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Artist : Pegi YoungrnAlbum : Pegi YoungrnLabel : Warner Bros. RecordsrnGenre : FolkrnBitrate : 156 kbps avgrnSource : CD (LP)rnPlaytime : 00:47:58 (54 MB)rnRls date : 2007-06-23rnStore date : 2007-06-26rnrnrn[Track List]rn1. Fake 3:38rn2. Heterosexual Masses 2:41rn3. When The Wild Life Betrays Me 2:55rn4. Hold On 3:50rn5. Love Like Water 3:50rn6. Key To Love 3:22rn7. Sometimes 3:58rn8. Sometimes Like A River 4:06rn9. I Like The Party Life 3:30rn10.White Line In The Sun 5:54rn11.I\'m Not Through Loving You Yet 10:14rnrnrnWho can be sure which is the hardest, to be the child ofrnan iconic rock star trying to make a career in music, orrnthe wife of an iconic rock star who has decided to recordrnher own music and take it to the public?rnrnConsider Julian Lennon and Jakob Dylan. Or Yoko Ono forrnthat matter. They\'ve all had to suffer the slings andrnarrows of nitpicking critics or armchair commentators withrna disdain for coattail riding.rnrnNow we have Pegi Young, wife of rock/folk legend NeilrnYoung, to consider. Be gentle, she\'s way too nice a personrnto trash. Not that there\'s any reason to do so.rnrnPegi has had an interest in music and the itch to writernsongs since she was a young girl, yet until fairlyrnrecently, she didn\'t have the courage or time to realizernher dreams.rnrnWith her children grown and the Bridge School she and Neilrnco-founded running well, she now has the space in her lifernto explore who she is as an individual and as an artist.rnrnHer first album, "Pegi Young" (Warner Bros.), will bernreleased to the public June 26. Her appearance Friday atrnthe Henry Miller Memorial Library in Big Sur will mark herrndebut as a performing singer/songwriter in her own right.rnrnShe has three "local" gigs in all. Sunday evening she\'llrnperform at The Attic in Santa Cruz and Tuesday she\'llrnperform at the Little Fox Theatre in Redwood City.rnrn"It hopefully will be cool and people will like it," shernsaid from the ranch she and Neil share at the north end ofrnthe Santa Cruz Mountains.rnrnPegi, married to Neil for almost 30 years, has performedrnon stage with him over the years at the Bridge SchoolrnBenefit Concert, an annual event held at the ShorelinernAmphitheater and as a backup singer in Neil\'s variousrnbands since about 2000.rnrnWhen it came time for her to make this recording, sherndidn\'t want to ask Neil to be on it, so she didn\'t.rnrnHe showed up to check out how things were going her firstrnday in the studio on the ranch.rnrnThe second day he was sitting in, offering his stingingrnguitar solos and plaintive harmonica playing. When askedrnif he planned to appear with his wife at these shows, shernwas coy.rnrn"You know, that\'s a good question," she said, "of which Irnhave no answer. I\'m not really going to ask and he\'s notrngoing to say."rnrnSo it\'s anyone\'s guess, but I wouldn\'t be too surprised ifrnhe showed. On her 11-song record though, she managed tornsnag a few heavyweight friends of Neil\'s to be involved.rnrnMost of the music has a decidedly mellow tone to it, withrnshades of country music and folk rock. Her voice isrndistinctively warm and sweet-sounding.rnrn"Having Ben play on it, the masterful Ben Keith, you can\'trnget away from the pedal steel and the dobro. So there\'srnsome country influence that just comes in. I think it\'srnmore that I admire him as a musician and I\'m so honored tornhave him play on my record.rnrn"Ben played on Patsy Cline\'s \'I Fall To Pieces.\' I\'vernknown him for many, many years. He\'s played in differentrnconfigurations in Neil\'s different bands. He has played asrnan augmented member of Crazy Horse. He was on the Friendsrn& Relatives Tour in 2000. He played on \'Harvest.\' He\'srnbeen with Neil for 30-plus years. I know his touch andrnmanner of playing, and I hoped he would be willing to playrnon my record and he did, along with Spooner Oldham,rnanother one of these incredibly great musicians. He playedrnthe quintessential part on Aretha\'s \'Respect,\' and he wasrnpart of the whole Muscle Shoals group. I\'ve just got thesernmagnificent players on my record. I guess I don\'t reallyrnthink of it as a country record, although I did mix it allrnin Nashville. So certainly there is that influence."rnrnFor her live band she has Keith, guitarist/vocalistrnAnthony Crawford, and bassist Rick Rosas.rnrn"He\'s just phenomenal, too. It\'s just a really great livernband," she said.rnrnThe San Mateo-born musician grew up in the Bay Area duringrnthe heyday of the Haight Ashbury scene, enjoying therneclectic music choices at the Fillmore, Avalon andrnWinterland during her high school years.rnrnShe hitchhiked cross-country to visit her brother inrnVermont, and when she returned, she bought a friend\'srnteepee and camped out on the land. She met Neil at the barrnwhere she worked serving drinks.rnrn"Well, the night I met him I wasn\'t actually working," shernsaid. "I had stopped in and I was with people I knew. Irnthink I was out shooting pool, whiling away my youth.rnWasting my youth or something. That\'s where we met, aroundrna pool table. He owned this property where we live at thatrnpoint. He had purchased it a few years before. I hadrnalways wanted to live out in these hills, and I\'d beenrntromping around here since I was a kid. It was kind of arnnatural thing. It\'s all good."rnrnIn that spirit, give Pegi Young a try. I think you\'ll bernglad you did.