Finding a common musical spirit in the hills above Hollywood, David Crosby (bounced from the Byrds) and Graham Nash (drawn to So. California from The Hollies) joined with Stephen Stills (after Buffalo Springfield imploded) unleashing three part harmonies and a creative force that was unstoppable. Their first sessions on Atlantic, in 1969, produced the mega hits: Suite: Judy Blue Eyes, Marrakesh Express, Helpless Hoping, Wooden Ships and 49 Bye Byes among others. An American classic folk-rock recording for all time, now celebrating it's 30th Anniversary.
Mastered by Bernie Grundman and pressed at Pallas.