Stephen Stills of Crosby, Stills, Nash, and Young released his high profile album in 1970 after the peak of their chart topping hit "Deja Vu". Many famous artist joined in to be part of this album including David Crosby, and Ringo Starr who played drums on two songs. The album went on to reach #3 on the Billboard charts. Most reviews were mixed with some being positive, and some being indifferent to it.
I'm not sure if it's the mood in, or if I genuinely didn't like the music but I couldn't get into it. I was expecting a lot more since I did enjoy the group's last album, but individually I haven't enjoyed their stuff as much so far. It doesn't have a bad sound, and I enjoy the folksy moments, but overall I found nothing I would go back and listen to again about it. I did find myself intrigued by the appearances on the album though.
Rating 3 of 5.