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Andrew Bird Covers Neil Young's "Harvest Moon" For ReImagined

The "Pulaski At Night" singer updates Young's classic folk tune for ReImagined. 

Indie-rock singer/multi-instrumentalist Andrew Bird takes on Neil Young's "Harvest Moon" in the latest rendition of ReImagined.

The "Pulaski At Night" singer gives the upbeat folk tune a beautiful twist with a violin and soft voice that is reminiscent of Young's. "Harvest Moon" is from Young's 1992 album with the same name.

Bird, who released his solo debut Music Of Hair in 1996, released his latest album My Finest Work Yet in March. 

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