Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young / “CSNY 1974”: four disc box set



Rhino will release CSNY 1974 in July, a 40th anniversary celebration of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young’s 1974 tour.

The set will be available as a 3CD+DVD package or a Pure Audio Blu-ray Audio +DVD set, both featuring 40 previously unreleased live tracks as well as a eight filmed performances on the DVD. The blu-ray element is 192/24 so this should sound amazing.

From the image above, the packaging looks consistent with the Stephen Stills Carry On set which is great news, because that was superb!

The booklet with this has a massive 188 pages and we are promised lots of never-before-seen photos. There is also a cut-down ‘highlights’ single CD version, which seems rather pointless.

“Prohibitive” price tag – The limited edition vinyl set

Vinyl fans with deep pockets will also be interested to know that there will be a limited edition vinyl set of 1,000 copies for sale exclusively via the CSNY.com website that will feature all 40 tracks on six 180-gram twelve-inch records, housed in a “custom laser-etched birch LP folio case”. This set will come with the blu-ray and DVD as well as a coffee table-sized book. Sounds great, but the $500 price tag is somewhat prohibitive.

CSNY 1974 is released on 7 July 2014. At the time of writing Amazon UK doesn’t have the blu-ray listed (groan) but we’ll update when it does. See below for full track listing.

3CD+DVD Edition

Blu-ray Audio + DVD edition

Track listing

CD  1 (or Blu-ray Audio)

  • 1. Love The One You’re With (Csny 1974)
  • 2. Wooden Ships (Csny 1974)
  • 3. Immigration Man (Csny 1974)
  • 4. Helpless (Csny 1974)
  • 5. Carry Me (Csny 1974)
  • 6. Johnny’s Garden (Csny 1974)
  • 7. Traces (Csny 1974)
  • 8. Grave Concern (Csny 1974)
  • 9. On The Beach (Csny 1974)
  • 10. Black Queen (Csny 1974)
  • 11. Almost Cut My Hair (Csny 1974)

CD 2 (or Blu-ray Audio)

  • 1. Change Partners (Csny 1974)
  • 2. The Lee Shore (Csny 1974)
  • 3. Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Csny 1974)
  • 4. Our House (Csny 1974)
  • 5. Fieldworker (Csny 1974)
  • 6. Guinevere (Csny 1974)
  • 7. Time After Time (Csny 1974)
  • 8. Prison Song (Csny 1974)
  • 9. Long May You Run (Csny 1974)
  • 10. Goodbye Dick (Csny 1974)
  • 11. Mellow My Mind (Csny 1974)
  • 12. Old Man (Csny 1974)
  • 13. Word Game (Csny 1974)
  • 14. Myth Of Sisyphus (Csny 1974)
  • 15. Blackbird (Csny 1974)
  • 16. Love Art Blues (Csny 1974)
  • 17. Hawaiian Sunrise (Csny 1974)
  • 18. Teach Your Children (Csny 1974)
  • 19. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (Csny 1974)

CD 3 (or Blu-ray Audio)

  • 1. Deja Vu (Csny 1974)
  • 2. My Angel (Csny 1974)
  • 3. Pre-Road Downs (Csny 1974)
  • 4. Don’t Be Denied (Csny 1974)
  • 5. Revolution Blues (Csny 1974)
  • 6. Military Madness (Csny 1974)
  • 7. Long Time Gone (Csny 1974)
  • 8. Pushed It Over The End (Csny 1974)
  • 9. Chicago (Csny 1974)
  • 10. Ohio (Csny 1974)


  • 1. Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Csny 1974)
  • 2. Almost Cut My Hair (Csny 1974)
  • 3. Grave Concern (Csny 1974)
  • 4. Old Man (Csny 1974)
  • 5. Johnny’s Garden (Csny 1974)
  • 6. Our House (Csny 1974)
  • 7. Deja Vu (Csny 1974)
  • 8. Pushed It Over The End (Csny 1974)

Single CD version track listing

  • 1. Love The One You’re With (Csny 1974)
  • 2. Wooden Ships (Csny 1974)
  • 3. Immigration Man (Csny 1974)
  • 4. Helpless (Csny 1974)
  • 5. Johnny’s Garden (Csny 1974)
  • 6. The Lee Shore (Csny 1974)
  • 7. Change Partners (Csny 1974)
  • 8. Only Love Can Break Your Heart (Csny 1974)
  • 9. Our House (Csny 1974)
  • 10. Guinevere (Csny 1974)
  • 11. Old Man (Csny 1974)
  • 12. Teach Your Children (Csny 1974)
  • 13. Suite: Judy Blue Eyes (Csny 1974)
  • 14. Long Time Gone (Csny 1974)
  • 15. Chicago (Csny 1974)

