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Down the Road (Manassas album)

Down the Road
Manassas
Released April 23, 1973
Genre Country rock, Rock
Length 30:50
Label Atlantic
Producer Stephen Stills, Chris Hillman, Dallas Taylor
Stephen Stills chronology

Manassas
(1972)
Down the Road
(1973)
Stills
(1975)
Manassas chronology
Manassas
(1972)
Down the Road
(1973)
Pieces
(2009)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 2.5/5 stars[1]

Down The Road is the second and last album by Stephen Stills' band Manassas. It was released in 1973.

The album was not very well received. Rolling Stone was especially critical, saying "[i]t would be sad to think the people involved put this record out not because of business pressures but because they were proud of it."[2] It only made it to #26 on the Billboard album charts[3] and its single, "Isn't It About Time", only made it to #56 on the Billboard singles charts.[4]

Track listing

All tracks composed by Stephen Stills; except where indicated

  1. "Isn't It About Time" – 3:02
  2. "Lies" (Chris Hillman) – 2:55
  3. "Pensamiento" (Stills, Nelson Escoto) – 2:36
  4. "So Many Times" (Hillman, Stills) – 3:30
  5. "Business on the Street" – 2:55
  6. "Do You Remember The Americans" – 2:05
  7. "Down The Road" – 3:16
  8. "City Junkies" – 2:50
  9. "Guaguancó de Veró" (Stills, Joe Lala) – 2:51
  10. "Rollin' My Stone" (Stills, Calvin Samuel) – 4:50

Personnel

  • Stephen Stills - guitar, piano, bass, vocals
  • Dallas Taylor - drums
  • Chris Hillman - guitar, bass, mandolin, vocals
  • Joe Lala - percussion, vocals
  • Al Perkins - guitar, pedal steel guitar, banjo
  • Calvin "Fuzzy" Samuel - bass, vocals
  • Paul Harris - piano
  • Joe Walsh - slide guitar
  • Bobby Whitlock - keyboards
  • Sydney George - flute
  • Jerry Aiello - organ
  • Charlie Grimes - guitar
  • Guille Garcia - percussion
  • Lachy Espinol - percussion
  • Pat Arnold - vocals

References


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