The 1974 reunion album is live
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young fans have something to rejoice about…a new live record. The only catch is the record isn’t exactly new. It is material recorded from their 1974 reunion tour that has never been released.
Graham Nash revealed to Rolling Stone that the long anticipated live reunion album will be released August 27th.
“It’s going to fuckin’ stun people. We only multi-tracked eight or nine shows from the tour, and we’ve chosen the best from those gigs,” Nash states. “We’ve had to do a little tuning, but not that much . . . But the spirit of the band! If I take myself out the band and look at it, it was a fuckin’ great band.”
David Crosby agrees with Nash as he reminiscences about how good the band was at a time when the Beatles and Rolling Stones were playing a different kind of music. He states the music on the record is “startling good” and that “the legend looms larger.”
As there is no title yet, Crosby is unveiling his comedic side by “going to dig my heals and seriously fight” for What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Author: Buddy Iahn
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