EVERYTHING CSNY > Songs > Contributions

Chronological list of CSN-contributions on soundtracks, festivals and official records by other artists or groups (including covers of songs)

Composed by Hans van Netburg (with the help of Leeshore-list members)

Edition 2013

1962
TRAVIS EDMONSON – Travis on cue
“Cross the plains” (possibly written by D. Crosby)

1964

THE ROLLING STONES – The Rolling Stones
”Little by little” (not credited vocal, samba and tambourine by G. Nash)
”Now I’ve got the witness’’ (not credited vocal, samba and tambourine by G. Nash)
”Can I get a witness” (not credited vocal, samba and tambourine by G. Nash)
1965

GLI APOSTOLI – “Robinson” (You know he did) (single a-side)
(co-written by G. Nash)

JACKIE DE SHANNON –  ”Splender in the grass” (singele b-side)
(vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)
Also demo-version released on cd ‘Byrd parts 1’ (1998)

1966
AFTER THE FOX (soundtrack)
The Hollies – “After the fox” (vocal by G. Nash)
Also released on cd (1998)

I CRAZY BOYS – “Si credile” (You know he did) (single a-side)
(co-written by G. Nash)

EPISODE SIX  - “Put yourself in my place” (co-written by G. Nash)
THE EVERLY BROTHERS – Two yanks in England

(vocal by G. Nash)

“Have you ever loved somebody” (co-written by  G. Nash)

“Like every time before” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Fifi the flea” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Hard hard year” (co-written by G. Nash)

“I’ve been wrong before” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Don’t run and hide” (co-written by G. Nash)

“So lonely” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Somebody help me” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Signs that will never change” (co-written by G. Nash)
Also released on cd (2005)

DANNY HUTTON – “Dreaming isn’t good for you” (single b-side)
(vocal by S. Stills)
Also released on lp ‘Pre-dog night’ (1970)

MERI MARABINI – “E proprio inutile” (You know he did) (single a-side)
(co-written by G. Nash)

MIRAGE – “Go away” (co-produced and co-written by G. Nash)

THE SEARCHERS – Four by four (EP)

“Have you ever loved somebody” (co-written by G. Nash)
THE SOULFUL STRINGS – Paint it black
“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

THE VENTURES – Go with The Ventures!

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

1967
ART – Supernatural fairy tales

“What’s that sound (For what it’s worth) (written by S. Stills, credited as Mills)

THE ASTROLOGY ALBUM

“Leo” (voice by D. Crosby)

THE BEATLES – Magical mystery tour

“All you need is love” (part of vocal chorus by G. Nash)

THE BUCKINGHAMS – Kind of a drag
“I’ve been wrong (before)” (co-writen by G. Nash)

CHOCOLATE WATCH BAND – No way out
”Hot dusty road”  (vocal by S. Stills)


KING CURTIS
– King size soul

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)
THE JIMMY HENDRIX EXPERIENCE – Axis: bold as love

“If 6 was 9″ (foot-stomping by G. Nash)

“You got me floatin’ (vocal by G. Nash)

 

*INDEX – Black album
“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

KEITH – Ain’t gonna lie
“Tell me to my face” (co-written by G. Nash)

MAJIC SHIP – Majic ship

“Down by the river/For what it’s worth” (written by N. Young/S. Stills)
Also released on cd ‘Complete authorized recordings’ (1997)

MARMALADE – “I see the rain” (co-produced by G. Nash)
THE MOJO MEN – “Sit down I think I love you” (written by S. Stills)

Also released on the cd ‘Sit down…it’s the Mojo Men’ (1995)

THE MUSTANG – “Why” (single a-side) (co-written by D. Crosby)

RITA PAVONE – Ci vuolo poco
“Stop stop stop” (co-written by G. Nash)

THE RAINY DAZE – That Acapulco gold
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)
THE STAPLE SINGERS – “For what it’s worth” (single a-side)

(written by S. Stills)
Also released on cd ‘Freedom highway’ (1991)

 

LUCIA VALERI – “Cosa mai sarebbe il mondo” (All the world is love) (single b-side)
(co-written by G. Nash)

JOHN WALKER
– “Annabella” (single a-side) (co-written by G. Nash)
Also released as a bonus track on cd ‘If you go away’ (2004)


JOHN WALKER
– If you go away

“Good day” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Reaching for the sun” (co-written by G. Nash)
Also released on cd (2004)

 

GLENN YARBROUGH – For Emily, whenever I may find her

“Everybody’s wrong” (written by S. Stills)

 

1968


JOAN BAEZ
– Any day now

(guitar by S. Stills)
BAND OF JOY – “for what it’s worth” (demo)
Also released on cd ‘Sixty-six to Timbuktu’ – Robert Plant (2003)

KENNY BURRELL – Blues: the common ground
”Everydays” (written by S. Stills)

JUDY COLLINS – Who knows where the time goes

“Hello hooray” (guitar by S. Stills)

“My father” (guitar by S. Stills)
“Someday soon” (bass by S. Stills)

“Who knows where the time goes?” (guitar by S. Stills)

“Poor immigrant” (bass by S. Stills)

“First boy I loved” (guitar by S. Stills)

“Pretty Polly” (guitar by S. Stills)

GROWING CONCERN – Growing concern

“Sit down I think I love you” (written by S. Stills)

THE HUMAN INSTINCT – “Renaissance fair” (single a-side) (co-written by D. Crosby)
Also released on cd: ‘The singles: 1966-1971’ (2000)
JEFFERSON AIRPLANE – Crown of creation

“Triad” (written and guitar by D. Crosby)
LEE KINGS – “Coming from the ground” (co-written and co-produced by G. Nash)

 

LE MACCHIE D’INCHIOSTRO – “Viva la fiera” (Jennifer Eccles) (single b-side)
(co-written by G. Nash)

MAMA CASS (Cass Elliot) – Dream a little dream

(guitar and vocal by S. Stills)

“Burn your hatred” (written by G. Nash)
STEVE MARCUS – Tomorrow never knows

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)
MCGOUGH & MCGEAR – McGough & McGear

“Ex-art student” (vocal by G. Nash)
JONI MITCHELL – Joni Mitchell (a.k.a. Songs to a seagull)

(produced by D. Crosby)

“Night in the city” (bass by S. Stills)
THE MONKEES – The birds, the bees and the monkees

“Lady’s baby” (alternate bonus take on cd in 1994) (guitar by S. Stills)
THE MONKEES – Head (soundtrack)

“Long title: do I have to do this all over again” (not credited guitar by S. Stills)
PICCADILLY LINE – “Yellow ribbon” (written by G. Nash)

LOU RAWLS – Feelin’ good
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)
SCAFFOLD – “Lily the pink” (vocal by G. Nash)

SOUTHWEST F.O.B. – Smell of incense
“Rock ‘n’ roll woman” (written by S. Stills)
THE SUBJECT WAS ROSES (soundtrack)
“Who knows where the time goes?”  (alternate take) (guitar by S. Stills)
Also released on cd ‘Colors of the day: the best of Judy Collins’ (1972)


THINGS TO COME – “Hello” / “Good day” (demo-single produced by D. Crosby)

THE UNIQUES – “Watch this sound” (For what it’s worth) (single a-side)
written by S. Stills)
Also released on cd ‘The best of The Uniques 1967-1969’ – Slim Smith & The Uniques (1994)

MIKE VICKERS – I wish I were a group again
”On a carousel” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

1969
CHER – 3614 Jackson Highway

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)
LEONARD COHEN – Songs from a room
”Like a bird” (earlier version of “Bird on a wire”) (produced by D. Crosby)
”Nothing to one” (earlier version of “You know who I am”) (produced and vocal by D. Crosby)
(bonus tracks on remastered cd 2007)

DONOVAN – Barabajagal

“Happiness runs” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

EARLY L.A. (vol. 4)

“Willie Gene” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Come back baby” (vocal by D. Crosby)

The Jet Set – “The only girl I adore” (vocal by D. Crosby)
The Jet Set – “Your movin’” (vocal by D. Crosby)
These songs are also released on cd ‘Byrd Parts 1’ (1998)
THE EXECUTIVES – Now

“Sit down I think I love you” (written by S. Stills)
FLOATING BRIDGE – Floating bridge
”Eight miles high” (part of a medley, co-written by D. Crosby)

THE FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS – The gilded palace of sin

“Do right woman” (not credited vocal by D. Crosby)


THE FOOL
– The fool

(produced by G. Nash)
cd ‘The fool…plus’(1998) contains bonus tracks


STAN GETZ - Marrakesh express
“Marrakesh express” (written by G. Nash)

GOLDEN EARRING – Eight miles high
“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

THE GOOZOO BAND – Sounds that are happening!
“Stop stop stop” (co-written by G. Nash)

RICHIE HAVENS – Richard P. Havens, 1983

“Just above my hobby horse’s head” (bass by S. Stills)
THE JAMES GANG – Yer’ album

“Bluebird” (written by S. Stills)

 

JEFFERSON AIRPLANE – Volunteers

“Turn my life down” (organ by S. Stills, music sailboot by D. Crosby)
“Wooden ships” (co-written by Crosby & Stills)
“Wooden ships” (previous unreleased take) (co-written by Crosby & Stills) as a bonus track on cd (2004)

LIGHTHOUSE - Lighthouse

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)
THE LITTER – Emerge

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

LITTLE JOHN - Little John

“Lady friend” (written by D. Crosby)
NO ONE’S GONNA CHANGE OUR WORLD

The Hollies – “Wings” (co-written by G. Nash)
THE SPOTNICKS – Back in the race
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

TEN YEARS AFTER – Sssh

(photography by G. Nash)
YES – Yes

“I see you” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

1970
 BROOKLYN BRIDGE – The Brooklyn Bridge
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

THE BYRDS – untitled

“Eight miles high” (16 minutes live version) (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

ERIC CLAPTON – Eric Clapton

“Let it rain” (guitar and vocal by S. Stills)

“Easy now” (vocal by S. Stills)

FRESH AIR – A breath of fresh air
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

LOIS GRIFFITH – “Just for this one moment” (co-written by S. Stills)

IMPERIALS – Time to get it together
“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)
FRED NEIL – Other side of this life
”Come back baby” (guitar by S. Stills)
”Ba-de-da” (guitar by S. Stills)
”Prettiest train” (guitar by S. Stills)
”Ya don’t miss the water (guitar by S. Stills)

“Felicity” (guitar by S. Stills)
Also released on cd ‘The sky is falling: the complete live recordings 1965-1971’ (2006)

PAUL KANTNER & JEFFERSON STARSHIP – Blows against the empire

(b-side mixed by G. Nash)

“A child is coming” (co-written and guitar by D. Crosby)

“Have you seen the stars tonite” (co-written, guitar and vocal by D. Crosby)

