Greendale

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Sanctuary, 2004 - Art - 304 pages
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In Greendale, Neil Young masterfully blended his activist bent with a poetic perversity and the irresistible musical hooks that have made him a legend. In his compelling tale of a multi-generational family living in a small town in California, a cop is murdered, Cousin Jed is arrested, Grandpa confronts the subsequent media onslaught with tragic results and granddaughter Sun Green becomes an environmental activist. Joining the music CD, the elaborately-staged concerts, the movie, and the DVD, this book provides a satisfying literary and visual complement to the multimedia masterpiece that is Neil Young's Greendale.

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User Review  - James Hatton - Goodreads

Uh, everything Neil Young does gets 5 stars. Yep. This goes with his album by the same name, which also gets 5 stars. Yep. The book has illustrations that accompany the story told in the album. Worth it. Yep. Read full review

Review: Greendale

User Review  - James Hatton - Goodreads

Uh, everything Neil Young does gets 5 stars. Yep. This goes with his album by the same name, which also gets 5 stars. Yep. The book has illustrations that accompany the story told in the album. Worth it. Yep. Read full review

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