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Manassas

Stephen Stills

1972

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Manassas

Rating

3.03

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Southern rock, the exact proportion of which varies. I like the rock parts more, though I'm not against a slide guitar solo. Pass on the fiddle tracks though.

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5

The man is a genius. Versatile, skilled, smooth, every aspect of the album appealed to me. I want to hear more Stills and definitely more CSN!

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5

Love this!

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I'm not on enough cocaine for this. Enough with your summery bullshit, Stephen.

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5

Great album, loved the concept of 4 different sides with different genres

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5

I really enjoyed this album

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5

Absolutely rocks - great guitar playing and tone. All the good parts of CSNY, but much cooler. Bluesy rock.

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5

Muy guapo

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Grote fan hiervan.

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5

Just slightly disappointed that this album is not about man asses. That aside, the album didn't disappoint at all. It's just simply good rock music. What sets it apart is the variation within the album, the wide range of influences Stills infuses his rock with and the fact that no matter what style he mixes in, it all sounds good. My favorite track is the final, bluesy song of the album.

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5

long album. that’s a good thing though it was really good. would listen again!

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5

One of the best albums ever made. Stephen Stills was really at the top of things with this, CSN, CSN&Y and his first solo album.

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5

Wow! This is what CSNY aspires to and sometimes reaches. Guess we know who is the heartbeat of that outfit. Bunch of really good musicians having a great time.

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5

Endelig et dobbelt album der kan noget. Delt op i 4 sektioner med rock, blues og folk og masser af gode numre. Enkelt få fyld, men generelt godt

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5

weirdly really vibed with this. 5 stars I guess

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5

Damn Joe Rogan for taking this off Spotify!

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5

6/5….remember it so well…good rockin’

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5

Such a good album but I just wish it was on Spotify ughhhhhhhhh :(((((

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Allman vibes, really good southern rock!

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4

Probably could have been cut down to a single disc, but I think there’s enough good material to warrant the second.

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I had no idea what to expect from this one, and was pleasantly surprised to find that the answer was "a little bit of everything"! I love an album that's not afraid to wade around the genre pool, so really enjoyed hearing rock, folk, country, blues and who knows what else in quick succession. Definitely up for more listens. Fave track - "Bound to Fall"

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4

Musically fantastic. I think I’d like it better if someone else was singing the songs, however.

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this was really good, at some point I wondered if I was listening to the same record.

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4

Country. No está mal.

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This album exemplifies folk/rock, but isn't the same stuff you hear on the radio all the time, so it still feels fresh. Great stuff. Highlight - Don't Look At My Shadow, What to Do

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4

Everything is right

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4

Good folk rock album. Good chillin music.

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4

This was a fun album. Classic rock is a place I can easily abide. I liked the blues stuff and the bluegrass stuff. A good mix of good sound. It was a little long

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4

Blues, Funk en Folk in 1 album. Mooie verrassing!

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Yup, that’s going in the library. Like me some Stills

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Leuke teksten en variatie in de nummers. Geslaagd.

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Super underrated group as a whole.

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Esta bien, no tan excelente pero está bastante bueno. Me agrada el sonido.

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Usually hate country, but this was great

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Digging the crunchy guitar & the organ. Oooh, bluegrass outa nowhere on Fallen Eagle, nice! Tempo change in The Treasure (Take One) is rad.

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4

Good, solid classic rock

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4

Blues mixed with bluegrass. Big band putting it all together really well. Double-length album with lots of great tunes. Feels like a continuation of CSNY, clear that Stills was a major part of their sound. Really good album, definitely would listen again.

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Saved a few of those songs. Country vibes. Reminded me of the Soundtrack of O Brother Where Art Thou. Not bad, but not hypeworthy either

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4

There are so many five star songs on here but with the exception of Colorado, he really lost me in the mid section between Fallen Eagle and Johnny's Garden. Too much fiddle and slide guitar in this section detracted from an otherwise beautiful album. It finds its edge again real nice from Bound to Fall, his vocal range is incredible. Move Around is a sick tune, his voice in this reminds me of someone that I can't put my finger on (maybe Neil Young which would make sense). The drumming across the whole record is out of control good.

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4

Нормальный альбом, но не сверх того

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4

I really liked this album! Great guitar solos. Great sound. Good vocals. Great rock album. I think I like this better than Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young stuff.

