Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young ‎– 4 Way Street

Atlantic ‎– SD 2-902
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, MO

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Suite: Judy Blue Eyes
Written-By – Stephen Stills
A2 On The Way Home
Written-By – Neil Young
A3 Teach Your Children
Written-By – Graham Nash
A4 Triad
Written-By – David Crosby
A5 The Lee Shore
Written-By – David Crosby
A6 Chicago
Written-By – Graham Nash
B1 Right Between The Eyes
Written-By – Graham Nash
B2 Cowgirl In The Sand
Written-By – Neil Young
B3 Don't Let It Bring You Down
Written-By – Neil Young
B4 49 Bye Byes / America's Children
Written-By – Stephen Stills
B5 Love The One You're With
Written-By – Stephen Stills
C1 Pre-Road Downs
Written-By – Graham Nash
C2 Long Time Gone
Written-By – David Crosby
C3 Southern Man
Written-By – Neil Young
D1 Ohio
Written-By – Neil Young
D2 Carry On
Written-By – Stephen Stills
D3 Find The Cost Of Freedom
Written-By – Stephen Stills

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Label variation with "MO"-suffix on label matrix (= Monarch pressing) and 1841 Broadway manufacturing address.

Gatefold cover. Packaged with double-sided lyric sheet.

Recorded live at the Filmore East, New York, June 2-7, 1970; The Chicago Auditorium, Chicago, IL, July 5th, 1970; The Forum, Los Angeles, CA, June 26-28, 1970.

Track A1 incorrectly listed as "Suite: Judy Blues Eyes". Correct title is in the tracklisting.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A Side Etching): ST-A-712125NN AT ∆ 23342 (2) PR [Columbia logo]
  • Other (A Side Label): ST-A-712125 MO
  • Matrix / Runout (B Side Etching): ST - A - 712126- H NR ∆ 23342X AT PR [Columbia logo]
  • Other (B Side Label): ST-A-712126 MO
  • Matrix / Runout (C Side Etching): ST - A - 712127 - HH ∆ 23343 ③ AT PR [Columbia logo]
  • Other (C Side Label): ST-A-712127 MO
  • Matrix / Runout (D Side Etching): ST - A - 712128 - GG WR [Columbia logo] ∆ 23343-X (2) AT PR
  • Matrix / Runout (B to D Side Stamped): W
  • Other (D Side Label): ST-A-712128 MO
  • Rights Society: BMI

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
2-8902 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 4 Way Street(8-Trk, Album, Club) Atlantic 2-8902 US 1971 Sell This Version
SD-2-902 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 4 Way Street(2xLP, Album) Atlantic SD-2-902 Australia 1971 Sell This Version
ATL 60003 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 4 Way Street(2xLP, Album, Gat) Atlantic ATL 60003 Portugal 1971 Sell This Version
SD 2-902 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 4 Way Street(2xLP, Album, RI-) Atlantic SD 2-902 US 1971 Sell This Version
60 003, ATL 60 003, 2-902 Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young 4 Way Street(2xLP, Album, RE) Atlantic, Atlantic, Atlantic 60 003, ATL 60 003, 2-902 Germany Unknown Sell This Version


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November 24, 2015
My copy has 2 side D labels. Is that a normal mislabel ?


November 24, 2015
Four great artists come together in 1969 to create one of the best supergroups of the west coast, and that is David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash and Neil Young: CSN & Y. A bit of news front is a must; in fact, the group was founded in 1968 as CS & N, while Young will be joined only the following year. The three decided to record together after a historic evening at the home of Joni Mitchell, where they began singing together as a joke. In 1969 their first album came out well, and then, as we have said, will join them also the "dark" Young. The road traveled together since the quartet covers the span of just two albums, but their importance is crucial. The first ("Dejavù") is now certified gold, and contains authentic masteprieces as "Helpless" Young, "Teach Your Children" Nash and "Dejavù" Crosby. While this record still lingered in the rankings, came the wonderful farewell of the group in the form of a double album containing unreleased material: "Four Way Street". The same title was already predicting what will be the future of the group: >> << four different paths. In fact it was too strong and different personalities of the artists not to allow them to resume (or take) the successful solo careers. It remains to testify their magnitude this double album full of jewelry sound. Among the brightest, we must remember "Ohio" by Neil Young, dedicated to the four students of the University of Kent killed in clashes with the police as a result of the reactionary policy adopted by the Nixon administration. "Chicago" is a historical song Nash, dedicated to Mr. Dale (the mayor of the city overseer of violence against demonstrators against the Democratic Convention of 1968), with the now famous phrase << We can change the world, rearrange the world / is dying - to improve >>; and "Triad" piece of poetry unattainable Crosby. A milestone!
Giancarlo Zucchett