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|1. Love The One You're With|
|2. Do For The Others|
|3. Church (Part Of Someone)|
|4. Old Times Good Times|
|5. Go Back Home|
|6. Sit Yourself Down|
|7. To A Flame|
|8. Black Queen|
|10. We Are Not Helpless|
This is one of his best recordings ever.....
I'm no musician, so won't even pretend to know whether the playing is good or bad - but I know what I like, and I like what I hear on this album.
I do believe that Stephen Stills is the most talented musician in Buffalo Springfield, CSN, CSNY, Manassas, etc. etc.
Steve Stills first solo album, released shortly after CSN&Y's 'Deja Vu'. This is a very good album, consistent in style with his work with CSN [several members of CSN participate... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Robert W. Fish
Write your review here.... sorry just always wanted to open one of these with that.... okay finally got this on cd lol in a world where everyone is getting the poor sounding mp3's... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Northern Knight
I for one think that Stephen Stills is THE most talented musician out of all of CSN&Y. To quote Neil Young,Stephen Stills is a genius. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Maureen A. Horrigan
Finally they gave us a CD version of this album. (I do have the LP)
I bought this 11-15-14 from a place in England and got it 12-5-14
Worth the wait. Read more
Steve Stills was/is sort of an American counterpart to Paul McCartney. That is, a perfectionist who wanted as complete control over the music as possible, even in a band... Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. E. Nunley
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An acoustic version of "Tree top flyer" can be found on "Just roll tape" and also on the extremely hard to get "Stills alone".
"Drivin' thunder" is from the Crosby,Stills, Nash and Young album "American dream".
Oct 27, 2008 by Buck "Buck" Buckaw | See all 3 posts