Beyond 'Hitchhiker': 15 Archival Neil Young Albums We'd Like to Hear

From 'Time Fades Away II' to 'Homegrown' and Crazy Horse's killer 2003 Bonnaroo set, a look at the best of Young's overflowing vault

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'Homegrown' (1975)

New songs were coming to Young so quickly in the mid-Seventies that his label couldn't possibly keep up. That meant more than a few albums got shelved. One of the more infamous ones is Homegrown, a country-flavored LP he opted to hold back in 1975 in favor of Tonight's The Night. Many of the songs surfaced on later albums or his live show, but Young has pledged to "rebuild" the album for the second box set. It will likely include wonderful obscurities like "Try," "Love Art Blues" and "Love Is a Rose" in addition to the title track, an ode to the joys of growing your own marijuana. 

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