Year of the Horse
Indie director Jim Jarmusch lenses a low-tech tribute to protean rocker Neil Young and his long-standing band, Crazy Horse. Stitched together from archival material shot in 1976 and 1986 along with candid scenes of Young and the band kicking back between shows, this rockumentary is as ragged as it is direct. Concert performances include renditions of hits such as "Sedan Delivery" and "Like a Hurricane."
- Stars:Ralph Molina, Frank 'Pancho' Sampedro, Billy Talbot, Neil Young, Larry Cragg, Jim Jarmusch, Elliot Roberts, Keith Wissmar, Scott Young,
- Director:Jim Jarmusch,
This film documents Neil Young and Crazy Horse's 1996 concert tour. Jim Jarmusch interviews the band about their long history, and we see backstage footage from the 1970s and 1980s. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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