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The Polyphonic Spree covers Neil Young
Everyday it seems that dozens of Neil Young covers breeze by on our Twitter, Facebook, and various other assorted feeds.
And did we really need yet another cover of "Heart Of Gold"? Well apparently the world does now as you can hear above. This cover definitely falls into the category of "wasn't expecting that?!"
From The Polyphonic Spree covers Neil Young | Music | A.V. Undercover 2012 | The A.V. Club:
It had been quite a while since we'd heard anything from the Texas-based, Texas-sized group The Polyphonic Spree, but when a Chicago show was announced, we couldn't help but wonder how many of them would fit in the little round room. (Their ranks have swelled at times to 24 people.) When they chose Neil Young's 1972 "Heart Of Gold," we figured something special would happen, and that the robes would flow. We think you'll find this delightful performance enough to tide you over until the group releases a holiday album later this year. Meanwhile, cult--uh, band--leader Tim DeLaughter recently released a collaboration with Secret Machines' Philip Karnats under the name Preteen Zenith, which is well worth checking out. Enjoy this mega-cover of "Heart Of Gold."