Graham Nash and David Crosby revealed that they're working on a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young live disc that gathers material from the group's 1974 reunion tour. 

"We recorded nine of the 35 stadium shows we did," remarks Nash. "We have about 42 songs and we're busy mixing them. We have about 12 to 15 mixes under our belt. We're talking to Neil about the resolution he wants everything at. Because of the world Neil is in, he wants it at the highest possible."

The pair also said it was a "thrill" to sing a Miley Cyrus song with Jimmy Fallon as 'Neil Young' on a recent episode of the funnyman's late-night talk show.

Nash says that he was a fan of Fallon's previous impersonations of Young, and that the pair was excited to sing with him on the Miley Cyrus tune 'Party in the U.S.A.' "It was kinda daunting because you have to make fun of yourselves," explained Nash to "It was a thrill to do that song with Jimmy because he has a deep love for Neil, and he's a great rock 'n' roll fan."

Finally, Crosby and Nash both said they were happy to see Young, Steven Stills and Richie Furay playing Buffalo Springfield shows. Crosby added that he would see them in Santa Barbara, Calif., where they're playing gigs Tuesday (June 7) and Wednesday (June 8).

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