Stephen Stills was (and still is) a passionate champion of liberal causes and Mimi Fariña's Bread & Roses Folk Festival was a highpoint for any discerning artist with such political persuasion. Held at U.C. Berkeley's Greek Theater from September 2-4 1978, Stephen Stills was actually a last-minute addition to the bill, performing alongside Hoyt Axton. Pulling only two songs from his then new album Thoroughfare Gap to include in his solo acoustic set, an emotionally-pronounced Stills had ample room to explore his back catalog of solo, CSNY and CSN songs. Klondike's retrospective release of this seminal appearance by Stephen Stills authorizes a valuable snapshot in his career as a sincere and passionate performing artist. His surprise guest appearance in September 1978 is now recognized as a highpoint in his live work and is presented here in its entirety. Digitally remastered. Includes background liner notes.