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Song for song, I think Stephen Stills towers over the likes of an over-hyped Neil Young.
If you have read anything about this band and this time you will already know how dedicated and driven Stephen Stills was at this time.
They were such a great live band, and the two disc first album is among the best albums of the 1970s.
If only they would have combined the best of this album with the best songs of "Down the Road" they would have had a fairly strong album. Read morePublished 5 months ago by mitchell a.
The first double album is superb, and Still's said he has a lock up full of Manassas tapes. I liked this album, but was expecting a little more. Read morePublished 9 months ago by cc
Fantastic set of outtakes for Manassas and Down the Road, and some of this music had an effect on the first album he made after he moved to Columbia (entitled Stills, with Donnie... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Scott Steele
This album was made from tapes of music that wouldn't fit on the Manassas album. This was a prolific period for Stills when he and his band were on top of thier game. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Aleph the Seeker
Manassas was a powerhouse band formed by Stephen Stills & Chris Hillman. Until now there were only 2 releases, Manassas in 1972- Highly regarded at the time and Down The Road-... Read morePublished 22 months ago by BAS
This disc is reminicent of what happened with Cream circa 1970. The band had already dissolved and the players had gone their separate ways, and all that was left was to cull from... Read morePublished on February 19, 2011 by Don Schmittdiel
Having enjoyed the two Manassas albums since their initial release I have had many questions about this band and what went on? Read morePublished on October 17, 2010 by stereo stan