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An essential introduction to music for young and old.,
This review is from: Crosby, Stills & Nash (Audio CD)
I first head CSN when Woodstock has aired on terrestrial tv about 15 or so years ago. The hippy images stuck in my young 12 year old mind and I could never shake them. It wasn't until I saw the film again about 7 years ago that it registered that the thing I spent my teens and early twenties looking for was right under my nose. Trying to find an album that you can connect with emotionally can take years, this is my album. Everything on it reminds me of something, without even understanding the songs fully. You can get everything out of this LP without realising you've connected with it, its practically impossible to listen to Suite Judy without giving in to Marrakesh Express and so and so on.
I'm unsure of the length of the album but it goes by in a blink. Perfect for daydreaming to, it conjures up fantastic images of love, lonliness, drugs, drink, old relationships, one night stands, summer evenings and cold winter mornings.
Without this LP I would be without Richie Havens, The Band and Neil Young. Just writing about it at my work desk makes me feel a little more inspired than usual. I'm leaving work early now to go home and listen to it.
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Initial post: 18 Nov 2009 16:04:45 GMT
P. J. Breach says:
What a beautiful review. Thank you.
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Jun 2011 00:13:39 BDT
I could have written that. I had the same experience of the music and images and they're all still with me today (30 years on.) Such a nice review.
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