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CSN CSNY Deja Vu

Crosby Stills & Nash

CSNYDavid Crosby If I Could Only Remember My Name

 

Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography

Crosby Stills & Nash

We'll be adding to our Crosby Stills and Nash section so stop back. We started with an overview of their outstanding box-set.

The Neil Young solo material is separate.

Newer releases - CSN, and solo material.

Crosby Still Nash -- Box-set
CSN's box-set traces the material they performed together as a band as well as examines their work together with Neil Young. But more than that, around half of the music is taken from the various different individual projects that Crosby Stills and Nash have been involved with. Though, it does not include early material from groups like the Byrds, The Hollies, and Buffalo Springfield.

This box-set is very well put together and highly recommended. In addition to the music, each track has superb credits with personnel, recording dates, and notes about the song by a band member. A superb family tree extensively traces the roots and branches of the vast musical history, truly fascinating. The liner notes also include a biography, photos, and discography (solo and together).

Within the track credits below we have listed the original album that the song appeared on. Several songs are alternative versions and we've noted those. That should give you a good idea of what is included in this awesome package. In short, this box-set summarizes nearly all of Crosby Stills and Nash's best material from their albums together as well as individually, with the addition of several unreleased tracks. 

It is important to note that many of the songs included from their debut album and Deja Vu are not the album tracks. Generally the original albums renditions are better. But these are superb supplements such as the nearly nine minute "Almost Cut My Hair." Also included are gems like a cover of the Beatles "Blackbird" that is quite strong vocally, though, the guitar is missing the counter melody notes. The track is not releasable on a regular album but perfectly suited as an outtake.  

As I was listening to disc one "Laughing" from Crosby's If Only I Could Remember My Name came on and I was thinking, now that's some good bass. No surprise that it is the incredible Phil Lesh from the Grateful Dead. Phil's band mate Jerry Garcia plays pedal steel on the song. Garcia also adds a touch of steel on "Teach Your Children," "Immigration Man," and "Southbound Train." For all of Jerry's fame it is interesting that his most known solo was released on Deja Vu. Speaking of good bass, Jack Cassidy is fabulous on "Guinnevere."

Is this box-set a definitive collection? By any measure it is at least close. From their debut album it includes a rendition of all of the songs but "Pre-Roads Downs" and "49 Bye-Byes" (both on 4 Way Street). From Deja Vu, only "Country Girl..." and "Everybody I Love You" are not represented. Then from their next two albums, around half of the songs are included, and highlights of the rest. 

As far as coverage from the solo material, from the best albums there is a generous helping. Often four, and even up to six tracks are included such great releases as If Only I Could Remember My Name, Wind on the Water, Songs For Beginners, and Graham Nash/David Crosby. Stills has far more albums, so the number of tracks per album is less. 

If you are looking to supplement this box set, we suggest, Stephen Stills' Manassas, Crosby / Nash's live October 10, 1971, performance available on Another Stoney Evening, and Crosby Stills & Nash's Four Way Street. For just the CSN material, there is a very good single disc compilation.

Crosby Stills and Nash's box-set may appear expensive. But if you consider that it summarizes all of their work together as well as the numerous solo albums, it is much, much cheaper than buying even a small number of them individually. With the exception of a few tracks on disc four, nearly all of the tracks included are essential.
by Barry Small © 