“Home” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Hijack” (congas by G. Nash)

“Starship” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)
Also released on expended cd (2005)

 

TIMOTHY LEARY – You can be anyone this time around

“Live and let live” (guitar by S. Stills)

 

ENOCH LIGHT AND THE LIGHT BRIGADE – Permissive polyphonics

“Marrakesh express” (written by G. Nash)

MIRIAM MAKEBA – Keep in mind
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

TONY MIMMS & I PYRANAS – Tony Mimms
“Suite: Judy blue eyes” (written by S. Stills)
“Lady of the island” (written by G. Nash)
“Marrakesh express” (written by G. Nash)

JONI MITCHELL – Ladies of the canyon

“The circle game” (vocals possibly by CSN&Y credited as the Lookout Mountain United Downstairs Choir)


PEOPLE
– There are people and there are people

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)


THE ROAD
– The road

“Rock & roll woman” (written by S. Stills)
JOHN SEBASTIAN – John B. Sebastian

“She’s a lady” (also released as an a-side single in 1968) (guitars by Crosby & Stills)

“What she thinks about” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Baby don’t ya get crazy” (guitar by S. Stills)
THE STRAWBERRY STATEMENT (soundtrack)

CSN&Y – “Our house” (written by G. Nash)

CSN – “Long time gone” (written by D. Crosby)

CSN&Y – “Helpless”

SUPERSISTER – Present from Nancy
“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)
THE SUPREMES – New ways but love stays

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
GABOR SZABO – Magical connection

“Pretty girl why” (written by S. Stills)


TEN YEARS AFTER
– Watt

(photography by G. Nash)

DORIS TROY – Doris Troy

“Special care” (written, guitar and vocal by S. Stills)

“Gonna get my baby back” (co-written by S. Stills)

“You give me joy joy” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

* PATRICK MOODY WILLIAMS – Carry on
“Carry on” (written by S. Stils)
WOODSTOCK (soundtrack)

CSN – “Suite: Judy blue eyes” (written and guitar by S Stills; live vocals by CSN)

CSN&Y – “Sea of madness” (live vocals and guitars by CSN&Y)

CSN&Y – “Wooden ships” (written and guitars by D. Crosby and S. Stills; live vocals by CSN&Y)
YELLOW HAND – Yellow hand

“Neighbor don’t you worry” (written by S. Stills)

“We ‘ll see” (written by S. Stills)

“Come on (here)” (written by S. Stills)

“Hello, I’ve returned” (written by S. Stills)
YES – Time and a word

“Everydays” (written by S. Stills)

 

NEIL YOUNG – After the goldrush

(vocal by S. Stills)

 

1971
RITA COOLIDGE – Rita Coolidge

“Second story window” (guitar by S. Stills)

“Crazy love” (guitar by S. Stills; vocal by G. Nash)

 

RITA COOLIDGE – Nice feelin’

“Better days” (written by G. Nash)


THE COUNTRY GENTLEMEN
– Sound off

“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

 

MIKE CURB CONGREGATION - Sing their hits from the Glen Campbell show

“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

ARWYN DAVIDSON – “Simple man” (single a-side) (writen by G. Nash)

DAWN featuring TONY ORLANDO – Dawn featuring Tony Orlando

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
Also released on cd ‘Tuneweaving’ (1973)

DELANEY & BONNIE – Motel shot

(not credited vocal and guitar by S. Stills)
BILLY ECKSTINE – Feel the warm

“Love the one you’re with (written by S. Stills)

PERCY FAITH & HIS ORCHESTRA – I think I love you

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
FANNY – Charity ball

“Special care” (written by S. Stills)
CYRUS FARYAR – Cyrus

“Softly through the darkness” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“I think he’s hiding” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Evergreen” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Brother friend” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Ratte’s dream” (vocal by D. Crosby)
ARETHA FRANKLIN – Aretha live at Fillmore West

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
”Love the one you’re with (alternate take on 2cd edition 2006) (written by S. Stills)
BOB GIBSON – Bob Gibson

(vocal by D. Crosby)
ASTRUD GILBERTO with STANLEY TURRENTINE – Astrud Gilberto with Stanley Turrentine

“To a flame” (written by S. Stills)

 

RICHIE HAVENS – The great blind degree

“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

 

HEAVEN & EARTH – Refuge

“To a flame” (written by S. Stills)

 

JIMI HENDRIX – The cry of love

“My friend” (piano by S. Stills)

Also released on cd ‘First rays of the new rising sun’ (1997)

HOMER (soundtrack)
Buffalo Springfield – “Bluebird” (written by S. Stills)
Buffalo Springfield – “For what it’s worth”  (written by S. Stills)
Buffalo Springfield – “Rock ‘n’ roll woman” (written by S. Stills)

HOOKFOOT – Hookfoot

“Bluebird” (written by S. Stills)
THE ISLEY BROTHERS – Givin’ it back

“Love the one your with” (written by S. Stills)
“Nothing to do but today” (written by S. Stills)
NICKY JAMES – Nicky James

“Coming from the ground” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Good day” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

PAUL KANTNER & GRACE SLICK – Sunfighter

“Look at the wood” (vocal and tamborine by D. Crosby, arp by  G. Nash)

“When I was a boy I watched the wolves” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“Diana (part 2)” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 LEO KOTTKE – Mudlark

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)
THE LES HUMPHRIES SINGERS – We are goin’ down to Jordan

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
LIGHTHOUSE – Live!
“Eight miles high” (18 minutes-version) (co-written by D. Crosby)

MELODY (aka S.W.A.K) (soundtrack)

CSN&Y – “Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)
NEIL MERRYWEATHER, JOHN RICHARDSON and BOERS
”City boy” (written by S. Stills)
also released on cd ‘Kryptonyte’ – Merryweather (1990)

JONI MITCHELL – Blue

“Carey” (bass and guitar by S. Stills)
OLIVER – Prisms
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

*ONYX – “Our house” (written by G.Nash) (single a-side)

CHARLES JOHN QUARTO – Charles John Quarto

(produced and photography by G. Nash)


BONNIE RAITT
– Bonnie Raitt

“Bluebird” (written by S. Stills)


HELEN REDDY
– I don’t know how to love him

“Our house” (written by G. Nash)
ROBERT SAVAGE – The adventures of Robert Savage, volume 1

“Don’t run and hide” (co-written by G. Nash)
SEEMON & MARIJKE – Son of America

(co-produced and photography by G. Nash)

“I saw you” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Vegetable stew” (guitar and tambourine by G. Nash)

“Everybody’s dancing” (vocal by G. Nash)

“It’s all there” (co-written, arranged, vocal, marxophone and tambourine by G. Nash)

 

JUDEE SILL – Judee Sill

“Jesus was a crossmaker” (produced by G. Nash)

 

RINGO STARR – “It don’t come easy” (single a-side) (guitar by S. Stills)

Also released on ‘Blast from your past’ (1974) and as a bonus track on cd ‘Ringo’ (1991)

* THE SUPREMES & THE FOUR TOPS – Dynamite
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

THE VOICES OF EAST HARLEM – Right on be free
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

PAUL WILLIAMS – Just an old fashioned love song
“Simple man” (written by G. Nash)

BILL WITHERS – Just as I am

(guitar by S. Stills)

 

WOODSTOCK II

CSN – “Guinnevere” (written by D. Crosby; live vocals by Crosby & Nash)

CSN – “4+20″ (written and guitar by S Stills; live vocal by S. Stills)

CSN -  “Marrakesh Express” (written by G Nash; live vocals by CSN)

 

1972
JACKSON BROWNE – Jackson Browne (Saturate before using)

“Jamaica say you will” (vocal by D. Crosby)
“Doctor my eyes” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)
”Rock me on the water” (vocal by D. Crosby)
”From a silver lake” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

KING CURTIS – Everybody’s talkin’

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

PAUL DAVIS – Paul Davis
“Simple man” (written by G. Nash)

 

THE EVERLY BROTHERS – Stories we could tell

“All I really want to do” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)
”Del Rio Dan” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)
”Ridin’high” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

THE FREE MOVEMENT – I’ve found someone of my own
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

BOBBY GOLDSBORO – California wine

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

GRIN – 1+1

“Hi, hello home” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

MICKEY HART – Rolling thunder

(mixdown by S. Stills)

“The main ten (playing in the band)” (bass by S. Stills)

 

RICHIE HAVENS – On stage
“Teach your children” (live) (written by G. Nash)

HOT TUNA – Burgers

“Highway song” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

HUMBLE PIE – Smokin’

“A road runner: road runner’s “g” jam” (organ by S. Stills)

“Hot ‘n’nasty” (vocal by S. Stills)

 

ENGELBERT HUMPERDINCK – Live and S.R.O. at the Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

SALLY KELLERMAN – Roll with the feelin’

“Sugar babe” (written by S. Stills)

*THE KILLERS – Good bye
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
(also released on cd (2005)
“Love the one you’re with” (alternate bonus track)  (written by S. Stills)

 

CLAUDINE LONGET – Let’s spend the night together

“Sleep song” – (written by G. Nash)

 

DAVE MASON – Headkeeper

“To be free” (vocal by G. Nash)

“A heartache, a shadow, a lifetime (vocal by G. Nash)

 

BARBARA MAURITZ AND LAMB – Music box

“Sit yourself down” (written by S. Stills)

 

SERGIO MENDES AND BRASIL ’66 – Four sider

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

MERRYWEATHER – “City boy” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

JONI MITCHELL – For the roses

“You turn me on I’m a radio” (harmonica by G. Nash)

“Blonde in the bleachers” (guitar, bass and drums by S. Stills)

 

OCEAN – Give tomorrow’s children one more chance

“Helplessly hoping” (written by  S. Stills)

 

POCO – A good feelin’ to know

“Go and say goodbye” (written by S. Stills)

 

RICK ROBERTS – Windmills

“In a dream” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

BOB SEGER – Smokin’ O.P.’S

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

SHERBET – A natural progression

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

STANTON BROTHERS BAND – Stanton brothers band

“Four days gone” (written by S. Stills)

CONNIE STEVENS – “Simple girl” (renamed “ Simple man”) (promo-single) (written by G. Nash)
Also released on cd ‘the ultimate collection’ (2007)

 

ALEX TAYLOR – Dinnertime

“Four days gone” (written by S. Stills)

 

NEIL YOUNG – Harvest

“Are you ready for the country” (vocals by Crosy & Nash)

“Alabama” (vocals by Crosby & Stills)

“Words” (vocals by Stills & Nash)

 

NEIL YOUNG – Journey through the past (soundtrack)

Buffalo Springfield – “For what’s worth” (written and live vocal by S. Stills)

Buffalo Springfield – “Mr. soul” (live vocal by S. Stills)

Buffalo Springfield – “Rock & roll woman” (written and live vocal by S. Stills)

