Paying loving tribute to the rock album as a unified work, The Long Players are Nashville’s premier rock ’n’ roll repertory ensemble. Over the past decade, the band has performed full-length, side-turning recordings from such rock titans as Pink Floyd, The Police, Nick Lowe and The Beatles, with a complement of guest singers and instrumentalists augmenting the core group. For their latest foray into the rock canon, they’ve selected Neil Young’s 1972 country-rock record, Harvest. Cut partly in Nashville, Harvest is the album that made Young a star. It’s perhaps his most relaxed collection, with the melodies of “Old Man” and “Heart of Gold” exemplifying that peculiar brand of instant nostalgia that permeated the era. Long Players guitarist Bill Lloyd says the group plans to augment their performance of Harvest with a brace of guest stars that includes vocalists Allison Moorer, Anne McCue and Radney Foster. Expect some interesting interpretations.