3CD+DVD Edition

Blu-ray Audio + DVD edition

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[…] And why is it a DVD and not a blu-ray audio? Warners have used the format for Van Morrison and Crosby Stills Nash & Young so why not Fleetwood Mac? Presumably, the label would argue that the widespread appeal of the band […]

Jenna Appleseed

looks like things have gone a bit wrong with pre-orders of the website exclusive version: people complaining of getting overcharged, boxes not-delivered, CSN suing the company who were meant to be producing them. http://neilyoungnews.thrasherswheat.org/2014/09/open-letter-csny-1974-limited-edition.html

Mic Smith

Amazon UK price has fallen to below £50
so I’ve preordered it from them. The reviews in Mojo and Uncut seem fairly balanced i terms of what is good/bad about this release with Young getting most of the attention for his contributions.
I’m looking forward to the version of Revolution Blues one of my favourite NY tunes.


Preordered the BD and DVD.


Do we know if the DVD is region free?


Sorry to hijack the thread but thought some folks may be interested in some early info about the packaging on the new Led Zeppelin reissues.

Got my 2 CD deluxe editions of the first three albums today and I am disappointed that there are THREE separate stickers covering up the artwork on the sleeve, front and back.

1. Huge sticker on back with the track listings
2. Small hologram sticker on back
3. Barcode sticker on front with edition information

They seem excessive and totally spoil the artwork and past experience tells me not to try peeling any of them off.

I just give up with the stupid decisions made by the people in charge sometimes.


Oh and good luck getting the LZ III discs out everybody because the sleeve on that is as bad as the Pink Floyd Discovery packaging for tightness.

Mic Smith

I buy CSNY product for the Neil Young material in essence although in doing so I have discovered more than a few decent CSN tunes along the way. This 1974 tour record is a welcome addition to their discography and fills in a significant gap in their career between Deja Vu and American Dream – for most of that period the four piece was either inactive or unproductive.

So for me 12 Neil Young tracks out of 40 means he is well represented and among them a number of rare tracks that haven’t been officially released in any version and a number that have only appeared as studio recordings. Therefore I will simply have to buy this document in one of the formats, probably the CD/DVD combo.

At £63 (I note the Spin CDs lower price and will investigate) it seems a tad expensive but what’s new? That seems to be the way things are with anything with Neil Young’s name attached to it these days. Given its not out for a while I may shop around and see what happens but at least by then the Zeppelin, Gabriel and Tull special editions will have been paid for and I can at last start eating again properly.


The UK version is well over twice as expensive? That’s got to be a mistake.


Kinda torn between Blu-Ray and CD versions. I’d normally opt for the Blu-Ray audio, but without a download code or other equivalent option I wouldn’t be able to load it on my portable devices. (Not without access to equipment I don’t own.)


who needs a kidney? I’ve got to buy the last CSNY box set


Check out the international shipping charges for the Vinyl Set – 7 days for $370.64 or 3 days for $420.81 Now that’s what I call prohibitive…


Another mention for Spincds.com -they have this for £54.99 at present


Even taking into account shipping and potential customs charges, it’s way cheaper to order from Amazon US at these prices. Surely some adjustment is due from Amazon in Europe?


Oddly enough, it’s often the reverse here in the US. I almost always order all my imports from Amazon UK rather than US. They’re usually significantly cheaper, even with the shipping (which is usually pretty reasonable). Plus, it doesn’t take a million years to get here and the packing for me has been exceptional.


This seems to be well overpriced for what it is. CSN(Y) have released a minute amount of new material over the last 20 years but this is now the fourth box set of old material in the last five years (five if you include the re-issued “CSN” set).

Alan Fenwick

Threre’s a super deluxe vinyl edition available directly from the artists website, mind you it will set you back a mere $499.00 plus shipping.


All 40 tracks on six 180-gram 12” vinyl records, housed in a custom laser-etched birch LP folio case.
40 high-quality audio tracks on a Pure Audio Blu-Ray disc
Digital download of full 40 tracks.
Bonus DVD
Coffee Table size book of never before seen photos from the 1974 tour.

This set is limited to 1000 copies, individually numbered, and housed in a custom laser-etched birch wood box. It is available exclusively through CSNY

Take a look



The DVD portion of this box looks a way too short. Kinda reminds me of the deluxe Quadrophenia box where a small portion of the songs were mixed into 5.1 so if you want the whole LP you’ll have to buy a separate disc. I wouldn’t be surprised id down the line the “whole 1974 DVD” is released making the DVD in the box redundant. Sorry to be so skeptical about it, but that seems to be the way things are done these days….


Paul great news…nash did talk about blu ray too is there a sde version coming maybe with vinyl. Also any news on the rumoured allmans fillmore deluxe box or neil young archives 2 which seems to be almost there?