Neil Young and Crazy Horse have announced the release of Early Daze, a collection of mostly previously unreleased tracks from 1969.

The 10-track set will be released on June 28 and include songs that ended up on their first album together that year, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere, as well on Young's 1970 LP After the Gold Rush and his later records (such as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's Deja Vu).

You can hear a song from Early Daze, "Everybody's Alone," below. It features a different mix than the one included in 2009's Neil Young - Archives Vol. I.

Young teamed up with Crazy Horse in 1969, following the release of his self-titled debut solo album the year before. It was his first band since Buffalo Springfield broke up in 1968. At the time, Crazy Horse included guitarist Danny Whitten, drummer Ralph Molina, bassist Billy Talbot and keyboardist Jack Nitzsche.

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Early Daze will be available on CD, vinyl and digital formats and is available for preorder now.

What's on Neil Young and Crazy Horse's 'Early Daze' Album?

The album includes 10 tracks recorded in 1969 by Young and Crazy Horse. While a couple have been previously released - "Dance Dance Dance" was on Archives Vol. I, "Cinnamon Girl" is featured in its original 7" mono mix from 1970 that has a guitar outro not on the Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere album version - most of the tracks are previously unreleased.

These include unreleased versions of "Winterlong," "Wonderin'" and "Helpless," as well as a take on "Down by the River" with alternate vocals. You can see the track listing for Early Daze below.

Neil Young and Crazy Horse, 'Early Daze' Track Listing
Dance Dance Dance (Included on Neil Young - Archives Vol. I.)
Come On Baby Let’s Go Downtown (Unreleased version)
Winterlong (Unreleased version)
Everybody’s Alone (Different mix included on Archives Vol. I)
Wonderin’ (Unreleased version)
Cinnamon Girl (Original 7” Mono mix. Released April 20, 1970. Includes guitar outro not on LP version.)
Look At All The Things (Unreleased version)
Helpless (Unreleased version)
Birds (Unreleased stereo mix). Mono mix was released as B-side to “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”)
Down By The River (Unreleased version with alternate vocals)

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