Neil Young has delivered his second Fireside Sessions concert, posted on his Neil Young Archives website.
Filmed outside by his wife Daryl Hannah during a gentle snow storm, the 30-minute session opens with the Ian & Sylvia track “Four Strong Winds.” Young steps inside to perform the classic track “Birds” from his 1970 album After the Gold Rush. He then went on to joke about a sponsor from “water and soap” while washing his hands in his bathroom, calling it a “soap opera.”
He then went on to play the title track from 1974’s On The Beach, “Homefires,” “Words” from 1972’s Harvest and wraps it up with 1990 Ragged Glory‘s “Love And Only Love.” This is the first time Young performed “Words” and “Love And Only Love” solo.
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during these times
— Neil Young Archives (@NeilYoungNYA) March 26, 2020
Stream Neil Young’s fireside session here.