Neil Young delighted fans with a classic career-spanning set at Hop Farm Festival yesterday (July 6).
Dressed in a paint-splattered jacket and jeans, Young launched in the opener ‘Love and Only Love’ from his 1990 album Ragged Glory before playing an extended version of ‘Hey Hey My My’.
Young then surprised fans with a rendition of ‘I’ve Been Waiting For You’, from his first album before playing ‘Spirit Road’ and a furious ‘Fuckin’ Up’.
Switching to acoustic guitar midway through the set, Young played favourites from his 1972 classic Harvest including ‘Old Man’, ‘Heart Of Gold’ and ‘The Needle And The Damage Done’.
“I don’t play this very often. I don’t know why…” said Young.
For his encore, Neil Young performed an unexpected cover of The Beatles ‘A Day In The Life’.
For a full review of Neil Young’s set see Uncut’s Live Blog.
Neil Young’s latest directorial project, “CSNY DEJA VU” opens at cinemas on July 18. To celebrate we’ve got three pairs of tickets to the exclusive preview screening in London on July 14. See the CSNY DEJA VU competition for details.
Love And Only Love
Hey Hey, My My
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere
I’ve Been Waiting For You
Oh, Lonesome Me
The Needle And The Damage Done
Heart Of Gold
Get Back To The Country
No Hidden Path
A Day In The Life
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