Still riding on Crazy Horse
Jim Sullivan, Boston Globe, The, 2 February 1991
NO MATTER what his touring format — with high-tech synthesizers and video screens; in a down-home, fiddle-based country band; as part of a horn-led R & B outfit; as a reborn rockabilly cat; or just plain ol' solo-acoustic — it's just about always worth your time and money to see Neil Young. It is, however, worth extra time and money when Young employs his longtime mainstay, Crazy Horse, and takes the show out on the road. Things get wild and crazy, noisy and loud.
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