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  posted on 2/7/2007 at 04:39 PM
This is just too damn good not to start a thread over it. I assume most members here are hip to www.wolfgangsvault.com. In case you're not, it's free to register and listen to any show in their archives, including some ABB. Just wanted to alert everyone to a very SWEET new show which I'm listening to as I write, CSNY at The Fillmore, 6-4-1970. Man, just a reminder of how great these guys were (ARE). I doubt at their current ages that they could touch the kind of harmonies they were kicking out in 1970, though. Notes on the website say the record "4 Way Street" came from this four night Fillmore run. Graham Nash says during the show that it was being filmed as well.......let's hope THAT sees the light of day. I'm only six tunes into it, but it's all acoustic so far, and just SO damn FINE, especially Young's "On The Way Home" and "Tell Me Why". Great stuff, and if you're an office type, you can play it over your computer while you work. Crosby's "Triad" and Guinnevere" very fine as well.

I know there have been some challenges regarding the legality of someone broadcasting these shows over the net for free. You may want to enjoy this while you can.

[Edited on 2/7/2007 by robslob]

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  posted on 2/7/2007 at 05:14 PM
Thanks for the tip robslob! Agree - these guys, back in the day had vocals like angels. I think David Crosby is probably one of the great voices of our times and his work in CSNY proved that point. (and LOVE the collection of tunes on 4 way!)

 

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  posted on 2/7/2007 at 05:43 PM
I *think* these were leaked out a few years ago in the trading circles. Look around some lists, as I've seen several audience recorded shows from 69-70 that have never circulated before. Too bad the SB recording doesn't seem to be around for the 3rd-this show has Stills doing an acoustic "Bluebird", probably to the dismay of the other three. Supposedly, Dylan was present at this show.

I do wonder if wolfgang actually has the master reels to many of these shows, & if the circulating copies of various shows are lower generation tapes.

However, the Traffic show from 11/18/70 (or 19?) from Wolfgang has the exact cut on "Glad" as circulating copies-although it was released in it's entirety on the reissue of "John Barleycorn Must Die".

 

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  posted on 2/7/2007 at 05:47 PM
and what great shows ..................I remember them well. Infact we stayed outside the Fillmore stage door for one of the shows.

 

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  posted on 2/7/2007 at 05:54 PM
Yup, those were making the rounds recently on the trades forum, I've got a copy somewhere.
As good as this one is and the fact that they made 4 Way Street from it, I was fortunate to catch CSNY at the FE the week or so after Woodstock (or maybe longer) and boy that one is as good.
The 1969 appearance was, I think, there first post Woodstock show. Rocked like mad. I think Lonnie Mack opened and stood next to us in the auditorium during the show.

Even Neil was into it then.

 

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  posted on 2/7/2007 at 10:47 PM
This show was treed with the June 5th 1970 recording in summer 2003 as TOTW at Rustlist and Human Highway. I know that is when I got them in trade. I believe PinkRobert torrented them shortly after that.


They are a very wonderful pair of CSN&Y Bill Halverson Soundboard shows! (also noted on the CD cover artwork)The 06/04/70 show is nearly perfect - both discs 1 and 2 are complete and nearly flawless. However, unfortunately all known copies of 06/05/70 are missing the first four tracks of the acoustic set. Sound qulaity is priceless.

Consensus pretty much has it that they were leaked by someone close to the Neil camp.

Prolly the best live recordings of CSNY IMHO.




Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Fillmore East, NYC, New York
1970 June, 4th

1. Disc (79:30 min)

1. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
2. On The Way Home
3. Teach Your Children
4. Tell Me Why
5. Triad
6. Guinnevere
7. Simple Man
8. Man In The Mirror
9. Cinnamon Girl
10. Down By The River
11. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
12. Black Queen
13. 49 Bye-Byes
14. America's Children
15. Love The One You're With


2. Disc (62:26 min)

1. Pre-Road Downs
2. Long Time Gone
3. Helplessly Hoping
4. Ohio
5. As I Come Of Age
6. Southern Man
7. Carry On
8. Find The Cost Of Freedom


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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Fillmore East, NYC, New York
1970 June, 5th

1.Disc (61:11 min)

(first 4 Tracks missing)
1. Tell Me Why
2. Laughing
3. The Lee Shore
4. Simple Man
5. Man In The Mirror
6. Cinnamon Girl
7. Down By The River
8. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
9. Black Queen
10. 49 Bye-Byes
11. America's Children
12. Love The One You're With

2. Disc (64:08 min)

1. Pre-Road Downs
2. Long Time Gone
3. Helplessly Hoping
4. Ohio
5. As I Come Of Age
6. Southern Man
7. Carry On
8. Woodstock
9. Find The Cost Of Freedom

 

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  posted on 2/7/2007 at 11:54 PM
I'm looking forward to hearing this concernt from the Vault, but I gotta say that seeing them last August was a real surprise for me. I went more for a buddy, as he's always been a bigger fan of theirs that I have. I knew I'd enjoy it, but I was unprepared for how absolutely amazing they sounded! This was at the Theater at MSG - and I have never heard better concert sound than that show. Every voice clear - every instrument distinct. But it was their performance that blew me away.

I had seen Graham and David guest with David Gilmour a few months earlier, and from the looks of that night, David Crosby appeared to be almost catatonic. Flash forward a few months to their show, and it was like a completely different person. Playing well and sounding great. All four of them were incredible - one of the top three shows I saw in '06.

In fact, I wish someone had made a decision to film one of their shows from that tour, but I've heard nothing if that was done. Would have been a great bit of history to see them all together and playing so much of their great catalog - and doing it so well. Hope that's in the works...

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