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Crosby Stills Nash & Young – CSN (Anthology (Box Set))

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Disc one1.

Suite: Judy Blue Eyes

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, early 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Song originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash May 29, 1969
Unreleased Alternate Mix
Original 7.5 ips tape courtesy of the Joel Bernstein Collection
2. Helplessly Hoping

Recorded at Sunwest Studio, Los Angeles. June 15, 1969
Engineer: David Hassinger
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 19, 1991
Song originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash May 29, 1969
Unreleased live studio version
3. You Don’t Have To Cry

Recorded at The Record Plant, NYC, December 1968
Engineer: Paul A. Rothchild
Produced by Paul A. Rothchild
Song originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash May 29, 1969
Unreleased first Crosby, Stills & Nash recording
4. Wooden Ships

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, February 20, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash May 29, 1969
5. Guinnevere

Recorded at United Studio B, Hollywood, June 26, 1968
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by David Crosby
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 30, 1991
Song originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash May 29, 1969
Unreleased early demo
6. Marrakesh Express

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, early 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash May 29, 1969
7. Long Time Gone

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, early 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash May 29, 1969
8. Blackbird

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, February 11, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, August 1, 1991
Composition originally released on The Beatles’ “White Album”
Unreleased live studio recording
9. Lady Of The Island

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, early 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Originally released on Crosby, Stills & Nash May 29, 1969
10. Song With No Words (Tree With No Leaves)

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio A, San Francisco, November 17, 1969
Engineer: Stephen Barncard
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 20, 1991
Song originally released on David Crosby’s If I Could Only Remember My Name, February 22, 1971
Unreleased live studio version
11. Almost Cut My Hair

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, June 9, 1970
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Song originally released on Déjà Vu, March 11, 1970
Unreleased unedited original version
12. Teach Your Children

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, October 24, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Originally released on Déjà Vu, March 11, 1970
13. Horses Through A Rainstorm

Recorded at Stephens House, Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles; and at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, December 28, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Mixed By Stephen Barncard, June 17, 1991
Unreleased Song
14. Déjà Vu

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, November 17, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Originally released on Déjà Vu, March 11, 1970
15. Helpless

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, November 7, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Originally released on Déjà Vu, March 11, 1970
16. 4 + 20

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, July 16, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Mixed by Stephen Barncard July 1, 1991
Song originally released on Déjà Vu, March 11, 1970
Unreleased alternate mix
17. Laughing

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, October 24, 1969
Engineer: Stephen Barncard, assisted by Ellen Burke
Produced by David Crosby
Originally released on If I Could Only Remember My Name, February 22, 1971
18. Carry On/Questions

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, December 28, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Originally released on Déjà Vu, March 11, 1970

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Disc two

1. Woodstock

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, November 5, 1969
Engineer: Russ Gary
Mixed by Russ Gary, November 5, 1969
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Song originally released on Déjà Vu, March 11, 1970
Unreleased 1969 alternate mix
2. Ohio

Recorded at Record Plant Studio 3, Los Angeles, May 21, 1970
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Originally released as a CSN&Y single, June 4, 1970
3. Love The One You’re With

Recorded at Island Studio, London, England, March 1970
Engineer: Andy Johns
Produced by Stephen Stills & Bill Halverson
Originally released on Stephen Stills, November 16, 1970
4. Our House

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, November 5, 1969
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Song originally released on Déjà Vu, March 11, 1970
5. Old Times Good Times

Recorded at Island Studio, London, England
Engineer: Andy Johns
Produced by Stephen Stills & Bill Halverson
Originally released on Stephen Stills, November 16, 1970
6. The Lee Shore

Recorded at Stephen’s house, Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles, December 28, 1969
Vocal overdubs: Sunset Sound, Los Angeles, August 1, 1991
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, August 2, 1991
Song originally released on Four Way Street, April 17, 1971
Unreleased version
7. Music Is Love

Recorded at A&M Studio C, Los Angeles, Fall 1970
Engineer: Henry Lewy, Stephen Barncard assisted by Ellen Burke
Produced by Neil Young, Graham Nash
Originally released on If I Could Only Remember My Name, February 22, 1971
8. I’d Swear There Is Somebody Here

