Limited vinyl LP pressing. Bittersweet legendary early tape of Crosby & Nash's second album, which was officially released as Wind On The Water. This album features the first two Crosby & Nash written collaborations: "Naked in the Rain" and the brilliant "To the Last Whale" suite. After the summer 1974 tour by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, the quartet made a second attempt at a new CSNY studio album. Like the attempt from 1973, this proved fruitless, although the track "Through My Sails" showed up on the 1975 Zuma album by Neil Young. The quartet pursued their own directions, Young forming a new version of Crazy Horse to record Zuma, and Stephen Stills resuming his solo career with a new album in early 1975. David Crosby and Graham Nash opted to reactivate the partnership that had yielded a tour and an album in 1971 and 1972. This time they made it a going concern rather than a one-off happenstance, signing a three-album deal with ABC Records, of which this album was the first of their contract.