On January 22, 1968, “Reprise” label released the debut, self-titled Neil Young studio album. It was recorded August – October 1968, at “Wally Heider Recording”, “Sunset Sound Recording” and “TTG Recording” in Hollywood, and was produced by Neil Young and David Briggs. “The Old Laughing Lady,” “String Quartet from Whiskey Boot Hill,” and “I’ve Loved Her So Long” produced by Jack Nitzsche,Ry Cooder and Neil Young.
- Neil Young— vocals, guitars, piano, synthesizer, harpsichord, pipe organ
- Ry Cooder— guitar
- Jack Nitzsche— electric piano
- Jim Messina,Carol Kaye — bass
- George Grantham,Earl Palmer — drums
- Merry Clayton,Brenda Holloway, Patrice Holloway, Gloria Richetta Jones, Sherlie Matthews, Gracia Nitzsche — backing vocals
- Danny Kelly — photography
- Ed Thrasher— album art direction
- Roland Deihl — cover painting
All tracks by Neil Young, except where noted.
- The Emperor of Wyoming
- The Loner
- If I Could Have Her Tonight
- I’ve Been Waiting for You
- The Old Laughing Lady
- String Quartet from Whiskey Boot Hill – Jack Nitzche
- Here We Are in the Years
- What Did You Do to My Life?
- I’ve Loved Her So Long
- The Last Trip to Tulsa