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio A, San Francisco, Fall 1970
Engineer: Stephen Barncard assisted by Ellen Burke
Produced by David Crosby
Originally released on If I Could Only Remember My Name, February 22, 1971
9. Man In The Mirror

Recorded at the Filmore East, NYC, June 7, 1970
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 30, 1991
Song originally released on Graham Nash’s Songs For Beginners. May 28, 1971,
Unreleased live version
10. Black Queen

Recorded at the Filmore East, NYC, June 7, 1970
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 18, 1991
Song originally released on Stephen Stills, November 16, 1970
Unreleased live version
11. Military Madness

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio III, Los Angeles, February 12, 1971
Engineer: Larry Cox
Produced by Graham Nash
Mixed by Glen Johns at Island Studios, London, England, February 28, 1971
Originally released on Songs For Beginners, May 28, 1971
12. Urge For Going

Recorded at The Record Plant Studio 3, Los Angeles, June 22, 1971
Engineer: Gary Kellgreen
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash
Song first released as George Hamilton IV single, 1967. Joni’s own version did not appear until 1972, as the flip side of her “You Turn Me On, I’m A Radio.”
Unreleased version
Original tape courtesy of the Joel Bernstein Collection
13. I Used To Be A King

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, January 9, 1971
Engineer: Stephen Barncard
Produced by Graham Nash
Mixed by Glen Johns at Island Studios, London, England, February 28, 1971
Originally released on Songs For Beginners, May 28, 1971
14. Simple Man

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, July 24, 1970
Engineer: Larry Cox
Produced by Stephen Barncard, August 1, 1991
Original mix released on Songs For Beginners, May 28, 1971
Unreleased alternate mix
15. Southbound Train

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio 3, San Francisco, January 6, 1972
Engineer: Bill Halverson, assisted by Doc Storch
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash, Bill Halverson
Originally released on Graham Nash/David Crosby, April 5, 1972
16. Change Partners

Recorded at Island Studios, London, England
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Stephen Stills & Bill Halverson
Originally released on Stephen Stills 2, June 30, 1971
17. My Love Is A Gentle Thing

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio, Los Angeles, April 18, 1975
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Stephen Stills
Unreleased song
18. Word Game

Recorded at Island Studios, London, England
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Stephen Stills & Bill Halverson
Originally released on Stephen Stills 2, June 30, 1971
19. Johnny’s Garden

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, January 8, 1972
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Produced by Stephen Stills, Chris Hillman, and Dallas Taylor
Originally released on Manassas, April 12, 1972
20. So Begins The Task

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, Florida, January 9, 1972
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Produced by Stephen Stills, Chris Hillman, and Dallas Taylor
Originally released on Manassas, April 12, 1972
21. Turn Back The Pages

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, 1975
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Produced by Stephen Stills with Bill Halverson
Originally released on Stills, June 1975

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Disc three

1. See The Changes

Recorded at Broken Arrow Ranch, June 28, 1973
Engineer: Elliot Mazer assisted by Tim Mulligan
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 20, 1991
Composition first released on CSN. June 17, 1977
Unreleased version
2. It Doesn’t Matter

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, January 7, 1972
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Produced by Stephen Stills, Chris Hillman, and Dallas Taylor
Originally released on Manassas, April 12, 1972
3. Immigration Man

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, February 9, 1972
Engineer: Bill Halverson assisted by Doc Storch
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash, Bill Halverson
Originally released on Graham Nash/David Crosby, April 5, 1972
4. Chicago/We Can Change The World

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, February 28, 1971
Engineer: Larry Cox
Mixed by Glyn Johns at Island Studios, London, England
Produced by Graham Nash
Originally released on Songs For Beginners, May 28, 1971
5. Homeward Through The Haze

Recorded at The Record Plant, Sausalito, December 16, 1974
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and Ron Albert and Howard Albert
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 26, 1991
Song originally released on Crosby & Nash’s Wind On The Water, September 15, 1975
Unreleased version
6. Where Will I Be?

