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A MUST for any CSNY fan!
Neil Young fans might not like Crosby/Nash or Stills fans especially might not like Crosby/Nash the mellower side of the band, but when it works its good stuff.
This album Contains some of their best songs in years and Neil Young's Songs ( probably the best on the album ) make this album great.
The harmonies are still strong, the instruments are still strong, the lyrics range from angry to melancholic. Yes, they have progressed. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Darrel Drumm
You wouldn't be reading this now if you were after the Hot Latest Product, so this review will be aimed at those who know who
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Crosby Stills Nash and Young's Looking Forward album doesn't have a song that you can put on par with their best material but it's okay. Read morePublished 12 months ago by John Alapick
The group did a great job n this CD. All together again and it shows they worked well together when they wanted to.Published 14 months ago by Bigangbo
Don't we all wish it was the early seventies again. Well I'm sure CSN and Y do. Neil still has plenty to offer, Stephen hasn't aged so well, Nash and Crosby like always show... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Knowetall
Very good price for a great product.
Jewel box damaged little bit by sending the product but reasonable price.
Quality - price very good
It's hard for a band with four individual stars with their own fan bases. Neil Young fans might not like Crosby/Nash or Stills fans especially might not like Crosby/Nash the... Read morePublished on February 4, 2012 by Hornell Fred
The cd's in good shape, and the music is great. it arrived at a decent time. Barely any scratches. I highly recommend it.Published on September 13, 2011 by Melissa K. Pendell-nuttall
I bought this CD for one reason; it contains Neil Young's "SLOWPOKE". As with most CSNY albums, I like the ones off this one by Neil and Graham Nash the best. Read morePublished on September 23, 2009 by David Hunt