Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Rust Never Sleeps (1979)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Rust Never Sleeps (1979)

40th Anniversary

Cinema
voorverkoop:

Extended price € 10,50*

Cineville gratis

Extended price € 0

deurverkoop

Extended price € 11

Valid for Cineville

Cineville pass holders can reserve a ticket by emailing info@melkweg.nl. You can collect your ticket at the box office from 18:00 to 19:15 hr by showing your pass.

* Incl. € 9,15 ticket price. Incl. € 1,35 service fees
.
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Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Rust Never Sleeps (1979)

40th Anniversary

The night before Neil Young’s concert in the Ziggo Dome you can watch then controversial registration of his concert in Cow Palace in San Francisco in 1978. The show was part of the Rust Never Sleeps Tour with Youngs unsurpassed Crazy Horse friends Ralph Molina, Billy Talbot and Frank 'Pancho' Sampedro and is half acoustic and solo and half electric, with songs like Cortez the Killer, Cinnamon Girl, Sugar Mountain, Like a Hurricane, After the Gold Rush and Hey Hey, My My.

The under the pseudonym Bernard Shakey directed film is the theatrical impression of a concert fantasy, as a critique on the rock landscape of the late seventies. We see so called Star Wars based ‘roadeyes’ walking around on the surreal stage with gigantic amplifiers and the audience is addressed to with fragments of Woodstock. The slightly strange theatrical production doesn't stand in the way of the concerts quality however, that was called “one of the greatest live performances of the last twenty years” by Rolling Stone in 1978 already. 

With introduction.

  • Director
    Neil Young / Bernard Shakey
    Year
    1979
    Land
    VS
    Duur
    108 minuten
    Spoken Language
    Engels
    Ondertiteling
    Geen
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Neil Young - Cortez the Killer (Live)

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Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Rust Never Sleeps (1979)

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Rust Never Sleeps (1979)

40th Anniversary

Cinema
voorverkoop:

Extended price € 10,50*

Cineville gratis

Extended price € 0

deurverkoop

Extended price € 11

Valid for Cineville

Cineville pass holders can reserve a ticket by emailing info@melkweg.nl. You can collect your ticket at the box office from 18:00 to 19:15 hr by showing your pass.

* Incl. € 9,15 ticket price. Incl. € 1,35 service fees
.

Please note: this event has already taken place

Neil Young & Crazy Horse: Rust Never Sleeps (1979)

40th Anniversary

The night before Neil Young’s concert in the Ziggo Dome you can watch then controversial registration of his concert in Cow Palace in San Francisco in 1978. The show was part of the Rust Never Sleeps Tour with Youngs unsurpassed Crazy Horse friends Ralph Molina, Billy Talbot and Frank 'Pancho' Sampedro and is half acoustic and solo and half electric, with songs like Cortez the Killer, Cinnamon Girl, Sugar Mountain, Like a Hurricane, After the Gold Rush and Hey Hey, My My.

The under the pseudonym Bernard Shakey directed film is the theatrical impression of a concert fantasy, as a critique on the rock landscape of the late seventies. We see so called Star Wars based ‘roadeyes’ walking around on the surreal stage with gigantic amplifiers and the audience is addressed to with fragments of Woodstock. The slightly strange theatrical production doesn't stand in the way of the concerts quality however, that was called “one of the greatest live performances of the last twenty years” by Rolling Stone in 1978 already. 

With introduction.

  • Director
    Neil Young / Bernard Shakey
    Year
    1979
    Land
    VS
    Duur
    108 minuten
    Spoken Language
    Engels
    Ondertiteling
    Geen
  • Spotify
  • Tweet this
Neil Young - Cortez the Killer (Live)

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