Each member brings something different to the table and these attributes were described quite succinctly by a very funny David Crosby, Stills
he said was the group's rocker, whilst Nash's pop sensibility helped write songs that people liked to sing, whilst Crosby himself wrote the "weird s***".
Changing faces: Graham, above left, with David Crosby and Stephen Stills
Jim Wayne Miller, three of whose essays appear in this volume, was a personal friend of Still
and traveled abroad with him on more than one occasion; he was thus in a unique position to provide biographical insights of the sort that make "Jim Dandy: James Still
at Eighty" such delightful reading.
She was busy and I'd already dragged her all over the place, on a moment's notice, taking stills
, including Atom Egoyan in a memorable cameo as an Atom Egoyan impersonator.
Two chapters, about a third of the Still
section of the book, relate the fascinating slave-hunting tragedy of Lancaster Country in 1851, dubbed the "Treason at Christiana.
Much of the responsibility for his odd position in postwar art must be attributed to Still
Gatewood and Gayle Murchison, five essays penned by Smith, and five primary documents culled from writings by Still
, Arvey, Harold Bruce Forsythe, anti Irving schwerke Collectively, these materials shad light on Still
's aesthetic development (primarily in the 1930s) within the context of the "much-contested personal, professional, and cultural landscape in which he worked" (p.
The untinted cover allows sunlight to enter the still
for rapid water evaporation.
Prior to earning his station of prominence in concert halls, William Grant Still
developed his craft as an arranger and orchestrator for such notables as Paul Whiteman, Artie Shaw, W.
Drag and zoom to better inspect small areas for both still
images and movies
and Nash, Sage Gateshead 'WE'RE supposed to be dead,' says David Crosby, very much alive and celebrating continued creativity.
In principle, the film they watch is a single long take of a screen on which many shorter shots are projected: First there are sixty-one very short shots, presumably edited in-camera, of the two men taking still
photographs of a residential neighborhood, empty lots, and each other; then, from a single camera setup in a sequence of eighteen jump cuts, we see Fisher develop the rolls of 35-mm still
film and, in three more, hang them to dry in another corner of the darkroom.
Like those albums, this is a beautiful mixture of all those influences that Stills
absorbed in his youth.
Reviews of CSNY's current dates mention shimmering renditions of the airy ballad ``Guinnevere'' by Crosby and Nash; ``Long Time Gone'' (highlighted by dueling solos from guitarists Stills
and Young); the 40-year-old ``For What It's Worth,'' recorded by Buffalo Springfield; and the still
-relevant ``Ohio,'' about the government's tragic attempt to stifle student protest at Kent State.
Accordingly these "documentary" pictures are mostly either landscape or still
life (and these gain importance in his later work).