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, November 22, 1971
Engineer: Bill Halverson assisted by Doc Storch
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash, Bill Halverson
Originally released on Graham Nash/David Crosby, April 5, 1972
7. Page 43

Recorded at Wally Heider’s Studio C, San Francisco, December 13, 1971
Engineer: Bill Halverson assisted by Doc Storch
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash, Bill Halverson
Originally released on Graham Nash/David Crosby, April 5, 1972
8. Carry Me

Recorded at the Sound Lab, Los Angeles, March 1975
Engineers: Don Gooch, Stephen Barncard, assisted by Stanley Johnstone
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash
Originally released on Wind On The Water, September 15, 1975
9. Cowboy Of Dreams

Recorded at the Sound Lab, Los Angeles, June 18, 1975
Engineers: Don Gooch, Stephen Barncard, assisted by Stanley Johnstone
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash
Originally released on Wind On The Water, September 15, 1975
10. Bittersweet

Recorded at the Sound Lab, Los Angeles, June 8, 1975
Engineers: Don Gooch
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash
Originally released on Wind On The Water, September 15, 1975
11. To The Last Whale…

A. Critical Mass

Recorded at His Masters Wheels and Rudy Recorders, San Francisco, May 11, 1975
Engineer: Stephen Barncard
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash
Originally released on Wind On The Water, September 15, 1975
B. Wind On The Water

Recorded at Village Recorders, Los Angeles, July 1, 1975
Engineers: Don Gooch, Stephen Barncard, assisted by Stanley Johnston
Produced by David Crosby, Graham Nash
Originally released on Wind On The Water, September 15, 1975
12. Prison Song

Recorded at Graham’s house and at Rudy Recorders, San Francisco, Spring 1973
Engineer: Don Gooch
Produced by Graham Nash
Originally released on Wild Tales, January 2, 1974
13. Another Sleep Song

Recorded at Graham’s house and at Rudy Recorders, San Francisco, April 18, 1973
Engineer: Don Gooch
Produced by Graham Nash
Originally released on Wild Tales, January 2, 1974
14. Taken At All

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, April 1, 1976
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert, assisted by Steve Gursky
Produced by Ron Albert & Howard Albert and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 19, 1991
Song originally released on Crosby & Nash’s Whistling Down The Wire, 1976
Unreleased CSN&Y version
15. In My Dreams

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, January 12, 1977
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert, assisted by Steve Gursky
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash and Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Originally released CSN, June 17, 1977
16. Just A Song Before I Go

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, December 19, 1976
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert, assisted by Steve Gursky
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash and Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Originally released CSN, June 17, 1977
17. Shadow Captain

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, January 14, 1977
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert, assisted by Steve Gursky
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash and Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Originally released CSN, June 17, 1977
18. Dark Star

Recorded live in Portland, Oregon, December 15, 1982
Engineers: Stanley Johnston, Steve Gursky
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash and Stanley Johnson
Song originally released on CSN, June 17, 1977
This version originally released on Allies, June 6, 1983
19. Cathedral

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, January 22, 1977
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert, assisted by Steve Gursky
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash and Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Originally released CSN, June 17, 1977

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Disc four

1. Wasted On The Way

Recorded at Rudy Recorders, Los Angeles, November 30, 1980-January 30, 1981
Engineer: Stanley Johnston
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Stanley Johnston and Steve Gursky
Originally released on Daylight Again, June 21, 1982
2. Barrel Of Pain (Half-Life)

Recorded at Britannia Studios, Los Angeles, April 4, 1979
Engineer: Stanley Johnston
Produced by Graham Nash & Stanley Johnston
Originally released on Earth And Sky, February 15, 1980
3. Southern Cross

Recorded at Rudy Recorders, Los Angeles, 1981
Engineer: Stanley Johnston & Steve Gursky
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Stanley Johnston and Steve Gursky
Originally released on Daylight Again, June 21, 1982
4. Daylight Again

A. Daylight Again

B. Find The Cost Of Freedom

Recorded at Rudy Recorders, Los Angeles, 1981
Engineer: Stanley Johnston
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Stanley Johnston and Steve Gursky
Originally released on Daylight Again, June 21, 1982
5. Thoroughfare Gap

