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    David Crosby and Stephen Stills 1971 Solo Albums: Original Full Album Cover Press Proofs. In the year following Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's Déjà Vu LP (1970), each individual member of the group released a solo album. We offer superb press proofs of two of these albums in color on heavy laid-finish paper, 27" x 14" in size and folded once, as follows. David Crosby's If I Could Only Remember My Name (Atlantic SD-7203, 1971): Four front and back cover only proofs- three are full color, one yellow/green. Stephen Stills 2 (Atlantic SD-7206, 1971): Two proofs- one full color, one yellow/green. Please note that these Stills examples show the full 13" x 13.5" artwork which was cropped all around for the actual album cover, rare as such. All very fine or better with only light wear.

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    August, 2014
    23rd Saturday
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