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Crosby, Stills and Nash conjure the classics

Five years ago when I saw Crosby, Stills and Nash, a frustrated yet resolute Graham Nash set up "Military Madness" by saying, "We've been singing this song for over 30 years and nothing's changed."

Review of Crosby, Stills & Nash - 29 July 2008: New York, Central Park Summer Stage

A balmy Tuesday night in New York’s Central Park was the near perfect setting to take in the sonorous melodies and counterculture nostalgia of Crosby, Stills & Nash. Playing in their 40th year together, the trio (this time sans the erratic Neil Young) serenaded the crowd with the more equanimous side of their repertoire during the first set. Breezy and reminiscent, “Marrakesh Express” instantly entranced the audience with patchouli-laden thoughts of seminal rock festivals.

GRAHAM NASH SINGS SONGS FOR BEGINNERS

Reissue Of The Legendary Artist's 1971 Debut Features Remastered Stereo On CD, Plus DVD-A With High-Resolution 5.1 Surround Sound And New Interview, Photos and Lyrics

CROSBY, STILLS & NASH - UNRELEASED DEMOS

The Legendary Group Kicks Off A Summer Tour with The Release Of A Collection Of Group And Solo Demos, Including Early Versions Of "Marrakesh Express," "Almost Cut My Hair," "Long Time Gone" And "Love The One You're With"