Neil Young will reissue Harvest for its 50th anniversary, adding a previously unreleased documentary and concert film, three outtakes from the sessions, and more. Out December 2 via Reprise, the 3xLP and 3xCD sets both come with a hardbound photo book, posters, and liner notes by photographer Joel Bernstein. Listen to “Heart of Gold” from the concert film below and scroll down for the full tracklist.
That track and seven others were recorded live in concert at the BBC in February 1971. This will be that set’s first official release. The three outtakes included with the reissue are “Bad Fog of Loneliness,” “Journey Through the Past,” and “Dance Dance Dance,” the latter two of which are also performed in the BBC set. Both the CD and vinyl box sets come with a DVD of the concert and the two-hour documentary Harvest Time, shot during the marking of Harvest.
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Neil Young: Harvest (50th Anniversary Edition)
Harvest (50th Anniversary Edition):
01 Out on the Weekend
03 A Man Needs a Maid
04 Heart of Gold
05 Are You Ready for the Country?
06 Old Man
07 There’s a World
09 The Needle and the Damage Done
10 Words (Between the Lines of Age)
11 Out on the Weekend (Live)
12 Old Man (Intro) (Live)
13 Old Man (Live)
14 Journey Through the Past (Intro) (Live)
15 Journey Through the Past (Live)
16 Heart of Gold (Intro) (Live)
17 Heart of Gold (Live)
18 Don’t Let It Bring You Down (Intro) (Live)
19 Don’t Let It Bring You Down (Live)
20 A Man Needs a Maid (Intro) (Live)
21 A Man Needs a Maid (Live)
22 Love in Mind (Intro) (Live)
23 Love in Mind (Live)
24 Dance Dance Dance (Live)
25 Bad Fog of Loneliness (Outtake)
26 Journey Through the Past (Outtake)
27 Dance Dance Dance (Outtake)
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