July 21, 2006 17:39 ET
Available as Free Download at www.neilyoung.com
BURBANK, CA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 21, 2006 -- Neil Young's controversial album "Living With
War" has become a hot-button item since its release in early May.
Critically acclaimed as a milestone in confronting the most pressing issues
of our times, Young has now made a unique video for the album's first song,
"After The Garden."
It only made sense that Young would look to Al Gore's arresting documentary
"An Inconvenient Truth" to help tell the song's story. "Al Gore's
courageous film will be a lasting document," Young says, "a proof as years
go by that Mr. Gore was right from the start, and willing to go on record.
From his direct opposition to the war in Iraq to recognizing and
confronting global warming, Mr. Gore has shown himself to be a visionary,
standing out among his contemporaries."
Neil Young is making videos for each song on "Living With War," and will be
presenting them in the weeks ahead on the website www.neilyoung.com, where
they will be available as free downloads. Also on the website is the Living
With War Today online newspaper, which includes special coverage of the
ongoing Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young tour, as well as an array of other
features, like the protest song and video submissions from around the
world; and a Time Line Analyzer of all recent media coverage.
The Crosby, Still, Nash & Young Freedom of Speech '06 tour continues with
sold-out shows across the United States until September 10th in Pittsburgh.
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