David Crosby on “intense” Neil Young rarity

David Crosby has been speaking about the forthcoming CSNY 1974 box set. In an interview with Radio.com, Crosby cited one of his highlights of the box set: a rarely performed, never commercially released Neil Young song called "Pushed It Over The End".

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David Crosby has been speaking about the forthcoming CSNY 1974 box set.

In an interview with Radio.com, Crosby cited one of his highlights of the box set: a rarely performed, never commercially released Neil Young song called “Pushed It Over The End”.

Crosby described the song as “one of of the most intense pieces of music I’ve ever heard it in my life. It might be the single greatest Neil Young live [performance] ever. I never heard anybody be that intense on a record. Ever. Anybody. Anybody. Ever.”

Graham Nash has previously discussed the problems he experienced working on the ox set, citing “other people’s agendas and trying to please four people at the same time”.

The CSNY 1974 box set will be released on July 7, 2014 in the UK and Europe.


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