Album of the Day
Crosby, Stills & Nash's fourth album of completely original material, DAYLIGHT AGAIN began life as a collaboration between Stephen Stills and Graham Nash while David Crosby was sidelined. The pair recruited such talented vocalists as Art Garfunkel and Timothy B. Schmit to fill out the harmonies (as well as a raft of session aces to lend instrumental support), but in the end returned to their old friend to recreate the CSN magic. All three rise to the occasion not only as singers but as songwriters; Crosby's outstanding “Delta,” Stills' “Southern Cross” (which spawned the trio's first music video) and Nash's “Wasted On The Way” (a frank look at the group's past squabbles) rank with their most memorable material. A Top 10 hit, DAYLIGHT AGAIN was released 35 years ago this month, and its inspiring music still shines brightly.