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Live at Shepherd's Bush (CD/DVD)

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CD/DVD release. In October 2008, veteran rocker Stephen Stills played a career-spanning concert at Shepherds Bush that was captured for this 2009 CD/DVD set. Playing both solo-acoustic and full band sets, Stills touched on nearly every facet of his prolific career: Buffalo Springfield ('Bluebird', 'For What It's Worth', 'Rock & Roll Woman'); CSN ('Suite: Judy Blue Eyes', 'Helplessly Hoping', 'Southern Cross'); CSNY ('Woodstock', 'Carry On'); early solo ('Love The One You're With', 'Marianne'); Manassas ('And So Begins The Task', 'Isn't It About Time'); Stills/Young ('Long May You Run'); and later solo ('Treetop Flyer', 'Wounded World'). Other highlights include covers of Bob Dylan's 'Girl From The North Country' and Tom Petty's 'Wrong Thing To Do'.

Disc: 1
1. Treetop Flyer
2. 4+20
3. Johnny's Garden
4. Change Partners
5. Girl From The North Country
6. Blind Fiddler
7. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
8. Isn't It About Time
9. Rock & Roll Woman
10. The Wrong Thing To Do
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Disc: 2
1. Treetop Flyer (DVD)
2. 4+20 (DVD)
3. Johnny's Garden (DVD)
4. Change Partners (DVD)
5. Girl From The North Country (DVD)
6. Blind Fiddler (DVD)
7. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (DVD)
8. Isn't It About Time (DVD)
9. Rock & Roll Woman (DVD)
10. The Wrong Thing To Do (DVD)
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 27, 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Rhino Records
  • ASIN: B002KVSJFK
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,555 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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61 of 61 people found the following review helpful By hyperbolium on October 27, 2009
Format: Audio CD
With so many artists retreading their catalogs with concert performances of classic albums, Stephen Stills' career-spanning live set provides a different proposition. Rather than take his audience back to a single point in time, he takes them on the musical journey he mapped out for himself with Buffalo Springfield, CSN(&Y), Manassas, and various solo releases. The set list focuses primarily on the years 1966 through 1973, but reaches to Stills' last solo album, 2005's Man Alive! for "Wounded World" (segued here with Joe Walsh's "Rocky Mountain Way") and draws in a cover of Tom Petty's recent Mudcrutch song "Wrong Thing to Do."

The show is split into solo acoustic and electric band sets, and rather than following a strict timeline, Stills has arranged the songs into a program that makes for a good show, with crowd-pleasing favorites placed strategically among the deeper album cuts. The solo tunes show Stills to still be a powerful acoustic picker (both finger and flat-pick), and though his singing voice is rough in spots, the song introductions and storytelling are incredibly engaging. Best of all, the disc provides generous helpings of between-song continuity and gives you a good sense of how the show felt as a whole. This is a document of a live concert performance rather than a cleanly edited set of live songs.

The show kicks off with "Tree Top Flyer," a 1968 solo tune that didn't appear on a commercial release until CS&N tackled it fifteen years later.
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37 of 38 people found the following review helpful By o dubhthaigh VINE VOICE on November 1, 2009
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If you've read Crosby's second installment of his autobiography, you know that he and Nash get off a couple of very pointed barbs aimed at Stills. Presumably, they were good natured. With his very first remarks on this set, Stills slaps the puck back into their net and scores magnificently, and then gets on with the business at hand, beginning with Tree Top Flyer and roaring right on through seamlessly to the closer, Love The One....
Stills looks healthier, and by his own admission, feels so. His voice is coming back, much as Levon Helm's has, and that's just amazingly great news. While there is no new material here, the renditions, now from a 63 year old campaigner and defender of democracy, a cancer survivor, and a man who has lived his life with eyes open and his mind on, all sound brand spanking new and infused with an insight that comes from the road thus travelled. It ain't the years, it's the mileage, and Stills delivers a triumphant survey of his work. He has found different registers in which to cast his voice and the songs he has written. For my money, I think his take on Suite: Judy Blue Eyes and Rock and Roll Woman eclipse the CSN and Buffalo Springfield versions. The loss in both songs is more palpable, the tragedy accepted with a wisdom that knows one's life runs against time. His sense of humour is spot on throughout and there is even a sense of self deprecation, first evident in his tumble during the Deja Vu film and now in his wry asides about his own youthful perceptions found in Four and Twenty.
There is a clarity of tone to his guitar playing that I haven't heard in ages and his command of his instrument and the Latin and American blues that are the bedrock of his influences ring with an authenticity that has been enhanced by age, by life.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Bodhi Heeren on October 27, 2009
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A fine live set from the often rather underrated Stephen Stills caught live at the legendary Shepherd's Bush. Starting of with an intense acoustic set showcasing his considearble picking skills that ends with a surprise "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes", a song he hasn't played in recent years, here nailed perfectly. He even hits some of those high vocal notes. In fact he seems to be in the best of form both vocally and overall. Thx to a clean up of his act and succesful cancer treatment.

After the break he dives into a solid electric performance backed by a congenial band anchored by the always inventive drumming of long time musical partner Joe Vitale. And here the show really takes flight with classics like "Bluebird", "For What it's Worth", "Dark Star". But also some lesser known tunes like "Rock & Roll Woman" and the stylish "I Wanna Make Love To You" (from the Stills-Young album).

The often reclusive Stills comes across here as a humorous and relaxed performer facing a great and enthusiastic crowd. The days when he was a pioneering artist may be long gone, but he can sure still deliver a magnificient evening armed with a collection of songs many others would have to envy him. Blues, rock, country, latin, impressive wah-wah drenched psychedelic solos all blend into one.

Like the recent brilliant album of Manassas outtakesPiecesthis is essential stuf for any CSN(Y) fan.
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I just recently attended the CSN concert at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles. The opening set seemed a little flat but the electric was surprisingly good. I've seen CSN and all the other versions over the years and have resigned myself to thinking that the best performances were behind us. But Stills' electric contribution to the Los Angeles concert was definitely the highlight and surprise of the event.

The versions of Rock N Roll Woman and Bluebird were delightful. After the concert I was thinking how lucky I was to hear those songs once again, but how unlucky it was that I could replay those songs as they were performed that night again.

But low and behold.....here comes this CD and DVD with those two songs included. It was pretty much the same versions without Crosby and Nash singing harmony. I like the new arrangements and the guitar solos as well. The makeup of the band makes Stills' song stand out more....no organ, percussions, extra singers, or other guitar players. It's a simple rock band with one guitar - one solo instrument. And I loved it.

As a guitarist myself, I haven't been a huge fan of Stills' electric guitar solos. But over the last decade, he's learned some new tricks (techniques) to create better sustained notes and bends. He'll never be as fluid as Clapton, but in a live setting with a song like Rock N Roll Woman, this guy can really soar.

I'm so happy that this album came out and want to encourage any CSN or Buffalo Springfield fan to get it and listen to the new energy of Mr. Stephen Stills. Even his singing was surprisingly good for a guy who we all thought had completely lost it vocally.
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