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Neil Young & The Bluenotes - This Note's For You flac
Performer: Neil Young & The Bluenotes
Title: This Note's For You
Label: Reprise Records
Country: Germany
Style: Rock & Roll, Rhythm & Blues, Modern Electric Blues
Cat: 7599-25719-2
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2749 mb | MP3 size: 1726 mb | WMA size: 2329 mb
Genre: Rock / Rythm / Blues

1Can't Believe Your Lyin'2:56
2Married Man2:35
3This Note's For You2:04
4Ten Men Workin'6:25
5Hey Hey3:01
6One Thing
Bass – George WhitsellDrums – Ralph MolinaTambourine – Steve Onuska
7Life In The City3:12
8Sunny Inside2:33
10Coupe De Ville4:15


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
925 719-2Neil Young & The Bluenotes Neil Young & The Bluenotes - This Note's For You ‎(CD, Album)Reprise Records925 719-2Europe1988
925 719-1, WX 168Neil Young & The Bluenotes Neil Young & The Bluenotes - This Note's For You ‎(LP, Album)Reprise Records, Reprise Records925 719-1, WX 168Europe1988
925 719-1Neil Young This Note's For You ‎(LP, Album)Reprise Records925 719-1Europe1988
1592651Neil Young & The Bluenotes Neil Young & The Bluenotes - This Note's For You ‎(LP, Album)Reprise Records1592651Portugal1988
25719-1Neil Young & The Bluenotes Neil Young & The Bluenotes - This Note's For You ‎(LP, Album)Reprise Records25719-1Australia1988


  • BassRick Rosas
  • DrumsChad Cromwell
  • Guitar, Vocals, SongwriterNeil Young
  • KeyboardsFrank Sampedro
  • ProducerThe Volume Dealers
  • Saxophone [Alto]Ben Keith
  • Saxophone [Baritone]Larry Cragg
  • Saxophone [Lead Tenor]Steve Lawrence
  • TromboneClaude Cailliet
  • TrumpetJohn Fumo, Tom Bray


Album originally released in 1988.



This Note's for You is the 16th studio album by Canadian, American musician Neil Young, released on April 11, 1988 on Reprise. Part of the album's concept centered on the commercialism of rock and roll, and tours in particular. The music is marked by the use of a horn section. It also marked Young's return to the recently re-activated Reprise Records. Hi, this is Neil. Link to the NYA info-card for this song with press, documents, manuscripts, photos, videos. Look around NYA for fun and listening ALL Young released 'This Note's for You' on April 11, 1988. Neil Young was already having a pretty lousy decade when This Notes for You was released on April 11, 1988. It didnt start out that awful, with the folksy Hawks & Doves and the Crazy Horse collaboration album Re-ac-tor arrived in in 1980 and 1981, respectively. Young eventually had to change the Bluenotes moniker after 70s R&B star Harold Melvin, who led a band called the Blue Notes, sued This Notes for You was reissued without their name. Not that it mattered much, because few people heard or bought the album. This Note's For You. Critic Score. Okay then Boring ass album with the exception of Coupe de Ville. You know the album's lame when the only good track on it feels like a rewrite of a classic track in this case it's the title track from On the Beach. Listen to the very first chord carefully and you miiiight notice the similarity. Other than that you can completely ignore this record if you want. 5mo. Or consider a donation . This Note's For You by Neil Young Lyrics. Coupe De Ville by Neil Young Lyrics. Life In The City by Neil Young Lyrics. Twilight by Neil Young Lyrics. Neil Youngs seventeenth album which marks his return to Reprise. A major part of the albums concept is centered around rock commercialism and the tour business. This Notes for You Q&A. Primary Artists Neil Young. Producers Neil Young & Niko Bolas. Writers Neil Young. Neil Young. This Note's for You. The songs were mediocre, but the playing was spirited. And Young got further kudos due to his contretemps with MTV when the video channel first declined to program a clip for the title song because it featured parodies of popular MTV artists and commercial sponsors, then caved in and named it Best Video of the Year. Lost in all that hoopla, however, was that record buyers never came to the party. Neil Young Format: Audio CD. Please retry. One might assume the first album Neil Young put out upon his return to Reprise Records in 1988 after a misbegotten stint with Geffen would signal a comeback for the temporarily misplaced singer-songwriter. Actually, This Note's for You's successor, 1989's Freedom, is Young's late-'80s hallmark release. This one's the last in a series of titles from Young in the most capricious phase of a fickle career. This Note's for YouStudio album by Neil Young & The BluenotesReleasedApril 11, 1988 1988-04-11RecordedNovember 1987 January 1988StudioStu. This Note's For You, predictably, had a harder time getting airplay because of the product mentions. It garnered the most attention during the video controversy, but still only reached 19 on that chart as radio stations continued to shy away from it. This is the title track to the only album Young recorded with The Bluenotes as his backup band, members of which included Chad Cromwell on drums and Frank Sampedro on keyboards and a six-piece horn section. Befitting their name, This Note's For You is a blues album. Young responded by renaming the band used on this 1988 album as Ten Men Workin', after the opening track on the album