Neil Young Sugar Mountain Live At Canterbury House 180g 2LP
Pressed on 180 Gram Heavy-Weight HQ Vinyl at Pallas!
Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the July 2009 Issue of Stereophile!
In early 2007, Neil Young’s Live At Massey Hall 1971 flashback debuted on the
Pop chart at #6, a stunning success for an archival release. Now greet the
arrival of Sugar Mountain – Live At Canterbury House 1968, another singular
installment in the continuing Neil Young Archives Performance Series. On this
set, recorded in Ann Arbor, MI, November 9-10, just days before the release of
Young’s self-titled solo debut, one of the greatest singer-songwriters in rock
history is heard solo and acoustic at the height of one of the most tumultuous
and creative periods ever experienced in both music and culture.
Along with the music — restored and transferred from analog to digital — the
packaging is a treasure, including the front cover photo taken in 1967 by Linda
McCartney and reproductions of artifacts surrounding the Canterbury House
The special vinyl package features two 180g ultra heavyweight black-vinyl discs pressed at Pallas in a paper-wrapped Stoughton gatefold jacket.
• 180 Gram Ultra heavy weight 2LP
• Pressed at Pallas in Germany
• Stoughton Gatefold Jacket
• Cover photo taken in 1967 by Linda McCartney
Live - Canterbury House 1968
1. [Emcee Intro]
2. On The Way Home
3. Songwriting Rap
4. Mr. Soul
5. Recording Rap
6. Expecting to Fly
7. The Last Trip to Tulsa
8. Bookstore Rap
9. The Loner
10. "I Used To..." Rap
12. Winterlong (Excerpt) & Out of My Mind - Intro.
13. Out of My Mind
1. If I Could Have Her Tonight
2. Classical Gas Rap
3. Sugar Mountain - Intro.
4. Sugar Mountain
5. I've Been Waiting For You
6. Songs Rap
7. Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing
8. Tuning Rap & The Old Laughing Lady - Intro.
9. The Old Laughing Lady
10. Broken Arrow