Self-titled debut album from Crosby, Stills & Nash, signed and inscribed on the front cover in black ballpoint, "Hello Stephen, Graham Nash, 1924," "Stephen Stills," and "David Crosby." The front cover is also signed modern-day in black felt tip, "Judy Collins," and on the back cover in black ballpoint, "Thank you Lorry, from Dallas Taylor." CSN fans will know Dallas Taylor as an integral member of the extended band. The addition of Judy Collins is quite appropriate as Collins was the inspiration for, “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” and lived with Stills at the time. Shortly after this album was released, CSN would perform at Woodstock, representing only the second time the band played in front of a live audience. Original first-issue gatefold cover and early-issue lyric insert. This is the first time we’ve seen this album vintage signed by the band. In fine condition, with a Beckett label affixed to lower right corner. The record is included. Accompanied by full letters of authenticity from Beckett and REAL.
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