Neil Young performs solo in Philadelphia – watch him play new songs

Neil Young has continued his solo tour in Philadelphia, as videos of him performing new songs at his Boston show a few days ago surface. Click below to watch his performance of "When I Watch You Sleeping" (previously known to fans as "Trace My Tears").

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Neil Young has continued his solo tour in Philadelphia, as videos of him performing new songs at his Boston show a few days ago surface.

Click below to watch his performance of “When I Watch You Sleeping” (previously known to fans as “Trace My Tears”).

Young played Philadelphia’s Academy Of Music last night (October 8), with the set remaining largely similar to his brace of Boston shows.

He ended again with the rarely performed “Thrasher”, and played the same two covers from his A Letter Home album, Tim Hardin’s “Reason To Believe” and Gordon Lightfoot’s “If You Could Read My Mind”.

Neil Young is releasing his forthcoming Storytone album in two different versions, according to a listing on iTunes.

One edition features 10 tracks, recorded mainly with a 92-piece orchestra and choir, while the other, presumably deluxe edition, also includes versions of the tracks recorded solo alongside the orchestral versions. Both editions are released on November 4.




Neil Young played:

“From Hank To Hendrix”
“On The Way Home”
“Only Love Can Break Your Heart”
“I’m Glad I Found You”
“Mellow My Mind”
“Reason To Believe”
“Someday”
“If You Could Read My Mind”
“Harvest”
“Old Man”
“Pocahontas”
“Heart Of Gold”
“Plastic Flowers”
“A Man Needs A Maid”
“Ohio”
“Southern Man”
“Who’s Gonna Stand Up?”
“Mother Earth”
“When I Watch You Sleeping (a.k.a Trace My Tears)”
“Harvest Moon”
“After The Gold Rush”
“Thrasher”


Photo: Aaron Farley


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