13 Songs, 51 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The CSNY icon explores love and loss on his first solo album in 14 years.

Mastered for iTunes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The CSNY icon explores love and loss on his first solo album in 14 years.

Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
33 Ratings
33 Ratings
no nickname avaialbe ,

What a surprise

Graham is still writing and singing some amazing songs. I am so enjoying this new album. It was a surprise to see that he came out with a new record and my day is gonna be a good one now.

Dr. Buzz VonJellar ,

Brave + Beautifully Crafted + Real = Stunning

Buy it. Absorb it. Enjoy it! Sir Graham Nash is one of the coolest people walking the Earth. This album is rich and thoughtful, but like all of Graham's work, it's straight forward and enjoyable. When I think of all the musico crapola pumped out these days, this is a stunner. Well done Sir!! As an aside, as this album closed, a thought popped into my head, "Take that Crosby."

measkren ,

Introspective and Personal

“This Path Tonight” finds Graham Nash at his most introspective and personal. Long a fan of black and white photography (this is his third album with a black and white cover), Nash presents a cover that reflects the stark nature of the songs here. In the songs, Nash explores the direction his life has taken, his recent divorce, his new-found love, relations with previous musicians, and the eventual end of life with remarkable candor. Gone are the huge political anthems that were the stuff of previous albums, particularly his cul-de-force “Songs for Beginners,” although the iTunes version of the album contains a couple of political tunes to satisfy some listeners. But Nash himself has stated he wanted a more intimate album, and in large part he has succeeded.

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