Tag Archives: David Crosby

Graham Nash Songs For Beginners Album Cover 1971

15/3/16 – Graham Nash – Songs For Beginners – 1971

Crosby Stills Nash achieved worldwide fame after their debut album released in 1969 reached No.6 in the US charts. Their relevance as songwriters, their stunning harmonies, their political stance and their image propelled them to the dizzy heights of fame and fortune. The dream continued with the addition of Stills ex-bandmate from Buffalo Springfield, Neil Young and […]

Crosby, Stills & Nash - Suite- Judy Blue Eyes single Cover 1969

12/3/16 – Crosby Stills & Nash – Suite: Judy Blue Eyes – 1969

And here’s the song that Judy Collins inspired. The original version of Suite: Judy Blue Eyes was the opening track on the  Crosby, Stills Nash debut released in 1969. I have included a live version from somewhere in the seventies, featuring Stephen Stills on acoustic guitar dynamics. The album version of the song was (7.28), way too […]

CSN 1991 concert

5/3/14 – Crosby, Stills & Nash – Acoustic – Bill Graham Memorial Concert – San Francisco – 1991

From the first song with its tricky timing, through incredible harmonies and songs, songs, songs, Crosby Stills & Nash are towering giants in their genre. The blend of voices mesmerise as they expertly make one of the most difficult skills – singing live harmonies, seem effortless and easy. RIP Bill Graham. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bill_Graham_(promoter) http://www.crosbystillsnash.com http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crosby,_Stills,_Nash_%26_Young

David Crosby Croz Cover Art 2014

5/3/14 – David Crosby – Croz – 2014

David Crosby’s ‘September Of My Years’ recorded in his son’s home studio, released independently and Crosby’s first solo album in 20 years. There’s a contrasting easy feel and deep lyrical perspective on both halcyon days and where the world is going now – it’s an honest talented singer-songwriters observational artistic expression. There’s something challenging about […]