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Album: Noise and Flowers (Live)

Artist: Neil Young & Promise of the Real

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • Copyright: ℗ 2022 The Other Shoe Productions, Inc. under exclusive license to Reprise Records.

Tracklist For Noise and Flowers (Live) By Artist Neil Young & Promise of the Real

Title Artist Time
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Mr. Soul (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 4:33 USD 1.29
2
Everybody Knows This Is Nowher Neil Young & Promise of the Real 2:46 USD 1.29
3
Helpless (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 5:22 USD 1.29
4
Field of Opportunity (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 4:17 USD 1.29
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Alabama (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 4:14 USD 1.29
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Throw Your Hatred Down (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 8:59 USD 1.29
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Rockin' in the Free World (Liv Neil Young & Promise of the Real 9:59 USD 1.29
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Comes a Time (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 3:19 USD 1.29
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From Hank to Hendrix (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 5:07 USD 1.29
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On the Beach (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 7:35 USD 1.29
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Are You Ready for the Country? Neil Young & Promise of the Real 3:15 USD 1.29
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I’ve Been Waiting for You (L Neil Young & Promise of the Real 3:52 USD 1.29
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Winterlong (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 4:11 USD 1.29
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Fuckin' Up (Live) Neil Young & Promise of the Real 7:17 USD 1.29

Reviews For Noise and Flowers (Live) By Artist Neil Young & Promise of the Real

  • Don’t waste your $$

    1
    By TazMMCF
    Worst I’ve listened from Neil. Sad he should just retire.
  • Low Noise

    2
    By Muziclance
    Everything is perfect except the quality of recording, sound as if it was recorded in a padded room. The recording should be remastered for sound quality enhancement and reissued.
  • Ew

    1
    By Pick My Boogers Please!
    Creepy gross hippy dude deluding himself into thinking he’s hip with the cool kids by being woke and tricking himself into thinking that his putrid Woodstock music is still relevant. Where was he when AIDS and bad trips put an end to LSD and free love? Face it, this creep’s career sunk when Lynyrd Skynyrd called him out on Sweet Home Alabama and Kurt Cobain used one of his songs in his suicide note. Just a disgusting musician and human being.
  • Neil is great live

    5
    By Char1ie65
    Neil is great live and this album is no exception.
  • Retire

    1
    By Behobo
    It is time to hang it up and just remember the good old days
  • Meh

    2
    By The Bradleyss
    Despite what the iTunes review says, this band just drones along and isn't in the same ballpark as Crazy Horse. But even if you think the back band is good....what's with the crappy sound? The LP was recorded in 2019 and so had the benefit of 21st century audio technology, but sounds like it was recorded from the back of the stadium with an old cassette deck. Awful.
  • Disappointed in the sound quality

    1
    By CRTube
    This is absolutely great music recorded badly. This recording sounds horrible. I am really disappointed because the peformance sounds interesting, but I'm too distracted by the shoddy technical approach.
  • Has Neil no shame?

    1
    By AndyNYCAZ
    Muffled noise and dead flowers. It’s impossible to listen to this. If an iPhone was used to record this from the stall of the restroom, the sound would have been better. The old fool is me for buying this, not Neil sticking some dirty dollar bills into his cargo pants.
  • Hail Neil Young

    5
    By William Hargrove26
    The rock legend is back with more live music. Can’t go wrong with Neil.

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