Neil Young – “After The Gold Rush” Album Cover Location

The location of Neil Young's "After The Gold Rush" album cover in New York, NY.

The location of Neil Young’s “After The Gold Rush” album cover in New York, NY.

West 3rd and Sullivan Street, New York, NY.

After The Gold Rush was the third studio album by Neil Young. Released on August 31, 1970, the album was recorded with Young’s backing band Crazy Horse at Sunset Sound Studios and Sound City in Los Angeles and Young’s basement studio in his Topanga Canyon home. The album cover featured a solarized photo of Young walking past the New York University School of Law, passing an old woman at the corner of West 3rd and Sullivan Street in New York.

 Required Listening:

  1. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
  2. Southern Man
  3. When You Dance I Can Really Love You

 

The album cover for Neil Young's "After The Gold Rush."

The album cover for Neil Young’s “After The Gold Rush.”

 

The building where the Neil Young was photographed in front of for his "After The Gold Rush" album cover.

The building where the Neil Young was photographed in front of for his “After The Gold Rush” album cover.

 

The wrought iron fence that Neil Young was photographed in front of for his "After The Gold Rush" album cover.

The wrought iron fence that Neil Young was photographed in front of for his “After The Gold Rush” album cover.

 

The wrought iron fence that Neil Young was photographed in front of for his "After The Gold Rush" album cover.

The wrought iron fence that Neil Young was photographed in front of for his “After The Gold Rush” album cover.

 

Map of the location of Neil Young's "After The Gold Rush" album cover photo.

Map of the location of Neil Young’s “After The Gold Rush” album cover photo.