Crosby, Stills & Nash: CSN 2012

Crosby, Stills & Nash: CSN 2012

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Product Details

Release Date: 07/17/2012
UPC: 0851813004095
Original Release: 2012
Source: Csn Records
Sales rank: 31,940

Special Features

A Conversation with David, Stephen & Graham; On The Road Interviews with Band & Crew

Cast & Crew

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Crosby, Stills & Nash: CSN 2012
2. Carry On/Questions [8:26]
3. Marrakesh Express [3:43]
4. Long Tim Gone [6:30]
5. Military Madness [4:03]
6. Southern Cross [5:08]
7. Lay Me Down [5:05]
8. Almost Gone [4:36]
9. Wasted On The Way [3:33]
10. Radio [3:48]
11. Bluebird [6:34]
12. Déjà Vu [13:16]
13. Wooden Ships [11:09]
14. Helplessly Hoping [4:32]
15. In Your Name [5:05]
16. Girl From The North Country [4:51]
17. As I Come Of Age [4:08]
18. Guinnevere [7:02]
19. Johnny's Garden [5:21]
20. Cathedral [4:03]
21. Our House [7:58]
22. Love The One You're With [3:46]
23. For What It's Worth [7:14]
24. Teach Your Children [5:55]
25. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes [5:06]

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Crosby, Stills & Nash: CSN 2012 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've read several scathing reviews of the performance on this DVD. And, to be honest, upon watching the first two songs I began to think, "What in the world have I bought, here?" But then I continued to watch and found myself quite mesmorized by these three, now old, guys still putting it out there. It is true that there are some "pitchy" places along the way, but it seems to me it took quite a bit of courage to perform what I consider to be some of the most vocally/acoustically intricate pop music of the last 40 years. In a world which demands such polish and shine, it's nice to hear a group that isn't so obsessed by being digitally correct, or intimidated to continue on doing what they obviously love to do despite the scars and limitations of "age." I enjoyed these performances, and had a sense that these could very well be historical at some point. CSN continues to inspire, only now in a different context, and in the stage of life when inspiration is more important than ever.