Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by DEAN OF ROCK, Aug 4, 2022 at 8:12 PM.
Don't want to come across overly morbid but they may all be dead by the end of the decade.
Good odds that Crosby outlives the rest of them!
Given the current situation between Nash/Young and Crosby, maybe even producing archival projects will be difficult. I wouldn't hold my breath for anything new, but you never know with these four (and if someone dangles a suitably large contract in front of them).
I don't think anything is next as far as new material from these guys- with or without Y.
Maybe some re-releases or archival sets.
I'd like to see some kind of representation from the CSN 1977 tour.
Maybe...but he's the oldest. Coming on to 82 in a few days.
Would love to see a deluxe edition of the first album.
-big book about the formation and 1969.
-Remastered original album
-Outtakes (there's already some stuff from the Demos album about ten years ago along with the box set, and there has to be some stuff in the vaults)
-Woodstock full set or something from late 1969 or early 1970.
Also, a I would love to hear a reconstruction of human highway in some form. Really unfortunate the guys couldn't get out three albums during their early formative years together.
If guns and roses can get back together and Smile can be released anything is possible. I do feel like the only way the above happens is if one or more of the members are needing money.
Stills archival releases of 71 show and expanded Manassas.
CSNY Fillmore set with film.
As for Y there are plenty of threads already.
Everything you said except….remix instead of simply a remaster.
Neil won't even leave his hut for Farm Aid... so count Y out.
I'd be amazed if Neil Young and David Crosby ever work together again.
Expanded 4 way street
As tour sponsors?
Maybe a concept album about Graham Nash having the best sex of his life with his current wife. The vinyl gatefold could double as a pop-up book.
I would like a Crosby McGuinn Hillman recording.
Maybe some film archival stuff. Fillmore East?
As for current collaboration, I’d say forget it. That’s in the rear view mirror.
Neil is not feeling the live performance thing these days.
I think it’s more than just Covid related, but not in some dramatic way. I think he’s found a life where playing shows simply doesn’t sound like fun. I’m good with that. He’s delivering art almost monthly.
Good on him. He’s no spring chicken but he’s very active artistically.
Box set with complete shows.
I would like to see Crosby release a live set of recent concerts.
Wow, I was just this week listening to bootlegs from the Y2K and 2002 tours.
I would love for those tours to get some official release - everyone is in reasonably good voice still
and some deeper tracks were played. The 2002 shows, were looooong.
As far as just CSN, I would like to hear what was constructed during the aborted Rick Rubin
covers sessions. Is anything salvageable?
One of that rarer things that CSN did late in their career (2013) was a Song Book at Jazz at Lincoln Center show with Wynton Marsalis and his big jazz band. I would like to finally hear those arrangements.
Keep wishing. Never gonna happen. These guys are elderly old men now, its a lot later than many people realize.
I'd be thrilled with a Stills & Young project. Does anybody know if Stephen is even able to play anymore on account of his hearing challenges?
As far as Stills, keeping watch for his archival releases.
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