Crosby, Stills & Nash
|Genres:||Folk Pop / Rock Pop / Rock|
|Tags:||classic rock folk rock folk 60s rock seen live|
|Decades:||1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s 2000s|
|Links:||allmusic BBC Music page discogs image lyrics myspace official homepage other databases wikidata wikipedia|
David Crosby (14 August 1941, Los Angeles, California, USA), Stephen Stills (b. 3 January 1945, Dallas, Texas, USA) and Graham Nash (b. 2 February 1942, Blackpool, Lancashire, England) joined forces in 1969 after parting with their previous groups, the Byrds, Buffalo Springfield and the Hollies, respectively. Inevitably, they attracted considerable media attention as a supergroup but unlike similar aggregations of their era, they were a genuine team who respected each others work and recognized the importance of their contribution to American popular music. Their self-titled debut album was a superlative achievement containing several of the finest songs that they have ever written: Long Time Gone, Suite: Judy Blue Eyes, (with possibly the most joyous climax ever recorded), Lady Of The Island and the powerful, thought-provoking Wooden Ships. Strong lyrics, solid acoustic musicianship and...