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Crosby Stills and Nash - Daylight Again (1994) Retail CD
In some ways, this concert film captures the heaven and hell of CSN and the contradictions of what they stood for back in the 80's. As a trip through some of their best material, it's almost flawless. They play and sound as good as ever, with Stephen Stills in wonderful form. But, like the CD of the same name (not Allies which was the soundtrack from this gig), it's basically a Stills and Nash affair because by this time, David Crosby was nearing the end of his inevitable decline into drug addiction. Whilst he still holds his own vocally and on guitar throughout the set, he's a junkie zombie -more… in a different place, on a different planet. His physical appearance is pretty alarming but it's his eyes that tell the story. I find it really difficult and upsetting to watch some sections of this DVD because it's like watching an unusually gifted man killing himself, but with a knowing smile on his face. Read "Long Time Gone" and you'll understand exactly the depths he had reached to by this time (going off stage during and between numbers for a hit) which makes his ability to perform so hard to understand. He had a bit further to sink and thankfully he got back, but this is unsettling stuff. Yet in a way, it does document and symbolise so much about the career of CSN. Originality, massive talent, vision,arrogance, excess and self-destruction.
|1||Turn Your Back On Love|
|2||Wasted On The Way|
|4||Into The Darkness|
|6||Since I Met You|
|7||Too Much Love To Hide|
|8||Song For Susan|
|9||You Are Alive|
|10||Might As Well Have A Good Time|
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