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So Far Import
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I must admit that even though I have an extensive music collection, I wasn't really a rock fan during the 70's hippie years. Most of it just passed me by as psychedelic noise. Even though I was a member of the Woodstock generation, I had no idea what Woodstock was all about, and I did not want to go there. During the 60's and 70's I was mostly into jazz and folk music. I liked and bought LP's by Joan Baez (who my stepmother referred to as "that wailing woman"), Bob Dylan, The Kingston Trio, Dave Brubeck, Peter Paul and Mary, and the old rockers like Elvis Presley, The Everly Brothers, and Jerry Lee Lewis. Forget the leaders of the teeny boppers, -The Beatles, and I was just getting to like the Rolling Stones. At this point, I am using Amazon to go back and sample the best of what I mostly missed out on at the time. Pink Floyd and The Wall? I bought the album at the time because it was famous, but I had absolutely no idea what all the fuss was about until I saw the movie version. Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young? My reaction was pretty much the same, except for the mega hit "Teach Your Children", which has been on the "Top 40" stations and the "Oldies" stations ever since it came out. In this review, I listened to this album a number of times to try to get a feel for all of the songs included. I enjoyed rehearing the popular old hits: 2.) Hopelessly Hoping, 8.) Our House, 9.) Helpless, and the mega hits: 4.) Teach Your Children, 11.)Suite: Judy Blue Eyes. I will check out the other old songs by CSN&Y on Amazon. I usually end up buying boxed sets if I find music I like enough to want a complete set. If the boxed set includes a lot of duds, I may just end up buying the usual "Greatest Hits" albums. This "So Far" album had great sound and great performances of mostly great songs. I hope their other albums are just as enjoyable. Four stars, as not all of the songs are their "greatest hits", and they had other songs out that were better. Also, most CD albums contain 60+ minutes of music, and the "So Far" vinyl version of only 42 minutes, 36 seconds of music, is not enough music on a CD version.