Grade 
A +

Order: CSN Box Set

Box Set Track List 
Disc: 1 Original Album
1. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes  Crosby Stills Nash *
2. Helplessly Hoping  Crosby Stills Nash *
3. You Don't Have To Cry  Crosby Stills Nash *
4. Wooden Ships  Crosby Stills Nash
5. Guinnevere  Crosby Stills Nash *
6. Marrakesh Express  Crosby Stills Nash
7. Long Time Gone  Crosby Stills Nash
8. Blackbird  Unreleased - 2/11/69 - CSN
9. Lady Of The Island  Crosby Stills Nash
10. Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves)  If I Could Only Remember My Name * C
11. Almost Cut My Hair  Deja Vu * -CSNY
12. Teach Your Children  Deja Vu -CSNY
13. Horses Through A Rainstorm  Unreleased - 12/28/69 -CSNY
14. Deja Vu  Deja Vu -CSNY
15. Helpless  Deja Vu -CSNY
16. 4 + 20  Deja Vu * -CSNY
17. Laughing  If I Could Only Remember My Name -C
18. Carry On/Questions  Deja Vu -CSNY
Disc: 2 Original Album
1. Woodstock  Deja Vu * -CSNY
2. Ohio  Single - 5/21/70 - CSN&Y
3. Love The One You're With  Stephen Stills
4. Our House  Deja Vu -CSNY
5. Old Times Good Times  Stephen Stills
6. The Lee Shore  Four Way Street *-CSNY
7. Music Is Love  If Only I Could Remember My Name -C
8. I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here  If Only I Could Remember My Name -C
9. Man In The Mirror  Songs For Beginners * -N
10. Black Queen  Stephen Stills *
11. Military Madness  Songs For Beginners -N
12. Urge For Going  Single * C N
13. I Used To Be A King  Songs For Beginners -N
14. Simple Man  Songs For Beginners * -N
15. Southbound Train  Graham Nash/David Crosby
16. Change Partners  Stephen Stills 2
17. My Love Is A Gentle Thing  Unreleased 4/18/75 *- Stills
18. Word Game  Stephen Stills 2
19. Johnny's Garden  Manassas -S
20. So Begins The Task  Manassas -S
21. Turn Back The Pages  Stills 1975
Disc: 3 Original Album
1. See The Changes  CSN *
2. It Doesn't Matter  Manassas -S
3. Immigration Man  Graham Nash/David Crosby
4. Chicago/We Can Change The World  Songs For Beginners -N
5. Homeward Through The Haze  Wind on the Water * -CN
6. Where Will I Be?  Graham Nash/David Crosby
7. Page 43  Graham Nash/David Crosby
8. Carry Me  Wind on the Water -CN
9. Cowboy Of Dreams  Wind on the Water -CN
10. Bittersweet  Wind on the Water -CN
11. To the Last Whale  Wind on the Water -CN
12. Prison Song  Wild Tales -N
13. Another Sleep Song  Wind on the Water -CN
14. Taken At All  Whistling Down the Highway* -CN
15. In My Dreams  CSN  
16. Just A Song Before I Go  CSN
17. Shadow Captain  CSN
18. Dark Star  CSN orig. album Allies live version
19. Cathedral  CSN
Disc: 4 Original Album
1. Wasted On The Way  Daylight Again -CSN
2. Barrel Of Pain (Half-Life)  Earth & Sky -N
3. Southern Cross  Daylight Again -CSN
4. Daylight Again: A. Daylight Again/B. Find The Cost Of Freedom Daylight Again -CSN
5. Thoroughfare Gap  Thoroughfare Gap -S
6. Wild Tales  Wild Tales * -N
7. Dear Mr. Fantasy  Traffic Cover 11/17/80* -SN
8. Cold Rain  CSN
9. Got It Made  American Dream * -SN
10. Tracks In The Dust  Oh Yes I Can -C
11. As I Come Of Age  Stills *
12. 50/50  Right By You -S
13. Drive My Car  Oh Yes I Can * -C
14. Delta  Daylight Again -CSN
15. Soldiers Of Peace  American Dream * -CSNY
16. Yours And Mine  Live It Up -CSN
17. Haven't We Lost Enough?  Live It Up -CSN
18. After The Dolphin  Live It Up -CSN
19. Find The Cost Of Freedom  B-Side of Ohio 1970
*Unreleased version

The alternates

Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
Helplessly Hoping
You Don't Have To Cry
Guinnevere
Blackbird
Song With No Words
Almost Cut My Hair (okay, this one is more complete than the released version)
4+20
Woodstock
The Lee Shore
Man in the Mirror (Live)
Black Queen
Urge for Going
Simple Man
See the Changes
Homeward Through the haze
Taken at All
Dark Star (Live)
Wild Tales (Live)
Dear Mr. Fantasy
Got it Made (Live U.N. broadcast)
As I Come of Age
Drive My Car
Soldiers of Peace

Crosby and Nash

Below are a few Crosby and Nash releases that are both of interest. 

