Recognized as one of Young's (and hence one of rock & roll's) finest albums, Harvest put the singer on the mainstream map with the mega-hit "Heart of Gold," which defined a soft folk-rock style frequently revisited by lesser artists throughout the 1970s. It also features some of his darker compositions, like the entropy-obsessed "Old Man" and the junkie eulogy, "The Needle and the Damage Done," one of Young's most haunting and compelling songs.
- Out On the Weekend
- A Man Needs a Maid
- Heart of Gold
- Are You Ready for the Country?
- Old Man
- There's a World
- The Needle and the Damage Done
- Words (Between the Lines of Age)