Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young have announced plans for a live album culled from their legendary 1974 reunion tour. The tour packed stadiums nationwide but has since been remembered by the band members as the "Doom Tour" because of their increasing drug abuse and crumbling relationships.
Graham Nash spoke on the release with rollingstone.com, saying:
"It's going to f*ckin' stun people. We only multi-tracked eight or nine shows from the tour, and we've chosen the best from those gigs. We've had to do a little tuning, but not that much . . . But the spirit of the band! If I take myself out the band and look at it, it was a f*ckin' great band."
David Crosby adds:
"I am one of the most egotistical people on this planet. But the legend looms larger! You have to remember that in 1974, the Beatles were over and the Stones were playing a completely different kind of music. When I hear this sh*t, I think, for a moment we were probably the best band. It's startlingly good."
No title has yet been confirmed for the release, but a tentative release date is set for August 27.
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