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  1. American Stars 'n Bars is the eighth studio album by Canadian folk rock songwriter Neil Young, released on Reprise Records in 1977. Compiled from recording sessions scattered over a 29-month period, it includes "Like a Hurricane", one of Young's best-known songs. It peaked at #21 on the Billboard 200 and received a RIAA gold certification.

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    • May 27, 1977
    • December 13, 1974-April 4, 1977
  2. Vocals – Linda Ronstadt, Nicolette Larson. Written-By, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Neil Young. 2:58 : 2: Saddle Up The Palomino. Acoustic Guitar, Electric Guitar – Frank Sampedro. Bass Guitar [Bass] – Billy Talbot. Drums – Ralph M ...

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  3. 9. Jan. 2016 · Carole Mayedo, Linda Ronstadt and Nicolette Larson make great contributions. It’s country rock, but with a ragged rock ‘n roll heart that Neil wears so proudly on his sleeve. “Saddle Up the Palomino” has a little up and down runs played so slowly you can almost picture Young in the studio waving his arms wildly like a ...

  4. 3. März 2019 · Linda Ronstadt covered Neil Young's "Birds" (from album After the Goldrush) on her 1972 self titled album. (See video above) Also, Ronstadt, with Nicolette Larson, sang on Neil Young's 1977 album, American Stars 'n Bars, with Linda Ronstadt on the tracks "Old Country Waltz", "Saddle Up the Palomino", "Bite the Bullet", "Hold Back the ...

  5. 27. Mai 2017 · 40 Years Ago: Neil Young Stitches Together ‘American Stars ’n Bars’. In the mid-’70s, Neil Young couldn’t decide what to do. He’d record a full album, plan to release it and – at the ...

  6. Lucio DallaLucio Dalla. Released. 1978 — Italy. Vinyl —. LP, Album, Stereo. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the 1977 Vinyl release of "American Stars 'N Bars" on Discogs.

  7. Homegrown Lyrics. About “American Stars ’N Bars”. Released in 1977 and made of songs recorded during a time period of 29-months ranging from December 13, 1974 to April 4, 1977, American ...