Oh, my God, the arrogance! There is a 2009 remaster of Neil Young’s “Everybody Knows This is Nowhere.” One reviewer, who knew guitar, said it brought out the midrange of some guitar notes, etc., and that if you liked the rough low notes (paraphrasing) of the original (well, YEAH), then best stick with the original. No brainer. I can’t believe someone thought the guitar sound on intro to “Cowgirl in the Sand” needed ANYTHING done different. This makes me so afraid that some label jackass is going to ruin every great album out there dicking with it and that one day, we won’t be able to find the originals. Are we going to have to establish a historical society to protect music mixes??