|3||"I Used To..." Rap||0:37|
|4||Classical Gas Rap|
Written-By [Classical Gas (Excerpts)] – Mason Williams
|5||Out Of My Mind||2:07|
|7||On The Way Home||2:51|
|8||The Last Trip To Tulsa||8:35|
|9||Tuning Rap & The Old Laughing Lady - Intro.||3:06|
|11||Nowadays Clancy Can't Even Sing||4:43|
|12||Winterlong (Excerpt) & Out Of My Mind - Intro.||1:38|
|16||If I Could Have Her Tonight||2:34|
|17||Sugar Mountain - Intro.||0:29|
|19||Expecting To Fly||2:38|
|21||The Old Laughing Lady||7:25|
|23||I've Been Waiting For You||2:04|
|9362-49839-8||Neil Young||Sugar Mountain (Live At Canterbury House 1968) (HDCD + DVD-V, NTSC + Album)||Reprise Records||9362-49839-8||UK & Europe||2008|
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|9362-49839-8||Neil Young||Sugar Mountain (Live At Canterbury House 1968) (12", Ltd, TP)||Reprise Records||9362-49839-8||UK & Europe||2008|
- Art Direction, Design – Gary Burden, Jenice Heo
- Edited By [Digital], Mastered By – Tim Mulligan
- Engineer [Analog Restoration, Analog To Digital Transfers] – John Nowland
- Engineer [Assistant] – John Hausmann
- Engineer [Senior Technical] – Harry Sitam
- Executive-Producer [Dvd] – Elliot Rabinowitz
- Guitar, Vocals, Producer [Cd] – Neil Young
- Other [Direction] – Elliot Roberts
- Photography By [Front Cover] – Linda McCartney
- Research [Archivist] – Joel Bernstein
- Written-By – Neil Young (tracks: 4, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 14, 17, 18, 20, 22, 23)
Recorded at Canterbury House, Ann Arbor, MI
November 9 & 10, 1968.
Analog restoration & digital transfers at His Master's Wheels, Woodside, CA.
Digital Editing & Mastering at Redwood Digital, Woodside, CA.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Silver Bow Productions, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Silver Bow Productions, Inc.
- Recorded At – Canterbury House, Ann Arbor, MI
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