The song was written in response to the Canadian musician Neil Young's two songs Alabama and Southern Man in which the south's civil rights violations in the late 1960s and early 1970s were fiercely criticized.
Neil Barrett color-blocked with neutrals and bolds in slim silhouettes and shorter shorts while John Bartlett's ruggedly masculine show combined retro gym styles with military and sportsman influences.
From his haunting acoustic material as heard on the albums Harvest and Harvest Moon to his garage rock powerhouse band Crazy Horse, Neil Young has been following his own inspired musical compass for the better part of four decades.
Ronnie Van Zant's lyrics, Well I heard mister Young sing about her/Well, I heard ole Neil put her down/Well, I hope Neil Young will remember/A Southern man don't need him around anyhow called out Young in no uncertain terms.
Included in the feature were Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, directors of L'Enfant (The Child), Neil Jordan (Breakfast on Pluto), Michael Winterbottom (Tristram Shandy: A Cock and Bull Story), and Patrice Chéreau (Gabrielle).