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Greatest Hits is the fifteenth Crosby, Stills & Nash album, and their fifth compilation, released by Rhino Records in It peaked at #24 on the Billboardand what your
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It stands to reason that a band made up of three or sometimes four conflicting egos, the end result would lead to a somewhat contentious configuration. In fact, Graham Nash recently told this writer that as far as he was concerned, that band was finished. I need to concentrate on me. The relationships between the various members might not have always been harmonious, but no one can say that their combined voices were not. Nash won the bet, kept the money and made off with one of the most wistful songs in the CSN catalogue. A studio version was supposedly recorded, but this concert take still sounds definitive from the group.
Whatever the case, by the time they started playing together in , all three had already logged time in successful bands: Crosby in The Byrds, Stills in Buffalo Springfield and Nash in The Hollies. After their self-titled debut, the supergroup became even more so with the addition of occasional member Neil Young, also formerly of Buffalo Springfield. Here they are, in chronological order:. By their third and final offering, the addition of Jim Messina further crowded the credits. In short, this band was a tinderbox of egos that ignited brilliantly for exactly one album. Somehow, against all odds, this came together not as a jumble of eclectic tracks, but as a cohesive song cycle.
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