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Cinnamon Girl - Women Artists Cover Neil Young for Charity


Download links and information about Cinnamon Girl - Women Artists Cover Neil Young for Charity. This album was released in 2008 and it belongs to Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:22:00 minutes.

Release date: 2008
Genre: Rock, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:22:00
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No. Title Length
1. Heart of Gold (Tanya Donelly) 4:12
2. I Am a Child (Britta Phillips) 3:24
3. Comes a Time (Kate York) 3:10
4. The Needle and the Damage Done (Lori McKenna) 2:26
5. Down By the River (John Doe, Jill Sobule) 5:45
6. Burned (Veruca Salt) 2:57
7. Cowgirl In the Sand (Josie Cotton) 5:18
8. A Man Needs a Maid (Dala) 4:16
9. Ohio (Darcie Miner) 3:49
10. Everybody Knows This Nowhere (Carmen Townsend) 2:08
11. Cinnamon Girl (Euro-Trash Girl) 2:49
12. I Believe In You (Julie Peel) 3:34
13. Tell Me Why (Luff) 3:26
14. Ohio (Dala) 3:56
15. Helpless (Elk City) 4:55
16. Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Amilia K. Spicer) 3:22
17. Sugar Mountain (Louise Post) 5:06
18. Powderfinger (Watson Twins) 5:14
19. Like a Hurricane (Kristin Hersh) 5:55
20. Old Man (Cindy Wheeler) 3:16
21. Walk On (Heidi Gluck) 3:02



This collection of Neil Young covers benefits Casting for Recovery, a national non-profit support and educational program for women who have or have had breast cancer. Young’s tunes have been well covered over the years: The late Nicolette Larson’s “Lotta Love” being among the more famous. And here a wide range of female performers deliver their own take on this idiosyncratic rockers’ catalog, either tending towards his smoother sides or removing his prickly edges, from “I Am A Child” to “Helpless” to “The Needle and the Damage Done.” Young may have made these songs sound like alienation anthems, but in other hands they sound welcoming and reassuring. Amilia K. Spicer nicely compliments “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” with a heartfelt rendition that points up the power of Young’s simple but never simplistic melodies. Dala turns “Ohio” into a poignant piano ballad. Kristin Hersh adds an otherworldly buzz to “Like A Hurricane.” The Watson Twins harmonize for a modest acoustic take on Young’s “Powderfinger.” Heidi Gluck of Some Girls keeps Young’s buckling kick for “Walk On.”