Gilles LeBlanc


If there was one musician who you’d think has done it all, who no longer needs to test himself for the purpose of impressing others, it would have to be Neil Young. Instead of relishing his senior position as a folk and grunge trailblazer, Shakey has kept pushing himself artistically without the slightest regard for what anyone might think, longtime fans included. Young’s latest burst of creativity comes in the form of a covers album, although this is anything but some run-of-the-mill tributes to contemporaries such as Bob Dylan, Bert Jansch, and fellow Canadian Gordon Lightfoot.