Neil Young has opened up his vaults to release yet another big treat for his fans. This time it's the video for 'Amber Jean,' a song from his upcoming archival, country-influenced live album 'A Treasure.'

The clip is taken from when Young and his band at the time, the International Harvesters, appeared on a TV show called 'Nashville Now' in September 1984. In other words, this clip is nearly 27 years old and finds Young looking and sounding as vital as he ever was.

As is customary, Young is multi-tasking, playing acoustic guitar and a harmonica while singing. Overall, the clip looks old fashioned and retro, or as we like to say, "classic," just like the legend himself. The video for this somewhat twangy song will transport you back three decades to a simpler time, one not dominated by technology and interruptions from Blackberries and smart phones.

You can also check out our review of 'Grey Riders,' the first single from 'A Treasure,' and read about Neil's current reunion tour with Buffalo Springfield.

Watch Neil Young's Video for 'Amber Jean'