Neil Young & Crazy Horse Offer Bust Outs & Fan Favorites For First Reunion Since 2014 [Video]

first_imgLast night, Neil Young reunited with Crazy Horse at Warnors Theatre in Fresno, California, marking the first time Young had played with his former touring outfit since July 7, 2014, at Laugardalshöllin in Reykjavík, Iceland. For the unrehearsed gig, Young was joined by Ralph Molina, Nils Lofgren (E Street Band), and Billy Talbot, the latter of whom returned to perform with the group for the first time since having a stroke in 2014. As Young previously noted regarding unrehearsed run, the shows “will be the beginning of another beautiful chapter” in the band’s half-century of music making.The band opened up with a take on “Big Time”, a number off 1996’s Broken Arrow that hasn’t been performed live since 2001. From there, the group moved into renditions of “Country Home”, off 1990’s Ragged Glory; “Don’t Cry No Tears”, the first older Neil Young tune, which was first released on 1975’s Zuma; and “Winterlong”, another older tune that Young and Crazy Horse have been playing since their early tours in the 70s. After “World On A String”, the band moved into another bust-out, “Scattered (Let’s Think About Livin’)”, marking the first time the song had been played live in more than two decades, with its last time played falling in 1996.“Big Time”[Video: SSTLSD]“World On A String” & “Scattered”[Video: Ruby Inthedust]“Fuckin’ Up”, off Young’s sixth album with Crazy Horse, 1990’s Ragged Glory, followed the “Scattered” bust-out, followed by renditions of “Too Far Gone” and “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”, the latter being another cover of Young’s solo material. As the show accelerated to a close, the group offered up two fan favorites, “Cinnamon Girl” and “Cortez the Killer”, before the show’s ending run of “Walk On”, “Like A Hurricane”, and “Mansion On The Hill”. Returning for their encore, the group offered up another solo Young tune, “Roll Another Number” off 1975’s Tonight’s The Night before capping off the show in full with the traditional tune, “Greensleeves”.“Only Love Can Break Your Heart”[Video: SSTLSD]“Cinnamon Girl”[Video: Ruby Inthedust]“Cortez The Killer”[Video: Ruby Inthedust]Neil Young and Crazy Horse return to the Warnors Theatre tonight and Thursday before capping off their announced joint tour dates with a two-night run at Bakersfield, California’s Fox Theater.Setlist: Neil Young & Crazy Horse | Warnors Theatre | Fresno, CA | 5/1/2018Set: Big Time (first time live since 2001), Country Home, Don’t Cry No Tears, Winterlong, World on a String, Scattered (Let’s Think About Livin’) (first time live since 1996), Fuckin’ Up, Too Far Gone, Only Love Can Break Your Heart, Cinnamon Girl, Cortez the Killer, Walk On, Like a Hurricane, Mansion on the HillEncore: Roll Another Number (For the Road), Greensleeves ([traditional] song)last_img read more

Pardew: We are not in control

first_img Press Association Pardew angrily rejected an initial £10million bid from Arsenal for Cabaye on Monday, a matter of hours before his side kicked off their new Barclays Premier League campaign with a 4-0 defeat at Manchester City. But the Gunners and Paris St-Germain are both reportedly poised to make improved bids while Pardew battles to add to his squad as he heads towards the final week of the transfer window. Pardew said: “We’re the sort of club that is not in the bracket where we can dictate a transfer. “We sometimes have to respond, because we are not in the position where we have got the luxuries of Tottenham or Liverpool. “For us, we’re poised waiting to see what happens, and we want to make sure we bring in one or two players that affect our first team.” Pardew spent part of this week meeting Magpies owner Mike Ashley in the south of France to mull over potential new targets, but he is acutely aware time is running out to strike more deals, with on-loan Loic Remy still the club’s only signing of the summer. Pardew added: “This is the big week where everything comes up. I do think there will be business this week across the board, and I certainly hope we’re part of it.” In a week Pardew described as “not the easiest”, few things irritated him more than the timing of Arsenal’s offer for Cabaye, which unsettled the player to such an extent he was left out of the mauling at City. Pardew has still not decided whether to include Cabaye against West Ham at St James’ Park on Saturday, but his hand may be forced by injuries to both Jonas Gutierrez and Cheick Tiote. Pardew added: “I think the situation with Yohan is an ongoing situation and we will take each day as it comes. “There’s been one bid and I’ve turned that down, and that’s really all I’m going to comment on that today.” center_img Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has warned Magpies fans they could face more pain in the transfer market as he struggles to hang on to star French midfielder Yohan Cabaye.last_img read more