Neil Young & the International Harvesters (YouTube)

Did you see The Silver Lining Concert at Frontier Park with Neil Young & the International Harvesters?

This week Neil Young released "A Treasure" from his archives, a live country album from his 1984-1985 tour with his backing band the International Harvesters.

That band was in Cheyenne playing a benefit concert at Frontier Park for victims of the August 1st flood in 1985. The opening act was local singer, songwriter and musician Michael Degreave.

Among the tracks on "A Treasure" are five previously unreleased songs including "Let Your Fingers Do the Walking," "Grey Riders" and "Amber Jean," written for Neil Young's daughter.

The song in the video above, "Get Back To The Country," is on the new release and was also on the 1985 album "Old Ways." Neil was busy as usual in 1985, he also performed with Crosby, Stills and Nash at Live Aid in Philadelphia.