[UPDATED] Neil Young Shares 1st ‘Fireside Sessions’ Video
Mar 20, 2020 • 10:35 am PDT
Neil Young has made the video free for all.
Neil Young released the first installment of his Fireside Sessions video series last night for Neil Young Archives subscribers and non-subscribers. Young’s performances of six songs, including his first known “Little Wing” since 1977, were featured in the video. Head here to watch.
Filmed by Neil’s wife, Daryl Hannah at their Telluride home, the video spans 28 minutes and is currently available for viewing via NYA’s Hearse Theater. Young starts the set outdoors with a solo guitar in hand for “Sugar Mountain.” Next, Neil moves indoors and performs a series of songs in front of a fireplace beginning with “Vampire Blues.” He then plays “Love/Art Blues” which was last performed in concert back on March 15, 2008.
“Vampire Blues” and “Love/Art Blues” are split by a faux commercial for water. Young then showed off a harmonica stand before performing After The Gold Rush gem “Tell Me Why.” Neil went on to reach back to the mid-1980s for “Razor Love” before finishing the set with Hawks & Doves rarity “Little Wing,” which he had only previously performed period over a one-month period spanning from August 3 – September 2, 1977. Watch Neil Young’s first Fireside Sessions set here.
Setlist (via Sugar Mountain)
Set: Sugar Mountain, Vampire Blues, Love/Art Blues, Tell Me Why, Razor Love, Little Wing
A few moments of Mexico on piano was edited in before and just after Little Wing.