ITS ALL COMING BACK TO ME NOW
All tracks recorded by David Crosby live at The Whiskey A Go-Go in Hollywood, CA on December 7, 1993. Guest artists include Graham Nash, Jeff Pevar, Chris Robinson and Kip Lennon.
Atlantic Records, 1995,
10 live recordings by David Crosby including Guinnevere, Lady of the Harbor, Oh Yes I Can and Wooden Ships.
EMI Capitol Records, 2000.
4 WAY STREET
Tracks recorded at the Fillmore East in New York City, The Forum in Los Angeles, CA and Chicago Auditorium in Chicago, IL during the concert tour from June 1970 and July 1970. Originally released on Atlantic Records # 902 on April 24, 1971. Album peaked at #1 on the Billboard pop charts and remained on the charts for 42 weeks.
Atlantic Records, 1992.
SO FAR: GREATEST HITS
1974 collection of hit recordings by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. Originally released on Atlantic Records #18100 on September 7, 1974, the album peaked at #1 on the Billboard pop charts and remained on the charts for 27 weeks.
Atlantic Records, 1994.
1983 collection of recordings by Crosby, Stills and Nash. Tracks include the hit recordings War Games and Wasted on the Way.
Rhino Records, 2009.
4 disc collection of Crosby Stills and Nash greatest hits. Tracks include “Carry Me”, Change Partners, Chicago, Got it Made, Immigration Man, It Doesnt Matter, Just a Song Before I Go, Marrakesh Express, Military Madness and Woodstock.
Atlantic Records, 1991.
DÉJÀ VU LIVE
Concert recordings by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young from the 2008 tour. Tracks include Living with War, Military Madness, Wooden Ships, Roger and Out and Find the Cost of Freedom.
Live recordings of David Crosby and Graham Nash from 1975 & 1977; tracks include Bittersweet, King of the Mountain and Immigration Man.
Remastered in 1999.
Universal Special Products, 2006.
THE BEST OF CROSBY & NASH: THE ABC YEARS
Collection of hit recordings by David Crosby and Graham Nash from 1975-1977. Recorded at Sound Labs, Los Angeles, California; Rudy Records, San Francisco, California; Syria Mosque, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Garden State Art Center, Homdel, New Jersey; Shaffer Festival, New York, New York between 1975 & 1976. Includes liner notes by Steve Silberman.
MCA Records, 2002.