Neil Young continues to rummage through his archives and has set November 30th as the release date for Songs for Judy, a collection of 22 acoustic performances recorded during his November 1976 tour.
Included is the previously unreleased track “No One Seems to Know,” along with the likes of "Heart of Gold," "Sugar Mountain," "After the Gold Rush" and "The Needle and the Damage Done."
The album was put together by director Cameron Crowe, who, ironically, is directing a documentary on David Crosby. The two sometime bandmates aren't talking after Croz made disparaging remarks about Neil's wife, actress Daryl Hannah.
Crowe says, "The shows were reckless and beautiful... The acoustic portion of the evening morphed nightly, often fueled by a smoke or two just behind the curtain. After a break, Neil and Crazy Horse would return for a barn-burner of an electric set designed to level the place. They succeeded nightly."
A vinyl version of Songs for Judy will follow on December 14th.