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4

Just the thing for an autumnal day

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Never paid so much attention to solo work of CSNY apart from Y. And this is one of the few albums so far that I did know at all, not even the album title rang a bell. Quite a few different genres - the start of the album is not so special but I am glad that I did not give up: at some point there is a whole sequence of excellent songs especially The Treasure (Take one), so definitely 4*

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Stills at his height following CSNY's breakup. I love the thematic shifts from side to side. First side is like a jam session, with tracks blending into each other, simultaneously distinctive yet hard to tell when one ends and one starts. Sometimes there's a break like in "Jet Sigh" halfway through the song and it fools with you. Huge sudden shift with the second track going back to the roots in country and bluegrass. Next huge sudden shift (starting with "It Doesn't Matter") is largely folk rock with plenty of blues and other influences (like psychedelia in "Move Around"), and continues to the end, although the fourth side gets notably harder. Double albums are best when there's diversity like this. Yet nothing is out-of-place, and Stills makes the best of each aspect. No hits but there are standout tracks on each side. Great placement of tracks to keep the energy going.

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-"Right Now" gets bangin' -"Fallen Eagle" is a good, classic country song -"Don't Look At My Shadow" has a good beat and the like guitar and violin are groovin' -"Bound to Fall" has lots o' instruments going and the harmonies are interesting -The first chunk of tracks (maybe up to like "Fallen Eagle") are pretty solid. Lots of cool instruments and stuff going on, but then it becomes a little up and down

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I like that the double album is divided up into similar sounding sections. Wikipedia says the first section is supposed to have a latin feel, which I don't really see. I still enjoyed that side, and felt like I enjoyed the country side the most (side B). Favorite tracks: "Fallen Eagle", "The Treasure", "Colorado"

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Easy listening!

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4.25/5. Very versatile, rockin, but too much country :/

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Solid, great instrumental interplay, enjoyed most songs. Albums a little long (72m) though for its lack of peaks

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Cet album du groupe Stephen Stills est très long mais néanmoins excellent. Il doit d'ailleurs beaucoup à la performance de son leader, Stephen Stills. À l'inverse du précédent opus, il dépeint un Stephen Stills bien plus conscient du monde qui l'entoure et moins égocentré. Le premier projet de la bande, sobrement baptisé Stephen Stills, était en effet construit autour de la personnalité de Stephen Stills L'unique morceau du CD, Stephen Stills, n'avait pour seules paroles que les mots Stephen et Stills inlassablement répétés pendant plus de soixante minutes. La moindre intervention d'un des autres membres du groupe donnait lieu à une tarte en plein visage de la part de Stephen Stills.

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4

Like I know every song, yet I've never heard one before. Musically super high quality. Need to revisit, like the guitar more than the voice maybe

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This album exemplifies folk/rock, but isn't the same stuff you hear on the radio all the time, so it still feels fresh. Great stuff. Highlight - Don't Look At My Shadow, What to Do

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Totally dig this album! Love the mix of folk, rock, blues and bluegrass. Twangy guitar and country fiddle really completes it with a southern rock type of sound. Need to go find a copy of it.

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Unfortunately I got assigned this album right after he took himself off Spotify, so I had to find sources elsewhere. Not sure I got the full experience. There weren't any stand out songs for me but the entire album felt like a great example of southern rock overall. Really enjoyed it.

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Really good blues rock and bluegrass for 70 minutes.

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4

fun album

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That was a nice listening experience. Loved the folksy, bluesy southern rock sound throughout!

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4

Great chill album. Americana.

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Get on Spotify. Otherwise pretty good.

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Blues parts were great. Not so much the country!

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This was alright, nothing too amazing. A good chill listen, but that's about it.

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Good 70s rock

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Very chill, up my tempo. At times bit outdated

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nice listening music

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Supergroup? At first I thought I'd rate it higher, but the later tracks dragged for me. Some of the later stylings of songs didn't do as much as the ones at the start. An interesting Wikipedia read on the process, though. 3.5 down to 3.

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Ambitious but comes across kinda bland. The country flavored songs are the weakest and that material should've been a separate album. Think I like side 3 best.

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Enjoyed the classic sound

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Even stuff. Liked it.

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Not too bad

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Pretty good. A little bland if I'm being honest. 2.5 stars, rounding up to 3.

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loved The Treasure - that was a nice surprise, for sure. another great snapshot of its time

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was actually pretty good, but would probably use as background music

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The album is clearly made by some talented dudes but it's very long and none of the songs had the je ne sais quoi to hook me.

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1972, country Rock, 71min zu lang

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Probs a 3.5 - good easy listening

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yea this album is good and polished, I am just not finding anything that i would latch on to. Those blues man is great tune.

