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Daylight Again Studio album by Crosby, Stills & Nash Released June 21, 1982 (U.S.) Recorded 1980-1981 at Rudy Records, Devonshire Sound and Sea West Genre Rock Length 39:50 Label Atlantic Producer David Crosby, Stephen Stills, Graham Nash Crosby, Stills & Nash chronology Replay (1980) Daylight Again (1982) Allies (1983) Professional ratings Review scores Source Rating Allmusic [1] The Music Box [2] Daylight Again is a 1982 studio album by the band Crosby, Stills & Nash, their fourth of completely original material, and seventh in total. It peaked at #8 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, the final time the band has made the top ten to date. Three singles were released from the album, all making the Billboard Hot 100: "Wasted on the Way" peaked at #9, "Southern Cross" at #18, and "Too Much Love to Hide" at #69. The genesis of the album lies in recordings made by Stephen Stills and Graham Nash at intervals in 1980 and 1981, the album slated to be a Stills-Nash project. They employed Art Garfunkel, Timothy B. Schmit, and others to sing in place of where David Crosby might have been. Executives at Atlantic Records, however, had little interest in anything but CSN product from any member of the group, and held out for the presence of Crosby, forcing Nash and Stills to start paying for the sessions out-of-pocket.[3] They began to turn toward the company's point of view, however, and decided to invite Crosby to participate at the eleventh hour. He brought two of his own tracks to the album, "Delta," where Stephen and Graham squeezed their vocals into David's already-taped multi-tracked harmonies, and "Might As Well Have A Good Time," which received the bona fide CSN treatment.[4] Most of the recording, however, features other voices in addition to the main trio, a first for any CSNY record, as is the number of outside writers. The song "Daylight Again" evolved out of Stills' guitar-picking to accompany on-stage stories regarding the south in the Civil War, seguing into "Find the Cost of Freedom," which had been the b-side of the "Ohio" single in 1970.[5] As the first album by the band in the video age, such were filmed to accompany the two lead singles, "Southern Cross," featuring the band and shots of one of their favorite metaphors, a sailing vessel, receiving a fair amount of rotation on MTV in 1982 and 1983. The album has been released for compact disc on three occasions: on October 25, 1990; remastered using the original master tapes by Ocean View Digital and reissued on September 20, 1994; and again remastered using the HDCD process and reissued by Rhino Records on January 24, 2006, with four bonus tracks. Contents 1 Track listing 2 2006 Remastered edition bonus tracks 3 Personnel 3.1 Additional personnel 3.2 Production 3.3 Notes Track listing "Turn Your Back On Love" (Stills, Nash, Michael Stergis) – 4:51 "Wasted on the Way" (Nash) – 2:52 "Southern Cross" (Stills, Richard Curtis, Michael Curtis) – 4:41 "Into The Darkness" (Nash) – 3:23 "Delta" (Crosby) – 4:15 "Since I Met You" (Stills, Stergis) – 3:12 "Too Much Love To Hide" (Stills, Gerry Tolman) – 3:58 "Song For Susan" (Nash) – 3:08 "You Are Alive" (Stills, Stergis) – 3:04 "Might As Well Have A Good Time" (Lyrics by Judy Henske, Music by Craig Doerge) – 4:28 "Daylight Again: (a) Daylight Again (b) Find The Cost Of Freedom" (Stills) – 2:36 2006 Remastered edition bonus tracks "Raise A Voice" (Nash, Stills) – 2:34 (originally released on Allies) "Feel Your Love" (Stills, Nash) – 4:28 "Tomorrow Is Another Day" (Stills) – 4:05 "Might As Well Have A Good Time" (Henske, Doerge) – 4:15 (David Crosby demo) Personnel David Crosby – Vocals Stephen Stills – Vocals, Rhodes (1,6), Electric Guitar (1,3,4,6,7,9,12,13,14), Acoustic Guitar (2,3,11a), CP-30 (6), Percussion (7), Banjo (11a), Keyboards (12), Piano (13) Graham Nash – Vocals, Electric Guitar (1,4), Organ (4), Percussion (7), Piano (8), Harmonica (9,12) Additional personnel Joe Vitale – drums (1,3,4,7,9,13,14) George Perry – bass (1,3,4,6,7,9,12,13,14) Michael Finnigan – keyboards (1,9), additional vocal (1,3,6,7,9), CP-30 (3), electric piano (4), piano (7), organ (7,10,13,14) Craig Doerge – synthesizer (1,5,8), keyboards (2,5,12), Rhodes (8), piano (10,14,15), electric piano (13), synth strings (14) Michael Stergis – electric guitar (1,4,7,8), acoustic guitar (2,3,6,8,9,13,14) Timothy B. Schmit – additional vocal (1,2,3,8,9,14), bass (8) Russ Kunkel – drums (2,5,8) Bob Glaub – bass (2) Joe Lala – percussion (2,3,4,6,7,9,13), congas (12) Joel Bernstein – acoustic guitar (2,8) Wayne Goodwin – fiddle (2), celli arrangement (8) Richard T. Bear – piano (3), synthesizer (3) Leland Sklar – bass (5) Dean Parks – electric guitar (5) Jeff Porcaro – drums (6,12) Gerry Tolman – electric guitar (6) Jay Ferguson – organ (8) Roberleigh Barnhart – cello (8) Miguel Martinez – cello (8) Ernie Ehrhardt – cello (8) Art Garfunkel – additional vocal (11) James Newton Howard - keyboards (12) Danny Kortchmar - electric guitar (12) Production Produced by Crosby, Stills & Nash with Stanley Johnston & Steve Gursky except "Delta" & "Might As Well Have A Good Time" produced by Craig Doerge & Stanley Johnston Steve Gursky – engineer Stanley Johnston – engineer Stephen Barncard – engineer Jay Parti – assistant engineer Gerry Lentz – assistant engineer Russell Schmitt – assistant engineer Gordon Rowley – assistant engineer Jerry Hudgins – assistant engineer Jimmy Wachtel – art direction Mac James – design Gilbert Williams – paintings Mark Hanauer – photography Henry Diltz – photography Joe Gastwirt – digital remastering Notes ^ Planer, L. (2011 [last update]). "Daylight Again - Crosby, Stills & Nash | AllMusic". Retrieved 26 July 2011.  ^ Metzger, John (2011 [last update]). "Crosby, Stills & Nash - Daylight Again (Album Review)". Retrieved 26 July 2011.  ^ Zimmer and Diltz, p. 226 ^ Zimmer and Diltz, p. 228 ^ Zimmer and Diltz, op.cit. v · d · eCrosby, Stills, Nash & Young David Crosby · Stephen Stills · Graham Nash · Neil Young Studio albums Crosby, Stills & Nash · Déjà Vu · CSN · Daylight Again · American Dream · Live It Up · After the Storm · Looking Forward Other albums 4 Way Street · So Far · Replay · Allies · CSN (box set) · Carry On · Greatest Hits · Déjà Vu Live · Demos Songs "Suite: Judy Blue Eyes" · "Marrakesh Express" · "Guinnevere" · "Wooden Ships" · "Woodstock" · "Teach Your Children" · "Helpless" · "Our House" · "Ohio" · "Just a Song Before I Go" · "Wasted on the Way" · "Southern Cross" Related bands The Byrds · Buffalo Springfield · The Hollies · CPR · Crosby & Nash · The Stills-Young Band · Manassas · Crazy Horse Related people Joni Mitchell · Judy Collins · Chris Hillman · Cass Elliot · Timothy B. Schmit · Greg Reeves · Dallas Taylor Other related articles Discography