Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

David Crosby and Stephen Stills recorded demos of three songs as The Frozen Noses (nothing to do with the weather) before Graham Nash arrived on the scene. Stills wanted to call the new trio “Stills-Crosby-Nash” but was outvoted. With hindsight, these guys’ previous bands – The Byrds, Buffalo Springfield, The Hollies – were probably better, and certainly more influential, than this “supergroup”. Although Wooden Ships (pre-Young) is good. But the main reason C,S,N&Y are included here is to remind everyone that their name should never, never, ever, ever be abbreviated to “Sisney”. Thank you.

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