Stephen Stills has just released a version of "The Lee Shore" from his new album, ‘Live at Berkeley 1971,’ which will be released on April 28th.
He was joined on the song by its writer, David Crosby, which gives fans a taste of what they would have sounded like as they were talking about working together prior to them meeting Graham Nash.
"The Lee Shore" was originally released on the first live Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young album, 4 Way Street. Graham Nash also pays tributes to the band in the song "I Watched it All Come Down" on his new album, Now.
He told Variety, “I reached incredible heights musically with them, and the opposite has been true with them, too – saddened that we didn’t make more music. We do, though, know that the music we did make is the most important part of our relationship.”
He added, “So this is about the thrill of having made music with David, Stephen and Neil. I wish it could have continued.” Now will be released on May 19th.
[Source: Classic Hits Today]