Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Canadian Horsepower (2011) [DVD5 NTSC]
Label: Access All Areas – AAA008-9
Format: DVD, DVD-Video, Unofficial Release
Style: Classic Rock
Audio: Dolby Digital 2.0, Dolby Digital 5.1
Neil Percival Young (Toronto, November 12, 1945) is a Canadian songwriter and guitarist.
After making his debut at a very young age with the historic Buffalo Springfield line-up and having achieved success in the supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young,] Neil has established himself as one of the most charismatic and influential songwriters of the seventies, helping to redefine the figure of the songwriter with albums like After the Gold Rush and the best-selling Harvest.]
Solitary and tormented artist, able to move with ease from the quiet of the acoustic ballad to the brutality of the rock ride, for the often deliberately "rough" approach that distinguishes both his records and his concerts was considered by some to be a precursor of punk, while the rough passion of his performances has pushed critics as much as fans and the musicians themselves to acclaim him in the nineties godfather of grunge. He was also a decisive character for the evolution of genres such as the alternative country] and the alternative rock in general.
Unmistakable features of his style are the high-pitched and nasal voice, the "dirty" and cacophonic guitar, the introspective and melancholic lyrics (especially in the so-called Trilogy of Pain,  which culminated in the album Tonight's the Night,  considered by many the first concept album in rock history to deal with themes such as pain and loss) as well as the inevitable flannel shirt, which over the years has become an authentic alternative status symbol.
1 Mr. Soul
2 Cinnamon Girl
3 The Loner
4 Down By The River
5 Heart Of Gold
6 See The Sky About To Rain
7 After The Godl Rush
8 When Your Lonely Heart Breaks
9 Drive Back
10 Opera Star
11 Sugar Mountain
12 Comes A Time
13 Mideast Vacation
14 Long Walk Home
16 Like A Hurricane
17 Hey Hey, My My
Recorder live @ Stadthalle Stadium in Vienna, 1987, during the "Life" promotional tour.