Neil Young, wore a black t-shirt with “Earth” on the front and played a beautiful Gretsch White Falcon guitar for some of his show at the Live at the Marquee festival at The Docklands in Cork, Ireland on last night, July 10, 2014.
“Who’s Gonna Stand Up and Save the Earth?” is a new song that Young played for the first time on July 7, 2014 in Iceland.
“Days That Used To Be”:
“After The Gold Rush”:
“Love To Burn”:
“Don’t Cry No Tears”:
“Blowin’ in the Wind”:
“Heart Of Gold”:
“Rocking In The Free World”:
“Who’s Gonna Stand Up and Save the Earth?”:
“Roll Another Number (For the Road)”:
01. Love And Only Love
02. Goin’ Home
03. Days That Used To Be (on White Falcon)
04. After The Gold Rush (on White Falcon w/band)
05. Love To Burn
06. Separate Ways
07. Only Love Can Break Your Heart (on White Falcon w/band)
08. Don’t Cry No Tears (on White Falcon)
09. Blowin’ In The Wind (solo)
10. Red Sun (solo)
11. Heart Of Gold (solo)
13. Psychedelic Pill
14. Rockin’ In The Free World
15. Who’s Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth? (on Broadcaster/Telecaster)
16. Roll Another Number
Neil Young – vocals, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica
Frank Sampedro – electric guitar, keyboards, vocals
Ralph Molina – drums, vocals
Rick Rosas – bass
Dorene Carter – vocals
YaDonna West – vocals
Thanks to Thrasher’s Wheat for the set list and band info.
[In August of this year I’ll be publishing my rock ‘n’ roll/ coming-of-age novel, “True Love Scars,” which features a narrator who is obsessed with Bob Dylan. To read the first chapter, head here.
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2 thoughts on “Video: Neil Young & Crazy Horse Live at Cork, Ireland – July 10, 2014 – ‘After the Gold Rush,’ ‘Don’t Cry No Tears’ & Many More”
“After the Gold Rush.” Is that about the time he purchased Lionel Trains, then sent the manufacturing facility down to Mexico, away from the union-friendly environs of the greater Detroit area? Neil Dung, the Mitch Romney of rock ‘n roll. Keep on schlocking in the free market world.
He bought 20% of the company so I doubt it