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Neil Young

1 December 2008 9:05 PM, PST | avclub.com | See recent The AV Club news »

The biggest problem with Neil Young's recent spate of archival live releases is that he's already put out so many anthologies and concert recordings that the new issues risk redundancy simply by existing. Sure, "It's all one song," as the man himself once put it (on 1997's Year Of The Horse—a live album, of course), but hearing every version is a fanatic's game. Sugar Mountain: Live At Canterbury House 1968 in some ways typifies this. The performances, captured over two November nights at the University Of Michigan, are intimate, clear (the two-track recording is very good), and obviously felt. It's got historical value, too, as Young's first solo performances following his departure from Buffalo Springfield. "I never plan anything ahead, in case anybody hasn't noticed," he says while introducing his early song "Sugar Mountain." For »

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