Neil Young

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"Shakeyfest" - The Films of Neil Young (aka Bernard Shakey)

Bernard Shakey’s silent film made in 2012. A book author visits a gallery featuring the works of Shepard Fairey and haggles with the owner over purchasing paintings for a book. As they move about the gallery, the paintings come to life and tell a story of their own.

Plays together with Solo Trans.

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"Shakeyfest" - The Films of Neil Young (aka Bernard Shakey)

“Neil Young’s first feature film cost some $350,000 and remains a sought-after artifact more than 30 years after its initial release.

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"Shakey Fest" - The Films of Neil Young (aka Bernard Shakey)

RUST NEVER SLEEPS calls itself a ‘concert fantasy.’ As he was during last fall’s tour at which this was filmed, Mr. Young is discovered ‘asleep’ on top of one of the loudspeaker banks, which has been disguised as an oversized pirate chest, and ‘wakes up’ to begin the concert.

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"Shakey Fest" - The Films of Neil Young (aka Bernard Shakey)

“The director’s cut version of Neil Young’s mind-bending 1982 post-apocalyptic musical comedy, in which the rock legend writes, directs and stars alongside an eclectic and eccentric cast including Dean Stockwell, Russ Tamblyn, Dennis Hopper and Devo.

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"Shakey Fest" - The Films of Neil Young (aka Bernard Shakey)

In the mid-80s, Neil Young was going through a wildly experimental phase, and in the space of four years released three utterly different albums, one, Trans (1982) full of synthetic electro, another, 1984's Everybody's Rockin' featuring hardcore, high-speed rockabilly, and then, in 1985, Old Ways, a return to the kind of country-and-western that made Young famous in the first place.

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Included as part of "Shakey Fest" (the films of Neil Young)

Diagnosed with a potentially life-threatening brain aneurysm, Neil Young recorded the ‘Prairie Moon’ album in a matter of days in Nashville just before surgery – and, after recovery, asked Jonathan Demme to preserve a subsequent live showcase in the C&W music capital.

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