Here's an exclusive preview from Neil Young & Crazy Horse's first album together in nine years - a cover of God Save The Queen (above).
The track features on Americana, a collection of classic US folk songs, because the British national anthem was also a 'de facto' anthem for the United States before the adoption of The Star Spangled Banner.
"Written in the 18th century with possible melodic roots in the 17th century, this anthem has been sung throughout the British Commonwealth and may have been sung in North America before the American Revolution and Declaration Of Independence in 1776, which rejected British sovereignty," Young notes of the song's pedigree.
"The Americana arrangement draws from the original melody and changes some melody and lyrics in the folk process."
Other tracks on the album, which is released on 4 June, include the likes of This Land Is Your Land (including the "deleted verses"), Tom Dula and Oh Susannah.
For more on the album head to Neilyoung.com
1:00 PM | 25/05/2012
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