Crosby Stills Nash and Young - So Far 12" Vinyl LP Album

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's 1974 album "So Far" is a retrospective compilation of some of the band's most beloved songs. Released on 12" vinyl LP, it's a must-have for fans of the band and a perfect introduction for those just discovering their music.

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Music Genre:

Rock, Pop
Trivia:  Produced by Crosby Stills Nash & Young. Engineer: Bill Halverson. Recorded at Wallay Heider's 3 Los Angeles. Cover art by Joni Mitchell  

Album Packaging / Information:

Gatefold (FOC) cover design, Original custom inner sleeve with album details, lyrics and photos. 

Record Label Information:

Atlantic 53 521

Media Format:

12" Vinyl LP Record 160grams vinyl

Year & Country:

1974 Made In Germany
 
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Band Information:

 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, also known as CSNY, was an American rock band formed in 1969. The band consisted of David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, and Neil Young. Together, they created some of the most iconic and influential music of the 20th century.

 David Crosby was a member of The Byrds, Stephen Stills was in Buffalo Springfield, and Graham Nash was in The Hollies. When they came together as a trio in 1968, they created a sound that was distinct and harmonious. They released their first album, "Crosby, Stills & Nash," in 1969, which included some of their most popular songs such as "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," "Helplessly Hoping," and "Wooden Ships."

 Neil Young joined the band shortly after the release of their first album, and they became Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. With Young, the band released their second album, "Déjà Vu," in 1970, which included hits such as "Teach Your Children," "Our House," and "Carry On." The album was a huge success, and it became one of the defining albums of the era.

 The music of CSNY was characterized by their tight vocal harmonies and politically charged lyrics. Their songs dealt with themes such as peace, love, and social justice, and they were a voice of the counterculture movement of the 1960s and early 1970s. They were a band that spoke to the youth of America and inspired a generation to stand up for what they believed in.

 CSNY's music was not just popular in America, but around the world. They toured extensively, playing to large crowds and becoming one of the biggest bands of the era. They also played at some of the most important events of the time, including Woodstock and the Vietnam Moratorium.

 Despite their success, the members of CSNY had their share of conflicts and disagreements. They broke up and reunited several times throughout the years, with each member pursuing their own solo careers. However, they continued to perform together on occasion, and their music remains beloved by generations of fans.