 
Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
Another Stoney Evening  
This is a live performance of the duos performance on October 10, 1971, at the Dorothy Chandler Music Center in Los Angeles, CA. The CD was released by the Grateful Dead (GDCD) so it must have resided in their vast vault of musical treasures. 

The album has detailed liner notes by Steve Silverman.

On this evening Crosby and Nash run through an impressive catalogue of songs from CSN as well as solo material. This includes tracks from the CSN debut (1969), Deja Vu (1970), Four Way Street (1971), as well as Nash's (1971) Beginners, and Crosby's (1971) If Only I Could Remember My Name and the Crosby Nash's (1972) self-titled release. 

The concert is an excellent display, but these songs are not a substitute for the original versions. Since the songs are stripped down of the backing band, the listener hear the sounds in a different light, a must for hard core fans. The recording is remarkably high quality for a 1971 vault release and the vocals come through impressively. While this CD is not available everywhere, you should be able to locate a copy through Amazon's Marketplace or from the Grateful Dead's website
Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
Best Of: The ABC Years  
Crosby and Nash's release Best Of: The ABC Years is a compilation of their three albums with the label ABC, Crosby & Nash released three albums with ABC: 1975's Wind on the Water, 1976's Whistling Down the Wire, and 1977's Live

The band used well known Los Angeles session musicians for the trio of releases that fans of James Taylor and Carole King are familiar with. The band going by the name of The Mighty Jitters, formerly the Section, consisted of drummer Russ Kunkel, bassist Tim Drummond, guitarist Danny Kortchmar, keyboardist Craig Doerge, as well as multi instrumentalists, David Lindley. There is also some musical assistance by others such as Taylor on "Carry Me," and "To The Last Whale...," King on "Homeward Through the Haze," Leland Sklar and others.

The music is quite good and flows well. From Wind on the Water, the song "Love Work Out" is very electric Neil Young like in the style of "Southern Man." They carry on the theme on "Mutiny" with equal good results from the Whistling Down the Water album.

The liner notes are written by author Steve Silberman and include an essay about each album, as well as lyrics, credits, personnel, and photos. The music takes the best of the three albums and clocks in at 78 minutes, yielding a lot of good music at a reasonable price, highly recommended.

Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
Crosby Stills and Nash Classics
Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
CSN Deja Vu Four Way Street
Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
Newer releases, demos, boxes, reissues, etc.

CSN and solo

Crosby Stills & Nash Demos
Graham Nash - Reflections (Boxed Set)
Stephen Stills - Just Roll Tape: April 26th, 1968 
David Crosby - If I Could Only Remember My Name 
David Crosby - Voyage (Boxed Set)

Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
Crosby Stills & Nash 
Demos
Release Date: June 2009


Product Description
This 12 song compilation of previously unreleased demos from 1968 to 1971 offers a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the earliest days of one of rock's most legendary partnerships. After four decades as 'three together', the creative partnership of David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash is one of the most enduring and influential in contemporary music. This compilation of previously unreleased material takes an unprecedented look at the earliest days of their collaboration with 12 demos from 1968 to 1971-destined to be classic songs that would later be featured on CSN's studio albums and solo titles. While a number of demos feature members performing solo (and one finds them joined by Neil Young), the set opens with the trio harmonizing on 'Marrakesh Express', recorded four months before their self-titled debut LP was released in 1969.
  1. Marrakesh Express Crosby, Stills & Nash
  2. Almost Cut My Hair David Crosby
  3. You Don't Have To Cry Stephen Stills
  4. Déjà Vu David Crosby
  5. Sleep Song Graham Nash
  6. My Love Is A Gentle Thing Stephen Stills
  7. Be Yourself Graham Nash
  8. Music Is Love David Crosby, Neil Young & Graham Nash
  9. Singing Call Stephen Stills
10. Long Time Gone David Crosby & Stephen Stills
11. Chicago Graham Nash
12. Love The One You're With Stephen Stills

Press Release:

As members of one of rock's first supergroups, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash helped define the Woodstock generation through their peerless harmonies, resonant songwriting and deep commitment to political and social causes. The trio will tour this summer in both the U.S. and Europe, with more dates to be added to the U.S. leg. In between the late-spring North American and early summer European segments of the tour, Crosby, Stills & Nash will be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame on June 18 in New York City, and before the tour begins, Rhino will offer a behind-the-scenes look at the group's early days with a collection of 12 previously unreleased demos recorded between 1968 and 1971, CROSBY, STILLS & NASH DEMOS.

