Graham Nash/David Crosby

Graham Nash/David Crosby

by Graham Nash

CD(Jewel Case)

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Product Details

Release Date: 06/24/2008
Label: Wea Int'l
UPC: 0081227992538
catalogNumber: 799253
Rank: 28606

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Graham Nash   Primary Artist,Organ,Acoustic Guitar,Harmonica,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals,Track Performer
Crosby & Nash   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar
Jerry Garcia   Guitar,Steel Guitar
Dave Mason   Guitar
Dana Africa   Flute
John Barbata   Drums
David Crosby   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Vocals
Craig Doerge   Organ,Piano,Keyboards,Electric Piano
Chris Ethridge   Bass,Keyboards
Danny Kortchmar   Bass,Guitar
Bill Kreutzmann   Drums
Russ Kunkel   Drums
Phil Lesh   Bass
Arthur Maebe   Horn,French Horn
George Price   Horn,French Horn
Greg Reeves   Bass
Leland Sklar   Bass
Danny Kootch   Guitar
David Mason   Guitar
David Duke   Horn,French Horn

Technical Credits

Crosby & Nash   Producer
Graham Nash   Composer,Producer
David Crosby   Producer
David Geffen   Direction
Bill Halverson   Producer,Engineer
Elliot Roberts   Direction
Doc Storch   Engineer
Claude Nobs   Liner Notes,Re-Release Coordinator
Urs Tschuppert   Booklet Design
Thierry Amsallem   Re-Release Coordinator
Andree Buchler   Re-Release Coordinator

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Graham Nash/David Crosby 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
GREAT from start to finish. Sounds good evern 30 years later.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is undoubtedly the finest album these guys ever released, it sounds as good today as it did when I first heard it in the early 70's. An endless breath of fresh air.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A great work, but a little introspective -- the casual fan might not want to delve past the songs that had some radio airplay (Southbound Train, Immigration Man...), but for those of us who came under its spell nearly 30 years ago, this is a REAL treasure. It's a shame that it took so long to get from LP to CD, and only then was it available as an import. I had this on reel-to-reel 30 years ago so I couldn't wait for a 'noise-free' CD to appear ( believe me, I starting looking in 1986). Why the wait (and why only the import ?) I've heard that there were contractual problems in getting this released ( many of the labels from the sixties have been held up for TOO MANY years in a similar fashion, ex. James Gang's 1st on One-Way Records). It is gratifying to see that Ahmet Ertegun has written in the (sort of) liner notes (1999): "This album is one of 50 titles that are being reissued to commemorate Atlantic's 50th Anniversary, a series that includes some great moments in the history of the label." Enough said.