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An Australian “Waging Heavy Peace” review

From the Sydney Herald, reviewer Daniel Herborn takes on “Waging Heavy Peace” on the tailend of a whirlwind Australian tour by Neil & the Horse.

Herborn has this to say about Neil’s first stab at autobiographical ramblings:

“Showing a zest for life and disdain for order and chronology, Waging Heavy  Peace is rambling, disorganised, rife with hippie aphorisms and absolutely  vital. Anybody hoping for a blow-by-blow account of his remarkable career will  be disappointed.”

Neil Young performs in Melbourne earlier this month. Photo: Jason South

In Young’s world view, nobody is ever forgotten, and long-departed friends are  just as likely to appear in the circuitous narrative as new collaborators, Herborn writes.

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