While many demos feature members performing solo, the opening cut includes all three harmonizing on the Nash-penned hit "Marrakesh Express," recorded four months before the release of the trio's eponymous debut in 1969. Crosby and Stills can be heard on another song from that blockbuster album, "Long Time Gone." The two recorded the demo in June 1968, just a few weeks before Nash joined the group.

Neil Young, whose arrival in 1969 launched CSN&Y, performs with Crosby and Nash on "Music Is Love," a song the three cowrote that appeared on Crosby's 1971 solo debut, If I Could Only Remember My Name. Crosby flies his "freak flag" alone on the anthemic "Almost Cut My Hair," a track featured on the group's 1970 #1 album Deja Vu. Stills performs unaccompanied on a 1968 demo of "My Love Is A Gentle Thing." Recorded in 1968, the song was never released on a studio album, although a 1975 recording of the track did surface in 1991 on the boxed set CSN.

More than half of CROSBY, STILLS & NASH DEMOS comprises early versions of songs destined for solo projects that each member focused on following the success of Deja Vu. Stills released his self-titled debut in 1970, which introduced "Love The One You're With," his biggest solo hit to-date and a live favorite. Stills recorded this version in April 1970, more than six months before recording the album version in London. Another Stills demo, "Singing Call," features a song that would appear on his follow-up, Stephen Stills 2.

Nearly all of the tracks on CROSBY, STILLS & NASH DEMOS were recorded at Wally Heider studios, a popular recording destination on the West Coast for everyone from Jefferson Airplane to Creedence Clearwater Revival. Nash chose Heider's studio to record his 1971 solo debut, Songs For Beginners, demoing much of the album there as well. This collection includes three of those demos: "Sleep Song," "Be Yourself," and the politically charged "Chicago." For more information on Crosby, Stills & Nash and for updated tour information, please visit www.crosbystillsnash.com

Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
Graham Nash 
Reflections
Release Date: 2/3/09

Product Description:
The definitive collection, spanning over 40 years on 3 CDs (64 tracks, 32 previously unreleased). Includes essential tracks from The Hollies, CSNY, Crosby/Nash, Nash solo and more! 

This deluxe package features a 150 page booklet with 75 classic and unseen photos and track notes by Graham Nash. Arranged chronologically, Reflections spans Nash's recordings from 1967 to 2007, starting with a trio of singles he released with The Hollies in 1967: 'On A Carousel', 'Carrie Anne', and 'King Midas In Reverse.' 

Nash left the group a year later, joining with Crosby and Stills to record the trio's self-titled album, which earned them the Grammy for Best New Artist. Reflections gathers several songs from that album-and its follow-up, released a few months later with the addition of Young-including 'Pre-Road Downs,' 'Marrakesh Express,' 'Our House' and 'Teach Your Children.' The set also includes tracks from the group's other albums: 'Just A Song Before I Go,' 'Wasted On My Way' and 'Heartland.' 

Over the years, Crosby and Nash have recorded a number of albums as a duo. Reflections features several gems from those collaborations with 'Immigration Man,' 'To The Last Whale,' 'Jesus Of Rio' and more. The collection also brings together several classics from Nash's four solo albums, ranging from the politically-charged 'Military Madness' and 'Chicago/We Can Change The World' to the emotionally raw 'Simple Man' and 'Sleep Song' and the socially conscious 'Barrel Of Pain' and 'Chippin' Away.' 

