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Previously: Crosby, Stills & Nash :: Revisiting Guinnevere
Previously:
David Crosby :: 1970 Session Outtakes (Perro Tapes)

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MP3: Crosby, Stills & Nash :: Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (Instrumental)
MP3: Crosby, Stills & Nash :: Marrakesh Express – Vocal Alternate
MP3: Crosby, Stills & Nash :: Marrakesh Express – Instrumental
MP3: Crosby, Stills & Nash :: Guinnevere – Vocal-Electric
MP3: Crosby, Stills & Nash :: Guinnevere – Vocal-Acoustic
MP3: Crosby, Stills & Nash :: (David Crosby) Cmon In My Kitchen
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12 Responses to “Crosby, Stills & Nash :: 1969 Demos, pt I”

  1. Nice CSN extras, looking forward to part 2. Can you please re-post the Crosby tracks? Thanks.

  2. you can check out gdlive.com for the rest of those crosby/P.E.R.R.O. tracks:
    http://gdlive.com/xtrasshn/Perro_tapes/
    http://gdlive.com/xtrasshn/PERRO_2.shnf/
    the audio quality is fantastic.

  3. how do you open, play or convert shn files? There’s a lot on gdlive.com and a lot on archive.org and other places as well, but I don’t know what they are or how to play them??

  4. Oh – BTW – These tracks are frikkin’ great! Thanks!

  5. Excellent find! I can’t stand their egos, but their voices are like butter.

  6. Great post! Don’t know if you or your readers know it, but the “Come into my Kitchen” is from an old Robert Johnson song; Crosby copied the vocal inflections almost exactly.

  7. curt, sadly Johnson’s estate made CSN remove that bit “Come into my Kitchen” off the ’06 reissue. bizarre.

  8. http://wiki.etree.org/index.php?page=SoftwareYouNeed
    lots of info on converting files & software for Dan

  9. Great post. Very enlightening. I would love to hear more from these sessions, but the links to the old archives are no longer loaded (no doubt due to bandwidth space). Any chance you can reload them for those of us who missed them the first time around? Especially the David Crosby solo stuff. I’m going to hold my breath until then…really! Thanks!

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  11. Amazing sound. Thanks a lot!

  12. CHW, but if you don’t know them… don’t talk about their egos… Croz and Nash are too genuine for words… Stills I don’t know well… but I can speak for the others…

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