Last month, Neil Young quietly announced the release of A Letter Home, an album featuring lo-fi covers of songs from Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen, Willie Nelson, and others. Some people were able to snag it on Record Store Day and it officially comes out next week, but it’s streaming right now. Each song was recorded directly to vinyl inside Jack White’s 1940s-style recording booth and that comes through in the album, which starts off with a spoken letter to Young’s late mother before transitioning into Phil Ochs’ “Changes.” Listen to the whole album below (via HuffPo). A Letter Home is out 5/27 and you can pre-order it via Third Man Records.
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