Neil Young expands on his upcoming projects in the new Uncut, dated June 2014, and describes working with Jack White on new acoustic album A Letter Home, which was released last weekend.

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Neil Young expands on his upcoming projects in the new Uncut, dated June 2014, and describes working with Jack White on new acoustic album A Letter Home, which was released last weekend.

“When you listen to [A Letter Home], it sounds like it was made a long, long time ago,” Young says. “We had a good time, and it was fun to work with Jack as a co-producer. Jack is a very talented man.

“[Elvis Presley] made one like that,” he adds. “[Recording] A Letter Home in a ’40s recording booth is an historic art project. Actually, in all ways it’s superior to a CD, or an MP3. Because it’s an analogue, full-fidelity production.”

To read more from Young about his future work, get the new Uncut, dated June 2014, and out on Friday (April 25).

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