New Neil Young Documentary – Read The Uncut Review!

Uncut has seen 'Don't Be Denied' ahead of it's airing on TV next month

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A new hour long Neil Young documentary entitled “Don’t Be Denied” is to air on BBC Four next month and Uncut has seen a preview of it.

The BBC documentary is the first TV special with the reclusive singer, and includes two new interviews with Young, nine months apart in New York and California.

Screening on October 31, the documentary also looks back over the singer’s archives, with some great never-seen-before archive footage from Buffalo Springfield and Crazy Horse as well as solo performances.

You can find out what Don’t Be Denied is like by clicking here for Uncut Editor Allan Jones’ review.

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