Neil Young & Crazy Horse perform unreleased track at Italy show

Neil Young & Crazy Horse perform unreleased track at Italy show

Neil Young & Crazy Horse played an unreleased track dating from 2001 during their show at Piazza Colbert, Barolo, Italy last night [July 21].

"Standing In The Light Of Love" was debuted on June 9, 2001 at the Sheffield Arena and played a further 26 times during the band's European and Japanese shows that year.

It was last played on July 28, 2001 at the Fuji Rock Festival, Japan.

Young and Crazy Horse have already aired a number of deep rare cuts during their current European tour.

At their Reykjavík show on July 7, they performed "Separate Ways", from the Homegrown sessions, which hasn't had a live airing since 2008, and "Days That Used To Be" from Ragged Glory, which the band hadn't played live since 1991.

At the July 20 show at Ulm in Germany, they played "Name Of Love", from CSNY's 1988 album, American Dream. The song has only had 19 live performances: prior to the Ulm show, it was last played live in November, 1988.

At Ulm, they also performed the CSNY song, "Living With War", which hasn't been played live since September 2006 and has never been performed live by Crazy Horse before.

They have also debuted a new song during this tour: you can watch them perform "Who's Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth?" here.

You can read our review of the Neil Young & Crazy Horse show on July 12 at Hyde Park here.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse set list for Collisioni Festival, Piazza Colbert, Barolo, Italy, July 21, 2014:

Love And Only Love
Standing In The Light Of Love
Goin' Home
Days That Used To Be
Living With War
Love To Burn
Name Of Love
Blowin' In The Wind
Heart Of Gold
Barstool Blues
Psychedelic Pill
Cortez The Killer
Rockin' In The Free World

Who's Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth?

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