“The most difficult project I’ve ever done”: Graham Nash on CSNY’s Live 1974 box set

Graham Nash has spoken about Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's long-awaited live 1974 box set.

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Graham Nash has spoken about Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young‘s long-awaited live 1974 box set.

In a new interview on Rolling Stone, Nash said, “This is the most difficult project I’ve ever done in my recording life. That’s largely because of other people’s agendas and trying to please four people at the same time. It only took us a year to actually do the physical work, but it took three or four years to get that work together.”

After an earlier report on Uncut, Rolling Stone confirms that the CSNY 1974 box set will be released in America on July 8, 2014. It will be released on July 7, 2014 in the UK and Europe.

It will be released as a 3 CD/DVD set, a Pure Audio Blu-Ray (192kHz/24-bit), a limited edition box set and also a 16-track single CD.

The 3 CD/DVD set, the Blu-Ray and the box set will also contain a 188-page booklet of previously unseen tour photography. The box set is limited to 1,000 copies and features a coffee table-sized book, a bonus DVD and six 180-gram 12” vinyl records.

Copies can be pre-ordered from the CSNY website from next week [Monday May 28].

The complete track listing for CSNY 1974 is:

3CD/ Bonus DVD or Pure Audio Blu-Ray / Bonus DVD

Disc One – First Set

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 Two – Second Set

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 Three – Third Set

1. “Déjà 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”

Bonus DVD

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. “Déjà Vu”
8. “Pushed It Over The End”

Single CD Track Listing

1. “Love The One You’re With”
2. “Wooden Ships”
3. “Immigration Man”
4. “Helpless”
5. “Johnny’s Garden”
6. “The Lee Shore”
7. “Change Partners”
8. “Only Love Can Break Your Heart”
9. “Our House”
10. “Guinevere”
11. “Old Man”
12. “Teach Your Children”
13. “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes”
14. “Long Time Gone”
15. “Chicago”
16. “Ohio”


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