Mastered from the original analog tapes
Rock icon Neil Young's American Stars 'N Bars makes its digitally remastered return to LP for the first time in many years. Young made a point of listing the recording dates of the songs on American Stars 'n Bars; the dates even appeared on the LP labels.
They revealed that the songs had been cut at four different sessions dating back to 1974. But even without such documentation, it would have been easy to tell that the album was a stylistic hodgepodge, its first side consisting of country-tinged material featuring steel guitar and fiddle, plus backup vocals from Linda Ronstadt and the then-unknown Nicolette Larson, while the four songs on the second side varied from acoustic solo numbers like "Will to Love" to raging rockers such as "Like a Hurricane."
|Side 1||The Old Country Waltz||Saddle Up the Palomino||Hey Babe||Hold Back the Tears||Bite The Bullet||
|Star of Bethlehem||Will to Love||Like a Hurricane||Homegrown|