Includes liner notes by Chet Flippo. Tracks In The Dust Recorded at Devonshire Sound Studio 3, Los Angeles, no date Engineer: Stanley Johnston Produced by David Crosby, Craig Doerge, and Stanley Johnston Originally released on Oh Yes I Can, January 23, 1989 11. Often, these musical brothers played on each other's sessions with the thread of killer harmonies and topical songwriting being the one constant. Helplessly Hoping Recorded at Sunwest Studio, Los Angeles. See the Changes - previously unreleased , 2.
As I Come of Age - previously unreleased , 12. Helplessly Hoping - previously unreleased , 3. The rough cuts are flat out cool and are in chronological order of release for the most part. The original were recorded at the following studios: , Britannia Studios, Devonshire Sound Studio, Wally Heider Studios, The Record Plant, Rudy Recorders, the Sound Lab, , Sunwest Studio, , and in Los Angeles; in ; in New York City; , His Master's Wheels, and Rudy Recorders in San Francisco; The Record Plant in ; in ; in London; Sol Studio in , ; Stephen Stills' late 1960s home in , Graham Nash's early 1970s home in San Francisco, and Neil Young's Redwood Digital home studio at his ranch in. Lady of the Island, 10.
Cowboy Of Dream Recorded at the Sound Lab, Los Angeles, June 18, 1975 Engineers: Don Gooch, Stephen Barncard, assisted by Stanley Johnstone Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash Originally released on Wind On The Water, September 15, 1975 10. Barrel of Pain Half-Life , 3. I am only saying this due to Crosby's comments last month. Taken At All - previously unreleased , 15. Love the One You're With, 4. The real box set of this has a box that has the 4 cds and each cd case is a different color, red, green, black and blue. A remaster for the ages.
I don't think the box set has ever come out in anything else but its original, and very good sounding, mastering. So Begins the Task, 21. Also, that gives them another 6-8 months to talk Neil into doing a tour. You Don't Have to Cry - previously unreleased , 4. I would love to hear Hoffman do Long May You Run next.
. Incredible harmonies, a flowing rhythm, and evocative lyrics. This means plenty of unreleased goodies are sprinkled throughout this formidable collection. All four artists are also tremendous as solo acts. Also, that gives them another 6-8 months to talk Neil into doing a tour.
We do not deal with any Bootleg or Used items! Rothchild Produced by Paul A. Soldiers of Peace - previously unreleased , 16. Title Writer s Recording date Length 1. My Love is a Gentle Thing - previously unreleased , 18. Guinnevere - previously unreleased , 6. Title Writer s Recording date Length 1. Even though I already own tons of the material presented, it works so well in this context and the amazing outtakes and alternate mixes make it such a fresh listening experience.
If nothing else, you will enjoy the artistry and talents of all the musicians involved here. Title Writer s Recording date Length 1. Fantasy, January, 1968 Unreleased version 8. Additional personnel: Joe Vitale piano, organ, flute, drums, tympani, vibes, percussion ; Craig Doerge piano ; Tim Drummond, Gerald Johnson, George Perry bass ; Russ Kunkel drums, congas ; Ray Barretto congas. It really makes a strong case for just how good this band is! Then there were rumors that Nash was working on a new set. Critical Mass Recorded at His Masters Wheels and Rudy Recorders, San Francisco, May 11, 1975 Engineer: Stephen Barncard Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash Originally released on Wind On The Water, September 15, 1975 B. However, the gift is in the un-released versions of their songs.
I would highly recommend this Box Set to anyone who is a fan of music. Matt over at Music Tap posted this a bit earlier today. We offer unbeatable prices, quick shipping times and a wide selection second to none. He said he would like to do one more with his friend Neil. A confirmation message has been sent to your email address. I specifically bought this collection for the re-mixed version of Lee Shore, which is probably a summation of all the best things that made them relevant and great.
Just a Song Before I Go, 17. Did a search and I couldn't find an answer so I'm bumping this old thread. Old Times Good Times, 6. Wild Tales Recorded at the Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, August 3, 1979 Engineer: Stanley Johnston Produced by Graham Nash and Stanley Johnston Mixed by Stephen Barncard, July 1, 1991 Song originally released on Wild Tales, January 2, 1974 Unreleased live version 7. I Used to Be a King, 14. Not just the music itself, but the insightful passages given by the musicians themselves on each song is absolutely informative and inspiring. The selections were compiled for this set by Crosby, Stills, Nash, Gerry Tolman, and Yves Beauvais, with additional research by Joel Bernstein.
It is more than just another album or collection. Suddenly, it was out of print and it was too late to obtain it affordably. The include an essay by writer Chet Flippo. I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here, 9. The liner notes for the 2013 reissue do not indicate whether or not any additional mastering beyond that from 1991 was undertaken. It peaked at 109 on the , and has been certified by the. A digital version of the set will also be available.