Saturday, November 3, 2007

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

In 1969 former members of the bands Buffalo Springfield, The Byrds and The Hollies joined together to play their first public performance at Woodstock. David Crosby, Graham Nash and Steven Stills blended soaring harmonies and intricate guitar riffs into some of the most renowned music of the time. Soon joined by occasional member Neil Young they had a tumultuous relationship seeing the band break up and reform on a number of occasions. Legal problems, drugs and egos tore at the heart of the collaboration, yet they always pulled it back together again.


At Woodstock

Long Time Gone

Suite Judy Blue Eyes

Marakesh Express => Blackbird

Commenting on social and political causes was one constant of their performances.

Military Madness

Daylight Again => Find the Cost of Freedom


For What It’s Worth

Southern Man


Teach Your Children Well

Almost Cut My Hair

Wooden Ships

What Are Their Names => Rocking In The Free World

Love lost and found

Carry On => Questions

Only Love Can Break Your Heart

Down by the River

Our House

Carry Me


Helplessly Hoping

Sea of Madness

Simple Man
– David and Graham

You Don’t Have to Cry

Life and Life’s Lessons

Don’t Be Denied

Push It Over The End

Black Queen

Southern Cross

Déjà vu

Treetop Flyer – Stephen and Neil

Lee Shore
- This one takes me away every time!

Traction In The Rain – David and Graham

Jammin’ With Joni Mitchell at the Big Sur Hippie Festival 1970

Get Together and Back to the Garden (Joni Solo)

To close tonight:

Just A Song Before I Go


Crosby, Stills and Nash introspect – ends with Stephen performing 4+20

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