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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's long-awaited live 1974 boxset appears on Amazon

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's long-awaited live 1974 boxset appears on Amazon

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's long-awaited 1974 boxset now has a listing on Amazon.co.uk.

Though no official announcement of the release has yet been made, the four-disc live set is, according to Amazon, released on July 7 on Rhino.

In 2013, David Crosby told Uncut: "It’s pretty much all complete now. Y’know, I don’t know what to tell you, man. It’s ridiculously good!… At that point The Beatles were gone and there was only really us and the Stones doing that level of work… We were peaking.”

Amazon lists a full tracklisting, below, but as of now it remains speculative.

Disc: 1
1. Love The One You're With
2. Wooden Ships
3. Immigration Man
4. Helpless
5. Carry Me
6. Johnny's Garden
7. Traces
8. Grave Concern
9. On The Beach
10. Black Queen
11. Almost Cut My Hair

Disc: 2
1. Change Partners
2. The Lee Shore
3. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
4. Our House
5. Fieldworker
6. Guinevere
7. Time After Time
8. Prison Song
9. Long May You Run
10. Goodbye Dick
11. Mellow My Mind
12. Old Man
13. Word Game
14. Myth Of Sisyphus
15. Blackbird
16. Love Art Blues
17. Hawaiian Sunrise
18. Teach Your Children
19. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes

Disc: 3
1. Deja Vu
2. My Angel
3. Pre-Road Downs
4. Don't Be Denied
5. Revolution Blues
6. Military Madness
7. Long Time Gone
8. Pushed It Over The End
9. Chicago
10. Ohio

Disc: 4
1. Only Love Can Break Your Heart
2. Almost Cut My Hair
3. Grave Concern
4. Old Man
5. Johnny's Garden
6. Our House
7. Deja Vu
8. Pushed It Over The End

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