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Started out like an alternate dimension Credence and I was into it, then got too twangy

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I liked this album, though I am not sure that I think it's anything too special. I liked the vibes and the sound for sure

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mr stills was unable to move me to action with his combinatio of musical notes and words that were aligned wtih those ntoes. I feel weird. I am not sure what but it was the music that did not cause it. I give this seventeen flying dinasours

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Not bad, but not life-changing either.

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The Rolling Stone's bass player said he would've quit the band to join Manassas. The musicians' musician supergroup. In 2011 I found this record in Tacoma for $1. I thought it was good then and think it's good now. Double record, each of the 4 sides has a different theme and a heady name for each: the Raven, the Wilderness, Consider, and the Chicago Bears. B

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this is about as country as you can get in places

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Ok but a bit samey after a while.

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A sprawling masterpiece, akin to the Beatles' White Album, the Stones' Exile on Main St., or Wilco's Being There in its makeup, if not its sound. Rock, folk, blues, country, Latin, and bluegrass have all been styles touched on in Stephen Stills' career, and the skilled, energetic musicians he had gathered in Manassas played them all on this album. What could have been a disorganized mess in other hands, though, here all gelled together and formed a cohesive musical statement.

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Enjoyed it, but can scarcely remember it.

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Lots a great songs but more than a few I wasn’t too fussed as with so many double albums you begin to wonder what could have been cut

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Some great songs but is quite relentless and becomes blurred very quickly and hard to distinguish from a lot of other 70’s rock albums.

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Not bad, blues rock bluegrass.

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Bluesy folksy rock from the 70s. 21 songs... Most not my taste... but great bass Playlist: Right Now It Doesn't Matter The Treasure - Take One

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Like a comfortable, stable boyfriend who is always consistent and dependable, and theres nothing so wrong with the way he looks and he has a decent job and he treats you right, but for some reason you still cant help but feel like something's missing.....

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I like the concept of the double album split into 4 parts. Especially as a vinyl release, side A being my favourite. Reading about the hectic recording sessions was also very interesting.

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non-distracting, very good for a background!

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It's a country rock album. It doesn't do too much special, but maybe that's all you need. It's got a twangy lead guitar, the singer's voice is nice and country, and the cowbell is definitely present in some songs. Favorite track: Don't Look at My Shadow

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Not my jam overall, but a good example of the style. Last two songs with more of a blues/funk vibe were excellent.

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Местами мне казалось что этот альбом не знает каким быть. Некоторые кантри песни не вписывались в общее звучание. В целом есть реально интересные композиции, хотя иногда и микс вокала подводил, но исполнение было отличным.

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First time hearing this double album. Real mix of rock, blues, folk, folk rock etc. Pretty much anything you'd expect from an early 70's rocker. Pretty good discovery. Best Tracks: Song of Love, Johnny's Garden, Blues Man

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I know that I tend to complain about the same-y sound of a lot of 70s music, and this is no different, but there's a different energy to this.

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3 songs in... really good. I find CSN a little soft for my tastes (though I do like/appreciate them) so I was expecting this to be similar but it's much harder blues rock. ... Spoke a bit too soon - got real folksy-ballady right after that. LOL. Still, can't complain too much - it's very pretty. Turns out the four sides have different themes. Side B was the most CSN and probably my least favorite, but not by any means bad - just personal preference here.

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Typical decent 70s soft rock album, not as outstanding as other albums however

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This album was a pretty normal experience. Maybe I was expecting too much from it. It's not bad, definitively, but even the "experimental" part sounds just like old and classic rock and roll

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Now, this! Was, ok ish. I guess! Not jaw dropping, not shit. Certainly not something I’d ever turn down again and I’m pretty sure I’m going to end up buying it. Bloody enjoyable without blowing any baws off y’know?

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Aunque me resultó agradable su voz, este tipo de discos es el que pienso que me suena "avejentado", porque está muy localizado en tiempo-espacio, acaso. Agradable, pero no me emociona nada, otras personas sabrán valorar mejor sus criterios técnicas. Las canciones que me gustaron un poco más: "Colorado" y "What To Do". 7/10

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Hueva total

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Àlbum de rock d'arrels d'Stills, mena de crisol de tots els estils al voltant del rock i americana. Hi ha una mica de tot: blues rock, folk, country rock, rock clàssic per tots els gustos... Píldores en la seva majoria breus, cap d'elles essencial però el conjunt fa de força bon acompanyament

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I am not sure what this album wanted to be. I has rock, country, funk, and blues. Some of it was good. Some of it not so good.

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fine, liked him better when he met up with Crosby and Nash.

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Solid Americana folk rock. Ends strong with “The Treasure” and “Blues Man”. Guitar work is above average.