Reflection spotlights 32 songs with different mixes and alternate versions that have never been released. Among the highlights is Nash's solo acoustic demo of 'Right Between The Eyes.' Recorded during the Deja Vu session, a live version of the track popped up in 1971 on a CSN&Y live album. The compilation contains six unreleased tracks, including 'Water From The Moon,' 'Try To Find Me' and 'In Your Name,' a song he recorded in 2007. 

Press Release
Graham Nash's tenor is among rock's most recognizable, and as resonant as his voice of conscience as a songwriter. He started The Hollies with his childhood friend Allan Clarke in 1961, before embarking on a lifelong musical journey, solo and with David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Neil Young.

A day after his birthday, Rhino celebrates Nash's career (so far) with REFLECTIONS, a three-CD boxed set that encompasses 40 years of memorable music with 64 songs; half of which are unreleased mixes, alternate versions and unissued tracks. This deluxe package features a 150-page booklet with 75 classic and unseen photos and track notes by Graham Nash.

Arranged chronologically, REFLECTIONS spans Nash's recordings from 1967 to 2007, starting with a trio of singles he released with The Hollies in 1967: "On A Carousel," "Carrie Anne" and "King Midas In Reverse."

Nash left the group a year later, joining with Crosby and Stills to record the trio's self-titled album, which earned them the Grammy for "Best New Artist." REFLECTIONS gathers several songs from that album -- and its follow-up, released a few months later with the addition of Young -- including "Pre-Road Downs," "Marrakesh Express," "Our House" and "Teach Your Children." The set also includes tracks from the group's other albums: "Just A Song Before I Go," "Wasted On The Way" and "Heartland."

Over the years, Crosby and Nash have recorded a number of albums as a duo. REFLECTIONS features several gems from those collaborations with "Immigration Man," "To The Last Whale," "Jesus Of Rio" and more.

The collection also brings together several classics from Nash's four solo albums, ranging from the politically-charged ("Military Madness" and "Chicago"/"We Can Change The World") to the emotionally raw ("Simple Man" and "Sleep Song") and the socially conscious ("Barrel Of Pain" and "Chippin' Away.")

REFLECTIONS spotlights 32 songs with different mixes and alternate versions that have never been released. Among the highlights is Nash's solo acoustic demo of "Right Between The Eyes." Recorded during the Deja Vu sessions, a live version of the track popped up in 1971 on a CSN&Y live album. The compilation contains six unreleased tracks, including "Water From The Moon," "Try To Find Me" and "In Your Name," a song he recorded in 2007.

Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
Stephen Stills
Just Roll Tape: April 26th, 1968
Release Date: 7/10/07

Product Description:
Stephen Stills found himself in a New York recording studio, laid down a few hundred dollars, told the engineer to roll tape, and this collection of songs is what came about. Finally remastered and released to the public, this album shows the beginnings of Crosby, Still, and Nash. 
JUST ROLL TAPE
Track Listing 

1. "All I Know Is What You Tell Me"
2. "So Begins The Task" 
3. "Change Partners"
4. "Know You've Got To Run"
5. "The Doctor Will See You Now"
6. "Black Queen"
7. "Bumblebee (Do You Need A Place To Hide?)"
8. "Judy"
9. "Dreaming Of Snakes"
10. "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes"
11. "Helplessly Hoping"
12. "Wooden Ships"
Bonus Track
13. "Treetop Flyer" 

Press Release
STEPHEN STILLS SAYS JUST ROLL TAPE
Collection Features 12 Previously Unreleased Demos from Historic 1968 Session Including First Recordings of Classics "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," and "Wooden Ships" Plus a Bonus Demo of "Treetop Flyer" 

Available July 10 from Eyewall/Rhino Records

June 13 2007

LOS ANGELES -- 

In April 1968, after Stephen Stills left Buffalo Springfield but before he joined CSN, the singer-songwriter found himself in New York at a recording session with then-girlfriend Judy Collins. When she finished, Stills wandered down the hall with an engineer and an acoustic guitar. Peeling off a couple of hundred-dollar bills, Stills told the engineer, "Just roll tape." What he captured at that historic session were the first-ever versions of classics he would later record solo and with CSN, CSNY, and Manassas. Lost for decades, Eyewall/Rhino unearths this extraordinary moment in rock 'n' roll history for a collection of unreleased music. 


