Neil Young Journeys
|Neil Young Journeys|
|Directed by||Jonathan Demme|
|Produced by||Jonathan Demme|
|Music by||Neil Young|
|Edited by||Glenn Allen|
|Distributed by||Sony Pictures Classics|
Neil Young Journeys is a 2011 American concert documentary film produced and directed by Jonathan Demme, featuring Neil Young and produced for Sony Pictures Classics. It is, along with Neil Young: Heart of Gold (2006) and Neil Young Trunk Show (2009), part of a Neil Young trilogy being created by Demme.
The film has Young visiting his childhood home of Omemee, Ontario, with his brother where he arrives at his old haunts and tells stories of the people from his past. In addition, he passes by Scott Young Public School, which was named in honor of his father, Scott Young.
Another major portion of the film is Young performing a concert at Massey Hall in Toronto, which features primarily his newer compositions. However, there are five classic songs with "Ohio" being the most prominent with archival footage of the Kent State Shootings in 1970 with photographs of the four students who were killed in the incident being displayed.
Songs in the film
All songs are written by Young, except where otherwise noted.
- "Peaceful Valley Boulevard"
- "Down by the River"
- "Sign Of Love"
- "Love And War"
- "After the Gold Rush"
- "I Believe In You"
- "My My, Hey Hey (Out of the Blue)" - written by Neil Young and Jeff Blackburn
- "You Never Call"
- "Walk With Me"
- "Helpless" - played over the credits
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- Neil Young Journeys at Metacritic
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