In May of 2011, Neil Young performed an intimate two-night stand at Massey Hall in Toronto to close out his solo world tour.

During the idyllic drive from his hometown of Omemee, Ontario to Toronto, he shared stories of his early life with filmmaker Jonathan Demme, who intercut that interview footage with performances from those two nights to create the acclaimed documentary 'Neil Young Journeys.' Now one lucky fan can win a copy of the film on Blu-ray through Ultimate Classic Rock and Sony Pictures Classics.

Demme used his unprecedented access to the normally elusive musician to create an unusually intimate look at Young, weaving together stories from his youth with live versions of classics like 'Ohio,' 'Hey Hey, My My' and 'I Believe in You,' as well as songs from the 2010 album 'Le Noise.' Young also performs two previously unreleased songs, 'Leia' and 'You Never Call.'

Demme is best know for his Oscar-winning direction of 'The Silence of the Lambs,' and other mainstream films like 'Philadelphia,' but he's no stranger to rock movies; he directed the Talking Heads concert film 'Stop Making Sense,' and had previously collaborated with Young on 'Heart of Gold' and 'Trunk Show.'

'Neil Young Journeys' premiered at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival to overwhelming critical praise. You can purchase a copy right now at Amazon, or enter to win a free copy below. Good luck!

'Neil Young Journeys' Blu-ray Giveaway

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