Video: Neil Young on Making of ‘Harvest’

  

This is a short but very cool video made by the BBC on the making of Neil Young’s Harvest.

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One thought on “Video: Neil Young on Making of ‘Harvest’

  1. What has always amused me was that the tracks Neil did with the LSO were recorded lying on his back at Barking Town Hall in East London which at that time my synagogue also used to hire at the time of the Jewish High Holydays of New Year and Day of Atonement as our building wasn’t big enough for our congregation.

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