It’s a matter of some contention if the Frozen Noses should even certainly be a group, because they never released any information or played live. Nevertheless, the music group — if indeed they can be known as that — take up a significant put in place the lore of Crosby, Stills & Nash that significant fans from the band tend to be interested in, and desire clarified. Fundamentally, the Frozen Noses had been the duo of David Crosby and Stephen Stills, who in middle-1968 documented a three-track demonstration of tracks that appeared in the initial Crosby, Stills & Nash record: “Guinevere,” “49 Bye-Byes,” and “VERY LONG TIME Eliminated.” Somehow LA disk jockey B. Mitchell Reed got a duplicate and performed them on the air, where he attributed the recordings towards the Frozen Noses. For why the name Frozen Noses was chosen, David Crosby verified in Dave Zimmer’s Crosby, Stills & Nash: The Authorized Biography, “Stills and I had been beginning to become cokeheads at that time, therefore the name Frozen Noses was, well, it spoke for itself.” When Graham Nash became a member of the duo following this documenting, Crosby, Stills & Nash had been born. For the music itself, the demonstration versions were pretty near to the types that finished up on Crosby, Stills & Nash, with “VERY LONG TIME Eliminated” and “49 Bye-Byes” offering full-band arrangements. The most obvious difference was the lack of Graham Nash’s harmonies; also, “VERY LONG TIME Eliminated” has extra lyrics, and “49 Bye-Byes” offers some backwards results. All three songs possess surfaced on bootleg.