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- Artist: Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Date: 1974-07-09 Location: Seattle, WA Venue: Seattle Center Coliseum Source: Audience Lineage: Master Reels @ full track mono>Tandberg Model 11>Wavelab 96/24 1ch mono>wav 44.1/16 2ch mono>flac Taping Gear: Tandberg Model 11 R2R deck, Sony ECM-22P mic Taped and Transferred By: JEMS Band Members: David Crosby - vocal, guitar Stephen Stills - vocal, guitar, keyboards, acoustic bass Graham Nash - vocal, guitar, piano, harmonica, organ Neil Young - vocals, guitar, harmonica, keyboards Tim Drummond - bass Joe Lala - percussion Russ Kunkel - drums Setlist: 01. Love The One You're With 02. Wooden Ships 03. Immigration Man 04. Cowgirl In The Sand 05. Change Partners 06. Traces 07. Grave Concern 08. Black Queen 09. Almost Cut My Hair 10. Ohio 11. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes 12. Helplessly Hoping 13. Blackbird 14. Human Highway 15. Prison Song 16. As I Come Of Age 17. Carry Me 18. For Free 19. Guinnevere 20. Southbound Train 21. Another Sleep Song 22. Our House 23. 4 + 20 24. Know You Got To Run 25. You Can't Catch Me (includes Word Game) 26. Love Art Blues 27. Long May You Run 28. A Man Needs A Maid 29. Don't Be Denied (cut in middle) 30. First Things First 31. Deja Vu 32. My Angel 33. Pre Road Downs 34. My Favorite Changes 35. Long Time Gone 36. Revolution Blues 37. Pushed It Over The End 38. Carry On 39. What Are Their Names 40. Chicago Length: 213:32 Notes: JEMS master recording. This is an excellent sounding recording. This show captures CSNY on their first reunion tour since parting ways in 1970. This show is epic in length and performance, 40 songs in almost 4 hours. The show also features songs from the aborted follow up album Human Highway like Human Highway and Prison Song among others. Most of those songs have never been formally released so recordings like these are the only sources available for these tunes. This particular jewel from the JEMS archives has been available for many years but this is the first time the master reels have ever been directly digitized (April 2010). This should be an upgrade to any other known copies of this recording.