Chrome Dreams II is the 28th studio album by Canadian musician Neil Young. The album debuted on the . Billboard 200 chart at number 11, selling about 54,000 copies in its first week
The first catalog is from the outer jacket and the second is from the hype sticker.
Chrome Dreams is a 1977 unreleased album by Neil Young, and also an acetate from that period which is claimed to be of that album. Jimmy McDonough's Shakey: Neil Young's Biography supports the claim that Chrome Dreams is indeed a bootlegged acetate with said title.
Band Name Neil Young. Album Name Chrome Dreams II. Type Album. Data de lançamento 23 Outubro 2007. Labels Warner Music Group Reprise Records. Estilo de MúsicaRock. Membros têm este álbum15. 1. Beautiful Bluebird.
Chrome Dreams is the name of an unreleased album from 1977. So, why is this Chrome Dreams II? Is it a similar case to 1992's Harvest Moon, when Young went back to the virtual land of his 1972 hit Harvest to write more material in that vein? As the original was reportedly lost in a fire, we may never know. Chrome Dreams II offers up gorgeous, plaintive laments and country-tinged numbers sung in that achy breaky, heart-on-sleeve voice of Young's, as well as ragged barn-storming rockers delivered with a growl
Any fears as to sound defects should be laid aside, however - this release is remarkably close to official quality audio.
Neil Young’s Chrome Dreams II follows up his unreleased 1977 album, Chrome Dreams. NEIL Young was thrilled about an old car. Over chile verde at a Mexican restaurant near the landmark Fox Theater here, where he was rehearsing for his tour, Mr. Young’s grizzled face lit up as he described his Linc-Volt. The car is a 1959 Lincoln Continental Mark IV, a 19-foot, two-ton behemoth
Neil Young was on a creative high in 1975. By the end of the summer, Zuma was finished, though still not released. Yet Neil carried on recording his new songs. Tracks 1 to 12 of this compilation are thought to be the unreleased Chrome Dreams album, readied for release weeks before Neil recorded those country hoedowns and rethought his strategy. Some of these song titles will be more than familiar to you, but the actual performances may surprise you. Powderfinger is performed as an unadorned solo acoustic song; Sedan Delivery, a second song destined for Rust Never sleeps, is presented in its pre-punked up arrangement and, in many people’s opinion, sounds all the better for that.
Neil Young 1970s Chrome Dreams (black label) (Studio FLAC). Neil Young 'Chrome Dreams' (black label) (17088-02) disk says 'made in Italy'. lineage: silver disk eac flacs upload. scans included For those who aren't aware of the album's history, let me place it into context: In October of 1976, Neil was set to release the three-lp best-of Decade. At the last minute, however, he changed his mind and instead requested his record company, Reprise, to shelve the project for one year. He had plans for a new album, he said, that would be ready for a November release. He even proffered the title: Chrome Dreams. November came and went, of course, and no new Neil product was in sight.
|2||Will To Love||7:11|
|3||Star Of Bethlehem||2:42|
|4||Like A Hurricane||8:14|
|5||Too Far Gone||2:41|
|6||Hold Back The Tears||5:16|
|12||Look Out For My Love||4:06|
|17088-02||Neil Young||Chrome Dreams (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Neil Young)||17088-02||Italy||1992|
|none||Neil Young||Chrome Dreams The Lost 77 Album (LP, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Neil Young)||none||Italy||2012|
|JOSH 2115||Neil Young||Young Dreams And Indians (CD, Unofficial)||Sioux Records||JOSH 2115||Unknown|
|none||Neil Young||Chrome Dreams (CD, Unofficial)||Reprise Records||none||Germany||Unknown|
|none||Neil Young||Chrome Dreams (LP, Album, Ltd, Num, Unofficial, W/Lbl)||Not On Label (Neil Young)||none||UK||1994|