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A Letter Home review – Neil Young benefits from forgoing studio trickery | Music | The Observer

MikeSorensen May 27, 2014 No Comments
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I think that it is great to refurbish records. It gives a different angle usually of the songs that were written. Sometimes it makes the song better and sometimes not. I typically prefer the first version of the songs because when they change it they try to keep within a certain parameter but I think they usually mess the song up.

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A Letter Home review – Neil Young benefits from forgoing studio trickery | Music | The Observer

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