By 1976 Neil Young had already created a body of work that most songwriters would cut of
both arms and legs to have composed. But Young had merely completed another phase of his
career and was ready to start the next.
This film tells the story and reviews the music of Neil from the release of his stunning 'Zuma'
album at the end of 1975, up to the release of the well received 'Prairie Wind' in 2005 - a thirty
year period during which this maverick musician covered just about every style in existence.
Featuring musical perfomances of Neil Young, reviewed by a team of esteemed experts
obscure footage, rare interviews and seldom seen photographs of and with Young.
Includes contributions from N.Y. biographer John Einarson, The Village Voice's Robert
Christgau; British rock author and music journalist, Barney Hoskins; Uncut magazine's
contributing editor, Nigel Williamson; es-editor of BAM magazine and early champion of Neil
Young, Dave Zimmer; CSNY biographer, Johnny Rogan; acclaimed music writer and historian
Clinton Heylin, and many others.
Also includes live and studio recordings of Neil Young classics reappraised by out panel of