Neil Young fans eager to purchase the legendary Canuck singer-songwriter's upcoming archive entry "Live at Cellar Door" can check out a video trailer for the album.
According to an article posted Nov. 2 at ThrashersWheat.org, the 'Heart of Gold' hitmaker has posted a video preview for the soon-to-be-released live solo acoustic set, which was originally performed and recorded during a six-night stand in late 1970 at the small Washington, D.C. club.
The 2:00 minute black and white clip previews a number of songs from the album, accompanied by 70's era photos and film footage. Tracks featured in the video include early acoustic live performances of ‘Tell Me Why,' 'Old Man,' 'Bad Fog Of Loneliness' and a rare solo piano version of 'Cinnamon Girl.'
Fans can check out the clip at YouTube.com.
The 13-track set, which will be available as a two-disc set on CD and 180-gram vinyl, hits shelves on December 10.
Young recently reunited with bandmates Crosby, Stills and Nash in Mountainview, Calif. at the annual Bridge School Benefit and announced a four night stand at New York's legendary Carnegie Hall, which will take place from Jan. 6 - Jan. 10.
See NeilYoung.com for more details.
Did you know? Neil Young will once again be honored by the Recording Academy during the 2014 Grammy week at a ceremony to be held on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2014, at the Village Studios in Los Angeles.