Suggested Pop & Rock Musicians-3

LOS LOBOS * JACKSON BROWNE * BUFFALO SPRINGFIELD * CROSBY, STILLS, NASH (& YOUNG) * MANASSAS * DAVID CROSBY * JEFFERSON AIRPLANE * BYRDS * FLYING BURRITO BROTHERS * LITTLE FEAT * BONNIE RAITT

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Great rock guitar rave-up:

Featuring Los Lobos & other performers:

More great blues/rock guitar from Los Lobos’ Hidalgo & Rosas with guest Derek Trucks:





Stephen Stills’ and Neil Young’s first band:

This song features vocals by another band member, Richie Furay:

Crosby, Stills and Nash perform song written by David Crosby, Paul Kantner (of Jefferson Airplane), and Stephen Stills:

For Jefferson Airplane version of “Wooden Ships” scroll down page.

David Crosby wrote these next three:

Volume 1 of a 4-part video (audio only):

Written by Neil Young; performed by Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young:

Ditto the above note for this one:

Stephen Stills’ band with Chris Hillman (of the Byrds):

Recent Stills band with Barry Goldberg & Kenny Wayne Sheppard:

David Crosby with Becca Stevens (see Pop & Rock Musicians p. 10) and others:

Lyrics to “Wind on the Water”:

Over the years you have been hunted
by the men who threw harpoons
And in the long run he will kill you
just to feed the pets we raise,
put the flowers in your vase
and make the lipstick for your face.
Over the years you swam the ocean
Following feelings of your own
Now you are washed up on the shoreline
I can see your body lie
It's a shame you have to die
to put the shadow on our eye
Maybe we'll go
Maybe we'll disappear
It's not that we don't know
It's just that we don't want to care.
Under the bridges
Over the foam
Wind on the water
Carry me home.


Live at Monterrey Pop Festival, 1967.  Set list: Somebody To Love; High Flyng Bird; Today:

Playlist of full album Volunteers:

For Crosby, Stills and Nash version of “Wooden Ships” scroll up page.

Final version of the Airplane performs: Marty Balin : Vocals; Paul Kantner : Guitar;  vocals; Jorma Kaukonen : Lead guitar;  Jack Casady : Bass; Grace Slick : Vocals, piano;  Spencer Dryden : Drums;  Joey Covington: Congas & cowbells:



Entire album:


Amazing outtake that’s as good as–or better than–the released version:

The Country side of the Byrds featuring new member Gram Parsons:

The entire album of Sweetheart of the Rodeo:

Excellent Dylan cover:

Playlist of entire 1973 Byrds reunion album and then some:


Former Byrds Gram Parsons & Chris Hillman formed The Flying Burrito Brothers which achieved artistic, if not commercial, success.  Parsons, who sings lead here, left again to pursue a solo career, soon partnering with Emmylou Harris before she became famous:

Song below written by Keith Richards & Mick Jagger:


Short-lived country-rock group included ex-Byrd Chris Hillman and ex-Buffalo Springfield member Richie Furay:

These video feature the third “star” of SHF (John David Souther):



The late Lowell George sings his witty “Dixie Chicken” supported by his band Little Feat and with Emmylou Harris and Bonnie Raitt:

Another great Lowell George song:



Bonnie Raitt & CSN:

Bonnie & BB:

Bonnie’s cover of a Talking Heads tune:

Ms. Raitt performs a Dylan blues:

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