Track List: Crosby, Stills and Nash - The Acoustic Concert

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Crosby, Stills and Nash - The Acoustic Concert on DVD
# Track Title Artist Composer Time
Program Start / Concert Dedication To Bill Graham      1:13 
Deju Vu    David Crosby  5:26 
Helplessly Hoping    Stephen Stills  2:47 
Just A Song Before I Go    Graham Nash  3:29 
Guinnevere    David Crosby  6:13 
Marrakesh Express    Graham Nash  3:18 
Long Time Ago      5:34 
To The Last Whale      1:20 
Critical Mass / Wind On The Water      5:09 
10  Try To Find Me    Graham Nash  5:09 
11  Thousand Roads    David Crosby  4:31 
12  For What It's Worth    Stephen Stills  5:55 
13  Taken At All    Graham Nash, David Crosby  3:36 
14  Wooden Ships    David Crosby, Graham Nash, Stephen Stills  8:55 
15  Suite: Judy Blue Eyes    Stephen Stills  11:03 
16  Our House    Graham Nash  3:15 
17  Daylight Again / Find The Cost Of Freedom      4:48 
18  Teach Your Children    Graham Nash  4:28 
Total Time: 1:26:09 

Album Notes
The soaring, unmistakable harmonies of Crosby, Stills & Nash bring to life one classic song after another in Acoustic, the unique concert DVD of their greatest hits. This footage was captured live at San Francisco's Warfield Theater in November, 1991, and the intimate feeling of their pure acoustic music is simply magic.

The New York Times music critic Robert Palmer once observed that CSN were ''acoustic folkies at heart.'' Entertainment as pure as this will always be in style.

CSN - artists for whom the word supergroup was invented. They brought together strands of distinctly different pop groups - David Crosby from the Byrds, Steven Stills from Buffalo Springfield, and Graham Nash from the Hollies - and wove a completely original sound.

Ever since Crosby, Stills & Nash were catapulted into the spotlight at Woodstock, they've continued to charm millions of fans. Through two decades of incredible changes, their appeal has endured. As Graham Nash explained, ''One reason why people love this band is that there's an emotional connection between us and our audience. We've just tried to be true to ourselves.''