Watch the Complete, Crowdsourced Concert Film of Neil Young’s Great Carnegie Hall Show (1/7/14)

On January 7th, Neil Young played an acoustic solo concert at Carnegie Hall and treated the audience to what Rolling Stone calls, “an absolutely jaw-dropping two hour and 20-minute show that focused largely on his golden period of 1966 to 1978.” “It was, without a doubt, one of the greatest Neil Young shows of the past decade, at least when he wasn’t playing with Crazy Horse.” Above, we have a crowdsourced concert film of that entire glorious show. It was stitched together and uploaded to Youtube by Reelife Documentary Productions. Find the 23-song setlist here.

via @SteveSilberman

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  • steve v says:

    Tom Adams (Reelife) documentry is an amazing chance to see one of the best if not the best live
    concert Neil
    Has treated the crowd and his fan to in my 40 years of listening and seeing him live. A MUST WATCH!!

  • Randy says:

    I don’t suppose anyone has uploaded this anywhere else… with thousands of views before being censored, surely someone saved it…

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