Crosby, Stills Nash & Young-So Far
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Released: 1974 Atlantic

Crosby, Stills & Nash supplied some of the best harmony vocal lines in popular music during the '60s and 70's. I don't know how long it took for them to work out those vocal arrangements but some people could never do that if they had a million years. Then came Stephen Stills' old buddy from Buffalo Springfield, Neil Young. This album compiles their best tunes pre, during and post Young. My favorite is "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes", but the remaining songs are excellent as well. Songs like: "Helplessly Hoping", "Our House", "Teach Your Children", and Neil Young's "Ohio". The harmonies are phenomenal. Any musician that aspires to have a band that utilizes harmony vocals should purchase this CD for a good lesson in how it's supposed to be done. It doesn't hurt that the songwriting is also great.

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