Neil Young: “Jack White is a very talented man, it was fun to work with him”

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).

Photo: Aaron Farley


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