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Boomer Love Songs: Neil Young’s Cinnamon Girl Live 1991
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Boomer Love Songs: Neil Young’s Cinnamon Girl Live 1991

Lacks that “Love Me Tender” vibe and suave was never Young’s strong suit but it still seems to get the job done as far as the audience is concerned.

I wanna live with a cinnamon girl
I could be happy the rest of my life
With a cinnamon girl

A dreamer of pictures, I run in the night
You see us together, chasing the moonlight
My cinnamon girl

Ten silver saxes, a bass with a bow
The drummer relaxes and waits between shows
For his cinnamon girl

A dreamer of pictures, I run in the night
You see us together, chasing the moonlight
My cinnamon girl

Pa sent me money now
I’m going to make it somehow
I need another chance
You see your baby loves to dance
Yeah, yeah, yeah

I know, I know. Many will shy away from Young’s hulking onstage stomp ballet. It was just how this Canadian Polio-stricken country boy worked the stage.

Those who want to hear Cinnamon Girl performed with a nasty brutalist bent sans all romance should take in O-Negative’s attack on the song from 2009. It’s from a musical age you missed. It’s not for the faint-hearted or stone-cold sober. You have been warned.

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  • Millie Woods January 6, 2020, 7:57 PM

    Neil Young has lost his way but we still have his music.

  • Tom Sherry January 6, 2020, 8:53 PM

    A great song on my ’70’s stereo, with the 12″ woofers thumping happily.

  • Casey Klahn January 6, 2020, 9:48 PM

    Pissed at NY for life, and I already told the story.

    But, I wouldn’t react as much if i didn’t love his music. He has a bad boy prominence in the Jakob Dylan movie…

  • JoeDaddy January 7, 2020, 3:14 AM

    Yep. He, Springsteen, Ronstadt, ala Dixie Chicks are no longer in my music library. I turn the XM channel if Brucey comes on, as with the others…will endure a couple of Young’s tunes however. Gervais most certainly could have taken aim at them as well. Morons. Begging to be relevant by being ignorant is no excuse.

  • H January 7, 2020, 5:12 AM

    Old Neil is more of a tornado-spawning wall cloud force of nature than a musician to my ears. But that’s just me. As the used car dealers will tell you, there’s an ass for every seat.

  • Pissoir Dubuque January 7, 2020, 5:29 AM

    Well, my stars. Neil Young with a pageboy. Not a good look for Neil, IMHO. Nice hook, but a boring song.

  • tim January 7, 2020, 5:50 AM

    Saw Neil Young’s tour of that year, 1991, in Buffalo, NY. Loudest concert I’ve ever been to and I saw plenty.

    Great song…when played by Neil, Type No not so much.

  • Jack January 7, 2020, 6:28 AM

    I’ve always liked Young’s music especially during the 70’s when he released his best work. Now he’s just getting old but that’s fine, all of us are.

    One of the things I like about him is that unlike so many entertainers, he keeps his yap generally shut in interviews regarding contemporary politics and if he has much to say he’ll write a little song about it.

  • Klaus January 7, 2020, 2:35 PM

    I was at that Buffalo show in 91 and would agree it was super loud. For me it was the Ramones being the loudest show I ever survived.

  • ghostsniper January 7, 2020, 2:44 PM

    “Every junkie’s like a setting sun.”
    After hearing that the first time I set about learning every note.
    It’s acoustic and not too hard, even a novice can pick it up, and plenty of room in it to improvise.
    All of his stuff is that way.

  • Nori January 7, 2020, 9:40 PM

    Like most humans, Neil was at his best and brightest in his early 20’s.
    Cinnamon Girl is such a good tune.
    “A dreamer of pictures
    I run in the night
    you see us together
    Chasing the moonlight”

    Type O-Negative growling out these lyrics is like hearing 10 silver saxes,and a bass with a bow.
    Good thing the drummer relaxes.
    I’d like to hear them do “Down By The River”.

    “I sing the song because I love the man
    I know that some of you don’t understand
    Milk-blood to keep from running out

    I’ve seen the needle and the damage done
    A little part of it in everyone
    But every junkie’s like a settin’ sun…”

    Simple,but powerful. Thanks 4 the reminder,Ghost and Mr V.

  • WDS January 8, 2020, 11:30 AM

    One of the best things about being our age is we got to see all the “good” bands. Saw Neil when he was touring in CSNY right before the “4 Way Street” live album was released. Seems like a 100 years ago now.

    Thanks for posting.