CSN&Y – “Find the cost of freedom” (written and guitar by S. Stills; live vocals by CSN&Y)

CSN&Y – “Ohio (live guitars and vocals by CSN&Y)

“Southern man” (live guitars and vocals by CSN&Y)

“Alabama” (studio rehearsals and conversation) (vocals and voices by Crosby & Stills)

 

1973

 

DAVID BLUE – Nice baby and the angel

(produced, guitar, piano, string arrangement and vocal by G. Nash)

 

JACKSON BROWNE – For everyman

“For everyman” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

THE BYRDS – Byrds

(produced, guitar and vocal by D. Crosby)

“Long live the king” (written by D. Crosby)

“Laughing” (written by D. Crosby)

 

GENE CLARK – Roadmaster

“One in a hundred” (guitar by D. Crosby)

“She’s the kind of girl” (guitar by D. Crosby)

 

JUDY COLLINS – True stories and other dreams

“So begins the task” (written by S. Stills)

 

COUNTRY GAZETTE – Don’t give up your day job

“The fallen eagle” (written by S. Stills)

“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

 

NED DOHENY – Ned Doheny

“On and on” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

*FALSTERBO 3 – Ja no tinc altra sortida
“Ja no tinc altra sortida” (Helplessly hoping) (written by S. Stills)
“No tens perquè plorar” (You don’t have to cry) (written by S. Stills)
“Ensenya als fills” (Teach your children) (written by G. Nash)

HEAVEN & EARTH – Refuge
“To a flame” (written by S. Stills)

IMPERIALS – Live
“Teach your children” (live) (written by G. Nash)

 

THE ISLEY BROTHERS – The Isleys live

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

 

PAUL KANTNER, GRACE SLICK & DAVID FREIBERG – Baron von Tollbooth & the chrome nun

“Ballad of the chrome nun” (vocal by D. Crosby)

LATIMORE
– Latimore
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

DAVE MASON – It’s like you never left

“Baby… please” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Every woman” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Head keeper” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

ROGER MCGUINN – Roger McGuinn

“My new woman” (vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

“Bag full of money” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“The water is wide” (vocal by D. Crosby)
”Jamaica say you will” (bonus track on remastered cd 2004) (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

MARK MURPHY – Mark II

“Triad” (written by D. Crosby)

 

DAN PETERSON – “Dirt poor” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

R.E.O. SPEEDWAGON – Ridin’ the storm out

“Open up” (written by S. Stills)

 

GENYA RAVAN – Genya Ravan

“Sit yourself down” (written by S. Stills)

 

RED, WHITE & BLUE(GRASS) – Red, white & blue(grass)

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

RICK ROBERTS – She is a song

“Four days gone” (written by S. Stills)

I ROMANS – Caro amore mio
“Dove il cielo è blu” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

RUFUS – Rufus

“Lover the one you’re with/Sit yourself down” (medley) (written by S. Stills)

 

SIMON TURNER – Simon Turner

“Sit down I think I love you” (written by S. Stills)
Also on cd ‘Sex appeal’ (2003)

 

NEIL YOUNG – Time fades away

“Yonder stands the sinner” (guitar and vocal by David Crosby)

“Last dance” (guitar by G. Nash and vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

1974

 

MICHAEL D’ABO – Broken rainbows

“Fuel to burn” (harmonica by G. Nash)

“Handbags & gladrags” (harmonica and guitar by G. Nash)

DECAMERON – Mammoth special
“Rock ‘n’ roll woman” (written by S. Stills)
Also on cd (2001)

 

JOY FLEMMING – This is my life
”Black sheep” (written by S. Stills)
Also released as “Rocktown” (Black sheep) on cd ‘Joy Flemming und ihre grossen Erfolge’ (2002)

DAN FOGELBERG – Souvenirs

“Part of the plan” (vocal by G. Nash)

“The long way” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

PAUL HORN – Visions

“Guinnevere” (written by D. Crosby)

“Long time gone” (written by D. Crosby)

“Song with no words (tree with no leaves) (written by D. Crosby)

 

NEIL MERRYWEATHER – Space rangers

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

JONI MITCHELL – Court and spark

“Free man in Paris” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“Down to you” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

VERONIQUE SANSON – Le maudit

(co-mixed by S. Stills)

“On m’attend là-bas” (bass by S. Stills)

 

BRINSLEY SCHWARZ – The new favourites of Brinsley Schwarz

“Now’s the time” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

GRACE SLICK – Manhole

“Theme from the movie ‘manhole’” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

STARDUST (soundtrack)

The Hollies – “Carrie Anne” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

BARBRA STREISAND – Butterfly

“Simple man” (written by G. Nash)

 

*THE VILLAGERS – Homemade
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

NEIL YOUNG – On the beach

“On the beach” (piano by G. Nash)

“Revolution blues” (guitar by D. Crosby)

 

1975

 

THE ARCHERS – Things we deeply feel
“Sit yourself down” (written by S. Stills)

ELVIN BISHOP
– Juke joint jump

“Rollin’ home” (guitar by S. Stills)

CORNELL CAMPBELL – Dance in a Greenwich farm
“Watch this sound” (For what it’s worth) (written by S. Stills)

EL CHINO – The best of everything
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

ART GARFUNKEL – Breakaway

“Break away” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

HOOKFOOT – Headlines

“Bluebird revisited” (written by S. Stills)

 

NED LAGIN – Seastones

(guitar and vocal by D. Crosby)
(expanded version on cd 2001)

 

DAVE MASON – Split coconut

“She’s a friend” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“You can lose it” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“Give me a reason why” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“Two guitar lovers” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

JONI MITCHELL – The hissing of summer lawns

“In France they kiss on mainstreet (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

THE RANKIN FAMILY – The Rankin family

“Four days gone” (written by S. Stills)

 

JAMES TAYLOR – Gorilla

“Mexico” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“Lighthouse” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

THREE DEGREES – So much love

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

SUSAN WEBB – Bye bye pretty baby

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

NEIL YOUNG – Zuma

“Through my sails” (vocals by CSN&Y; bass by S. Stills)

 

1976

 

BEE GEES – Children of the world

“You should be dancing” (additional percussion by S. Stills)

 

JACKSON BROWNE – The pretender

“The pretender” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

JOE COCKER – Live in L.A.

“Love the one you’re with (written by S. Stills)
EUMIR DEODATO AND BEST OF FRIENDS – Daybreak
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

FIREFALL – Firefall

“It doesn’t matter” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

CHRIS HILLMAN – Slippin’ away

(co-management and co-direction by S. Stills)

“Witching hour” (written by S. Stills)

 

WAYLON JENNINGS – Are you ready for the country

“MacArthur Park (revisited)” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

ELTON JOHN – Blue moves

“Cage the songbird” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“The wide-eyed and laughing” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

CAROLE KING – Thoroughbred

“High out of time” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“I’d like to know you better” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

THE METERS – Trick bag
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
previously unreleased bonustrack on cd (2001)

 

BILL PURSELL AND THE NASHVILLE SWEAT BAND AND AIDES
“Peter Piper pumped his pecks” (written by G. Nash)

TERRY REID – Seed of memory

(produced and vocal by G. Nash)

 

JOHN DAVID SOUTHER – Black rose

“Banging my head against the moon” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Baby come home” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

JAMES TAYLOR – In the pocket

“Nothing like a hundred miles” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“Don’t be sad ’cause your sun is down” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

1977

 

GOLDEN EARRING – Live

“Eight miles high” (live electric version) (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

STEVE HUNTER – Swept away

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

LONNIE MACK – Lonnie Mack and pismo

“Adobe man” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Country” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Drift away again” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

DAVE MASON – Let if flow

“Seasons” (vocal by S. Stills)
SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER (soundtrack)
Bee gees – “You should be dancing” (additional percussion by S. Stills)

THE SECTION – Fork it over

“Magnetic lady” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

NEIL YOUNG – Decade

“Down to the wire” (guitar and vocal by S. Stills)

(outtake from the unreleased Buffalo Springfield album ‘Stampede’)

“Long may you run” (alternate take with vocals by Croby & Nash)

 

1978

 

THE BOYS – Alternative chartbusters

“Stop! Stop! Stop!” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

DAN FOGELBERG & TIM WEISBERG – Twin sons of different mothers

“Tell me to my face” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

THE PAUL GARCIA BAND / JANINE CAMEO – Unbelievable

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

ART GARFUNKEL – Watermark

“Shine it on me” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Mr. Shuck ‘n’ jive” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“She moves through the fair” (vocal by D. Crosby)


MANDRÉ
– Two
“Fair game” (written by S. Stills)

 

 

DAVE MASON – Mariposa de oro

“Warm and tender love” (vocal by S. Stills)

“Share your love” (vocal by S. Stills)

“No doubt about it” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

THE POINTER SISTERS – Energy

“As I come of age” (written by S. Stills)

1979

 

HOYT AXTON – A rusty old halo

“Wild bull rider” (guitar by S. Stills)

 

CHICAGO – “Closer to you” (single b-side co-written and guitar by S. Stills)

also released on boxset ‘Group portrait’, 1991 and as a bonus track on remastered cd ‘Chicago 13’ (2003)

 

MILES DAVIS – Circle in the round

“Guinnevere” (18 minutes version recorded in 1970) (written by D. Crosby)

 

THE FLAMIN’ GROOVIES – Jumpin’ in the night

“Lady friend” (written by D. Crosby)

 

STEVE GILLETTE – A little warmth

(produced and vocal by G. Nash)
“You’ll never be the same” (written by G. Nash)
Also released on cd with bonustracks (2002)

 

HAVANA JAM

“Cuba al fin” (co-written, live vocal and guitar by S. Stills)

 

NO NUKES (soundtrack)

(co-produced by G. Nash)

James Taylor, Carly Simon and Graham Nash – “The times they are a-changin’” (live vocal by G. Nash)

Jackson Browne and Graham Nash – “The crow on the cradle” (live vocal by G. Nash)

Graham Nash – “Cathedral” (written by G. Nash)

CSN – “You don’t have to cry” (written by S. Stills; live vocals by CSN)

CSN – “Long time gone” (written by D Crosby; live vocals by CSN)

CSN – “Teach your children” (written by G. Nash; live vocals by CSN)

Jesse Colin Young – “Get together” (part of live vocal chorus by G. Nash)

The Doobie Brothers – “Takin’ it to the streets” (part of live vocal chorus by G. Nash)

The Doobie Brothers – “Power” (part of live vocal chorus by G. Nash)

 

RICK ROBERTS – Best of

“It doesn’t matter” (alternate version) (co-written by S. Stills)

 

SALLY ROGERS – Unclaimed pint
(vocal by D. Crosby)
Also released on cd (1986)
WAYNE STEWART & FRIENDS – Wayne Stewart & friends
“Change partners” (written by S. Stills)
”Don’t look at my shadow” (written by S. Stills)

