℗ 2020 Silver Bow Productions
Released June 17, 2020
Duration 35m 18s
Genre Rock
 

Homegrown

Neil Young

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1.1
Separate Ways
Neil Young
3:33
1.2
Try
Neil Young
2:49
1.3
Mexico
Neil Young
1:40
1.4
Love Is A Rose
Neil Young
2:17
1.5
Homegrown
Neil Young
2:47
1.6
Florida
Neil Young
2:58
1.7
Kansas
Neil Young
2:12
1.8
We Don't Smoke It No More
Neil Young
4:51
1.9
White Line
Neil Young
3:13
1.10
Vacancy
Neil Young
3:58
1.11
Little Wing
Neil Young
2:12
1.12
Star Of Bethlehem
Neil Young
2:48
Homegrown is a studio album by Neil Young from 1974–75. It remained unreleased for decades, a sort of "Lost" album. Now, Young is releasing the album for the first time through Silver Bow Productions. 1974 was a turbulent and productive year for Neil Young. With the unreleased 1973 album Tonight's the Night in the can, Young recorded On the Beach in the Spring for a July 1974 release. He convened Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young at his ranch for abortive album sessions before launching an extensive summer stadium tour with the group. At Broken Arrow Ranch on June 17th, Young recorded "Through My Sails" with the quartet. "Love Is a Rose," a reworking of his earlier "Dance, Dance, Dance" was recorded with bassist Tim Drummond on June 16, as well as "Pardon My Heart." The latter song backing vocal overdubs from Ralph Molina and Billy Talbot in August 1975 and was released along with "Through My Sails" on that year's Zuma album with Crazy Horse. On tour, Neil paused to record another new song, "White Line," as a duet with the Band's Robbie Robertson That year, Young debuted seventeen new songs in concert. After the tour, Young held recording sessions in Nashville, Los Angeles and at Broken Arrow for a new album. A December 11 session at Quadraphonic Sound Studios in Nashville with Levon Helm yielded "The Old Homestead." "Star of Bethlehem" and "Deep Forbidden Lake" were recorded two days later at the same studio. "Little Wing" was recorded January 21st at the Village Studios in Los Angeles. The songs from these sessions are largely acoustic, with many of the songs being solo performances of Young on guitar and harmonica. Young has said that "Homegrown is the missing link between Harvest, Comes a Time, Old Ways and Harvest Moon." The songs are quite personal, and revealed much of Young's feelings on his failing relationship at the time with actress Carrie Snodgress. "It was a little too personal...it scared me" Young would later explain to Cameron Crowe in interview.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Reprise Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track titlePeak (dB FS)RMS (dB FS)DR
Album average
Range of values
-4.00
-9.83 to -0.34
-23.27
-29.25 to -18.35
12
11 to 17
1
Separate Ways
-0.34-23.3817
2
Try
-1.03-21.7214
3
Mexico
-6.28-24.7511
4
Love Is A Rose
-4.25-21.5911
5
Homegrown
-2.02-20.7513
6
Florida
-9.83-29.2511
7
Kansas
-9.36-27.7711
8
We Don't Smoke It No More
-0.77-19.9813
9
White Line
-3.31-23.5413
10
Vacancy
-0.70-18.3512
11
Little Wing
-5.51-25.3611
12
Star Of Bethlehem
-4.63-22.7812

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