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Comes with poster - vinyl both have a little bit of wear & tear / scratches. Not a perfect copy, but not bad.
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OH Packerfan
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
arguably, the best post CSNY effot
Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2021
from 1970 - 1972, David Crosby offered us "If I could only remember my name" & Crosby/Nash. Graham Nash gave us Songs for Beginners (Chicago, Simple Man, I used to be a King & that C/N album), Neil Young produced After the Gold Rush & Harvest (not damn bad), Stephen Stills... See more
from 1970 - 1972, David Crosby offered us "If I could only remember my name" & Crosby/Nash. Graham Nash gave us Songs for Beginners (Chicago, Simple Man, I used to be a King & that C/N album), Neil Young produced After the Gold Rush & Harvest (not damn bad), Stephen Stills produced Stills I, Stills 2 & Manassas. For a group that wasn''t a group any more, this was an incredibly productive 3 year span. For me, I''ll put my $ on Stills. CSNY and even CSN were intended to be a loose association of piers, who could come together, or not. No attempt to be band per se, just a showcase of like-minded stars. What makes Manassas stand out is that this is clearly Stills'' band, and they are acting like a band, who has actully rehearsed behind a clear alpha dog. Tha''t''s what makes it great. CSNY may have been an amalgam of greater stars: but they emphatically were not a band. this is a BAND.
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J. C. Howland
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Stephen Stills joined Manassas after saying so-long to CN&Y
Reviewed in the United States on May 16, 2021
Some of the cuts have the usual Stephen Stills sounds and sensitivities, which to us are enjoyable. Other cuts are just so-so. Maybe he thought he was growing as an artist.
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csn
Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2021
although I thought the music as a hole was ok,some hits some misses.It is worth having in your csn collection.As its a classic oldie.
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Myrna Diaz
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The CD arrived in a timely manner - very excited!
Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2021
I love this CD. I hadn''t heard the album in ages and am so excited that I own it.
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A Diamond Lost in the Sands of Time
Reviewed in the United States on November 10, 2018
In 1971 Stephen Stills, during one of the hiatus periods of CS&N/CSN&Y (I could never figure out at any given time who was playing in the band and who was not) pulled together some rock and rollers, sort of, wrote a bunch of songs in different genres, R&R, Latin, country,... See more
In 1971 Stephen Stills, during one of the hiatus periods of CS&N/CSN&Y (I could never figure out at any given time who was playing in the band and who was not) pulled together some rock and rollers, sort of, wrote a bunch of songs in different genres, R&R, Latin, country, folk, and released them in vinyl in a 2 record set. The main lineup includes the good old standbyes Calvin Samuels (bass) and Dallas Taylor (drums), and Byrds refugees Al Perkins (pedal steel and guitars) and Christ Hillman (guitars) , rounded out with Joe Lala (percussion) and Paul Harris (keyboards).

There are any number of online reviews which point out that this could have been a mess, but they also describe the work as brilliant. And, it is. Stills was on a roll during this period, both writing songs and performing. He was the heart and soul of any group of musicians he played with until the rock and roll lifestyle caught up with him. But the latter was in the future.

There are any number of highlights. "So Begins the Task" has been described by David Crosby as his favorte Stills song. "It Doesn''t Matter", "Johnny''s Garden", "Bound To Fall" and "What To Do" are all sterling. The musicianship is superb, especially Al Perkins on pedal steel, perhaps the only stringed guitar that Stills doesn''t (?) play. By the end of 1973, Manassas had disbanded after two studio albums and two tours. CSN&Y reunited and are probably on their thousandth reunion by now, and the rest, well they all went on to other ventures, albeit forgotten ones by now. I guess the same could be said about Manassas, the band and the body of work.
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Stuart Welwood
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Don''t bother - I''m throwing this one out
Reviewed in the United States on January 16, 2021
I''m not a big fan, but I like some of his stuff. This is some of the worst music I have ever heard. I suppose that you might like it if you''re looking for some down-and-out stuff to get drunk by, alone. Terrible recording and totally lacking in production values.
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Steven HaaralaTop Contributor: David Bowie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Blues + Country + Folk + Rock = Stills
Reviewed in the United States on October 11, 2020
Stephen Stills took the opportunities presented by rock stardom seriously. He was just bursting with musical ideas for "Manassas" in 1972, and he transformed them into reality very well, aided by some top musicians like Chris Hillman and Dallas Taylor. The result was a... See more
Stephen Stills took the opportunities presented by rock stardom seriously. He was just bursting with musical ideas for "Manassas" in 1972, and he transformed them into reality very well, aided by some top musicians like Chris Hillman and Dallas Taylor. The result was a 21-track double LP. Even though now it all fits on one CD, originally there were 4 vinyl sides which corresponded loosely to 4 general categories of music: blues, country, folk (or folk-ish) and country-rock. I stress "loosely", because with musicians as skilled and dedicated as these, those genres criss-cross and blend frequently, and hints of other styles can be heard too. "Move Forward" is an unusual track which barely fits into the folk category, subtly enhanced by light instrumental effects. It has lyrics that are unusual too - introspective, abstract, intellectual and philosophical. As a whole, the album amounts to 72 minutes of delight, with only 2 tracks that are too "country" for my taste, "Fallen Eagle" and "Don''t Look At My Shadow", although in the latter, Stills does relate some fond and amusing memories of our home state: "Purple Peacock Honky-Tonk/Eunice, Louisiana/Bourbon whiskey free, son/Just tune up the piano/Workin'' clubs in New Orleans/Bringin'' down a dollar/College boys drink beer/And throw the bottles." Another very important factor is that for the most part, the tracks are not cluttered by over-production or smothered by choirs or dense harmonies. Most are loaded with guitars and little else. Although some tracks do feature harmonies like those CSN and CSN&Y were known for, on many tracks Stills is free to use his versatile voice on solos. I like the sound of his voice, so this is important to me. Layered harmonies are beautiful, but not every song needs them. Solo vocals offer a more intimate experience.

To enjoy some lazy blues with slippin'' & slidin'' guitar licks, sit back and listen to "Jet Set", in which we are warned, "Tryin'' to be cool/You just be the fool" . On the other hand, "It Doesn''t Matter", a song about resignation to lost love, shows folk influence rather than blues. The best of the country ballads is "Colorado", in which a man living alone is waiting for "...a woman who wants to be near/Me and my mountains, we''ll be right here." Stills and Rolling Stone Bill Wyman infuse the bluesy rocker "The Love Gangster" with a little psychedelicized funk. "The Treasure" is an 8-minute fugue which takes you on a musical journey that begins with a mid-tempo country-rock song in which Stills'' solo vocal lines and some layered harmonies alternate with more of that psychedelicized funk guitar. Midway through the track, the tempo gets faster, and overlapping classic rock guitar solos take over, finally coming to a full stop, no fadeout.

The album''s closer is "Blues Man", a slow, somber acoustic number which Stills wrote as a tribute to Jimi Hendrix, Al Wilson and Duane Allman. In the last two verses, we have a vivid snapshot of a blues man''s lifestyle: "Played it mad/Played it sad/Blues is pain/The way men cry/Like tired rain./Blues is mean/The real thing/Three good men/I knew well/Never see again."
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