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Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Americana

VIDEO: Neil Young covers God Save The Queen

by Roger Wink, VVN Music on May 26, 2012

in New Music,News

One of the songs on the new Neil Young and Crazy Horse album is ‘God Save The Queen’ (and not the Sex Pistols song.

Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Americana image

Neil Young and Crazy Horse - Americana

Neil Young and Crazy Horse “cover” the national anthem of Great Britain and the Royal Anthem of both Australia and Canada for their new album Americana (out next week).

The Young version is in a style that is slightly more recognizable then a few of his other covers of traditional songs.

This is the fourth video of songs from the album using archival footage.

‘Americana’ will be released in Australia on June 1 and in the USA on June 4. Watch the first three Americana videos here.

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