"Like You Used To Do" appears on new album Storytone...

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“Like You Used To Do” appears on new album Storytone…

We’re delighted to be be able to host this world exclusive film of Neil Young in the studio.

The footage features Young performing the track “Like You Used To Do” from his new album, Storytone. In this clip, Young – dressed in a black t-shirt and baseball cap – is accompanied by a big band.

Storytone was released last week, November 3, by Reprise Records.

It features 10 songs, some recorded with a 92-piece orchestra and choir and some with a 60-piece orchestra and three with a big band. A deluxe version also includes an additional studio album of solo versions of all the songs.

The tracklisting for the deluxe version is:

“Plastic Flowers” (Solo)
“Who’s Gonna Stand Up?” (Solo)
“I Want To Drive My Car” (Solo)
“Glimmer” (Solo)
“Say Hello To Chicago” (Solo)
“Tumbleweed” (Solo)
“Like You Used To Do” (Solo)
“I’m Glad I Found You” (Solo)
“When I Watch You Sleeping” (Solo)
“All Those Dreams” (Solo)
“Plastic Flowers” (Orchestral)
“Who’s Gonna Stand Up?” (Orchestral)
“I Want To Drive My Car” (Band)
“Say Hello To Chicago” (Big Band)
“Tumbleweed” (Orchestral)
“Like You Used To Do” (Band)
“I’m Glad I Found You” (Orchestral)
“When I Watch You Sleeping” (Orchestral)
“All Those Dreams” (Orchestral)




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