Long May You Run
Long May You Run, from 1976, was supposed to be a full-blown CSNandY album, but Stephen Stills and Neil Young ditched their, uh, pals by erasing all their vocals without prior notice. At the same time, Young allegedly grew tired of Stills' drug and alcohol abuse, while Stills believed Young wasn't offering up his best tunes. Oddly enough, none of this strife comes through in the music. In fact, the two sound as if they're a couple of beach bums gently grooving after splitting a bottle of spiced rum.