Waging Heavy Peace :: By Neil Young :: Blue Rider Press, 512 pages :: $30 :: As rambling as a Crazy Horse jam, and at times as piercing and shrill as Young's most ragged electric guitar solo, and as personal as his most intimate acoustic number, the book allows this rock elder to let loose on a range of topics, from the sadness of lost friends to his rage at the inadequacy of the MP3 to the joy of model-train-ing with his son.

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