Tuesday, 21 May 2013

For Stephen Stills, revisiting the past feels right

Crosby, Stills & NashStephen Stills was famous for spending endless hours in the recording studio, especially in the 1970s. All that work produced a bevy of albums in that decade — a half dozen solo albums, a pair of albums with his band, Manassas, and one studio LP each with Crosby, Stills & Nash and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young.
“Yeah, it was a crazy amount of time,” Stills recalled in a recent phone interview. “It was right up there with the Eagles. Some of it, it paid off, and some of it suffered for it. We were pretty blase because we had unlimited budgets and stuff like that.”
Stills has had reason to revisit those times of music making in the '70s lately. For one thing, he has done a good deal of touring with Crosby, Stills & Nash — including an extensive tour in 2012 and another run of dates happening this spring — which means playing a good number of songs recorded in the '70s by that group.
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