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4 Way Street

Artist: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

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Label: Atlantic (Label)
Album: 4 Way Street
# Song Title   Time
1)    Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
2)    On the Way Home
3)    Teach Your Children
4)    Triad
5)    Lee Shore, The
6)    Chicago
7)    Right Between the Eyes
8)    Cowgirl in the Sand
9)    Don't Let It Bring You Down
10)    49 Bye Byes / America's Children
11)    Love the One You're With
12)    King Midas in Reverse - (bonus track)
13)    Laughing - (bonus track)
14)    Black Queen - (bonus track)
15)    The Loner / Cinammon Girl / Down By The River
1)    Pre-Road Downs
2)    Long Time Gone
3)    Southern Man
4)    Ohio
5)    Carry On
6)    Find the Cost of Freedom
 



Performer Notes
  • Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young: David Crosby, Graham Nash, Neil Young, Stephen Stills (vocals, guitar).
  • Additional personnel: Calvin Samuels (bass instrument); John Barbata (drums).
  • Expanded by almost 40 minutes, the double-CD version of 4 Way Street simply built on the existing foundation of a landmark live album, and for a change, there was no diminishing of the original release. Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young had come out of Woodstock as the hottest new music act on the planet, and followed it up with Deja Vu, recorded across the second half of 1969 and released in March of 1970, supported by a tour in the summer of that year. As it happened, despite some phenomenal music-making, the tour was fraught with personal conflicts, and the quartet split up upon its completion. And 4 Way Street followed, released in April of 1971: a live double-LP set, chock-full of superb music distilled down from a bunch of nights on that tour that more than fulfilled the promise of the group. Indeed, contained on those original four LP sides was the embodiment of everything great that the unique ethos behind this group -- which was not a "group" but four individuals working together -- might have yielded. Each of the participants got to show off a significant chunk of his best work, whether presented alone or in tandem with the others, and the shared repertory -- "Long Time Gone," "Ohio" etc. -- binding it all together as more than a documentary of some joint appearances. Conceptually it was all as diffuse as the concept behind the group, but musically, 4 Way Street was one of the great live rock documents of its time, a status it retains along with such touchstones as the Allman Brothers' At Fillmore East, the live half of the Cream's Wheels of Fire, and the Grateful Dead's Live/Dead; some of the extended guitar jams between Stills and Young ("Southern Man") go on longer than strict musical sense would dictate, but it seemed right at the time, and they capture a form that was far more abused in other hands after this group broke up. Although Neil Young and Stephen Stills had the advantage of the highest wattage on their songs and their jams together, David Crosby and Graham Nash more than manage to hold their own, not only with some strong and distinctive songs, but also a strong case that less could be more; they reached the more introspective members of their audience, mostly individually, while Stills and Young wowed the crowds collectively. The double-CD version adds more acoustic material by each of the participants, which gives a fuller picture of what they were all about musically -- Nash's acoustic rendition of "King Midas in Reverse" doesn't slot in too easily next to the earthier Crosby, Stills & Young originals, but it also adds a welcome British psychedelic pop interlude to the proceedings. The essentials of the original album are all intact, and all in better sound. ~ Bruce Eder

Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (5/27/71, p.47) - "...a surprisingly good album...Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young are all performers of unquestionable talent, and--mostly because they stay out of each other's way--4 WAY STREET must surely be their best album to date..."

Producer:Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Format:CD (0 Disc); Stereo
Country:USA
Studio/Live: Live
Release Date:15 June, 1992
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