Sugar Mountain: Live at Canterbury House 1968
Neil Young

Sugar Mountain: Live at Canterbury House 1968

Disc review

When I die I want to be buried on Sugar Mountain so I can listen to Neil Young songs for the rest of eternity. Forty years on, a solo performance at the Canterbury House in Ann Arbor, Michigan, is released as part of Young’s archive series. Recorded shortly after leaving Buffalo Springfield, the evening’s repertoire consists of songs from his Springfield days (Mr. Soul, Expecting to Fly, Nowadays Clancy Can’t Even Sing) and the first solo album (The Loner, The Last Trip to Tulsa), which was released at the time of this recording. The show’s intimacy and between-song banter are beautifully captured on this document that will transport you back in time.

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