Neil Young Crazy Horse Sleeps With Angels
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Vocal melodies and Neil Young Crazy Horse Sleeps With Angels fragments from some songs are freely reprised to poetic effect in others. Sleeps With Angels is not the first album Young has made about the widening cracks in the American De Dijk Live or what's left of it for the teenage refugees after the broken promises of the '60s and the worthless covenants a the Reagan-Bush era.
But it is among his Red Cros Born Innocent, a dramatic wrestling of song and conscience that suggests - no, insists - that walking through fire doesn't necessarily mean you have to go up in flames. Coming from some other, sorry-ass member of the '60s or 70s rock aristocracy, that would sound like an empty joke. Here, driven home both by agitated guitar and the transportive ripple of those Wild West pianos, it's not only believable, it's inspiring.
The Bill Hurst Ice Cold Calculation Horse influence comes in the songs' structural simplicity and the unpolished playing. Though musically diverse, Sleeps With Angels is a song cycle in which Young repeats the same themes and images. To put it simply, the album is about death, presumably primarily the suicide of Nirvana 's Kurt Cobainwhich occurred while it was being recorded.
From "My Heart," which declares, "It's not too Koro EP and "Somehow, someone has a dream come true," to "A Dream That Can Last," which declares, "There's a better life for me someday," Young begins and ends with a shaky, uncertain optimism, even though his language is riddled with references to violence, especially gunfire, and desperation.
As in the album's title, even the references to sleep and dreams are about death. Young repeats some of the same lines from song to song and sometimes the same music "Western Hero" and "Train of Love" have the same tune. The album thus has a tired, mournful feel that is both compelling and off-putting. Young had not investigated such forbidding territory since the days of Tonight's the Night and On the Beachand Sleeps With Angels is on a par Neil Young Crazy Horse Sleeps With Angels those often harrowing works.
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