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Their debut album, The War Report, was released in 1997 while Noreaga was serving another prison sentence. Stills-Young Band. The two grew up in bad neighborhoods in Queensbridge and LeFrak City, and met each other in jail in 1992. David Crosby as a member of CPR. Capone-N-Noreaga is a rap act that consists of Capone (Kiam Holley) and Noreaga (Victor Santiago). Crosby Nash. MTV biography (http://www.mtv.com/bands/az/capone_noreaga/bio.jhtml). Graham Nash solo.
Stephen Stills solo. David Crosby solo. Crosby, Stills, and Nash (and Young).
Interestingly, Young has been inducted for his solo work and his work in the Buffalo Springfield but has not been inducted with CSN. Crosby has also been inducted as a member of the Byrds, and Stills is also in as a member of the Buffalo Springfield. CSN was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997. The CSNY2K tour (2000) and the CSNY Tour of America (2002) were major money makers.
Stills invited Young to guest on a few tracks. After he arrived, Young contributed so much that Looking Forward was released as a CSNY album on Young's record label Reprise. In the late 1990s, CSN left Atlantic Records and began recording on their own. Young did refuse to tour to support American Dream, but CSN did regroup for the studio album Live It Up in 1990 and After the Storm in 1994. When Crosby was released from jail, Young rejoined for American Dream in 1988 because he had promised to record with them again if Crosby cleaned himself up.
The trio did tour until 1985 when Crosby was arrested and jailed on drug and weapons charges. However, Atlantic Record executives refused to release it until Crosby was added. Daylight Again was originally recorded as a Stills-Nash record due to Crosby's increasing drug addiction. This set the stage for the albums CSN in 1977 and Daylight Again in 1982.
Afterward, Stills appeared at a Crosby-Nash concert in Los Angeles. Stills was contractually obligated to finish the tour. In 1976, Stills and Young jointly recorded Long May You Run as the Stills-Young Band, but Young left midway through the following tour. Crosby and Nash began recording as a duo while Stills and Young resumed their solo careers.
They attempted to record a new album to be called The Human Highway but tensions ended the sessions. Although they would appear on each others solo records, there was no attempt at a reunion until 1974 when CSNY went on a North American stadium tour. All had a measure of solo success, especially Young and to a lesser extent Stills. Shortly afterward, all four released solo albums (Crosby If I Could Only Remember My Name, Stills Stephen Stills, Nash Songs for Beginners, Young After the Goldrush).
In May of that year, Crosby gave Young the Time cover featuring the Kent State massacre which inspired him to write "Ohio," another Top 20 hit for the group. Their first album with Young Déjà Vu came out in 1970 and was another hit. With Young on board, the group went on tour including their second live performance being at Woodstock. Instead, Neil Young was added as a full member so that all four could play keyboards during shows.
Because of this CSN had to audition musicians in order to tour. Stills contributed lead guitar, bass, and organ, and Crosby played rhythm guitar. Only one outside musician (Dallas Taylor on drums) appeared on the record. Crosby, Stills, & Nash (1969) was an immediate hit with several hit singles and rock radio tracks.
After a failed audition with the Beatles' Apple Records, the trio signed with Atlantic. Creatively frustrated with the Hollies, Nash decided to join with Crosby and Stills. At a party, Nash joined Stills and Crosby to add additional harmonies to Stills' "Helplessly Hoping.". When the Hollies ventured to California in 1968 while on tour, Graham Nash was introduced to Crosby by Cass Elliot of the Mamas and the Papas.
After the Buffalo Springfield broke up and Crosby was fired from the Byrds, he and Stills began hanging out and jamming. As a substitute, David Crosby was invited to sit in by Stephen Stills. Neil Young failed to show up for their set at the Monterey Pop Festival in 1967. The group began when the Buffalo Springfield were falling apart.
They are one of the few North American groups that rivaled the Beatles in popularity in the late 1960s. They are commonly referred to by their initials CSN or CSNY. Crosby, Stills, & Nash (sometimes known as Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young) is a pioneering folk rock/rock supergroup that formed out of the remnants of three 1960s bands the Buffalo Springfield, the Byrds, and the Hollies. Long May You Run, 1976.
Just Like Gravity, 2001. Live At Wiltern, 1999. CPR, 1998. Crosby & Nash, 2004.
Best of Crosby & Nash: The ABC Years, 2002. Another Stoney Evening, 1998. Best of Crosby and Nash, 1978. Live, 1977.
Whistling Down the Wire, 1977. Wind on the Water, 1975. Graham Nash/David Crosby, 1972. Songs for Survivors, 2002.
Innocent Eyes, 1986. Earth & Sky, 1980. Wild Tales, 1973. Songs for Beginners, 1971.
Turning Back The Pages, 2003. Stills Alone, 1991. Right By You, 1984. Thoroughfare Gap, 1978.
Illegal Stills, 1976. Still Stills: The Best of Stephen Stills, 1976. Stills, 1975. Stills Live, 1975.
Down The Road, 1973. Manassas, 1972. Stephen Stills 2, 1971. Stephen Stills, 1970.
Greatest Hits Live, 2003. Deja Vu (live), 2002. Live, 2000. King Biscuit Flower Hour, 1996.
It's All Coming Back To Me Now, 1995. Thousand Roads, 1993. Oh, Yes I Can, 1989. If I Could Only Remember My Name, 1971.
Greatest Hits, 2005. Looking Forward (with Young), 1999. Carry On, 1998. After The Storm, 1994.
CSN (box set), 1991. Live It Up, 1990. American Dream (with Young), 1988. Allies, 1983.
Daylight Again, 1982. Replay, 1980. CSN, 1977. So Far(with Young), 1974.
Four Way Street (with Young), 1971. Déjà Vu (with Young), 1970. Crosby, Stills, and Nash, 1969. "Wasted on the Way" from Daylight Again.
"The Southern Cross" from Daylight Again. "Just A Song Before I Go" from CSN. "Ohio" independent single. "Our House" from Déjà Vu.
"Woodstock" from Déjà Vu. "Teach Your Children" from Déjà Vu. "Wooden Ships" from Crosby, Stills, and Nash. "Marrakesh Express" from Crosby, Stills, and Nash.
"Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" from Crosby, Stills, and Nash.