next to Dylan, his music isnt supposed to be lively, he is making a statement...
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Neil Young is the greatest song writer of all time next to Dylan, his music isnt supposed to be lively, he is making a statement...


Exactly (to me he is better than Dylan tho.)
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#6
Well as a guitarist/singer yes, and for overall music than yes (imo)

I like Neil better too, but you can deny Bob's songwriting...
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Yea, But to me Neils songs sem to be more personal. Bob's writing style is more like a reporter, detatched, non personal. While Neil's is more personal, talking about experiences he's had and such.
Plus Neil is all around one of the coolest musicians on earth.
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ya they are. but also, I saw him in concert (CSN&Y Freedom of Speech Tour '06) even with how old he is and having had surgery on an aneurism, He still rocked out like a person one third his age.

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i saw them in ottawa on that tour, i didnt really like his new album, but he was the best on stage, and the old stuff that they played was awsome
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Yea, But to me Neils songs sem to be more personal. Bob's writing style is more like a reporter, detatched, non personal. While Neil's is more personal, talking about experiences he's had and such.
Plus Neil is all around one of the coolest musicians on earth.

First, Dylan is VERY personal in most of his music after 1966. Listen to Blood on the Tracks.

Second, ask Neil himself. He himself, in reference to Bob Dylan, once said "I'm a B student of this guy."

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i saw them in ottawa on that tour, i didnt really like his new album, but he was the best on stage, and the old stuff that they played was awsome

Yeah, Neil's latest album, Living With War, is just a bunch of mindless hippie political trash. That said, the one that came out earlier this year, Prarie Wind, was incredibly sweet. Neil can afford to put out a bad album now and then; he's got awesome to burn.
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