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|1. Music Is Love|
|2. Cowboy Movie|
|3. Tamalpais High (At About 3)|
|5. What Are Their Names|
|6. Traction In The Rain|
|7. Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves)|
|9. I'd Swear There Was Somebody Here|
This has been a top ten album to me for forty years. Truly under-appreciated, and while I love Stephen Stills, this is my favorite solo album from the CSN crew. Truly a gem.Published 1 month ago by JCD
This has got to be one of the most underrated albums that I have ever heard ! What great sound and feel ! I don't why I didn't discover this record years ago. I wish I had. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Gary Walker
This review is for those who were born after, say, 1955, and may wonder if this guy who is obviously famous for Crosby, Still and Nash did other things worthy of knowing about. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Art B in Nor Cal
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|THE DVD IS HIGH DEF AND SURROUND !! AMAZON DOESN'T SAY THAT !||
Glad to hear it, Stephen...have heard your remastering job on the CSN box set from '91, and if that's any indication, folks, this ought to sound great. Mr. Barncard is one of the best producers going, and very glad to hear this isn't and won't be a DualDisc, Stephen; I (and I'm sure others here)... Read More
Oct 22, 2006 by William M. Feagin | See all 19 posts
It is not a defect. The surround soundtrack is actually 5.0 and not 5.1.
Sthephen Bancard, the engineer in the original sessions and the guy now in charge of the surround mix and remastering says he made this decision for aesthetic reasons. Me, I only listen in stereo. The DVD-A stereo... Read More
Dec 1, 2006 by H. M Rivera | See all 13 posts
|One Of The High Points of Western Civilization||
Agreed. I actually picked up this album on vinyl at the record store late last year. I digitized my favorite tracks from the album, and despite the scratchy record they still sound great, that's how well this album was originally recorded--the transients and everything really come through.
I'm... Read More
Dec 6, 2006 by Major Tom | See all 4 posts
Amen to that.
I love the whole San Fransisco scene of the era this album was made, and with the appearance of the Dead and Jefferson Airplane this recording captures the feel of the time like no other, and yet somehow remains timeless.
Feb 13, 2007 by Buck "Buck" Buckaw | See all 3 posts
|David Crosby's 1st album||
I totally agree with R. Way. I was listening to this classic album the other day and was wondering why it has never received the remastering treatment. "If I Could Only Remember My Name" has such a dense and rich sound, it deserves to be heard in the highest quality.
11/6/06 update:... Read More
Jul 13, 2006 by M. Poer | See all 2 posts