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Download links and information about Manassas by Stephen Stills. This album was released in 1972 and it belongs to Rock, Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 01:11:48 minutes.

Artist: Stephen Stills
Release date: 1972
Genre: Rock, Folk Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist, Psychedelic
Tracks: 21
Duration: 01:11:48
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No. Title Length
1. Song of Love 3:26
2. Rock and Roll Crazies / Cuban Bluegrass 3:31
3. Jet Set (Sigh) 4:22
4. Anyway 3:19
5. Both of Us (Bound to Lose) 3:02
6. Fallen Eagle 2:05
7. Jesus Gave Love Away for Free 3:00
8. Colorado 2:52
9. So Begins the Task 4:01
10. Hide It So Deep 2:46
11. Don't Look At My Shadow 2:29
12. It Doesn't Matter 2:30
13. Johnny's Garden 2:45
14. Bound to Fall 1:53
15. How Far 2:51
16. Move Around 4:15
17. The Love Gangster 2:51
18. What to Do 4:44
19. Right Now 2:58
20. The Treasure (Take One) 8:04
21. Blues Man 4:04



In 1972 Stephen Stills successfully braided a musical rope that blended strands of folk, rock, country, Latin, blues and bluegrass into one panoramically earthy sound. From the first verse of the opening boogie-rocker “Song of Love,” it’s really easy to imagine how much fun it was to play in a band this amazing and Stephen Stills knows it — you can hear him having the time of his life, especially when “Rock and Roll Crazies/Cuban Bluegrass” makes good on its title and shape-shifts from twangy California canyon biker-rock into a Latin mountain string-band jam. Stills sounds right at home with a band comprising some the era’s best musicians like Chris Hillman of Byrds/Burritos fame as well as drummer Dallas Taylor, guitarist Al Perkins and Byron Berline’s country fiddle. But he sounds completely in his element on the more Latin-tinged tunes like “It Doesn’t Matter,” a percussion-heavy number that grooves on cascading vocal harmonies, watery pedal steel and feverish conga beats that all blend to sound like Matthews Southern Comfort exchanging band members with Malo.