Video: Neil Young Performs ‘Needle Of Death’ at Carnegie Hall + More Videos — Jan. 6, 2014

Photo of Neil Young at Carnegie Hall via New York Times website.

Neil Young performs Bert Jansch’s “Needle of Death” and other songs, January 6, 2014, at Carnegie Hall’s Isaac Stern Auditorium in New York City.

Here’s the setlist.

Here’s the New York Times’ review.

(Also check my posts with videos from the January 7 show here and the January 9 show here.)

“Hank To Hendrix”:

“On The Way Home”:

“Only Love Can Break Your Heart”:

“Love In Mind”:

“Mellow My Mind”:

“Someday”:

“Old Man”:

“Ohio”:

“Ohio” (different perspective)”:

“Southern Man”:

“Needle Of Death”:

“Heart of Gold”:

“Comes A Time”:

“Long May You Run”:

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