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, early 1978
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert and Steve Gursky
Produced by Stephen Stills and Ron Albert & Howard
Originally released on Thoroughfare Gap, September, 1978
6. Wild Tales

Recorded at the Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, August 3, 1979
Engineer: Stanley Johnston
Produced by Graham Nash and Stanley Johnston
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, July 1, 1991
Song originally released on Wild Tales, January 2, 1974
Unreleased live version
7. Dear Mr. Fantasy

Recorded at Rudy Recorders, Los Angeles, November 17, 1980
Engineers: Stanley Johnston, Steve Gursky and Don Gooch
Produced by Stephen Stills & Graham Nash, Stanley Johnston & Steve Gursky
Mixed by Don Gooch, Graham Nash, and Gerry Tolman
Composition first released on Traffic’s Mr. Fantasy, January, 1968
Unreleased version
8. Cold Rain

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami, January 25, 1977
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert assisted by Steve Gursky
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash and Ron Albert & Howard
Originally released on CSN, June 17, 1977
9. Got It Made

Recorded live at the United Nations General Assembly Hall, NYC, November 18, 1989
Recorded and mixed live to air by Stanley Johnston
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash
Song originally released on American Dream, November 3, 1988
Unreleased version
10. Tracks In The Dust

Recorded at Devonshire Sound Studio 3, Los Angeles, (no date)
Engineer: Stanley Johnston
Produced by David Crosby, Craig Doerge, and Stanley Johnston
Originally released on Oh Yes I Can, January 23, 1989
11. As I Come Of Age

Recorded at Rudy Recorders, Los Angeles, January 1981
Engineer: Stanley Johnston & Steve Gursky
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash, Stanley Johnston and Steve Gursky
Mixed by Stephen Barncard, June 30, 1991
Originally released on Stills, June 1975
Unreleased version
12. 50/50

Recorded at Criteria Sound Studios, Miami; DB Sounds, Miami; Westlake Audio, Los Angeles; Jimmy Page recorded at Sol Studio, Maidstone, U.K., 1983
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Produced by Ron Albert & Howard Albert and Stephen Stills
Originally released on Right By You, July 30, 1984
13. Drive My Car

Recorded at the Sound Labs, Los Angeles, 1978
Engineers: Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash and Ron Albert & Howard Albert
Song originally released on Oh Yes I Can, January 23, 1989
Unreleased version
14. Delta

Recorded at Devonshire Sound Studio 3, Los Angeles, May 1980
Engineer: Stanley Johnston
Produced by Stanley Johnston and Craig Doerge
Originally released on Daylight Again, June 21, 1982
15. Soldiers Of Peace

Recorded at Redwood Digital, Woodside, California, 1988
Engineer: Niko Bolas
Produced by Niko Bolas and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Song originally released on American Dream, November 3, 1988
Unreleased version
16. Yours And Mine

Recorded at the Record Plant, Studio I, Los Angeles, February 2, 1990
Engineer: Stanley Johnston, assisted by Jim Mitchell
Produced by Crosby, Stills, & Nash, Joe Vitale, and Stanley Johnston
Released on Live It Up, June 11, 1990
17. Haven’t We Lost Enough?

Recorded at the Record Plant, Studio I, Los Angeles, April 3, 1990
Engineer: Stanley Johnston, assisted by Jim Mitchell
Produced by Crosby, Stills, & Nash, Joe Vitale, and Stanley Johnston
Released on Live It Up, June 11, 1990
18. After The Dolphin

Recorded at the Devonshire Studio 3, Los Angeles, February 1, 1989
Engineer: Stanley Johnston, assisted by Jim Mitchell
Produced by Crosby, Stills, & Nash, Joe Vitale, and Stanley Johnston
Released on Live It Up, June 11, 1990
19. Find The Cost Of Freedom

Recorded at the Record Plant, Los Angeles, May 21, 1970
Engineer: Bill Halverson
Produced by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Originally released as the b-side of the “Ohio” single, June 4, 1970

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