Late Era Debut—Neil Young’s Greendale


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  1. Late Era Debut! We’re thrilled to bring you a brand new podcast, Late Era, which will closely examine the under-appreciated and overlooked records from some of the most notable artists of the last sixty years. Hosted by three music critics and musicians, Sam Sodomsky of Pitchfork, Andy Cush of Garcia Peoples and Pitchfork, and Winston Cook-Wilson of Pitchfork. These guys do a great job of exploring these artistic left turns, and look into whether there are things there that we should still appreciate. Episode 1 is about the 2003 Neil Young and Crazy Horse release, Greendale. So this is a Bush-era, 10-song rock opera set in a fictional seaside California town. It’s a weird one, and a perfect album to kick off this series. Please subscribe and leave a review.
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