They recorded the second album at Wally Heider's in San Francisco. I was there for one the sessions.

On 11/01/2013 05:42 AM, wrote:

Nailed it? Om come on. Little groove anymore. Tired bunch of retired guys turning some concert money. They sounds the same, except boring and old now. They should just leave it on the album. Sure you like the nostalgic of a life once lived. Seems these coffee shop guys did not never record with Muscle Shoals or forgot they ever did.


---In, <> wrote:

--- In, wrote:

    > Yep, good memories, good is an acoustic
    > concert of the three of them. Just give up and listen to the
    > whole concert.

Excellent. Great find.

Our friend Joe wrote on another forum that he just saw
CSNY in San Francisco a few days ago, and they nailed
it there, too. For some people, the bodies get older but
the voices don't. The first "Supergroup," and they're
still pretty super.

    > ---In, wrote:
    > --- In, "TurquoiseB" wrote:
    > >
    > > This song changed my life fifty years ago.
    > >
    > > I guess I'm not the only old fart who feels that way about it:
    > >
    > >
    > Still tripping on Crosby, Stills and Nash after discovering
    > this treasure, I thought I'd post the song that started it all.
    > As I remember the story, Steven wrote the song and taught
    > it to David. They worked on harmonies for it, but David
    > always thought that it needed a third voice.
    > So they go over to Joni Mitchell's house, and there they
    > meet for the first time this guy from England who they
    > really only know as the voice of The Hollies. And things
    > progress and get wild and wooly the way things got back
    > in those days of Laurel Canyon house parties, and at
    > some point Steven and David start to sing "Helplessly
    > Hoping," which of course no one has heard before.
    > On the second verse, David heard Graham Nash join
    > in, singing the *exact* third harmony part he had
    > written in his head. And the rest is history.

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