 

JAMES TAYLOR – Flag

“Company man” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

TELLULIVE : 1979 TELLURIDE BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL

Wayne Stewart, Steve Weisberg, Alan Munde, Courtney Johnson, John Cowan & Sam Bush – “Johnny’s garden”

(written by S. Stills)
GARY WRIGHT – Headin’ home

“Love’s awake inside” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

1980

 

THE BREAD AND ROSES FESTIVAL OF MUSIC

Graham Nash & Joel Bernstein – “Just a song before I go” (written, piano and live vocal by G. Nash)

Graham Nash – “Military madness” (written, guitar, harmonica and live vocal by G. Nash)

David Crosby, Graham Nash & Joel Bernstein – “Power” (live vocals and guitars by Crosby & Nash; piano by G. Nash)

David Crosby – “The lee shore” (live vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

“This land is your land” (part of live vocal chorus by Crosby & Nash)

 

LEAH KUNKEL – I run with trouble

“Let’s begin” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Never gonna lose my dream of love again” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

ROXY MUSIC – Flesh + blood

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)


JOE VITALE
– Plantation harbor

“I’m flyin’” (vocals by Stills & Nash)

“Lady on the rock” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

1981

 

BOSSE “BLOMMANN” BLOMBERGH – Blomman’s epistlar

“När det tar slut” (Down the road) (written by S. Stills)

 

THE MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP – MSG

“Never trust a stranger” (vocal by S. Stills)

 

LARS SJÖSTEN – Bells, bleus and brotherhood
”Triad” (written by D. Crosby)

RINGO STARR – Stop and smell the roses

“You’ve got a nice way” (co-written by S. Stills)

“Red and black blues” (bonustrack on cd in 1994)

“Wake up” (bonustrack on cd in 1994)

(these songs produced, vocal and guitar by S. Stills)

 

1982

 

CECILIO & KAPONO – C&K together live

“Suite: Judy blue eyes” (written by S. Stills)

 

JOE COCKER – Space captain; live in concert
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

FAST TIMES AT RIDGEMONT HIGH (soundtrack)

G. Nash – “Love is the reason” (written by G. Nash)

 

FIREFALL – Break of dawn

(vocal, piano and guitar by S. Stills)

 

GEORGE HAMILTON IV – Songs for a winter’s night

“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

BERNARD SWELL – Priez pour moi
”Se acabo” (guitar by S. Stills)

“Étrangé” (guitar by S. Stills)

 

TIGHT FIT – Tight fit

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

HOLLY BETH VINCENT – Holly & the Italians
“For what it’s worth” ( written by S. Stills)

“For what it’s worth” (extended remix on 2002 cd-version) (written by S. Stills)

 

JIMMY WEBB – Angel heart

“Scissors cut” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Our movie” (vocal by G. Nash)

WAREN ZEVON – The envoy

“Looking for the next best thing” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

1983

 

J.D. CROWE & THE NEW SOUTH – Straight ahead

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

DONOVAN – Lady of the stars

“Lady of the stars” (vocal by G. Nash)

“I love you baby” (vocal by G. Nash)

(also released on  cd  ‘Sunshine troubadour’ 1996)

 

THE HOLLIES – What goes around…

(co-produced and vocal by G. Nash)

Also released on cd with bonustrack (2002)

PARTY!
Lasse Lindbom, Marie Fredriksson and Per Gessle – “Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

DEV SINGH – Listen
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

THE WAYSIDE – Play, dreams and imitation

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

1984

 

ROBERT FOREMAN – Cat juggling

“Miracle” (vocal and guitar by S. Stills)

 

PHILLIP FRAZER & TRISTAN PALMA – The big showdown
“Watch this sound” (For what it’s worth) (written by S. Stills)

HUSKER DU – “Eight miles high” (A-side on EP) (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

1985

 

JAMES TAYLOR – That’s why I’m here

“Mona” (vocal by G. Nash)

“The man who shot Liberty Valence” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

TEXAS WORLD REUNION – “Here is my love, pass it along” (single a-side, live guitar and  vocal by S. Stills)

 

THE THOUGHT – The tought

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

1986

 

AMERICAN ANTHEM (soundtrack)

“Wings to fly” (performed by G. Nash)

 

BUCKS FIZZ – The writing on the wall

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

1987

 

EUGENE CHADBOURNE – Kill Eugene

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

 

DAN FOGELBERG – Exiles

“It doesn’t matter” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

MARC JORDAN – Talking through pictures

(vocal by G. Nash)

 

LAUREAT – “Orleans” (written by D. Crosby)

 

1988

 

1969 (soundtrack)

CSN – “Wooden ships” (co-written by Croby & Stills)

 

THE MONKEES – Missing links

“Lady’s baby” (guitar by S. Stills)

 

RADIO FLYER – Radio flyer

“Wasted on the way” (written by G. Nash)

 

KENNY RANKIN – Hiding in myself

“Down the road” (vocal by D. Crosby)

GINO SOCCIO – “Love the one you’re with” (single EP) (written by  S. Stills)

 

*STS – Gegenlicht
“Hilflose Hoffnung” (Helplessly hoping) (written by S. Stills)

 

THREE – To the power of three

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

1989

 

ALICE – Il sole nella piogia

“Orleans” (written by D. Crosby)
BOILED IN LEAD – From the ladle to the grave
“Stop, stop, stop” (co-written by G. Nash)

JACKSON BROWNE – World in motion

“The word justice” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

PHILL COLLINS – … But seriously

“Another day in paradise” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“That’s just the way it is” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

CROWDED HOUSE – I feel possessed (live EP)

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

IAN CUSSICK – Treasure island

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

JODY’S SINGERS – Listen to the voices

“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

 

 

MICHAEL ON FIRE – Pre-dawn chronicles
(co-produced by S. Stills)

BONNIE RAIT – Nick of time

“Cry on my shoulder” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

SHOCKABILLY – Ghost of Shockabilly

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)


TIME BETWEEN ; A TRIBUTE TO THE BYRDS

The moffs – “Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

The mock turtles – “Time between/Why” (co-written by D. Crosby)

Static – “It happens each day” (written by D. Crosby)

Thin white rope – “Everybody has been burned” (written by D. Crosby)

The chills – “Draft morning” (co-written by D. Crosby)

Icicle works – “Triad” (written by D. Crosby)

Nigel and the crosses – “Wild mountain thyme” (co-arranged by D. Crosby)

Static – “Lady friend” (written by D. Crosby)

The primevals – “Tribal gathering” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

TUFTS BEELZEBUBS – Fourteen

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

THE WONDER YEARS;  Music from the Emmy Award-winning show & its era (soundtrack)

Buffalo Springfield – “For what it’s worth” (written, vocal and guitar by S. Stills)

CSN&Y – “Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

 

1990

 

JOANIE BARTELS – Lullaby magic 2

“Sleep song” (written by G. Nash)

THE BYRDS – The Byrds (box set – disc 4)

Roy Orbison tribute

“Turn! Turn! Turn!” (live vocal by D. Crosby)

“Mr. tambourine man” (live vocal by D. Crosby)

The Nashville session

(co-produced by D. Crosby)

“He was a friend of mine” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Paths of victory” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“From a distance” (guitar and vocal by D. Crosby)

“Love that never dies” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

CAIFANES – Caifanes

(harmonica by G. Nash)

 

CANDYSKINS – Space I’m in

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

HARRY CHAPIN TRIBUTE

“Sandy” (vocal and harmonica by G. Nash)

MICHAEL DEGREVE – Gypsy’s lament
(vocal by G. Nash)

 

BOB DYLAN – Under the red sky

“2 x 2″ (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Born in time” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

DAN FOGELBERG – The wild places

“Song of the sea” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

 

RICHIE HAVENS – Live at the cellar door

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

MICHAEL HEDGES – Taproot

“I carry your heart” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

HENRY KAPONO – Song for someone
“4 + 20” (written by S. Stills)

ESTHER PHILLIPS – From a whisper to a scream
“Don’t run and hide” (co-written by G. Nash)
Bonustrack on cd (1990)

ROBERT PLANT – Manic nirvana

“Tie dye on the highway” (sample of S. Stills voice at Woodstock ’69)

 

RAGE TO LIVE – Blame the victims

“Suite: Judy blue eyes” (written by S. Stills)

RAY DEE OHH – Too

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

HORST-PETER SCHMIDT – Back to the roots

“Eight miles high” (co-writen by D. Crosby)

 

SHOCKABILLY – Live “…just beautiful”
“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

TERRELL – On the wings of dirty angels

“Bitter” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

1991

 

AMERICAN RED CROSS GULF FUND - “Voices that care” (single a-side)

(part of vocal chorus by S. Stills)

 

PATTI AUSTIN – Carry on

“Carry on” (written by S. Stills)

 

BUCKS FIZZ – Live at the Fairland Hall

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

CANDY SKINS – Space I’m in

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

Also released on cd  “Legally blond 2” (soundtrack) in 2003

 

CHANTOOZIES – “Love the one you’re with”

(cd-single with three versions: 12” mix / dj bonus beats / acappella) (written by S. Stills)

 

DEVONSQUARE – Bye, bye route 66

“Straightaway” (guitar by S. Stills)

 

MICKY DOLENZ – Micky Dolenz puts you to sleep

“Lullaby to Tim” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

ROBYN HITCHCOCK & THE EGYPTIONS – “Eight miles high” (cd-single b-side) (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

LOVE: JOHN LENNON FOREVER

“Come together” (vocal and guitar by S. Stills)

 

MAKAHA SONS OF NI’IHAU -  Makaha Bash 3: live at the Shell

“Wasted on the way” (written by G. Nash)

ROGER MCGUINN – Back from Rio

“Suddenly blue” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Without your love” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Back from Rio interlude” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

MODERN FOLK QUARTET – Wolfgang

“Marianne” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

TERRY REID – The driver

(not credited vocal by G. Nash)

 

STEWART/GASKIN – Spin

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

THIN WHITE ROPE – Squatter’s rights (EP)

“Everybody’s been burned” (written by D. Crosby)

VOICES THAT CARE

“Voices that care / Messages of care” (cd-single) (vocal by S. Stills)

WHITE KNUCKLE SCORIN’: NINTENDO
CSN – ”How have you been?”

