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Editors’ Notes

Any ‘70s canyon-rock enthusiasts who just can't get enough of Graham Nash's earthy epic solo debut Songs for Beginners, or David Crosby's moody masterpiece If I Could Only Remember My Name are sure to find a familiar warmth in the compositions that comprise 1972's Graham Nash & David Crosby. The C and N of CSN&Y sing every one of these songs with their trademark velvety voices, blending them together like chocolate and peanut butter. Their complex vocal architectures come off cool and breezy, most noticeably on the opening "Southbound Train" and in the chorus of "Strangers Room," where their honeyed harmonies sound especially golden. "Girl to Be On My Mind" is a standout love song somewhat reminiscent of post-Parsons Byrds, while the beautifully melancholic "The Wall Song" boasts the Grateful Dead's Jerry Garcia on guitar, Phil Lesh on bass and Billy Kreutzman on drums. There's really not a filler song on here, but the obvious jewel of the album is "Immigration Man," a tune that is as timelessly catchy as it is lyrically poignant. 

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A Masterpiece

It's a shame this whole disc isn't on here, but this record is a gem. Girl to be on my Mind and Page 43 are two of the best songs the 70s ever saw. This and If I Could Only Remember My Name are, in my humblest of opinions, two of the greatest albums ever recorded. Now if we could only get Croz back on stage with JUST Nash, a few Martin guitars and a piano .... BUY THIS ALBUM. Get it as an import if you have to. JUST GET IT.

Please make the rest of this album available!

My mom had this album when I was growing up and I loved it! I would love to have Southbound Train and Frozen Smiles available too. Immigration Man is a great sone!

Graham Nash & David Crosby

This is a truly magnificent album. It is so sad that the whole album isnt included. I Think that it is a great shame that "Southbound Train" isn't included. This is a rare and little known treasure. Enjoy

Biography

Born: February 2, 1942 in Blackpool, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Graham Nash is one of the most durable musical figures to have emerged from the 1960s, both as a supporting musician and a star in his own right, and a key figure in both the British Invasion and the '70s singer/songwriter era that followed. As a harmony singer and sometime lead singer with the Hollies and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, his voice is among the most familiar in two distinct eras and schools of rock music. Graham Nash was born in Manchester, England, and his musical future was determined...
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