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Crosby, Stills & Nash on SACD

* Virtuosic Playing, Homespun Arrangements, Resonant Lyrics: Crosby, Stills & Nash Includes 'Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,' 'Long Time Coming,' 'Marrakesh Express,' and 'Helplessly Hoping'

* Sourced from the Original Master Tapes and Packaged in a Mini-LP Gatefold Sleeve: Mobile Fidelity's Numbered-Edition Hybrid SACD Plays with Richness, Detail, Fullness, and Organic Tones

* Crosby, Stills & Nash Is Ranked the 252nd Greatest Album of All Time by Rolling Stone

The enduring charm, contemporary relevance, and harmonic convergence of Crosby, Stills & Nash's fabled self-titled debut owe not only to impeccably played songs and resonant lyrics, but to career-defining performances by music's first genuine supergroup. Crosby, Stills & Nash lingers as an example of the whole being greater than the sum of it's parts. Factor in phenomenal studio production and acoustic-based architecture that served as guideposts for myriad albums that followed, and popular music would never be the same. From the opening of the lead track, the multi-part 'Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,' written for Judy Collins, it's apparent the trio's dynamic cannot be replicated or substituted.

Sourced from the original analog master tapes and packaged in a mini-LP gatefold sleeve, Mobile Fidelity's numbered-edition hybrid SACD provides a transparent look into a record that established a precedent for close harmony singing that has never been eclipsed. The organic presentation of the textures; expanse and depth of the soundstages; fullness of tones; natural extension of the acoustic guitar strings; realistic rise and decay of individual notes; seamless blending of the vocals - all those facets (and more) reach demonstration-grade levels on this reissue. That sonic magnetism reflects in standards such as the breezy 'Marrakesh Express,' protesting 'Long Time Gone,' poignant 'Helplessly Hoping,' and poetic 'Wooden Ships.' No wonder the trio's chemistry - as well as the distinctive traits of each member's singing, interwoven guitar parts, and contrasting personalities - became a permanent part of an American culture dealing with conflicting themes of peace and war, love and violence, and change and status quo.