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Stephen Stills Live by Stephen Stills

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Stephen Stills Live

Stephen Stills

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Album

Stephen Stills Live

Stephen Stills

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Label: Rhino Atlantic
As the 1970s progressed, Stills' studio albums sounded more and more polished and mannered. Stephen Stills Live was the one glaring exception. With fat, Allmans-inspired organ smeared all over this gritty set, Stills and his wailing guitar bleed raw emotion on heavy boogie such as "Four Days Gone" and "Jet Set (Sigh)." For the record's second half, Stills goes solo acoustic with equally awesome results; he even pays homage to his hero Fred Neil with a cover of "Everybody's Talkin'."

About This Album

As the 1970s progressed, Stills' studio albums sounded more and more polished and mannered. Stephen Stills Live was the one glaring exception. With fat, Allmans-inspired organ smeared all over this gritty set, Stills and his wailing guitar bleed raw emotion on heavy boogie such as "Four Days Gone" and "Jet Set (Sigh)." For the record's second half, Stills goes solo acoustic with equally awesome results; he even pays homage to his hero Fred Neil with a cover of "Everybody's Talkin'."

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About This Album

As the 1970s progressed, Stills' studio albums sounded more and more polished and mannered. Stephen Stills Live was the one glaring exception. With fat, Allmans-inspired organ smeared all over this gritty set, Stills and his wailing guitar bleed raw emotion on heavy boogie such as "Four Days Gone" and "Jet Set (Sigh)." For the record's second half, Stills goes solo acoustic with equally awesome results; he even pays homage to his hero Fred Neil with a cover of "Everybody's Talkin'."