"Some you'll know; some you might not," Stills says of songs included in this collection. "The tape has been lost to the wind for almost 40 years until Graham Nash discovered its existence and urged me to release it. Somehow, it's found its way back, and these songs now feel like great friends when they were really young." 

After recording these now-historic demos, Stills left the masters in the studio, and they were almost discarded when the facility closed in 1978. Musician Joe Colasurdo, who was rehearsing there at the time, was told by the owner that he could cart off any tapes he wanted to before they cleared the place out. After seeing Stills' names on several of the boxes, Colasurdo kept them safe until he could find a reel-to-reel machine to play them on. 

Realizing the treasure he had, Joe began attempting to get the masters safely back into Stills hands, an undertaking that took much determination, and -- amazingly -- 25 years. In 2003, he was connected to Graham Nash after happening to meet a close friend of his. Nash received the tapes, passed them on to Stephen, encouraging him to release them. The rest is music history, as made by Stephen Stills on JUST ROLL TAPE. 

JUST ROLL TAPE presents remastered versions of the 12 songs Stills recorded with engineer John Haney at Elektra Studios in New York City. An amazing glimpse into Stills' songwriting genius, the recordings spotlight Stills' instantly recognizable voice accompanied only by his acoustic guitar. The album includes the first recordings of future CSN hits "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," "Helplessly Hoping," and "Wooden Ships." 

Also included are early versions of songs that would emerge on Stills' solo albums such as "Black Queen" from his 1970 self-titled debut along with "Change Partners" and "Know You're Got To Run" from his 1971 follow-up. "So Begins The Task" appears here almost four years before it was recorded by Manassas, the legendary group Stills formed in 1972. As a bonus, the collection is bolstered by a track not recorded during the April 26 session -- the first demo of fan favorite "Treetop Flyer," which showcases Stills singing and playing dobro. 

Recently voted by Rolling Stone as one of the top guitarists of all time (#28), Stills will launch a month-long solo tour this June in Toronto at the Music Hall Theatre. 
Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
David Crosby 
If I Could Only Remember My Name CD/DVD
Release Date: 11/21/2006


1. Music Is Love  
2. Cowboy Movie 
3. Tamalpais High (At About 3)  
4. Laughing 
5. What Are Their Names 
6. Traction In The Rain 
7. Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves) 
8. Orleans 
9. I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here 
10. Kids And Dogs (bonus track) 
Press Release:

Originally released at the pinnacle of CSNY's fame -- shortly after the group's classic LP Deja Vu and just before their celebrated live LP 4 Way Street -- singer-songwriter David Crosby's 1971 solo debut IF ONLY I COULD REMEMBER MY NAME is a transcendent tour de force that allmusic.com calls, "among the finest splinter albums out of the CSNY diaspora." Recorded in San Francisco, the LP hit #12 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart and features stand-out tracks including "Music Is Love," "Laughing" and "Traction In The Rain" as well as guest performances from a host of music icons including: the Dead's Jerry Garcia, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann and Phil Lesh, Paul Kantner, Jorma Kaukonen, Joni Mitchell, Graham Nash, Gregg Rolie (Santana), Neil Young and more. 35 years later, the landmark disc still sounds inspired throughout, and Rhino's new CD/DVD reissue features the previously unreleased track "Kids And Dogs," a 5.1 mix of the entire album, rare video footage, a photo gallery and more.

THE FACTS:
Deluxe 2-disc CD/DVD reissue of the classic 1971 solo debut album from two time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer David Crosby (inducted for The Byrds and CSN).

CD disc 1 presents the original album, remastered to sound better than ever.

Expanded with the previously unreleased song/bonus track "Kids And Dogs," featuring Jerry Garcia on guitar.
Includes the solo Croz classics "Traction In The Rain," "Cowboy Music," "Orleans" and more.
Plus the textured, "wordless" vocals of "Tamalpais High (At About 3)" and "Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves)."
DVD disc 2 features a stellar 5.1 surround sound mix of the entire album including "Kids And Dogs."
Plus, rare video footage, a photo gallery including many previously unseen images and more.

