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According to Art Dudley at Stereophile, Listening #184;
And darned if Neil Young didn't sound more like Neil Young, especially in songs such as "Out of My Mind" and "Sugar Mountain," from Sugar Mountain: Live at Canterbury House 1968 (Reprise 512563-1). The vulnerability in his voice seemed more pronounced, even during his often hilarious between-song spiels, and the sounds of his acoustic guitar and his characteristic strumming style also seemed more distinctive than usual, notwithstanding a somewhat dead set of strings. It was easy to hear that Young was using a thin pick, and was aiming at the strings from a bit of a distance—ie, his pick wasn't hovering just over the strings, as with some players—and I didn't need a pitch pipe to tell me that his strings were tuned down a full step.