Neil Young & Crazy Horse Performing Live In 1976

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Neil Young’s November 1976 performances with Crazy Horse are the source of the upcoming live album Songs For Judy, which was announced on Friday and comes out on November 30. The live album culled exclusively from the solo sets Young played before being joined onstage by drummer Ralph Molina, bassist Billy Talbot and guitarist/keyboardist Frank Sampedro to close out the shows.

This edition of Sunday Cinema presents video footage of Neil Young & Crazy Horse performing live in 1976. Recorded in March and April in Japan and the United Kingdom, the never-released concert documentary Yesteryear Of The Horse begins with Young performing solo, followed by a set with his rocking backing band.

The video begins with Young’s solo offerings of “Mellow My Mind,” “Too Far Gone” and “No One Seems To Know” from performances in Budokan, Tokyo. Full band versions of “Country Home,” “Don’t Cry No Tears,” “Drive Back,” “Cowgirl In The Sand,” “Lotta Love” and “The Losing End” also come from the Budokan shows. Next comes footage from London’s Hammersmith Odeon in which Young goes from solo acoustic guitar on “Tell Me Why,” to piano on “Stringman,” to banjo on “Human Highway.” Crazy Horse then comes aboard for “Down By The River” and “Cortez The Killer.” The end of the video is of Young busking on the streets of Glasgow, Scotland while playing “The Old Laughing Laughing Lady” on banjo.

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