Listen To Stephen Stills & David Crosby Perform ‘The Lee Shore’ Live In 1971

Hear the third preview from Stephen Stills Live At Berkeley 1971.

By Nate Todd Apr 14, 2023 10:50 am PDT

Stephen Stills shared a previously unreleased live recording of “The Lee Shore” featuring his Crosby, Stills & Nash bandmate David Crosby. The performance is from Stills’ upcoming album, Stephen Stills Live At Berkeley 1971, arriving on April 28 via Iconic Artists Group/Omnivore Recordings.

Stills announced Live At Berkeley 1971 in early March and previewed the record with “Love The One You're With.” The legendary singer-songwriter followed with his stellar piano medley “49 Bye-Byes”/”For What It’s Worth.”

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Stephen Stills captured Live At Berkeley 1971 over the course of two nights in August 1971 at the Berkeley Community Theatre in Berkeley, California on his first solo tour. The concert featured both acoustic and electric sets with Stills backed by The Memphis Horns, as well as drummer Dallas Taylor, bassist Calvin “Fuzzy” Samuels, keyboardist Paul Harris, guitarist Steve Fromholz and percussionist Joe Lala. The acoustic set saw the late David Crosby joining Stills to perform the Crosby, Stills & Nash classics “You Don’t Habe To Cry” and “The Lee Shore.”

Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young recorded Croz’s “The Lee Shore” during the sessions for their 1970 album Déjà Vu but it didn’t appear on an album until the CSNY live record 4 Way Street arrived in April 1971, four months ahead of Stills’ Berkeley concerts.

Listen to “The Lee Shore (with David Crosby)” live in 1971 below:

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