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Glasgow Review

Very short review of Glasgow concert from the Scotland Herald.

neilyoungUseIt starts out: “It is, indeed, better to burn out than to fade away. Neil Young’s first show in Glasgow with Crazy Horse since 2001 was an exhilarating event, old and much-loved songs from his formidable back catalogue being thrown into the mix alongside newer songs. Predictable it wasn’t.”

Glasgow, Scotland


13 June 2013, live updates from our roving reporter Peter H. Go to Human Highway.

Neil Young & Crazy Horse set for 2013 UK tour

Described somewhat aptly?  as: “A grizzly bear of a man wrings sublimely heavy tones from a battered old Les Paul and a chain of massively overdriven amps while his seasoned companions sweat and toil to forge the most elemental of grooves: such is the lumbering majesty of Neil Young and Crazy Horse live.”

Too bad they used the photo of Neil is his poncho.neil in poncho

This is the opening paragraph in an article from UK’s ‘The List,” talking about the upcoming European tour of Neil Young with the horse.

It’s been 12 years since they played in Scotland. The June 13 Glasgow show is sold out.

The short article is somewhat over-the-top in liberties taken with lines like  “Coke-addled LA hippie aristocracy,” and “doo-wop harmonies” described  as an “Embodiment of human frailty.”

Clyde Auditorium







Beautiful Clyde Auditorium where Neil will play with the Horse.

Random Quote

Neil: These days it\'s all about closure of this and that for me. I have too many things to finish. How can I move on until I clean that slate? My film Human Highway [made in 1982] is one of those things. It should be available to the public. Dean Stockwell and Russell Tamblyn, my old friends from Topanga Canyon, and Dennis Hopper, a good old friend, were in this movie with me, and we wrote the dialogue as we went along. It is the dorkiest damn movie ever, and it walks a very fine line right on the edge of being too dorky. Some may say it falls over that line. The film was never put to rest to my satisfaction. When I finish something, I want it to be right, or as right as it can be.
by --Neil Young, 2012 interview with Costco

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Tom Hambleton provides BNB with setlists, thankfully. His website is the most comprehensive searchable archives on the Internets about anything Neil Young related setlists. Goto Sugar Mountain.

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