“Peace Trail” is the second album Young has released this year.
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Among the crop of septuagenarian star rockers, Neil Young stands out for the earnestness of his beliefs and his prolific output."Peace Trail" is more mellow but starts off with a title track that could join the ranks of Young's classic anthems, with a smooth electric guitar melody gliding across a Western-inspired drum rhythm.Belying the lyrical drive, Young is musically understated on much of "Peace Trail," which he recorded with session musicians at legendary producer Rick Rubin's Los Angeles-area studio.Young holds off on the warbling extremes of his high-ranging voice, at times even appearing to employ Auto-Tune software, and avoids the long orchestral passages that have often characterized his work.
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