 

1992

 

BARCELONA GOLD

Marc Cohn – “Old soldier” (not credited vocals by Crosby & Nash, harmonica by G. Nash)

 

RICHARD DWORSKY – Back to the garden

“Guinnevere” (written by D. Crosby)

 

GOLDEN EARRING – The naked truth

“Eight miles high” (live acoustic version) (co-written by D. Crosby)

HAPA – Hapa

“kaopuiki aloha” (guitar by S. Stills)

 

ICICLE WORKS, THE – Best kept secret (2nd disc of 2cd “Best of The Icicle Works)
”Triad” (written by D. Crosby) /  “Chestnut mare”

 

INDIGO GIRLS – Rites of passage

“Galileo” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“Let it be me” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

FLACO JIMENEZ – Partners

“Change partners” (written, recut, vocal and guitar by S. Stills)

 

THOMAS JEFFERSON KAYE – Not alone

“Livin’ on rock & roll” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

MONTEREY INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL (JUNE 16. 17. 18. 1967) (boxset)

The Byrds – “Renaissance fair” (co-written, live vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

The Byrds – “Have you seen her face” (live vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

The Byrds – “Hey Joe (where you gonna go)” (live vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

The Byrds – “He was a friend of mine” (live vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

The Byrds – “Lady friend” (written, live vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

The Byrds – “Chimes of freedom” (live vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

The Byrds – “So you want to be a rock ‘n’ roll star” (live vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

 

THE METERS – Uptown rulers! (live on the Queen Mary)

“Love the one you’re with” (part of a medley) (written by S. Stills)

 

MY COUSIN VINNY (soundtrack)
Jess Harnell – “Don’t look at my shadow” (written by S. Stills)

 

SEBADOH – Sebodah vs Helmet

“(Everybody ‘s been) burned” (written by D. Crosby)

JOHN WILLIAMS & THE BOSTON POPS ORCHESTRA – The green album
“Wind on the water” (written by G. Nash)

 

1993
THE BADLOVES – Green limousine (EP)
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

JACKSON BROWNE – I’m alive

“All good things” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

CAFFEE CLUB – Into you

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

MARC COHN – The rainy season

“From the station” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“She’s becoming gold” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

CAYUGA’S WAITERS – Nikos café

“Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

PHIL COLLINS – “Both sides of the demo” (single b-side with additional lyrics by D. Crosby)

 

EUGENIO FINARDI – Acoustica
“4 + 20” (written by S. Stills)

LORIN GREAN – The call: contemporary folk harp & song

“Wind on the water” (written by Crosby & Nash)

 

THE HOLLIES – Hollies sing Dylan

Bonus tracks on cd-version

“Blowin’ in the wind” (vocal by G. Nash)

“The times they are a changin’” (live vocal by G. Nash)

 

WILLIE NELSON – Across the borderline

“If I were the man you wanted” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

OUI 3 – “For what it’s worth” (different mixes on cd-single)

(written by S. Stills)

 

SYNDICATE OF SOUL – Who’s snakin’ who?

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

TEN SHARP – “Delta” (cd-single) (written by D. Crosby)

 

JIMMY WEBB – Suspending disbelief

“Too young to die” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

HENK WIJNGAARD – De Henk Wijngaard show 1 en 2

“Teach your children (well)” (written by G. Nash)

 

1994

 

ANIMAL BAG – Offering (EP)

“Wooden ships” (co-written by Crosby & Stills)

 

CAIFANES – El nervio del volcan

“Pero nunca mecai” (harmonica by G. Nash)

 

PHIL COLLINS – “Hero” (demo) (single b-side co-written and vocal by D. Crosby)

 

FORREST GUMP (soundtrack)

Buffalo Springfield – “For what it’s worth” (written, guitar and vocal by S. Stills)

 

GALLIANO – The plot thickens

“Long time gone” (written by D. Crosby)


GALLIANO
– A thicker plot; remixes 93-94

“Long time gone” (machine remix) (written by D. Crosby)

“Long time gone” (palm skin productions mix) (written by D. Crosby)

 

GRAMMY’S GREATEST MOMENTS - Volume I

Phill Collins and David Crosby – “Another day in paradise” (live vocal by D. Crosby)

 

HANG UPS – Comin’ through (EP)

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

HOOTIE & THE BLOWFISH – Cracked rear view

“Hold my hand” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

IPSO FACTO – Get ready (EP)

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

CAROLE KING – In concert

“You’ve got a friend” (live vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

NICOLETTE LARSON – Sleep, baby, sleep; quiet songs for quiet times

“Appalachian lullaby” (vocal by D. Crosby)

“The moment I say you” (written and vocal by G. Nash)

 

KENNY LOGGINS – Return to Pooh Corner

“All the pretty little ponies” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

LOVE T.K.O. – Head turner

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

JONI MITCHELL – Turbulent indigo

“Yvette in english” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

MORNING WOOD – Morning wood

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

THE MUPPET BABIES – Take 2

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

MY GIRL 2 (soundtrack)

CSN& Y – “Our house” (written by G. Nash)

 

THE NEVILLE BROTHERS – Live on planet earth

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

STEVIE NICKS – Street angel

“Street angel” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

BONNIE RAITT – Longing in their hearts

“Circle dance” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

 

 

RED, HOT + COUNTRY

Suzy Boguss, Alison Krauss & Kathy Mattea with CSN – “Teach your children” (alternate version written and  vocal by G. Nash; background vocals by CSN?)

 

JACK TEMPCHIN AND THE SECLUSION – After the rain

(vocal by D. Crosby)

 

TEN SHARP – “Cold rain” (cd-single) (written by  G. Nash)

 

SHADOWS OF KNIGHT – Follow/alone/shake

“Bluebird” (written by S. Stills)

 

LUTHER VANDROSS – Songs

“Love the one your with” (long gospel version) (written by S. Stills)

 

WOODSTOCK: 25TH ANNIVERSARY BOX SET (disc 4)

CSN – “Find the cost of freedom” (written by S. Stills; live vocals by CSN)

(+ five other remastered live songs previous released on Woodstock and Woodstock II)

 

WOODSTOCK ’94 BOX SET

CSN – “Déjà vu” (written by D Crosby; live vocals by CSN)

 

WOODSTOCK DIARY

“Blackbird” (live vocals by CSN)

 

1995

 

AMERICA SMITH – Dance with your ghost

“Bluebird” (written by S.Stills)

 

BYE BYE LOVE (soundtrack)

CSN&Y – “Our house” (written by G. Nash)

 

THE BYRDS (with M. Clarke) – 30th anniversary

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

THE FLAMIN’ GROOVIES – Rockin’ at the Roundhouse: live in London 1970 & 1978

“Lady friend” (written by  D. Crosby)

 

THE JEFF HEALY BAND – “For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills) (CD-single b-side)


THE BUDDY HOLLY REUNION ALBUM

The Hollies – “Peggy Sue got married” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

BOY HOWDY – Born that way

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

WILLEM JANSEN – String fever

“Wasted on the way” (written by G. Nash)

 

JEFFERSON STARSHIP – Miracles: live

“Wooden ships” (co-written by Crosby & Stills)

 

MODERN FOLK QUARTET – Highway 70

“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

 

NASHVILLE MANDOLINE ENSEMBLE – Plectrasonics

“Orleans” (written by D. Crosby)

 

AL ROSE – Information overload

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

SHARON, LOIS AND BRAM – Let’s dance!

“Our house” (written by G. Nash)

 

SING HOLLIES IN REVERSE

The posies – “King Midas in reverse” (co-written by G. Nash)

Tommy Keene – “Carrie-Anne” (co-written by G. Nash)

Mitch Easter – “Pay you back with interest” (co-written by G. Nash)

Cub – “You know he did” (co-written by G. Nash)

Flamingoes – “Water on the brain” (co-written by G. Nash)

E – “Jennifer Eccles” (co-written by G. Nash)

The jigsaw seen – “On a carousel” (co-written by G. Nash)

Bill Lloyd and the Nashville pop co-op – “Step inside” (co-written by G. Nash)

Wondermints – “You need love” (co-written by G. Nash)

The sneetches – “So lonely” (co-written by G. Nash)

Andrew – “Heading for a fall” (co-written by G. Nash)

Shakin’ apostles – “Dear Eloise” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

LUTHER VANDROSS – Greatest hits 1981-1995

“Love the one your with” (short gospel version) (written by S. Stills)

LUTHER VANDROSS – “Love the one you’re with” (promo)

(live at the Grammy Awards with vocals and  guitars by CSN)

 

1996

 

THE ACOUSTIC HIGHWAY COLLECTION; THE ROAD TO COUNTRYROCK
“Eight miles high” – The Folkswingers (co-written by D. Crosby)

AFRIKA BAMBAATA & THE SOULSONIC FORCE – Lost generation
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

STEPHEN BISHOP – Blue guitars

“When you love somebody” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

JACKSON BROWNE – Looking east

“Alive in the world” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

JIMMY BUFFETT – Banana wind

“Treetop flyer” (hidden bonus track not credited written by S. Stills)

CAYUGA’S WAITERS – Live and kicking

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
NARVEL FELTS – Sincerely your friend
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

FLIPPER (soundtrack)

“Main title” (vocals by CSN)

 

THE HANGOVERS – Moonshine

“Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

“Find the cost of freedom (written by S. Stills)

 

M-PACT – It’s all about harmony

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

FREDDY MCGREGOR – Jamaican classics, vol. 3
“Watch this sound” (For what it’s worth) (written by S. Stills)

ROGER MCGUINN – Live from Mars

“Eight miles high” (live acoustic) (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

 

MIDDLEBURY DISSIPATED EIGHT – Clapping joes

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)
OUVERTURE RECORDS PRESENTS TAKE A BITE OUTTA THIS -  VOL. 1
Robert Drew Fezzey & friends – Gunmen (vocal by D. Crosby)

DAWN PENN – Come again

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

*JIMMY RILEY – Attention (reissued as “Someone like you in 1998)
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

R.E.O. SPEEDWAGON – Building the bridge

“I still love you” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

SKEE-LO – I wish

“I wish” (with a rap of “For what it’s worth”, written by S. Stills)
SKYDOG – Skydog
“Right by you” (written by S. Stills)

WAR AT HOME (soundtrack)

Buffalo Springfield – “For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

CSN&Y – “Almost cut my hair” (written by D. Crosby)

CSN&Y – “Déjà vu” (written by D. Crosby)

 

1997

 

ANASTASIA & JOHN – That’s you and me

“Life on the outside” (vocal by G. Nash)

“Home at last” (harmonica by G. Nash)

CAPLETON – I-testament
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

CAYUGA’S WAITERS – Channel zero

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

CHANGE PARTNERS – Change partners

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

“Military madness” (written by G. Nash)

“You don’t have to cry” (written by S. Stills)

“Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

“Bad boyz” (written by S. Stills)

“Only wating for you” (written by S. Stills)

“Long time gone” (written by D. Crosby)

“The Lee shore” (written by D. Crosby)

“Change partners” (written by S. Stills)

“Just a song before I go” (written by G. Nash)

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

THE COLGATE THIRTEEN – Double indemnity!

