Including over 90 minutes of this occasional quartet recorded live for TV Broadcast, across their career.
1. Southern Man 5:23 2. On The Way Home 3:25 3. Birds 2:21 (Fillmore East, New York City, NY, 2nd June 1970.)
4. Down By The River 4:49 (The Music Scene, 1st September 1969.)
5. Long Time Gone (with Tom Jones) 3:46 (This Is Tom Jones, 6th September 1969.)
6. Immigration Man 4:42 7. Helpless 4:29 8. Military Madness 3:45 9. Traces 2:41 10. Almost Cut My Hair 8:28 11. Teach Your Children 3:50 12. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 3:10 (Wembley Stadium, London, UK, 14th September 1974.)
13. Daylight Again/Find The Cost Of The Freedom 2:34 14. Only Love Can Break Your Heart 3:20 (Live Aid, John F. Kennedy Stadium, Philadelphia, PA, 13th July 1985.)
15. Southern Cross 4:14 16. Teach Your Children 2:49 (The Tonight Show, 23rd June 1987.)
17. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes 2:49 18. This Old House 4:36 (Farm Aid, The Hoosier Dome, Indianapolis, IN, 7th April 1990.)
19. Long May You Run 4:37 20. Love The One You’re With 5:03 (Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA, 3rd November 1991.)
21. Find A Dream 3:42 (The Tonight Show, 31st May 1994.) 22. As I Come Of Age 3:34 (Letterman, 21st November 1991)
Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young need no introduction but what we have here is a stunning collection of clips from across their career 1969-1994. The set kicks off with some footage of the quartet in their prime in 1969 and 1970 and includes a cracking guest performance from Tom Jones on his eponymously titled show.
The band broke up after their 1970 tour to promote the album ‘Deja Vu’, but reunited in 1974 to play a money spinning stadium tour. The dates at Wembley Stadium were filmed and some of that footage appears here. They went their separate ways again after that tour and Crosby, Stills & Nash returned as the original trio in 1977. After a couple of albums Young rejoined for their 1985 Live Aid appearance. Some comments made by Bob Dylan during his set regarding American farmers under pressure led to Young organising ‘Farm Aid’ with Willie Nelson and John Mellencamp. Farm Aid became an annual benefit concert starting that year and in 1990, Young joined his partners on stage which is documented here. A final clip of the quartet is from Golden Gate Park in 1991. The DVD is fleshed out with some TV clips of the trio without Young on The Tonight Show and David Letterman’s show.