Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN) are a folk rock supergroup made up of David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash, also known as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young (CSNY) when joined by occasional fourth member Neil Young. They are noted for their intricate vocal harmonies, often tumultuous interpersonal relationships, political activism, and lasting influence on music and culture. All four members of CSNY have been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice, though Young's multiple inductions were for work not involving the group. 01 Suite Judy Blue Eyes 02 Blackbird 03 On The Way Home 04 Teach Your Children 05 Tell Me Why 06 Triad 07 Guinnevere 08 Simple Man 09 King Midas in Reverse 10 The Loner - Cinnamon Girl - Down 11 Black Queen 12 4 + 20 13 49 Bye-Byes - America's Children 14 Love The One You're With (incomp) 15 Pre-Road Downs 16 Long Time Gone 17 Helplessly Hoping 18 Ohio 19 As I Come Of Age 20 Southern Man 21 Carry On 22 Woodstock 23 Find The Cost Of Freedom LINK Part 1LINK Part 2
Blind Faith were an English blues-rock band that consisted of Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker, Steve Winwood and Ric Grech. The band, which was one of the first "super-groups", released their only album, Blind Faith, in August 1969. This bootleg is recorded live at Fairgrounds Arena, Santa Barbara, August 16 01 - Crossroads 02 - Presence Of The Lord 03 - Means To An End 04 - Well Alright 05 - Can't Find My Way Home 06 - Had To Cry Today LINK
Blue Mountain Eagle was a short-lived American rock group that evolved out of New Buffalo Springfield in August 1969 and recorded a lone album for Atlantic/Atco Records, which they were personally signed to by label founder Ahmet Ertegun. In August, the group adopted the name Blue Mountain Eagle, which the musicians had taken from a newspaper in Grant County, Oregon. After Ahmet Ertegun personally signed them to Atlantic Records, the band recorded its lone album live in one session at Wally Heider's studios in Los Angeles in December 1969. The group toured extensively, opening for Santana, Jimi Hendrix, Love, Pink Floyd and many others. The group disbanded around September 1970. 01 - Love Is Here 02 - Yellows' Dream 03 - Feel Like A Bandit 04 - Troubles 05 - Loveless Lives 06 - No Regrets 07 - Winding Your String 08 - Sweet Mama 09 - Promise Of Love 10 - Trivial Sum LINK
The Comfortable Chair was a sunshine-rock band from California. The band made its film debut in the Bob Hope - Jackie Gleason comedy vehicle movie How to Commit Marriage (1969) and really shines in the film as a psychedelic-hippie rock band associated with the young people in the plot of the story. This fantastic group did a wonderful music video-style presentation in the film, performing their charming hippie anthem, A Child's Garden. Bernie Schwartz - lead vocals, Barbara Baczek Wallace - vocals, Gene Garfin - lead guitar, Gary Davis - bass guitar, Warner Davis - drums, Tad Baczek - keyboards.
01 - Ain't No Good No More 02 - Child's Garden 03 - I'll See You 04 - Princess 05 - Now 06 - Some Soon Some Day 07 - Be Me 08 - Loved It All 09 - Let Me Through 10 - Stars In Heaven 11 - Pale Night Of Quiet 12 - Beast
Blues Image was a critically acclaimed late 1960s rock band. Their most successful song was "Ride Captain Ride" in the last half of 1970, which went all the way to #4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and #4 on the Canadian RPM magazine charts. Blues Image was a well respected band among their peers. In an interview conducted by British magazine Melody Maker, Jimi Hendrix said that Blues Image was "one of the best up and coming bands around". Shortly before Hendrix's demise, Hendrix and Manny Bertematti were seen jamming at the popular underground club, 'The Experience' on Los Angeles' Sunset Strip. Blues Image was formed in Tampa, Florida in 1966 by singer-guitarist Mike Pinera, singer-drummer Manuel "Manny" Bertematti, singer-percussionist Joe Lala, keyboardist Emilio Garcia, and bassist Malcolm Jones. 01 - Take Me To The Sunrise 02 - Leaving My Troubles Behind 03 - Outside Was Night 04 - In Front Behind You 05 - Lay Your Sweet Love On Me 06 - Do You Have Somethin' To Say 07 - Lazy Day Blues 08 - Yesterday Could Be Today 09 - Reality Does Not Inspire LINK
Tinkerbells Fairydust was a British pop group in the late 1960s, who hailed from east London. They recorded three singles and one album for the Decca label. Previously, billed as The Rush, after the name change to Tinkerbells Fairydust they recorded the singles in 1967-69. This album, was prepared, using four of the tracks from their previous singles and a number of cover versions, and was due for release in December 1969 on the Decca record label. However it was withdrawn prior to release, 'officially' due to the band splitting up - but the more likely reason was due to Decca's severe financial problems at the time. Some test pressings were made (and 4 or 5 'finished' copies), but it was withdrawn prior to the release date with only a tiny handful of copies left in existence. The extreme rarity of this album has pushed up its collectability rating to where, in 2007, a shabby scratched copy was sold on Ebay for £1,200 and since then (in 2009 & 2010) 2 other copies have sold in excess of £2000. It is regarded by collectors as one of the most valuable pop/psych albums of all time. 01 - In My Magic Garden 02 - Marjorine 03 - You Keep Me Hanging On 04 - The Worst That Could Happen 05 - Never My Love 06 - Lazy Day 07 - Every Minute Every Day 08 - Whole World 09 - They Didnt Believe Me 10 - Happy 11 - Sheila's Back In Town 12 - Jeff's Boogie 13 - 20-10 LINK