Neil Young at Carnegie Hall: a crowd-sourced concert film by Reelife Productions -- watch. (VIDEO)
Neil Young’s “Stunning” Carnegie Hall Set Captured by Crowd-Sourced Concert Film
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Jan. 22 2014 1:57 PM

Watch a Crowd-Sourced Neil Young Concert Film

Neil Young’s four-night stand at Carnegie Hall earlier this month was described as “stunning” and “incredible” by Rolling Stone. And now, happily, Reelife Documentary Productions has uploaded to YouTube a crowd-sourced concert film that captures the acoustic set—or two sets, rather, featuring over 30 songs, from “From Hank to Hendrix” to “Long May You Run.” Enjoy.

(Via Stellar.)

David Haglund is the literary editor of NewYorker.com. 

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