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The early best by the vocal supergroup who emerged as the "voice of a generation" after their storied Woodstock performance. Suite: Judy Blues Eyes and the classic hits Our House; Woodstock; Ohio , and Teach Your Children join Helpless; Wooden Ships , and more!
It's tempting to follow the post-Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young career of Neil Young and underestimate this early band as a lighter, commercial diversion. But their fourth album, a concise retrospective of highlights, remains a sweeping '60s document, full of pastoral optimism and the virtues of (even today) spectacular-sounding harmonies. These songs continue to dominate AOR radio, and the best--the searing "Ohio" (written after the Kent State massacre), the utopian "Woodstock," and the ominous, graceful "Wooden Ships," the band's best performance--have an artful, mystical sweetness. --Roy Francis Kasten --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
Takes you right back to the late 60's early 70's. play it when you feel nostalgic. Great music stands the test of time.Published 22 months ago by Granny sparkle
Nostalgic happiness. Takes one back to the early days of the band. You can almost hear the people at a festival, singing along and enjoying the day.Published on Jan. 19 2013 by Red the Wonderer
This, in my opinion, is probably the best CSN recording I've ever owned. How can anyone not like Suite: 'Judy Blue Eyes', or 'Helplessly hoping'? Read morePublished on April 18 2004 by Blackbeard
This is the first CSN lp I ever bought when I was 15.A great collection of songs&a good way to see if you like the group. Read morePublished on Feb. 29 2004 by catherine kendall
This was the first CSN album I owned and it opened a door in my music library. I loved every song in this compilation and it drove me to buy more CSN albums and the box set.Published on Feb. 22 2004
Unfortunately, the music on this CD varies drastically in its quality (i.e., how much I like it :) ). Read morePublished on Nov. 11 2003 by David A. Lessnau