CSNY 1974 - 3CD + DVD DE LUXE BOX
Data aparitiei: 04.07.2014
Casa de discuri: Rhino
40 previously unreleased live recordings from the legendary summer tour in 1974 , the rumor mill for a long time now, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young have confirmed the release of the long awaited box of their legendary live tour in the summer of 1974. The overall package of CSNY in 1974 consists of 40 previously unreleased recordings, which were recorded almost exactly 40 years ago during the tour, and appears on 4 July 2014. The box is as 3CD/DVDs-Package or as pure Audio Blu-Ray (192kHz / to have 24-bit) plus DVD and equipped with a 188 (!)-page booklet with tour photos not shown so far. The DVDs also contain unreleased concert footage. More than two months spent Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in 1974 on the stages of U.S. open-air stages and gave all in all 31 concerts in 24 cities. than one million fans cheered the fascinating chemistry of their vocal harmonies and their interaction, the in music history are unique and legendary. Produced by Graham Nash and Joel Bernstein, the box indicates the brilliant end of their set, which began acoustic, electric went and ended acoustically. Consistently pursued the band this structure, so that the box reflects an exemplary concert of the tour. CSNY 1974 showcases some of the best and most famous songs of the formation, about Suite: Judy Blue Eyes, Helpless, Wooden Ships and Teach Your Children. During the tour, Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young also presented some of the then brand new songs that were later released on various solo albums. These include Crosby's Time After Time, Nash's Field Worker and Stills' First Things First. There are also some songs by Neil Young, which have remained unpublished: Traces, Love / Art Blues, Goodbye Dick and Hawaiian Sunrise. Definitely a highlight for fans of the formation and each individual! · CSNY 1974 (3CD & Bonus DVD) - Box with 40 audio tracks on 3 CDs, a bonus DVD with 8 previously unreleased restored video performances from the archive and a 188-page booklet.