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London, Red Sun,

“No other band of their stature would take this risk”

~Andy Gill, The Independent

LondonNeil Young & Crazy Horse pull “Red Sun” out of their repertoire of songs to wow a London crowd Monday night.

London’s The Independent writer Andy Gill writes in a concert review that: ‘Neil Young may be his own harshest critic. ‘At times tonight, frankly, we sucked,’ he says at the end of another marathon show with Crazy Horse, his on-off backing band for over four decades. ‘But with what we do, that’s always a possibility.'”

Sometimes, he aptly states, they go beyond the point of no return.

“On ‘Walk Like A Giant’, a song about counter-culture values that closes his last album Psychedelic Pill, the almost subterranean fuzz distortion Young wrings from his Les Paul is the musical equivalent of tectonic plates shifting.”

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Dublin fans disappointed

DublinThe Irish may be a tough crowd.

According to the Irish Times, the crowd of 18,000 attending the Dublin June 15 show with Neil Young and Crazy Horse left disappointed with a self-indulgent performance.

The sound was awful, many said.

It starts out: “What was that wafting through the air at the RDS Arena last night? It was the smell of disappointment, as 18,000 Neil Young fans came to the slow and painful realisation that the man in black on stage was there only to please himself and not the modest attendance at the 30,000 capacity venue.”

The writer, Kevin Courtney, and the crowd it seems, wanted more classics. Some commenters at the end of the article beg to differ.

Innaresting reaction.

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Birmingham Review

Short review from the June 11 Neil Young & Crazy Horse concert at the LG Arena in Birminghamn, England.

Next Glasgow, Scotland on June 13.

29800190“Only Neil Young could subject an audience to 10 minutes of sustained sonic assault and still have them eating out of his hand a few moments later.”  ~ Express & Star

Reviewer Simon Penfold writes: “He and his faithful backing band had hit a peak with new song Walk Like a Giant – a lament for the failed dreams of the 60s – when it metamorphosed into a bewildering tailspin of feedback and growling guitar din that filled the LG Arena like the wrath of God.”

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Ottawa Folk Festival added, Sept. 4

Neil Young headlines 2013 Ottawa Folk Festival lineup

Festival’s 20th edition happening Sept. 4-8 at Hog’s Back Park
CBC News
Last Updated: Jun 11, 2013 2:02 PM ET

Neil Young & Crazy Horse, The Wailers and Vampire Weekend are among the headliners for this year’s edition of the Ottawa Folk Festival. The 20th edition runs from Wednesday, Sept. 4 to Sunday, Sept. 8 at Hog’s Back Park, with Neil Young & Crazy Horse and Patti Smith headlining opening night.

Sept. 5 brings indie darlings Vampire Weekend to the capital along with local acts Little Stella, Three Little Birds and Shannon Rose and the Thorns. The Friday schedule has a more hip-hop feel, with critically acclaimed rappers Kendrick Lamer and Shad sharing the bill with Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell.
Crowd-pleasers The Sheepdogs, The Avett Brothers, Hayden and Leif Vollebekk hit the stage Sept. 7.
The festival closes Sunday, Sept. 8 with The Wailers, who formed after Bob Marley’s death marked the end of their previous group Bob Marley & The Wailers.
This marks the third version of the Ottawa Folk Festival since Ottawa Bluesfest director Mark Monahan took control in 2011. Early-bird tickets go on sale Wednesday on Capital Tickets, with regular pricing starting Friday at midnight.

Wednesday, Sept. 4
Patti Smith, shown in archival photo, is hailed for her wide-ranging influence as a rocker and poet. (Polar Prize)
	* Neil Young & Crazy Horse
	* Patti Smith
Thursday, Sept. 5
	* Colin Meloy
	* Little Stella
	* Shannon Rose and the Thorns
	* Shred Kelly
	* The Claytones
	* Three Little Birds
	* Vampire Weekend
Friday, Sept. 6
	* Amanda Rheaume
	* Amos the Transparent
	* Beth Orton
	* Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell
	* Kendrick Lamar
	* Matt Andersen
	* Robyn Hitchcock
	* Shad
	* Tall Trees
	* The Dusty Drifters
Saturday, Sept. 7
Saskatoon's the Sheepdogs.  (CBC)
	* Carolina Chocolate Drops
	* Hayden
	* Hey Ocean!
	* John Allaire
	* Leif Vollebekk
	* Martyn Joseph
	* Pacific Curls
	* Rachel Sermanni
	* Sheesham and Lotus
	* Sondre Lerche
	* The Avett Brothers
	* The Belle Game
	* The Sheepdogs
	* Tift Merritt
	* Trent Severn
	* Vance Joy
	* Wake Owl
	* Winchester Warm
Sunday, Sept. 8
	* Carolina Chocolate Drops
	* Chris Smither
	* Claude Munson and The Storm Outside
	* Dave Norris and Local Ivan
	* David Lindley
	* Folly and the Hunter
	* Go Long (!)
	* Jeff Lang
	* Kat Edmonson
	* Mac DeMarco
	* Martyn Joseph
	* Mo Kenney
	* Sam Amidon
	* Spirit Family Reunion
	* Terry Gillespie
	* The Wailers
	* World Party

Neil Young Set List: 2013-06-10, Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England

Neil Young
Metro Radio Arena, Newcastle, England
w/ Crazy Horse

01. Love And Only Love
02. Powderfinger
03. Psychedelic Pill
04. Walk Like A Giant
05. Hole In The Sky
06. Comes A Time
07. Blowin' In The Wind
08. Singer Without A Song
09. Ramada Inn
10. Cinnamon Girl
11. F*!#in' Up
12. Surfer Joe And Moe The Sleaze
13. Mr. Soul
14. Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black)
15. Rockin' In The Free World

Tour: 2013 Alchemy Tour with Crazy Horse - Europe
Band: Crazy Horse, Line Up 3

Neil Young - vocals, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano
Frank Sampedro - electric guitar, acoustic guitar, vocals
Billy Talbot - bass, vocals
Ralph Molina - drums, vocals

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