At an age when most folks are traditionally kicking back and enjoying retirement, 70-year-old Neil Young is more prolific than ever as he prepares to release a new album (his second this year) in December, reports Entertainment Weekly.
Titled “Peace Trail”, the former Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young star’s 38th studio album will feature 10 new songs, all produced by Young and co-producer John Hanlon.
Young was joined in the studio by drummer Jim Keltner (who’s banged the skins for such artists Joe Cocker, Carly Simon, Steely Dan and three of The Beatles) and bass player Paul Bushnell for an album the press release describes as “primarily acoustic.”
Young has already released a video for one of the songs from the upcoming album, “Indian Giver”, which focuses on the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline. In June, he released the live double album “Earth”, recorded with his new touring band The Promise of the Real.
“Peace Trail” will be released on Dec. 2; the track list is as follows:
1. “Peace Trail”
2. “Can’t Stop Workin’”
3. “Indian Givers”
4. “Show Me”
5. “Texas Rangers”
6. “Terrorist Suicide Hang Gliders”
7. “John Oaks”
8. “My Pledge”
9. “Glass Accident”
10. “My New Robot”