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did not need to be that long

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I probably like something from every band associated with Stephen Stills. "So Begins the Task" and "Johnny's Garden" were interesting enough to make me pause to see what track was playing. I heard some elements that made me think of Southern Rock. This album also includes some fiddle and pedal steel for an occasional classic country vibe. Overal the album was fine.

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Слишком много сраного кантри

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Half of this was really good

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good, I guess, but not my jam

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Pleasant enough bit of country rock.

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Some chill country - I enjoyed 'Colorado'. I haven't listened to Stills or Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young before so glad to find something new.

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Adequate blues/folk/country album. Rating might have gone up to 4 upon repeat listens, but for now it is just okay, so 3 stars.

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"middle of the nothing" music; it is what it is

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3

Not bad but also felt repetitive and too laid back for my taste. I want a spicy beat!

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3

Het is wel oud maar niet zo slecht.

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Hemos oído (demasiados) discos de los miembros de Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young y creo que este ha sido el menos aburrido de todos ellos. Pese a lo exageradamente largo, al menos se siente un poco de variación, subidas, bajadas e incluso algo de onda latina y subidas de volumen, cosa que con sus otros cuates nunca sucede. De cualquier manera, aunque tiene ratos rescatables, no es un disco que me veo poniendo otra vez.

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2.5 | Otro disco para la larguísima colección que seguro se juntará de Stills, Nash, Young y todos los etceteras. La verdad nunca lo había escuchado y, aunque se me hace un disco bastante bueno, no me salta como algo que se debiera resaltar por sobre mucho de lo que hicieron sus otros colegas. Tiene a ratos un sabor a rock sureño y en otros momentos en canciones lentas tintes country que caen muy bien pero que siendo honesto no me jalaron ni llamaron lo suficiente como para decir que lo volvería a poner. Disco bien, con talento pero tampoco brillante.

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3

Good lyrics. Good vocal. Good talent. Just not my thing.

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Middle of the road 70's production. Mostly filler songs except for 2, which are quite good: Song of Love and Colorado.

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I imagine bell bottoms and handle bars. I get it that this was a project for Stephen Stills, later of CSNY, to get out his solo material. That is all. He put out a great vibe with Manassas and then an amazing vibe down the road.

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The best of this album IMO: - Song of Love - Blues Man A nice balance of folk, country, rock and blues. Their blues and rock songs are the best of this album. I'm less a fan of folk. 3.1/5

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Cet album ne m'a ni inspiré, ni interessé. Je vais par conséquent vous décrire mon emploi du temps de la journée: De 7h à 11h30, je suis contraint de travailler, et donc comme vous le savez d'écouter les albums des générateurs (celui ci ainsi que les générateurs pirates que j'ai en ma possession). De 11h30 à 13h30, je prends soin de faire un peu d'activité physique, ainsi que de me substanter en nourriture. De 13h30 à 17h, je reprends mon activité professionnelle, qui consiste je le rapelle à écouter les albums générés. A 17h30, j'ai rendez-vous à l'ambassade allemande, afin de préparer mon appel à l'encontre de la décision de justice du tribunal de Basse-Saxe, qui me refuse l'accès à son territoire. A 19h, je serai de retour chez moi pour un nouveau repas, que j'effectuerai en écoutant quelques vinyles de mon choix que j'ai en ma possession. Vers 21h, j'irai me coucher, afin d'attaquer une nouvelle journée, avec je l'espère un bel album proposé par Robert.

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Vraiment bcp trop d'albums de rock boomer américain dans cette liste quand même Prefs: Anyway, Both Of Us (Bound to Lose), Johnny's Garden, Move Around, Right Now, The Treasure - Take One Moins pref: Jesus Gave Love Away For Free

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Started out so banging. Some solid southern rock. Kind of devolved a bit into some boring early 70s rock. Some great songs on here though.

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3/5 interesting, but...

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I often skip Stills, and this album makes me wonder why. It was a good listen.

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3

Not on spotify

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3 stars. Lots of pretty good songs. Would like to here more of Steven stills

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Alright

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Not my bag baby...

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Never listened to Stephen stills record before. It was worth a listen but won’t be in a rush to listen to another.

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The Hippy sound from the 70's embodied the Baby Jesus movement.

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unfortunately nothing on this stood out to me, kind of muddied in the mix of '70s rock'

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Oldschool country?

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OK, but nothing great and quite dated.

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2.5

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A couple songs that I like (Colorado, Jimmy's Garden, etc.) and probably a good album, just not for my taste

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"Johnny's Garden" caught my attention, the rest sounding really blah to me. Lost points for album being too long, lost points for lame album cover.

