Neil Young Plays More Rarities in Fireside Sessions 4 Livestream
The latest livestream featured the performance of three "Silver & Gold" songs
After nearly a month, Neil Young has shared his latest Fireside Sessions livestream.
Like its previous three editions, the fourth one was shot and directed by Young’s wife Daryl Hannah and it took place at the couple’s home in Colorado.
Starting at sunset and standing in front of a campfire, Young kicked off the set with a version of “One of These Days” from Harvest Moon before going indoors (in front of a fireplace), grabbing his harmonica and busting out “Good to See You” from 2000’s Silver & Gold. After the song, Young told Hannah that he “could never get it right” and “it seemed like a simple little song.”
Young also performed the Zuma rarity “Through My Sails,” which according to Setlist.fm, is the first time he’s played the song. It was also the first version of fellow Silver & Gold track “Daddy Went Walking” (he played a third song, “Distant Camera,” from Silver & Gold).
In his previous livestreams, Young went deep into his extensive catalog, performing rarities or solo versions of his classic songs. Young’s Fireside Sessions has been one of the best livestreams due to their unpredictable nature that showcases him at his most freewheeling. The stripped-down songs show Young’s warmth and comfort, especially in this intimate setting.
Watch Young’s latest Fireside Sessions stream here.
One of These Days
Good to See You
Through My Sails
Daddy Went Walking
After the Gold Rush
Are You Ready for the Country