And there's definitely no need to have the words Neil Young anywhere!
The album features White on a number of the songs.
Young recorded all of the album in the vinyl recording “Voice-o-Graph” booth at Third Man - a 1940s-style straight-to-vinyl recording setup that seems guaranteed to leave plenty of warm crackles on the actual record.
Talking to Kamps recently, Young called the album “retro-tech” and then clarified:
“Retro-tech means recorded in a 1940s recording booth. A phone booth. It’s all acoustic with a harmonica inside a closed space, with one mic to vinyl.”Neil also said that the record sounds “like Jimmy Rogers or something.”
Interestingly, later in the interview, he mentioned that he regrets the digital mastering he used for some of his older records, most notably the classic Harvest Moon and Freedom LPs.