Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: David Crosby & Graham Nash – San Francisco, CA (12/14/74)

Crosby and Nash 1974-12-14 - San Francisco
David Crosby & Graham Nash
Whale And Fieldworkers Benefit 1974
San Francisco, December 14, 1974
Unreleased live album recorded by Stephen Barncard

Thanks to AZ Jones for the artwork.

Download: FLAC/MP3

1. Intro
2. Deja Vu
3. Lady Of The Island
4. Prison Song
5. Carry me
6. Calley’s Song
7. Sleep Song
8. King Of The Mountain
9. Time After Time
10. Guinnevere
11. Fieldworker
12. The Last Whale
13. Wooden Ships
14. What Are Their Names
15. Chicago
16. Long Time Gone
17. crowd

Terrific sound on this one.

0 thoughts on “Lossless Bootleg Bonanza: David Crosby & Graham Nash – San Francisco, CA (12/14/74)

  1. I see you liked my cover of this one. Cool. Glad to see it here. Hope all is well with your child and wife. I know that adding a child can add new challenges to you relationship. Hope it ALL good

    Az Jones arizjones.blogspot.com.

  2. Ah man, once again I snagged an image from Google without noticing it was from your site. I just added in a link and a thanks to the post.

    Yeah, we’re good. Baby is constantly growing and amazing me. Constant challenges, but ones I’m always happy to meet.

    Hope you are doing well too my friend.

  3. Great show….I attended it, and it was one of the things that eventually led me to punk rock. They had a HUGE fibreglass whale parked outside on a flatbed truck that struck me as a bit ….pointless? We want to save the whales, so we made a giant plastic whale and are driving it all over the country.

  4. You don’t have to add a link. I meant nothing by it. Just wanted to converse. Glad you and your family are well. Bless ya!
    I make new art with many of the posts I do. If you like it feel free. I enjoy seeing it get out there. The statment that this show drove someone to punk rock is a crack up. Did you not know who you were going to see? Did you go for the music? From this to punk rock is quite a shift in musical taste.

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