Crosby, Stills & Nash Daylight Again 180g LP
Crosby, Stills & Nash Daylight Again 180g LP
Genre: Pop Rock
Label: Atlantic
Format: 33RPM,
Size: 12"

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Crosby, Stills & Nash Daylight Again 180g LP

Crosby, Stills & Nash

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SKU:
ATLLP93266
UPC:
081227932664
180g Vinyl LP! Cut From The Original Analog Masters by Chris Bellman!

As members of one of rock’s first supergroups, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash helped define the Woodstock generation through their peerless harmonies, resonant songwriting and deep commitment to political and social causes.

Daylight Again is a 1982 studio album by the band Crosby, Stills & Nash, their fourth of completely original material, and seventh in total. It peaked at #8 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, the final time the band has made the top ten to date. Three singles were released from the album, all making the Billboard Hot 100: "Wasted on the Way" peaked at #9, "Southern Cross" at #18, and "Too Much Love to Hide" at #69.

The genesis of the album lies in recordings made by Stephen Stills and Graham Nash at intervals in 1980 and 1981, the album slated to be a Stills-Nash project. They employed Art Garfunkel, Timothy B. Schmit, and others to sing in place of where David Crosby might have been.

Executives at Atlantic Records, however, had little interest in anything but CSN product from any member of the group, and held out for the presence of Crosby, forcing Nash and Stills to start paying for the sessions out-of-pocket. They began to turn toward the company's point of view, however, and decided to invite Crosby to participate at the eleventh hour. He brought two of his own tracks to the album, "Delta," where Stephen and Graham squeezed their vocals into David's already-taped multi-tracked harmonies, and "Might As Well Have A Good Time," which received the bona fide CSN treatment. Most of the recording, however, features other voices in addition to the main trio, a first for any CSNY record, as is the number of outside writers. The song "Daylight Again" evolved out of Stills' guitar-picking to accompany on-stage stories regarding the south in the Civil War, segueing into "Find the Cost of Freedom," which had been the b-side of the "Ohio" single in 1970.

As the first album by the band in the video age, music videos were filmed to accompany the two lead singles, "Southern Cross," featuring the band and shots of one of their favorite metaphors, a sailing vessel, receiving a fair amount of rotation on MTV in 1982 and 1983.

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Cut from original analog masters by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering

Selections:
Side One:

1. Turn Your Back On Love
2. Wasted On The Way
3. Southern Cross
4. Into The Darkness
5. Delta
Side Two:
1. Since I Met You
2. Too Much Love To Hide
3. Song For Susan
4. You Are Alive
5. Might As Well Have A Good Time
6. Daylight Again
Description
180g Vinyl LP! Cut From The Original Analog Masters by Chris Bellman!

As members of one of rock’s first supergroups, David Crosby, Stephen Stills, and Graham Nash helped define the Woodstock generation through their peerless harmonies, resonant songwriting and deep commitment to political and social causes.

Daylight Again is a 1982 studio album by the band Crosby, Stills & Nash, their fourth of completely original material, and seventh in total. It peaked at #8 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, the final time the band has made the top ten to date. Three singles were released from the album, all making the Billboard Hot 100: "Wasted on the Way" peaked at #9, "Southern Cross" at #18, and "Too Much Love to Hide" at #69.

The genesis of the album lies in recordings made by Stephen Stills and Graham Nash at intervals in 1980 and 1981, the album slated to be a Stills-Nash project. They employed Art Garfunkel, Timothy B. Schmit, and others to sing in place of where David Crosby might have been.

Executives at Atlantic Records, however, had little interest in anything but CSN product from any member of the group, and held out for the presence of Crosby, forcing Nash and Stills to start paying for the sessions out-of-pocket. They began to turn toward the company's point of view, however, and decided to invite Crosby to participate at the eleventh hour. He brought two of his own tracks to the album, "Delta," where Stephen and Graham squeezed their vocals into David's already-taped multi-tracked harmonies, and "Might As Well Have A Good Time," which received the bona fide CSN treatment. Most of the recording, however, features other voices in addition to the main trio, a first for any CSNY record, as is the number of outside writers. The song "Daylight Again" evolved out of Stills' guitar-picking to accompany on-stage stories regarding the south in the Civil War, segueing into "Find the Cost of Freedom," which had been the b-side of the "Ohio" single in 1970.

As the first album by the band in the video age, music videos were filmed to accompany the two lead singles, "Southern Cross," featuring the band and shots of one of their favorite metaphors, a sailing vessel, receiving a fair amount of rotation on MTV in 1982 and 1983.

Features:
• 180g Vinyl
• Cut from original analog masters by Chris Bellman at Bernie Grundman Mastering

Selections:
Side One:

1. Turn Your Back On Love
2. Wasted On The Way
3. Southern Cross
4. Into The Darkness
5. Delta
Side Two:
1. Since I Met You
2. Too Much Love To Hide
3. Song For Susan
4. You Are Alive
5. Might As Well Have A Good Time
6. Daylight Again
ISBN
Genre
Pop Rock
If Can Be Discounted
YES
Discontinued
NO
Inventory
.00
Construct
0
Dropship
0
Artist
Crosby, Stills & Nash
Title
Daylight Again
Composer
Additional Artists
Record Weight
180G
Record Speed
33RPM
Record Speed Record Size
12"
Multi Channel
Stereo
1
Mono
Colored
Picture Disc
1/2 Speed
DMM
Out of Print
Sell Hold/Repressing
Direct to disc
Creation Date
05-14-2018
Release Date
06-27-2018
Availability
Backordered
Format
Vinyl
ASSOC
R
Scratch & Dent
0
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