Crosby, Still, Nash & Young
Crosby, Still, Nash & Young In The Highly Anticipated Cd Box
He was released the box CSNY 1974. David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young Live recordings of the long-awaited box from the legendary 1974 tour. The 40 live tracks recorded 40 years ago, are published in different sizes and configurations. The box set includes 40 tracks spread across 3CD, plus a bonus DVD of unreleased video footage from concerts. The songs are also available in digital form and format Pure Audio Blu-Ray to 192kHz / 24-bit.
It is fabled long on these recordings: CSNY 1974 captures the extraordinary alchemy of the band during that unforgettable stadium tour, which lasted over two months, for 31 concerts in 24 different cities, gathering a total audience of over a million viewers.
The album gives good vibrations. First of all because the capture disc in full one of the magic moment of the 70's music. You can already feel the pirme notes bellsisma version of Ohio and even more so in the more than eight minutes of Deja Vu. There is also Goodbye Dick, dedicated to President Richard Nixon that just in the months of the tour was impeached for the Watergate scandal. Among the goodies made out to Stephen Stills appears a bombastic Black queen, while Graham Nash looms in fieldworker. The triple album does not contain the recording of a single show, but it is a kind of best-of-stretch for ten concerts of the tour. There are also rare Neil Young: On all: Love Art Blues, Traces and Hawaiian Sunrise.
During the 1974 tour, CSNY presented in the lineup also new songs, joined later in the tracklist album as "Time After Time" by Crosby, "fieldworker" Nash and "First Things First" Stills. Different Young's songs are unpublished, including "Traces", "Love / Art Blues", "Goodbye Dick" and "Hawaiian Sunrise". Produced by Graham Nash and Joel Bernstein, the box set reflects the program in three electric / acoustic / electric parts that the band performed regularly on stage.
'Listen again to all the material and make this album has been a long and demanding job but I have to say that in the end I am very satisfied. Now there is an official record of what we were in those years'. Word of Graham Nash.