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Fifty Year Friday: Byrds, Hollies and Buffalo Springfield

Formed in 1964, in Los Angeles California, the Byrds are generally, with the advantage of retrospect, considered one of the more essential and influential bands of the mid-sixties, primarily due to their blending the rock style of the British Invasion with elements of country and western music, folk, west coast rock and psychedelia. 1,478 more words

Fifty Year Friday

Neil Young: His Back Pages

One word best describes Neil Young: prolific. Not only has he produced a new album about every year of his career, his is busy remastering and releasing his old catalog.  1,571 more words

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CROSBY STILLS NASH - " Crosby Stills and Nash " Classic Albums Released May 29th 1969

Déjà Vu might be the preferred choice of critics, no doubt due to the presence of Neil Young, but CSN, the trio’s glorious debut is arguably a much superior representation of their sound, and certainly a much purer one. 1,486 more words

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ROCK POSTERS - Crosby Stills Nash & Young Fillmore West Winterland, San Francisco

From the preliminary planning stages of Crosby, Stills & Nash, the musicians had always planned to pursue solo projects in conjunction with working together. Following the monumental success of the debut album in 1969 and its follow-up, … 839 more words

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A Ukulele Neil Young World

In Neil Young’s recent acceptance speech at the Canadian Songwriter’s Hall of Fame ceremony, he mentioned his dad buying him a ukulele as a kid. He’s also quoted in… 678 more words

Reading Lounge

My Sunday Song - "Southern Cross" by Crosby, Stills & Nash

For My Sunday Song #60, I am highlighting my favorite Crosby, Stills & Nash song “Southern Cross”.  The song was released in September 1982 and was featured on the album ‘Daylight Again”.   643 more words

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STEPHEN STILLS & JUDY COLLINS - Everybody Knows

STEPHEN STILLS & JUDY COLLINS
Everybody Knows
Label: Wildflower
Released: September 22, 2017

1 Handle With Care
2 So Begins The Task
3 River Of Gold… 43 more words

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