CROSBY & NASH Live In San Francisco, 1974 (Unreleased Live Album)

nash and crosby

I grew up listening to CSNY. Many younger readers may regard this as hippy bullshit, but in all reality, it’s soul music pure and simple. Plus David crosby is a genius singer that you should all check out at least once in your life. here’s a bootlegged gig that shows off the sweet harmonies of these American icons.

“Excellent live show recorded Dec. 14, 1974 by ace producer and engineer, Wally Heider, edited as a live album that would never come out. Fantastic sound @192, the way I first got it. Also known as the Whale & Fieldworkers Benefit 1974 concert. There are a number of highlights, including Crosby’s new (at the time) “Carry Me” and a slow, tortured reading of “Wooden Ships.” These ears were most pleased to hear the fresh takes of Crosby’s newest songs and the retirement of almost all of Nash’s already-dated-by-1974 political material.” – via Mog blog

Intro (0:24)
Deja Vu (6:05)
Lady Of The Island (3:55)
Prison Song (3:40)
Carry Me (4:30)
It’s All Right (2:55)
Another Sleep Song (4:21)
King Of The Mountain (4:21)
Time After Time (4:26)
Guinnevere (6:30)
Fieldworker (4:28)
The Last Whale (4:14)
Wooden Ships (5:32)
What Are Their Names? (0:57)
Chicago (5:06)
Long Time Gone (6:32)
Outro (5:14)

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Intro (0:24
)
Deja Vu (6:05)
Lady Of The Island (3:55)
Prison Song (3:40)
Carry Me (4:30)
It’s All Right (2:55)
Another Sleep Song (4:21)
King Of The Mountain (4:21)
Time After Time (4:26)
Guinnevere (6:30)
Fieldworker (4:28)
The Last Whale (4:14)
Wooden Ships (5:32)
What Are Their Names? (0:57)
Chicago (5:06)
Long Time Gone (6:32)
Outro (5:14)
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