Crosby, Stills & Nash is the first album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, released in 1969 on the Atlantic Records label. It spawned two Top 40 hit singles, "Marrakesh Express" and "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes," which peaked respectively at the week of August 23, 1969, and at the week of December 6, 1969, on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The album itself peaked at on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart. It was certified four times platinum by the RIAA for sales of over 4,200,000.
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Greatest Hits is the fifteenth Crosby, Stills & Nash album, and their fifth compilation, released by Rhino Records in 2005. It peaked at on the Billboard 200, debuting at that position on April 2, 2005 with first week sales of 33,000 copies, and spending eight weeks on the chart. Its current sales sit at over 640,000. The album was dedicated to Cass Elliot with great thanks to Neil Young.
After the Storm is the thirteenth album by Crosby, Stills & Nash, their fifth studio album in the trio configuration, released on Atlantic Records in 1994. It would be their last release on Atlantic, excepting reissues, for almost two decades. It peaked at on the Billboard 200, the lowest charting position of their eight studio albums. It is also their lowest selling album, with sales near 200,000.
Merry Christmas is a compilation album by Bing Crosby that was released in 1945 on Decca Records. It has remained in print through the vinyl, CD, and downloadable file eras, currently as the disc and digital album White Christmas on MCA Records, a part of the Universal Music Group, (reissued in June 1995) and currently on vinyl as Merry Christmas on Geffen Records (re-issued in September 2014).
Chris Hillman, center, and Herb Pedersen showng perfomring in February in Los Angeles for the MusiCares Person of the Year salute to Tom Petty. Gina Ferazzi, Los Angeles Times). Crosby reconnected with Hillman recently on a new rendition of the Byrds' standard "The Bells of Rhymney," which opens the new album that is produced by two friends of long-standing: Byrds acolyte Petty, and bluegrass country singer and instrumentalist Herb Pedersen. Pedersen said he floated the idea to Petty of working together on a new Hillman album last fall, when Petty brought Pedersen along as an additional voice for a tour by Mudcrutch, the band Petty had in Florida before coming to California and assembling the Heartbreakers. I didn't go looking for this," Hillman said of the overall project.
The album has two sad, snow-covered romantic masterpieces (the Pogues and Kristy MacCall's "Fairytale of New York" and the Pretenders' "2000 Miles"), some jangly adorability (Matthew Sweet and the Buzz of Delight's "Christmas" and Chris Stamey Group's "Christmas Time") and nerdy comedy gold (Kris Kringle is a girlfriend-stealing skeezer on They Might Be Giants'. What Jesus is to Christmas, Bing Crosby is to Christmas music. Crosby's 1945 album Merry Christmas – expanded over the years with tracks from throughout the Forties and Fifties and reissued on CD as White Christmas in 1986 – has a distinct Irish-Catholic flavor thanks to the hymn "Faith of Our Fathers" and the jaunty "Christmas in Killarney. There's also the Hawaiian-tinged "Mele Kalikimaka" (one of three songs where he makes hella merry with the Andrews Sisters).
Album: X. Heyo! SONGLYRICS just got interactive. You say keep her close It’s too good to be with you But I might dream a love It’s too good to be real Feels too good to be real Roll my weed up I gotta light The best, some magic here I’m nobody to me I need you This conflict This small place One more baby take care Take. Submit lyrics correction →. 55k. Like