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Stephen Stills: Live At Berkeley 1971

Read "Live At Berkeley 1971" reviewed by Doug Collette

Given the length and breadth of Stephen Stills' discography--as a solo artist, leader of the Manassas band, and in various collaborations--it's altogether surprising he hasn't done more archival work. But Live At Berkeley 1971 rectifies the neglect, at least to some degree, and might augur well for future releases. This sixty-six minutes (on CD or two LPs), recorded over two nights, may not be the definitive recording of its time anymore than the contractual obligation that was/is Stephen ...

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David Crosby: A Revitalized Creativity

Read "David Crosby: A Revitalized Creativity" reviewed by Mike Jacobs

David Crosby has had--and is still having--quite a long and storied career. While many musicians obviously have had those too, music doesn't always come out on top for many at this late stage of the game. It has though for Mr. Crosby--quite conspicuously. All About Jazz had a conversation with the seemingly unstoppable music icon about his influences, jazz fandom and new found inspiration at this part of his journey. All About Jazz: In the past ...


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