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Not my kind of music but of course it’s great

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Nothing special

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meh, not really my thing

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Started off really well, then plummeted to awful country rubbish. First 2- 3 songs were nice rock

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note my style

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I think if I gave this 3/4 listens it might grow on me. But it’s too big a risk

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I like some of Stills' other work but this wasn't as good as some of that.

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Very middle of the road and generic. I get that Stills is a big deal, but this isn't for me and I don't really get what is so good/significant about this album. 5/10

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Some of this album was okay, but I was looking forward to it finishing.

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Deed me soms aan Eric Clapton denken. Maar allemachtig, kunnen we in dit project een keer verlost worden van alles wat met Crosby, Stills & Nash te maken heeft?

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Ze hebben nu allemaal wel voldoende aandacht gekregen toch, die Crosby, Stills en Nash?

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vast weer een prrrrrrima album, maar niks voor mij.

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Quite liked a couple of tracks. The blues track at the end was cool. But generally a bit boring and nondescript. A high 2

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Hmm well...

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Fully forgettable and too long. Not bad though just meh

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It was ok, I enjoyed some of the songs but largely had nothing significant to offer me

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This album sounds like Steven Stills listened to Santana and the Allman Brothers and was inspired to organize a jam. There are some solid jams and breakdowns but there doesn’t seem to be a lot of sing craft here—and it’s definitely not as compelling as Santana or the Allman brothers. “Fallen Eagle” was kind of hilarious though, could be the anthem fir the last 4 yrs. found myself waiting for this to end.

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Some of the songs were alright but this was too long, didn't enjoy it much for its length

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the first artist to come up that i have genuinely never heard of and know nothing about. how exciting - no preconceptions and no biases. it started off promisingly with some strong swamp rock, but fuck me did the wheels came off when the neil young vibe reared its head. fucking long slog after that.

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Right...shit

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Rating: 5/10

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Eagle sobg ok, 70s jam sessions mostly

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Regularsón tirándole a de hueva.

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"both of us" and "it doesn't matter" were bangers, but that's only 2 bangers out of 21 songs, or approximately 1/10th banger. that math adds up to NO MORE than 2 stars. sorry stephen </3

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really really boring

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I liked it more towards the start rather than towards the end. It just went on forever with its 21 songs and 72 minutes. Further evidence that most double albums shouldn't be.

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Very cliche 70s though based on the inclusion, I assume this was the start of it

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Country fair. Not something I’d bother listening to, but don’t actively hate it.

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Better than expected guitar work.

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Might be a good album. I dunno. All tracks unavailable. Have a 2 for wasting my time.

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It was an ok country rock album, perhaps those late nights/multiple days of recording hindered the overall quality of the album. Best: It Doesn't Matter Worst: Hide it So Deep

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Just blues

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Next.

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Didn’t have to skip the songs, ok for background grocery store music but nothing I would choose.

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There were a couple of tracks I didn't mind but overall a long trek...a single album would have sufficed for me...it wasn't bad, it wasn't great...reminded me a lot of CSNY, without the extra initials.

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There's nothing too bad on this album. It goes for diversity, bit everything seems to revert to a general 'West Coast' mean in the end. There's some good variety of instrumentation, you get some Neil Young folk, some blues, some Latin, some C&W but none of it is great. I didn't hate any of it, but I'll probably never listen to it again.

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Too much American folk fiddle

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I don’t care for Crosby, Stills, and Nash. I most definitely don’t care for just one of them.

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Too hippy dippy for me

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Dull.

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Big swing and a miss IMO

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Its a tad too Christian/southern rock for my taste. I dont think it's bad, just not what I wanted to listen to this morning

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I am not really a fan of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young, and they (collectively) have like 17 albums on this list. This album is no exception to this rule. I'm not really looking forward to any of the 16 others. Highlights: 8, and 9.

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Bad

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Only got to track 4!

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I have never heard of this before.

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So this guy, Stephen Mills, apparently gathered a bunch of people together to restlessly record an album. After a lot of sleepless nights and restless days, his newly formed band created the self-titled album. A considerably huge 70-minute album that tries to touch every realm of the country genre. It has 4 parts, each for every subgenre, rock, bluegrass, folk, and... experimental? I dunno, it doesn't change the fact that none of those parts impressed me. It's pretty boring. One good thing about the tracks is that the length seems to be perfect. At the very moment I decided to push the "next" button, I would see that there are 2 seconds left on the track. But is the album's length perfect? Er... no.

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No pude

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