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Great return to form!,
By A Customer
This review is from: Csn (Audio CD)
8 years had passed before Crosby, Stills & Nash reformed for the 'CSN' album of 1977. As an album, it lacks the earlier energy of their 1969 debut, and opts instead for a more relaxed feel. Stills returns to form with the acoustic gem 'See My Changes' and produces the latin-influenced 'Fair Game.' Meanwhile Crosby reveals himself to be the "most opinionated man" in 'Anything At All' - a soothing piece. The highlights of the album come from Nash - producing the anthemic mood piece 'Cathedral' and the simplistic brilliance of 'Carried Away.' This was certainly a worthy comeback from the trio, and deserves exploring further.