Thursday, September 29, 2011

Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young-Deja Vu (1970)

Perhaps the greatest folk-rock supergroup that has ever existed, were never aware of the impact would form even 30 years later, David Crosby proceeded from one of the pioneering groups of country folk-rock flavored with the Byrds, Stephen Stills came from another influential groups of the Buffalo Springfield folk rock by Graham Nash was part English and the Hollies came from a group beat with touches of British rhythm & blues, and Neil Young also came from the Buffalo Springfield, but this was Canadian, his music was a solid style with four guitars playing at once and any of the four solo voices to be followed by three others, the album itself contained themes composed caliber Woodstock Joni Mitchell, Almost Cut My Hair matter content anti-police, Our House or the fantastic Teach Your Children, the band became a perfect machine to make live music where these or other topics of their first album (this even without Young) were really impressive with themes that stretched in suites due to the endless guitar solos of the four components, special mention to their double live album Four Way Street considered a classic.

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