Album cover photo boasts a classic Henry Diltz shot of David Crosby.

Coincides with the release of Voyage, Rhino's 3-CD, career-spanning David Crosby boxed set.

Crosby Stills Nash - cd reviews and discography
David Crosby
David Crosby 
Voyage (Boxed Set)
Release Date: 11/21/2006
Rhino 

"By untangling the Crosby thread from the weave of his illustrious bands, what comes to light is a body of recordings that anticipated and influenced some of the most progressive developments in popular music, from the global cross-pollination of rock, folk, jazz, and non-Western tonalities, to the rise of the performing songwriter."
-- from liner notes by Steve Silberman
Press Release:
Music icon, singer-songwriter, social justice activist and sublime master of harmony vocals David Crosby is a two time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, inducted as a member of seminal folk-rock band The Byrds and Woodstock era-defining trio Crosby, Stills and Nash. CSN, who've been called "the voice of a generation," were GRAMMY-honored in 1969 as Best New Artist, and Crosby continues to tour and record with the now legendary group as well as with CSNY, their four-man unit with Neil Young. David Crosby also has a decades-long legacy of adventurous solo work plus multiple albums as a duo with Graham Nash and with CPR, the jazz-flavored trio he formed with his son James Raymond in '95. A native Californian, Crosby's storied career began as a folk singer in the coffee-house scene of the early 1960s, and remains one of the most remarkable threads weaving through contemporary music. Produced by Graham Nash and Joel Bernstein, VOYAGE -- the first retrospective of Crosby's influential work -- charts Crosby's course from 1966 to the present.

THE FACTS:
3-CD box, first ever Crosby retrospective, celebrates forty years of music from one of rock's most influential figures.
Produced by Graham Nash and Joel Bernstein, with associate producer James Austin.
Almost three hours of remastered music spanning 1966-2006, including a full disc (#3) of previously unreleased riches.
Handsome booklet features cover photo by legendary rock photographer Henry Diltz (who shot CSN's iconic self-titled debut LP), in-depth liner notes by Steve Silberman, tributes from a host of fellow musicians and profound track-by-track commentary from the Croz himself plus Roger McGuinn, Graham Nash, Phil Lesh, Neil Young, Joni Mitchell & more.
Disc 1 -- Essential Vol. 1 -- kicks off with Byrds classics including "Eight Miles High" and "Renaissance Fair."
Plus the Crosby-penned CSN immortals "Wooden Ships," "Guinnevere" and "Long Time Gone" and the CSNY signature songs "Deja Vu" and "Almost Cut My Hair."
Also features the Crosby solo gems "Tamalpais High (At About 3)" and "Laughing," plus the Crosby-Nash standouts "Carry Me," "Dancer" and more.
Disc 2 -- Essential Vol. 2 -- features the CSN favorites "In My Dreams" and "Delta" plus CSNY's "Compass."
CPR is spotlighted with five tracks including "Rusty And Blue" and "Somehow She Knew."
Also includes Crosby-Nash's "Through Here Quite Often" and the Crosby solo recordings "Hero" and his powerful version of "My Country 'Tis Of Thee."
Disc 3 -- Buried Treasure -- boasts almost 75 minutes of previously unreleased musical magic, including demos for "Deja Vu," "Long Time Gone," and "Almost Cut My Hair" plus an alternate mix of "Guinnevere."
Also features the Crosby & Nash live tracks "The Lee Shore" and "Traction In The Rain," CSNY's live take on "Dream For Him" (written for Crosby's son Django) and an alternate mix of CSNY's "Homeward Through The Haze."
Plus, the previously unissued song "Kids And Dogs."

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Crosby Still Nash Websites
Crosby Stills Nash The Crosby Stills Nash website.
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Neil Young This is the official Neil Young website.
Stephen Stills This is the official Stephen Stills website.
David Crosby This is the official David Crosby website.
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