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  1. Sep 07,  · Issued in a textured matte surface jacket. The jacket's liner is embossed with Joni Mitchell's painting of Nash. The inside the front cover of the jacket is printed with the word "Hello!" in pink on black 4/5().
  2. To start with, I have to say I love Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and everything that has ever come from any combinations of the four. Graham Nash's solo album Wild Tales is no exception, it's actually one of my favourites. The bookends are "Wild Tales" and "Another Sleep Song" are incredibly touching, and the material is strong all the way through/5(70).
  3. To start with, I have to say I love Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young and everything that has ever come from any combinations of the four. Graham Nash's solo album Wild Tales is no exception, it's actually one of my favourites. The bookends are "Wild Tales" and "Another Sleep Song" are incredibly touching, and the material is strong all the way through/5(78).
  4. In Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young: The Wild, Definitive Saga of Rock's Greatest Supergroup, longtime music journalist and Rolling Stone writer David Browne presents the ultimate deep dive into rock and roll's most musical and turbulent brotherhood on the occasion of its 50th anniversary. Featuring exclusive interviews with David Crosby and Graham Nash along with /5().
  5. The book’s title is a bit misleading: this isn’t a collection of “wild tales” about the author’s rock ’n’ roll life; there are some such tales, of course—the story of Nash’s friend and bandmate David Crosby’s long battle with drug addiction, for example—but overall the book is simply the story of a man’s life and his /5().
  6. Wild Tales, an Album by Graham Nash. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Folk Rock. Featured peformers: Graham Nash (vocals, producer, writer), Tim Drummond (bass), Don Gooch (engineer), Stanley Johnston (assistant engineer), Gary Burden (art direction), Joni Mitchell (illustration), Joel Bernstein (photography).
  7. Although arguably not the strongest piece on the LP, the up-tempo title composition from Nash 's second effort, Wild Tales (), is included here. marked a new level of interaction from the pair as they signed a deal with ABC Records.
  8. In "Wild Tales," Graham Nash tells a few about the supergroup constantly at each other’s throats in drug-fueled rages while the world grooved to the harmonies of Crosby, Stills, Nash and.
  9. Mar 23,  · Passages that Crosby says were fabricated from Nash's memoir Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life appear to have soured their relationship. “Graham’s book is full of inaccuracies and chock-full of.

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