Neil Young is releasing his forthcoming Storytone album in two different versions, according to a new 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.
The deluxe version features the following tracks – the 10-track edition only features the second half:
"Plastic Flowers" (Solo)
"Who's Gonna Stand Up?" (Solo)
Neil Young debuted three new songs while performing solo in Boston last night (October 5).
Young, playing the first of two nights at the city's Wang Theatre, also performed a host of fan favourites, including "After The Gold Rush", "Ohio" and the rarely performed "Thrasher", alongside a couple of songs from this year's A Letter Home, "Reason To Believe" and "If You Could Read My Mind".
The three new tracks have tentatively been referred to by fans as "I'm Glad I Found U", "Plastic Flowers" and "Trace My Tears".
Neil Young played a benefit concert on Saturday September 27 to raise funds for Bold Nebraska, the Indigenous Environmental Network and the Cowboy & Indian Alliance.
The concert took place at Tanderup Farm, Neligh, Nebraska, on the route of the controversial Keystone XL pipeline. The project would bring diluted bitumen from Alberta to refineries in the Gulf Coast and cross land sacred to the First Nations people.
Neil Young has released two additional versions of his new song, "Who's Gonna Stand Up".
To compliment the live version, recorded with Crazy Horse, that Young released at the start of September, he has now posted an orchestral version and an acoustic version of the song on his website.
You can listen to all three versions here.
Neil Young played at this year's Farm Aid on September 13.
The event took place at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Farm Aid President and Founder Willie Nelson also played, along with Jack White, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews.
Young seven-song acoustic set included his new song, "Who's Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth?", which Young recently streamed on his website.
Scroll down to watch Young play "Heart Of Gold".
Neil Young played:
Heart Of Gold
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Photographs have appeared on social media indicating that Neil Young is back in the recording studio.
On August 19, musician Marc Sazer posted a photograph on his Twitter feed with the caption, 'Recording with @neilyoung, great to have a great choir live in the room with us!'