Neil Young has just shared his fourth Fireside Session video, which is his longest of the series yet. As always it was filmed at his Colorado ranch by his wife, Daryl Hannah, who notes after opening song "One of These Days" that "the birds are singing with you." Things then move inside, by the fireplace, for Silver and Gold's "Good to See You," which Rolling Stone notes he hasn't played since 1999. That's followed by "Through My Sails," which was originally intended for "lost" 1974 CSNY reunion album Human Highway but ended up on 1975's Zuma and has never been played live before.

From there, Neil returns to Silver and Gold for "Daddy Went Walking," piano renditions of "After the Gold Rush" and "Mother Earth," back outside (and back again to Silver and Gold) for "Distant Camera" before concluding at the piano once again with "Are You Ready for the Country."

Watch Fireside Sessions #4 at the Neil Young Archives.

In other "lost" album news, Neil has finally given a release date and official tracklist for Homegrown, his 1974-1975 unreleased studio album that Neil calls the "unheard bridge between Harvest and Comes a Time." That's coming out June 19 and artwork and tracklist is below:


Homegrown tracklist:
01 “Separate Ways”
02 “Try”
03 “Mexico”
04 “Love Is A Rose”
05 “Homegrown”
06 “Florida”
07 “Kansas”
08 “We Don’t Smoke It No More”
09 “White Line”
10 “Vacancy”
11 “Little Wing”
12 “Star Of Bethlehem”

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