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Crosby, Stills & Nash

Universal Amphitheatre (Los Angeles, CA)

Nov 28, 1982

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  1. 1 Introduction 00:39
  2. 2 Turn Your Back On Love 05:39
  3. 3 Chicago 04:14
  4. 4 All Along The Lee Shore 04:40
  5. 5 Just A Song Before I Go 02:24
  6. 6 Tuning / Song Intro 00:32
  7. 7 Dark Star 05:21
  8. 8 Barrel Of Pain 06:56
  9. 9 film intro 00:55
  10. 10 To The Last Whale: Critical Mass (film soundtrack through the P.A.) / Wind On The Water 06:08
  11. 11 Wooden Ships 08:01
  12. 12 Tuning / Song Intro 00:37
  13. 13 Love The One You're With 04:34
  14. 14 applause / break announcement / ambience 02:33
  15. 15 See The Changes 03:09
  16. 16 Song Intro 00:25
  17. 17 You Don't Have To Cry 02:57
  18. 18 Blackbird 03:04
  19. 19 Song Intro 00:47
  20. 20 Wasted On The Way 03:04
  21. 21 Song Intro 00:46
  22. 22 Delta 05:19
  23. 23 Guinnevere 05:47
  24. 24 Magical Child 04:09
  25. 25 Treetop Flyer 05:34
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Liner Notes

David Crosby - vocals, guitar; Stephen Stills - vocals, guitar, piano; Graham Nash - vocals, guitar, piano; Mike Finnigan - keyboards, vocals; James Newton Howard - keyboards; Michael Stergis - guitar, vocals; George "Chocolate" Perry - bass; Efrain Toro - percussion; Joe Vitale - drums

Captured on their 1982 tour, following the release of the Daylight Again album, Crosby, Stills & Nash explore the first 15 years of collaborating, supported by an outstanding band. Despite David Crosby's poor health during this time, this is a surprisingly strong performance with Stills and Nash in top form. This concert features both electric and acoustic sets performed before an appreciative hometown audience.

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David Crosby - vocals, guitar; Stephen Stills - vocals, guitar, piano; Graham Nash - vocals, guitar, piano; Mike Finnigan - keyboards, vocals; James Newton Howard - keyboards; Michael Stergis - guitar, vocals; George "Chocolate" Perry - bass; Efrain Toro - percussion; Joe Vitale - drums

Captured on their 1982 tour, following the release of the Daylight Again album, Crosby, Stills & Nash explore the first 15 years of collaborating, supported by an outstanding band. Despite David Crosby's poor health during this time, this is a surprisingly strong performance with Stills and Nash in top form. This concert features both electric and acoustic sets performed before an appreciative hometown audience.