Neil Young debuted a brand new song at his first ever Iceland show on Monday night.
‘Who’s Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth’ was performed by Neil Young & Crazy Horse at Laugardalsholl in Reykjavik, Iceland. It was the first time Young had ever played in the Nordic country.
Young also included the extremely rare ‘Separate Ways, last played just once in in 2008 and then 35 times in 1993. The song was recorded for the unreleased ‘Homegrown’ album in 1975. The album was shelved for ‘Tonight’s The Night’.
‘Goin’ Home’ from 2002’s ‘Are You Passionate?’ also made the setlist. It was last played in 2003. ‘Days From Used To Be’ was played for the first time since 1991.
The Iceland show was also the first Crazy Horse show of 2014 and first without founding member Billy Talbot who suffered a stroke last month and was forced to withdraw from the band. Longtime Neil Young associate Rick Rosas is the current bass player for Crazy Horse.
Neil Young and Crazy Horse setlist, July 7, 2014 Iceland
Love and Only Love (from Ragged Glory, 1990)
Goin’ Home (from Are You Passionate?, 2002)
Days That Used To Be (from Ragged Glory, 1990)
Don’t Cry No Tears (from Zuma, 1975)
Love To Burn (from Ragged Glory, 1990)
Separate Ways (unreleased 1975)
Only Love Can Break Your Heart (from After The Goldrush, 1970)
Blowin’ In The Wind (from Weld, 1991)
Heart Of Gold (from Harvest, 1972)
Barstool Blues (from Zuma, 1975)
Psychedelic Pill (from Psychedelic Pill, 2012)
Who’s Gonna Stand Up And Save The Earth (new)
Rockin’ In The Free World (from Freedom, 1996)
Like A Hurricane (from American Stars & Bars, 1977)