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Covered: Super Bowl 50

I’d say a long day of Super Bowl prep — braising a pork butt, assembling elaborately unhealthy pigs-in-blankets, etc. — calls for some situationally appropriate album art. 322 more words


CROSBY STILLS and NASH - “ Wooden Ships ”

Jefferson Airplane recorded their own version of the song for their controversial fifth album, “Volunteers”.

When Crosby, Stills & Nash released their eponymous debut album in 1969, there was only one co-write on it (which would be the norm for future albums by the group). 452 more words


735. Manassas - Stephen Stills / Manassas

Brief Background: Manassas was recorded in Florida in 1972 and released in April of the same year. The double album is technically a group album by the same name, but the songs were primarily written by Stills and it seems that it is often considered a solo album of his. 220 more words

Covered: Snow

Another new feature for 2016! (I’m just gonna keep saying that, and hopefully one of these will stick.) Let’s pick a bunch of albums to play based on how situationally appropriate the cover art is. 492 more words


Teach Your Children: Crosby, Stills & Nash; Hanson; Richie Havens

Hello there! In this week’s blog we consider the song Teach Your Children. This is an inspirational folk-rock song and one of my personal favorites. 2,321 more words

Rock And Roll

[144] Buffalo Springfield - Retrospective

I, like so many others, was first introduced to Buffalo Springfield by the magical cover of “For What It’s Worth” on The Muppet Show. 252 more words


Graham Nash Has Some Wild Tales to Tell

One of my all-time favorite interview subjects over the years has been Graham Nash. Engaging, open, wry, and blunt, it’s no wonder he’s long been the glue that holds the sometimes-fractious CSN (and sometimes Y) together. 1,065 more words

'70s Rock