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAREED HAQUE – Déjà vu
”Teach you’re chilren” (intro) (written by G. Nash)
”Carry on” (written by S. Stills)

“Teach you’re children” (written by G. Nash)

“Almost cut my hair” (written by D. Crosby)

“Déjà vu”  (written by D. Crosby)

“Our house” (written by G. Nash)

“4+20” (written by S. Stills)

“Everybody I love you” (written by S. Stills)

“Teach you’re children” (reprise) (written by G. Nash)
GUARDIANES DEL AMOR – Te amo todavia
“Cien abriles” (vocal by G. Nash)

HOEL & ALBRIGTSEN – Get together
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
THE HOLLIES – Archive alive!

(live vocal by G. Nash)

“On a carousel” (co-written by G. Nash)

“King Midas in reverse” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Wasted on the way” (written by G. Nash)

“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

“Stop, stop, stop” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Carrie Anne” (co-written by G. Nash)

I SHALL SING, VOLUME 2
Phillis Dillon – “Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

STEVE LUKATHER – Luke

“Bluebird” (written by S. Stills)
MCGEE, PAT – From the wood (special edtion)

“Southern cross” (bonus track) (co-written by S. Stills)

 

MCGUINN, HILLMAN, CLARK – 3 Byrds land in London (live)

Chris Hillman – “Witching hour” (written by S. Stills)

Chris Hillman – “It doesn’t matter” (co-written by S. Stills)

Chris Hillman – “Both of us (bound to lose)” (bonustrack) (co-written by S. Stills)

McGuinn, Clark, Hillman – “Eight miles high”  (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

RICK MENCK – The balad of Rick Menck

“Clown” (co-written by G. Nash)

 

ON THE MOUNTAIN 3

CPR – “Déjà vu” (written, vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

 

PEACE ON EARTH

Hugh Cornwell – “For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

PREFONTAINE (soundtrack)

S. Stills – “Love the one you’re with” (written, re-recorded by S. Stills)

 

RICE, RICE, HILLMAN & PEDERSEN – Out of the woodwork

“So begins the task” (written by S. Stills)

 

SUPERLIFE – Maximum penalty

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

ROOSEVELT SYKES – Feel like blowing my horn

“Love the one you’re with” (not credited written by S. Stills)

 

 

ALLAN THOMAS – Coconut culture

“The navigator” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

PAUL WILLIAMS – Back to love again

“The prize” (vocal and harmonica by G. Nash)

 

1998

 

BACKFLIPANNIE – Open cases
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

TERRIE CALLIER – First light; Chicago 1969-71
“Naomi” (uncredited written by D. Crosby)

GENE CLARK – Flying high

“One in a hundred” (remixed version with vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

“She’s the kind of girl” (remixed version with vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

 

DA GLO ABORTIONS – Two dogs fucking

“Almost cut my hair” (written by D. Crosby)

 

FROM THE EARTH TO THE MOON (soundtrack)

The Byrds – “Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

CHRIS HILLMAN – Like a hurricane

“I’m still alive” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

JUDE – No one is really beautiful

“Brad and Suzy” (with a rap of “For what it’s worth”, written by S. Stills)

 

THE KAISERS – Twist with the Kaisers

“Come on back” (co-written by G. Nash)
KENNY LOGGINS – December

“Coventry carol” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

LOVE SHOULDN’T HURT

“Love shouldn’t hurt” (produced and vocal by  S. Stills)

 

*THE MONTROSE AVENUE – Thirty days out

“Helplessly hoping”” (written by S. Stills)

 

DANA POMFRET – Soul collage

“Underground world” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

“Permanent bitter pill (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

PUBLIC ENEMY – He got game (soundtrack)

“He got game” (re-recorded rap version of “For what it’s worth”) (co-written, guitar and vocal by S. Stills)

 

PUBLIC ENEMY – “He got game” (radio edit on cd-single)

(re-recorded rap version of “For what it’s worth”) (co-written, guitar and vocal by S. Stills)

 

ROCKIN’ DOPSIE, JR. AND THE ZYDECO TWISTERS – Turn up the Zydeco

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

THE RUTLES – Archeology
”Shangri-la” (vocal by G. Nash)
SHERBET – On with the show
“Chicago” (written by G. Nash)

ST. SOMEWHERE – Postcard

“Southern cross” (written by S. Stills)

SUGAR BEATS – How sweet it is

“Our house” (written by G. Nash)

TOMORROW – 50 minute technical dream
“Why” (co-written by D. Crosby)
“Why” (live) (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

TOTAL GUITAR, VOL. 41, MARCH 1998 (cd added to the journal)

Richard Barrett – “4+20″ (one instrumental verse and chorus on guitar) (written by S. Stills)

 

JAKE TROUT & THE FLOUNDERS – I love to play

“Love the one you’re whiff” (re-written by S. Stills, vocals by Stills & Nash)
”So that’s what happened” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

THE WAILING SOULS – Psychedelic souls

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

YES – Beyond & before: BBC recordings 1969-1970

“Everydays” (live 1969) (written by S. Stills)

“Everydays” (live 1970) (written by S. Stills)

1999

 

2 METER SESSIES, VOL. 8
CPR – “At the edge” (live) (written by D. Crosby)

THE 60’s (soundtrack)

The Byrds – “Draft morning” (co-written by D. Crosby)

G. Nash – “Chicago/We can change the world” (written by G. Nash)

BB BAND – Those 70’s songs: 1970-1974
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

THE BEST OF FLYIN’ HAWAIIAN PRODUCTIONS
”Kaua`i Aloha” (vocal by G. Nash)

BLACKBURN & SNOW – Something good for your head
“Stranger in a strange land” (written by D. Crosby)

SCOTT BLASEY – Shine
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)


THE BLUE DOGS
– Music for dog people

“Go and say goodbye” (written by S. Stills)

DENNIS BROWN – Tribulation
“Watch this sound (“For what it’s worth”) (written by S. Stills)

 

JIMMY BUFFETT – Buffett live: tuesdays, thursdays, saturdays

“Southern cross” (written by S. Stills)

SHEENA EASTON – Home
“Our house” (written by G. Nash)

 

EDEN A.K.A. – “Helplessly hoping” (cd-single b-side) (written and guitar by S. Stills)

 

FORCES OF NATURE (soundtrack)

Chris Tart – “Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

BIG FRANKLIN – Buy the ticket…. take the ride

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

JOE GOLDMARK – All hat no cattle

“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

MICHAEL HEDGES – Torched

“Spring buds” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

SONYA HUNTER – Finders keepers

“4+20” (written by S. Stills)

DOUG INGOLDSBY – Can’t do this alone

“I’ll be there for you” (co-written by G. Nash)

“Never easy, never free” (vocal by D. Crosby)

THE LIMEY (soundtrack)

The Hollies – “King Midas in reverse” (co-written by  G. Nash)

The Byrds – “It’s happens each day” (written by D. Crosby)

 

DAVID LINDLEY – El rayo-x live!!
”Quarter of a man” (not credited vocal by G. Nash)
PETER MAYER – Spare tire orchestra
“India/Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

SHELLEY MICHELLE – Girl talk
“Long time coming” (= “Long time gone”) (written by D. Crosby)

MOJO CLUB – The remix album; some essential peaces
Shantel – ”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

MR. MUSIC (soundtrack)

CSN&Y – “Our house” (written by G. Nash)

“Teach your children” (re-recorded, written and  vocal by G. Nash)

 

RETURN OF THE GRIEVOUS ANGEL: A TRIBUTE TO GRAM PARSONS

“Return of the grievous angel” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

PATCH ADAMS (soundtrack)

CSN&Y – “Carry on” (written by S. Stills)

 

THE JIMMY ROGERS ALL-STARS – Blues blues blues
“Sweet home Chicago” (vocal and guitar by S. Stills)
“Worried life blues” (vocal and guitar by S. Stills)

SHAKE, RATTLE & ROLL (soundtrack)

Hart Aches – “Detour” (co-written and vocal by G. Nash)

Hart Aches – “Break out” (co-written and vocal by G. Nash)

 

SING OUT FOR SEVA

David Crosby & Graham Nash – “Wooden ships” (live) (co-written by Crosby & Stills)

Phil Lesh – “Box of rain” (live) (vocals by Crosby & Nash)


CHRIS TART –
“Love the one you’re with” (cd-single with radio edit and album version)
(written by S. Stills)

TIGEROAR – Eclipse

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

FRANK VIGNOLA – Déjà vu (1996)

“Deja vu” (4 parts) (written by D. Crosby)

 

A WALK ON THE MOON (soundtrack)

Taxiride – “Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

Also released as bonus track on cd ‘Imaginate’ (1999)

2000

 

49TH STREET – 49th street featuring Frankie Lafaro
“Carry on” (written by S. Stills)
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

ACOUSTIC JUNCTION – Strange days
”Dancin’ for you” (vocal by G. Nash

ALICE – God is my dj
“Where will I be” (written by D. Crosby)

BASELINE – Déjà vu

“Déjà vu” (inspired by ‘Déjà vu’ written by D. Crosby)

BLUEGRASS FOREVER
David West – “Suite: Judy blue eyes” (written by S. Stills)

JEFF BRIDGES – Be here soon
”September brings” (vocal by D. Crosby)
”Two white roses” (vocal by  D. Crosby)

THE BRISTOLS – Introducing The Bristols (EP)

“Come on back” (co-written by G. Nash)

LYNNE CAMPBELL – Dressed in white
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

BRENDA CAROL & CLAIRE VOYANCE – Live at Hothouse Café
“Everydays” (written by S. Stills)

DEE CARSTENSEN – Home away from home: recorded live 1996-1999
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

EUGENE CHADBOURNE – Young at heart/Forgiven
“Everybody’s been burned” (written by D. Crosby)

 

CHANGE PARTNERS – See the changes

(German CSN&Y cover band)

“See the changes” (written by S. Stills)

“Little blind fish”  (co-written by D. Crosby)

“Johnny’s garden” (written by S. Stills)

“Helplessly hoping (written by S. Stills)

“Page 43” (written by D. Crosby)

“Man in the mirror” (written by G. Nash)

“Chicago” (written by G. Nash)

CHOIR OF THE WAI`OLI HUI`IA CHURCH OF HANALEI, KAUAI
”Songs of the Wai`oli Hui`ia Church (co-produced by  G. Nash)

 

DUSTY TRAILS – Dusty Trails

“Spy in the lounge” (with a sample of ‘Singin’ call’, written by S. Stills)

 

FIRE ON THE BANJO

David West – “Marakesh express” (written by G. Nash)

FULL CIRCLE: A TRIBUTE TO GENE CLARK (disc 1)

Myracle Brah – “Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)
Steve Wynn – “Tomorrow is a long ways away” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

 

 

