Neil Young, "Old Man" #2

Neil Young, "Old Man" #2
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© Henry Diltz, 1971

When Neil Young bought the Broken Arrow Ranch in Half Moon Bay, the caretaker was still on the property. He was the inspiration for the song Old Man, "Old man take a look at my life, I'm a lot like you..." This was in 1971, a year before his album Harvest came out.

Neil Young, "Old Man" #2 by Henry Diltz

Color: Black and White    Type: Silver Gelatin    Signed: Signed

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