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Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, 1969

On September 18, 1969, one month after their appearance at Woodstock, Jack Robinson photographed the newly formed supergroup of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Earlier in 1969, David Crosby, who had been a co-founder of The Byrds, Stephen Stills, who had played with Buffalo Springfield, and Graham Nash, who had been with The Hollies, released the album Crosby, Stills & Nash to great acclaim. Later they would be joined by Neil Young, who had also played with Buffalo Springfield, for the album that would appear in early 1970 under the title Déja vu. Vogue noted that “sharp thinkers all as well as onstage wits,” they all write songs and sing soaring harmonies.” Photographed here is bassist Greg Reeves.