JUDY HENSKE – Loose in the world
“Tinkly tinkly gumdrop” (vocal by G. Nash)
“Wish I had my old guitar” (vocal by G. Nash)
“Tin star” (vocal by G. Nash)

LANA LANE – Ballads collection II
“Wind on the water” (written by G. Nash)

KATHY MATTEA – The innocent years
”Prove that by me” (harmonica and vocal by G. Nash)

 

THE MOON GYPSIES – The moon gypsies
“Bluebird” (written and vocal by S. Stills)

PICKIN’ ON CROSBY, STILLS, NASH AND YOUNG

Tribute by Phil Salazar, Tom Ball, Bo Fox, David West, Tom Corbett and Al Di Marco

“Suite: Judy blue eyes” (written by S. Stills)

“Marrakesh express”  (written by G. Nash)

“Wooden ships” (co-written by Crosby & Stills)

“Just a song before I go” (written by G. Nash)

“Wasted on the way” (written by G. Nash)

“Till it shines” (written by D. Crosby)

“Pre-road downs” (written by G. Nash)

 

MAX ROMEO – Play for me: the best of Max Romeo 1967-1973
“Watch this sound” (For what it’s worth) (written by S. Stills)

TIM RUSS – Tim Russ

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

SEX MOB – Solid sender

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

SHAKIN’ APOSTLES – Too hot for snakes: live
“Rock ‘n’ roll woman” (written by S. Stills)

 

JOE SLOMP – Introducing Joe Slomp

“Guinnevere” (written by D. Crosby)

 

STEAL THIS MOVIE (soundtrack)

Timothy B. Smith – “Carry on” (written by S. Stills)

VENICE – 2 meter sessies
“Guinnevere” (live) (written and vocal by D. Crosby)

BOB WALSH – Bob Walsh et le quatuor à cordes allord
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

2001
ALL-STAR DANCE BAND – Non-stop 6o’s dance party
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*FLY AMERO – Fly solo
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)


ANASTASIA & JOHN
– Little man
“Leap of faith” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)
“Along the way” (vocal by G. Nash)

BRING THE FLOWERS TO THE WORLD!
Astrali – “Vado su in alto” (Italian version of “Eight miles high”) (co-written by D. Crosby)

THE COAL PORTERS – The Chris Hillman tribute concerts
“Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)
“Fallen eagle” (written by S. Stills)

COWGIRLS – Girls night out
“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

CROSSCURRENT – Rituals
“Guinnevere” (written by D. Crosby)

EIGHT MILES HIGH; A BLUEGRASS TRIBUTE TO THE BYRDS
Dennis Caplinger, Bo Fox and David West – “Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

CHARLIE GRACIE – I’m all right
”Little too soon to tell” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

HONEYBROWNE – Finding shade
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

JEFFERSON STARSHIP – Across the sea of suns (disc 2)
“Wooden ships” (live) (co-written by Crosby & Stills)
“Have you seen the stars tonight?” (live) (co-written by D. Crosby)

SARAH K. – What matters

“Johnny’s garden” (written by S. Stills)

MIKE LOGAN – Nice and slow (CD-single)
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

THE METERS – Kickback
“Love the one you’re with” (previously unissued bonus track) (written by S. Stills)

THE POSIES – Nice cheekbones and a Ph.D. (EP)
“Lady friend” (written by D. Crosby)

RICE, RICE, HILLMAN & PEDERSEN – Running wild
“4+20” (written by S. Stills)

KENNY VEHKAVAARA & SIMONE – Peace, love & guitar
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

GLEN WASHINGTON & FRIENDS – Glen Washington & friends
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

NONOY ZUNIGA – Impressions
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

2002

THE BAND – The last waltz (box set)
”Jam #2” (bonus track) (guitar by S. Stills)

DANGEROUS LIVES OF ALTAR BOYS (soundtrack)
S. Stills – “Do for the others” (written by S. Stills)

RICHARD DAY-REYNOLDS BAND – It’s not easy
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

FRANKIE & THE FASHIONS – Trilogy
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

TONY HARNELL & MORNING WOOD – Tony Harnell & Morning Wood
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

*JAZZY BLUE “THE ONE MAN BAND” – How sweet it is to be loved by you
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

KORY & THE FIREFLIES – Everyone
“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

WILLIE NELSON & FRIENDS – Stars & guitars: live
Willie Nelson with Sheryl Crow and Bill Evans – “For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

PICKIN’ ON CROSBY, STILLS, NASH AND YOUNG: VOL. 2

Tribute by  Tom Ball, Jay Dee Maness, Lorenzo Martinez, David West and Gabe Witcher
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
”Our house” (written by G. Nash)
”Déjà vu” (written by D. Crosby)
”Almost cut my hair” (written by D. Crosby)
”Long time gone” (written by D. Crosby)
”Guinnevere” (written by D. Crosby)
”Southbound train” (written by G. Nash)
”Wind on the water” (written by G. Nash)
”Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

MELVIN TAYLOR – Rendevous with the blues
“Black queen” (written by S. Stills)

TELL IT, THINK IT, SPEAK IT, BREATHE IT
Fubar – ”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

2003

JIMMY BUFFETT – Live in Auburn, WA
”Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

JIMMY BUFFETT – Live in Las Vegas, NV
”Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

BYRD PARTS 2
”Jack of diamonds” (co-written, vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)
”Get together” (vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)
”Brotherhood of the blues” (written, vocal and guitar by D. Crosby)

CACIA – The opening act
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*THE CELTIC CHILLOUT ALBUM 2

Ryan O’Donnell – “Guinnevere” (written by D. Crosby)

*RETTA GUEST CHOATE – Milkglass flame
“Our house” (written by G. Nash)
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

*COSMIC ROUGH RIDERS – “Helplessly hoping” (single b-side)
(written by S. Stills)

ALANA DAVIS – “Carry on” (single a-side) (written by S. Stills)

*ELDERLOCKE – Unadulterated
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

BILL EVANS – Big fun
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

EUGENIO FINARDI – Il silenzio & lo spirito
”Orleans” (written by D. Crosby)

FLYING PICKETS – The next generation: live in  Hamburg
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

TODD GRIFFIN – Trial by fire
”Almost cut my hair” (written by D. Crosby)

MARCIA GRIFFITH – Reggae max
”Watch this sound” (For what it’s worth) (written by S. Stills)

LEGALLY BLONDE 2 (soundtrack)
Candy Skins – ”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

*PYRAMID – Unstuck in time
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

THE SEARCHERS – 40th anniversary collection (1963-2003)
”For what it’s worth”  (previously unissued) (written by S. Stills)

 

*STEEL TRAIN – 1969

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

THE STRING QUARTET TRIBUTE TO CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG

“Carry on” (written by S. Stills)
”Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
”Chicago” (written by G. Nash)
”Guinevere” (written by D. Crosby)
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
”Our house” (written by G. Nash)

“Suite: Judy blue eyes” (written by S. Stills)
”Teach your children”” (written by G. Nash)

“Wooden ships” (co-written by Crosby & Stills)

“Marrakesh express” (written by G. Nash)
”Ohio” (co-written by D. Crosby)

DENISON WITMER – Recovered

“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

WILL YOUNG – Friday’s child
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

2004

*BIG ISLAND SHINDIG – Living like we love it
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
JIMMY BUFFETT – Live in Cincinnati, OH
”Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

CASSABLANCA ORCHESTRA – Covered
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

CHRISTINE DAY – Cover my soul
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

P. ANN EVERSON–PRICE – Killer lover
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

DANNY EYER – Whatever it takes
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*FOOLS ERRAND – Fools errand
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

IN ACCHORD – Departures
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

JOE & BING – Daybreak
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

KEB’ MO’ – Peace
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

ARTHUR LIPNER – Modern vibe
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

PATRICK MAJOR – Live at Lahaina Coolers
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

MARY HAD A LITTLE AMP: MUSIC’S BIGGEST STARS – CHILDHOOD’S GREATEST SONGS
“Teach your children” (written and performed by G. Nash)

PARKINSONG – VOLUME ONE; 39 SONGS OF HOPE (disc 1)
Crosby & Nash – ”Carry me” (written by D. Crosby)

FRANCIS PLANTE-SCOTT – Organic plante
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

RUSH – Feedback
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

DAVE SOREFF – No worries
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

STRANGE RIVER  – Strange river
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

*WELL HUNGARIANS – Sorry ‘bout the mess

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

KELLER WILLIAMS – Stage
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

2005

 

*3 TOGETHER – Coffeehouse

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
A-HA – Analogue
“Cosy prisons” (vocal by G. Nash)
“Over the treetops” (vocal by G. Nash)

THE BISON CHIPS – Party in your pants
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

JIMMY BUFFETT – Live at Fenway Park
”Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

 

 

 

 

CHANGE PARTNERS – CP
(German CSN&Y cover band)
“Change partners” (written by S. Stills)
“Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)
“Marrakesh express (written by G. Nash)
“Cathedral” (written by G. Nash)
“Milky way tonight” (written by G. Nash)
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
“Chicago” (written by G. Nash)
“So begins the task” (written by S. Stills)
“Almost cut my hair” (written by D. Crosby)
“Right between the eyes” (written by G. Nash)
“Taken at all” (written by Crosby & Nash)
“Do for the others” (written by S. Stills)
“Suite: Judy blue eyes” (bonus track) (written by S. Stills)
“Our house” (bonus track) (written by G. Nash)

 

*THE CHUMSCRUBBER (sountrack)
Phantom planet – “Our house” (writen by G. Nash)
BRIAN CLINE BAND – Got it covered
“Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

THE CRICKETS AND THEIR BUDDIES
Graham Nash – “Think it over” (vocal by G. Nash)


THE FABULOUS PHANTOMS
– Just having a party: rare New Orleans funk from the vaults
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

JUDY HENSKE – She sang California
”Tell old Bill” (harmonica by G. Nash)

CHRIS HILLMAN – The other side
”It doesn’t matter” (co-written by S. Stills)
”Eight miles high” (co-written by D. Crosby)

 

*JUDY KOCH – Sorting it out
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

*OZZY OSBOURNE – Under cover
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

*THE SINGING SINNERS – Drop everything
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
STYX – Big bang theory
”Find the cost of freedom” (written by S. Stills)

 

TRUEHEART – Trueheart
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

YES – The word is live
”Everydays” (live 11 minutes version) (written by S. Stills)

2006

 

*AFTER TUESDAY – After Tuesday
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
“Helplessly hoping” ( a capella version) (written by S. Stills)
THE ASSEMBLY OF DUST – Instant live: The Paradise, Boston, MA 2/20/04 (disc 2)
”Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

BONNIE BRAMLETT AND MR. GROOVE BAND – Roots, blues & jazz
(in Europe issued as:” I can laugh about it now”)
Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

