I can answer most questions about the history of the group & about most of the songs. I also have knowledge about the individual members.
I have been a fan of this trio from the begining in the 60's. As a musician, I have also played alot of their music.
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Hi Kari, I'm not sure why all the different cat #'s but I do know that when records were the way music was distributed, record companies did all kinds of things to track sales. Maybe the different
Hi Ethan, I've checked around & haven't been able to find out who will be with them on tour. I can tell you that last year's tour had James Raymond (Crosby's son) on keyboards, Joe Vitale on drums
Hi Corrieanne, You are right... this is a song by Graham Nash & was on his "Songs For Beginners" album of 1971. The only time CSN&Y recorded this was on "4 Way Street". Try searching YouTube under
Hi Red. I didn't really watch "Roseanne" but I can tell you that the episode you're referring to is "The Bowling Show" from season 4. You might find more info that way. I don't recognize the lyrics,
Hi Berri, This is a song that talks about the relationships between kids & parents. It's important for both sides to tell the other what they may be missing. There are things kids haven't learned