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Crosby, Stills & Nash

The definitive folk-rock supergroup, led by David Crosby's surreal lyrics, Graham Nash's poetic nuance, and Stephen Stills' muscular playing. ~ Rovi

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Aug 23, 2010 - RickAlaska
These guys still rock (and good covers)

(Ravinia 8/22/10) Stephen Stills was blazing on leads, the harmonies still work, and the vocals of Crosby and Nash in particular were surprisingly strong. The best originals: Long Time Gone, Wooden Ships, Guinevere, and hold on -- Almost Cut My Hair (brought the house down - so to speak) and rightfully so. The covers were decent to very good with the Allman's "Midnight Rider" coming in the strongest.

I was a little let down by the Buffalo Springfield tune "Bluebird," which I had anticipated eagerly. I was looking for the wild abandon of the original (within reason), and there was no banjo. This one came across as formulaic. This was odd - as mentioned earlier - songs that would not normally match "Bluebird" for intensity surpassed it by a great deal.

Nice sing-alongs on Our House and Teach Your Children (which can bring tears to your eyes).

In summary - CSN did an excellent retro show. And they managed to give it a current feel. Most of that up-to-dateness was very good. The chords and harmonies on Guinevere were amazing. And the solos on Deja Vu were inspiring. Kudos to Crosby's son on keyboards. He sounds like a 60s guy. And the bass player was stellar.

(no rating) Jul 21, 2008 - kbieber
CSN @Meadowbrook, Auburn Hills, MI

I was left wanting more, more more! I forgot how amazing these guys are. They didn't disappoint. Crosby and Nash's vocals are as strong as ever. I'm hoping to see them again ASAP.

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