American Stars 'n Bars

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American Stars 'n Bars is the tenth studio album by Neil Young, released in 1977. The album included "Like a Hurricane", one of Young's best-known songs. The album was produced by Neil Young and David Briggs with Tim Mulligan ("Star of Bethlehem" was produced by Elliot Mazer).

The album cover was designed by a friend of Young's, actor Dean Stockwell, and features Connie Moskos keeled over with a bottle of Canadian whiskey in her hand and an intoxicated Young with his face pressed against the glass floor.

Initially receiving favorable reviews, the album was described as a "sampler...of Young's various styles", It was not released in digital format until 2003, as a HDCD-encoded remastered version on August 19, 2003, as part of the Neil Young Archives Digital Masterpiece Series.


The tracks on the album are listed by date; they were recorded between November 1974 and April 1977. The earliest tracks ("Star of Bethlehem" and an earlier version of "Homegrown") were initially intended for a 1975 album that was never released, Homegrown.


Paul Nelson, reviewing the album for Rolling Stone commented on the mixed selection of songs and styles, and praising the "gale-force guitar playing" on "Like a Hurricane":<blockquote>The album can...
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