Another preview of the new live album release from Stephen Stills. ‘Stephen Stills Live At Berkeley 1971′ is released on April 28th as a CD or 2LP set. You can “deluxe” the LP release – there’s a limited to 100 copies signed by Stills for £414.13 (or $499!) should you be so inclined. It includes a hand-numbered and signed framed lithograph of Stephen Stills’ self-portrait printed on 245gsm textured archival giclee paper with archival inks and Certificate of Authenticity. Actual print is 12″x12″ with a 4-ply matte housed in a 14″x14″ gallery quality three-quarter inch wood black frame. And 4 archival 8″x10″ photos taken by legendary rock photographer Henry Diltz during Stephen’s first solo tour. These recently unearthed photos capture Stephen and The Memphis Horns’ soul and spirit while on tour.
Here is then a medley of two songs you’ll know well – but hey, doesn’t ‘For What It’s Worth’ sound different? Do you think you can clap your hands ? Well come on! Get down and get with it.
Pretty much the same arrangement of the medley as on “4 Way Street”, though thankfully shorn of the “America’s Children” ‘rap’. Still looking forward to getting my hands on a decent quality recording of part of a show from this tour, though.