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.
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