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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/23/1992
  • Label: Atlantic
  • UPC: 075678240829
  • Catalog Number: 82408
  • Sales rank: 7,886

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Primary Artist, Track Performer
Crosby, Stills & Nash Indexed Contributor
Graham Nash Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Track Performer
Stephen Stills Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Track Performer
Neil Young Guitar, Harmonica, Piano, Keyboards, Vocals, Track Performer
John Barbata Drums
David Crosby Guitar, Vocals, Track Performer
Fuzzy Samuels Bass
Calvin Samuels Bass
Technical Credits
Graham Nash Producer
Stephen Stills Producer
Neil Young Producer
Gary Burden Art Direction
David Crosby Producer
Bill Halverson Engineer
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Audio Production
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Average Rating 4.5
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Timeless Collection!

    A must-have for every CSN&Y fan. This music takes me back to the invincible rock and roll of the '70's. I was fortunate enough to see CSN&Y on their last tour across the US (in 1973 or 1974?). I saw them at a high school football stadium in Houston, Texas. There were 83,000 fan in attendance. A staggering 49 songs were sung by these guys. What a performance! Perfect or not, this CD is incredible. It's perfect for me.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    One More for the Desert Island Scenario.....

    I bought this lp on vinyl when it came out. At that time I didn't much care for it because it was 'only' the live versions of songs I loved, and when I was young I looked for perfection -- the studio versions. Now at my advanced age 30 years later I find 4-Way Street much more appealing than the studio albums -- I have an enormous amount of affection for this music with all its flaws -- missed notes, garbled words, muffed chords. It's just these four guys with their bassman Calvin "Fuzzy" Samuels and their drummer Johnny Barbata. You can feel their humor and their passion, and it's so much more immediate and accessible than the sterile (but awesome) studio stuff. My gods came down into human form! I was thrilled and amazed when I updated to the cd because there are four more songs on it than on the original double album, one from each man -- Nash's "King Midas in Reverse", Crosby's "Laughing" (one of my Top Ten All-Time Favorite songs), Stills' "Black Queen" and Young's "Loner/Cinnamon Girl/Down by the River" medley. Live albums also give me a chance, as a sometime guitar-player, to guess chords and tunings by ear. This cd sits right next to Crosby & Nash's "Another Stoney Evening" -- another wonderful and highly underrated live outing. Bravo! Thank God someone in the 1970's had the sense to capture this irreplaceable beauty on tape, wish they had video back then......

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Much loved but slightly overrated

    This album is certainly improved with the bonus cuts but it's still an album of mixed blessings. There are cuts here that are true treasures while many (more than there ought to be) are less than what one has come to expect from these artists. I wouldn't be without this album, but it could have been so much more. But I have to point out that getting those amazing harmonies recorded in the studio is certainly different than trying to hold them together live, so it really isn't a surprise that a live album would show how difficult that feat is to accomplish, especially this early in their career together.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Masterpiece

    A must have for the real CSNY fans. Not as polished as some of their later efforts but most notable for the first appearence of Neil Young on an album with the rest of the boys.Steaming guitar rifts by Young and Stephen Stills and beautiful harmonies by David Crosby and Graham Nash excemplify the bands unique sound. Awesome song writing.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Surprisingly Mediochre

    After listening to this album and the seeing CSN&Y in concert on thier 2000 tour, I was surprised to learn that they are much better now in concert than on this 1971 live album. There are a few neat additions, such as an acoustic ''Love the One You're With'' and altered versions of ''On the Way Home,'' ''King Midas in Reverse'' and ''Southern Man.'' However, some cruicial concert centerpieces have been ommited: ''Our House,'' ''Helplessly Hoping,'' ''Blackbird,'' and the rest of ''Suite: Judy Blue Eyes.'' The electric set isn't quite up to the originals, and one can barely hear the vocals on ''Carry On,'' which is WAY too long. Altogether it's not shabby, but even the ardent fan is recommended to wait until CSN&Y release a live album from their 2000 tour.

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