|Studio album by|
|Released||September 11, 1991|
|Recorded||Audio Vision Studios, Miami, Florida. Except "The Right Girl" (Recorded) & "Amazonia" (Recorded & Mixed) at the Record Plant by Stephen Stills & Gerry Tolman.|
|Label||Vision Records, Gold Hill Records|
|Producer||Stephen Stills, Ron Albert, Howard Albert, Steve Alaimo, Gerry Tolman|
|Stephen Stills chronology|
Stills Alone is a studio album released in 1991 by American musician Stephen Stills. The album features Stills on acoustic and electric guitar, with minimal or no backing on the majority of the tracks. "Amazonia" features some percussion backing. The cover photograph was by Henry Diltz.
Singer/songwriter Ray Lamontagne has noted in interviews that track ten on this album, "Treetop Flyer," is the song that convinced him to pursue a career in music.
All tracks composed by Stephen Stills, except where noted.
|Isn't It So||3:14|
|Everybody's Talkin'||3:20||Fred Neil|
|Just Isn't Like You||2:01|
|In My Life||2:10||John Lennon, Paul McCartney|
|Ballad of Hollis Brown||3:30||Bob Dylan|
|The Right Girl||2:54||Stills/Pogue|
|Blind Fiddler Medley||4:37||Trad.|
- Chrispell, J. (2011). "Stills Alone - Stephen Stills". AllMusic. Retrieved 26 July 2011.
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