Todays recommendation from the unsolicited music recommendation service is, Crosby, Stills & Nash by Crosby, Stills & Nash.

The 1969 eponymous album Crosby, Stills & Nash is a stunning example of folk rock at is most considered.

The album opens with Suite: Judy Blue Eyes an upbeat opener with well crafted guitar parts and interesting lyrics.

The album continues with Marrakesh Express upbeat again but with an unexpected sonic landscape within a pleasing structure and a great vocal performance.

Guinnevere features some of the most weirdly catchy lyrics and a fascinating vocal performance.

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You Don’t Have To Cry features interesting supporting instrumental lines with a pleasing structure and well crafted vocal parts which build to a satisfactory end.

The album continues on with Pre-Road Downs with is its interesting instrumental features and Wooden Ships offers a more reflective instrumentation and mood.

Lady Of The Island continues with a beautiful melody supported by a delicate accompaniment. Absolutely spectacular.

The reflective nature of the album continues on with Helplessly Hoping with its hint of hope.

The more fuzzy guitar sounds of Long Time Gone are a refreshing break from the somber mood of the tracks previously and gives the album a great sense of shape. It also has the most interesting conclusion of all the tracks on this album.

I most confess that 49 Bye-Byes the final track on the album is a little disappointing for me. In fact I typically skip it (sorry)!

If you use Apple Music you can listen to Crosby, Stills & Nash.

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