Neil Young’s “Peace Trail”: Music review

Hot on the heels of 2015’s “Monsanto Years,” and June’s live follow-up “Earth,” (recorded with Promise of the Real), “Peace Trail” is Neil Young’s 37th studio album. Recorded in four days, Neil opted to move on from the brief collaboration with Promise of the Real and work solo with studio musicians. Largely acoustic-driven, featuring some occasional odd touches of autotune, and spanning topics from Standing Rock to immigration and workers rights, it’s another peacenik protest offering from the old codger, but it’s not exactly a barn-stormer of a rock album.


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