FIVEWAY STREET; A TRIBUTE TO BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD
Byrds of Feather – “Bluebird” (written by S. Stills)
The Retros – We’ll see (written by S. Stills)
Marc Carroll – “For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)
Diesel Park West – “Hung upside down” (written by S. Stills)
Jeff Larson – “Questions” (written by S. Stills)
Buddy Woodward & the Nitro Express – “Go and say goodbye” (written by S. Stills)
Freddie Steady 5 – “Rock and roll woman” (written by S. Stills)
The Kennedys – “Petty girl why” (written by S. Stills)
The Riffbrokers – “Sit down I think I love you” (written by S. Stills)
Western Electric – “So you got a lover” (written by S. Stills)

DAVID GILMOUR – On an island
”On an island” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

*LAïS – Documenta
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

NILS LANDGREN & JOE SAMPLE – Creole love call
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

NILS LOFGREN – Sacred weapon
”Frankie hang on” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

*MAX YASGAR’S FARM – Salute…to Woodstock era acoustic/electric music
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
“Suite: Judy blue eyes” (written by S. Stills)

 

*PAUL AND FRIENDS – Smooth sailing
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

POLKA COUNTRY MUSICIANS (PCM) – Hotter than ever!
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

DENNIS ROLLINS’ BADBONE & CO – Big night out!
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

RUNNING WITH SCISSORS (soundtrack)
CSN&Y – “Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

SOUL RIVER – Skoop on somebody (cd-single)
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

ANDREW SUVALSKY – Vintage pop and the jazz sides
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

TALES FROM THE TAVERN, VOL. 1
”Turn, turn, turn” (live vocal by D. Crosby)

TRIBUTE TO NICOLETTE LARSON; LOTTA LOVE CONCERT
(art-direction and co-produced by G. Nash)
CSN – ”Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)
CSN – ”In my life”

 

*UNDER COVERS; SMASH HITS VOLUME 1
David Polemi & Ze Luis – ”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*WE’RE ABOUT 9 – I stopped listening
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

DANA WINNER – Beautiful life
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 YELLOW MOON – Moving on
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)
2007

 

*MELANIE ADAK – You’re gold

”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*DUSTIN BENTALL – Streets with no lights

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

*LOS CHALLENGERS – Los challengers
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*KEITH FRANK AND THE SOILEAU ZYDECO BAND – Undisputed (2cd)
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

RICHIE FURAY – The heartbeat of love
”Callin’ out your name” (vocal by S. Stills)

JEFFERSON AIRPLANE – Last flight; Winterland Arena, San Fransisco 1974 (live)
”Wooden ships” (co-writen by Crosby &Stills)

CAROLE KING – Love makes the world (deluxe edition)
”Two hearts” (co-written and vocal by G. Nash)

 

*THE LAW NORTH OF CROW CREEK – The law north of Crow Creek
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

MOTEL WESTCOAST – Motel Westcoast
”Our house” (written by G. Nash)

PAT MONAHAN – Last of seven
”Cowboys and indians” (vocal by G. Nash)

ALLAN THOMAS – Making up for the lost time
”Ray of hope” (vocal by G. Nash)

BILLY BOB THORNTON – Beautiful door
”Beautiful door” (vocal by G. Nash)
”I can tell you” (vocal by G. Nash)
”Hope for glory” (vocal by G. Nash)

QUEENSRYCHE – Take cover
“Almost cut my hair” (written by D. Crosby)
”For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

*SIXTIES TRANSITION

David Crosby – “Willie Jean” (written by D. Crosby)
David Crosby – “Come back baby” (written by D. Crosby)

Bud Shank – “Charisma” (co-written by D. Crosby)

THE ZOMBIES, COLLIN BLUNSTONE AS NEIL MacARTHUR, ROD ARGENT & CHRIS WHITE – Into the afterlife
Neil MacArthur – “Hung upside down” (written by S. Stills)

 

2008

*WENDY CHRISTOPHER – Wendy Christopher (cd-single)
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*D.C. & CO. – D.C. & Co. alive
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*DAVE DEE, DOZY, BEAKY, MICK & TICH – The BBC sessions (cd 2)

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
“Blue bird” (written by S. Stills)
*DAVID GILMOUR - Live in Gdansk (2dvd/3cd deluxe box set) (bonus cd)

“Find the cost of freedom” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

*KING’S SINGERS – Simple gifts
“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

*NOON – Homecoming

”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*HEIDI POLLYEA – Best (of) friends
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

STEVE POSTELL – Time still knocking
“You’re still here” (vocal by D. Crosby)
JOEL RAFAEL – Thirteen stories high
“This is my country” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)

 

2009

 

BLACK CROWS – Before the frost…until the freeze
“So many times” (written by S. Stills)

 

*JOEL FRAHM & BRUCE KATZ – Project A
”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

JEFFERSON AIRPLANE – The Woodstock experience
“Wooden ships” (21 minutes live) (co-written by Crosby & Stills)

 

*ESPEN LIND, KURT NILSEN, ALEJANDRO FUENTES & ASKIL HOLM – Hallelujah live; volume 2

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

*BOB PAPAROZZI – Etruscan soul

”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*RAK SHALOM – Caution: extremely hot

”Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

 

*UP IN THE AIR (soundtrack)
Crosby & Nash – “Taken at all” (written by Crosby & Nash)
Graham Nash – “Be yourself” (writen by G. Nash)

2010

*3JS – “Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills) (single b-side)

*ACOUSTIC 70’S
Goldrush – “Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
Goldrush – Marrakesh express (written by G. Nash)

 

*BE YOURSELF; A TRIBUTE TO GRAHAM NASH’S SONGS FOR BEGINNERS

Port O’Brien and papercuts – “Military madness” (written by G. Nash)

Brendan Benson – “Better days” (written by G. Nash)

Nile Nash – “Wounded bird” (written by G. Nash)

Vetiver – “I used to be a king” (written by G. Nash)

Robin Pecknold – “Be yourself” (co-written by G. Nash)

Bonnie “Prince” Billie – “Simple man” (written by G. Nash)

The Moore Brothers – “ Man in the mirror” (written by G. Nash)

Alela Diane – “There’s only one” (written by G. Nash)

Mariee Sioux & Greg Weeks – “Sleep song” (written by G. Nash)

Sleepy sun – “Chicago” (written by G. Nash)

Nile Nash – “We can change the world (reprise)” (written by G. Nash)

 

*CHRISTAL BOWERSOX – Farmer’s daughter

“For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

 

*JUDY COLLINS – Paradise

“The last thing on my mind” (vocal by S. Stills)

 

*CYPRES HILL – Rise up

“Armada latina” (based on: “Suite: Judy blue eyes”) (co-written and guitar by S. Stills)

* I LIKE IT BETTER; MUSIC FROM HOME
Joel Rafael – “This is my country” (live vocals by Crosby & Nash)

*INDEX – Yesterday and today

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

“I used to be a king” (written by G. Nash)

 

*FRANCESCO LUCARELLI – Find the light
“Mr. sunshine” (vocal by G. Nash)

 

*A NAME IS A NAME (soundtrack)
(music  by G. Nash)

 

*ON THE ROCKS – A fifth

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

*THE ORB FEATURING DAVID GILMOUR – Metallic spheres (2cd)

“Hymns to the sun” (samples of “Chicago” written by G. Nash)
“Hymns to the sun” (reprise) (samples of “Chicago” written by G. Nash)

 

*TOGETHER BY THE LAKE
Frank Michaels, Owen Battenberg & Phil Pennard – “Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)
2011

 

*THE BEST OF ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME + MUSEUM LIVE
CSN and Tom Petty – “For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

*THE BRIDGE SCHOOL CONCERTS; 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION (disc 2)
CSN&Y – “Déjà vu” (live) (written by D. Crosby)

 

*HARRISON COVERED (free cd included with Mojo magazine, November 2011)
Jonathan Wilson – “Isn’t it a pity” (vocal by G. Nash)
*KIDSONGS: GOOD NIGHT, SLEEP TIGHT (EP)

? – “Our house” (written by G. Nash)

 

*PATAGONIA MUSIC COLLECTIVE; VOLUME THREE

Crosby & Nash – “Almost cut my hair” (live) (written by D. Crosby)

 

*TANNER ANGLE – Tanner angle

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

2012

 

*ENZO AVITABILE – Black tarantelle
“E a maronn ‘accumparett’ in Africa” (vocal by D. Crosby)

 

*DON FELDER – Road to forever

“Fall from the grace of love” (vocals by CSN)

*AL JARDINE – A postcard from California
“A Calfornia saga” (vocals by Crosby & Stills)

 

*MUSIC IS LOVE; A SINGER-SONGWRITERS’ TRIBUTE TO THE MUSIC OF CSN&Y (2cd)

Ron LaSalle – “For what it’s worth” (written by S. Stills)

Steve Wynn – “Triad” (written by D. Crosby)

Judy Collins – “Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

Liam O Maonlai – “Lady of the island” (written by G. Nash)

Sugercane Jane – “Bluebird” (written by S. Stills)

Bonoff, Cowan, Szczesniak & Waldman – “Guinnevere” (written by D. Crosby)

Sonny Mone – “You don’t have to cry” (written by S. Stills)

Jennifer Stills – “Love the one you’re with” (written by S. Stills)

Sadie Jemmett – “Teach your children” (written by G. Nash)

The Coal Porters – “Fallen eagle” (written by S. Stills)

Lee Berryhill – “It doesn’t matter” (co-written by S. Stills)

Neal Casal – “Hey you (looking at the moon)” – (written by G. Nash)

Marcus Eaton – “Bittersweet” (written by D. Crosby)

Eileen Rose & The legendary Rich Gilbert – “Just a song before I go” (written by G. Nash)

Michael McDermott & Heather Horton – “Southern cross” (co-written by S. Stills)

Louise Ledford – “Wasted on the way” (written by G. Nash)

Mary Lee’s Corvette – “Tracks in the dust” (written by D. Crosby)

Jenai Huff – “I’ll be there for you” (co-written by G. Nash)

Ian McNabb – “Music is love” (written by D. Crosby)

*TOM SILVER – Rock mosaic; soloarangements for classical and acoustic steel string guitar

“Helplessly hoping” (written by S. Stills)

 

*JOE WALSH – Analog man
“Family” (vocals by Crosby & Nash)
* new information according to the 2013-edition

 

Almost all of the information is checked by me or other leeshore-members on the original vinyl-album or cd and in the books of Dave Zimmer (1984, 2000), Johnny Rogan (1996), Herman Verbeke, Lucien van Diggelen and Francesco Lucarelli (Vol. 1-3, 2002) and in music libraries and on internet.

 

Compilations with allready issued songs (unless different versions, live-recordings or soundtracks) are excluded. Also excluded are releases of the bands wherin Crosby, Stills and Nash participated before they joined, and guest appearances on each other’s records.

 

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