Mendelsohn: Hey, look, it’s another Neil Young record. Which is, coincidentally, something you and I will be saying over and over in the coming years as we trudge through the ranks of the Great List. This time around, we get to examine Young’s 1975 effort Tonight’s the Night. An album that finds Young working with Crazy Horse and ruminating on sadness of loss after losing guitarist Danny Whitten and roadie Bruce Berry to drug overdoses in short order. I also understand that this album was recorded mostly in a single day in 1973. The rough, slap-dash nature of the record shows through in some spots, but overall there isn’t an unappealing bit to be found. And I’m saying that genuinely. Not just because the alien-implanted chip in my head is telling me I have to.