Wild Tales Graham Nash
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- 1Wild Tales02:20
- 2Hey You (Looking At The Moon)02:16
- 3Prison Song03:12
- 4You'll Never Be The Same02:51
- 5And So It Goes04:48
- 6Grave Concern02:46
- 7Oh! Camil (The Winter Song)02:54
- 8I Miss You03:04
- 9On The Line02:36
- 10Another Sleep Song04:45
Info zu Wild Tales
Only Graham Nash's second solo album--he never recorded as many solo projects as his CSN&Y cohorts, instead preferring to work in duos and trios, most often with buddy David Crosby--1973's „Wild Tales“ is nearly as strong as its predecessor, 1971's „Songs For Beginners“. Nash has the strongest pop instincts of any member of CSN&Y--he was the original lead singer for '60s pop gods the Hollies, after all--and like his debut, „Wild Tales“ is a smartly-produced collection of catchy, low-key pop songs.
The overall vibe of „Wild Tales“ slots in nicely with the growing California-rock ethos of the mid-70s; think Linda Ronstadt, the Eagles and Buckingham Nicks-era Fleetwood Mac. 'And So it Goes' and 'Another Sleep Song' are lovely minor-key ballads, but the true standout is the brilliant 'Oh Camille (The Winter Soldier),' one of Nash's finest ever tunes.
Graham Nash, vocals, guitars, piano, electric piano, keyboards, drums
Joel Bernstein, vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboards
David Lindley, vocals, guitar, slide guitar, mandolin, violin
David Crosby, vocals, guitar
Joni Mitchell, vocals
Dave Mason, guitar, 12-string guitar
Harry Halex, acoustic guitar, piano, electric piano
Ben Keith, steel guitar, dobro
Joe Yankee, piano
Tim Drummond, bass
John Barbata, drums
Recorded at Rudy Records, San Francisco, California
Engineered by Don Gooch
Produced by Graham Nash
has helped shape the world around him through ideas, innovations, and influential works of art for more than four decades. One of music’s most legendary singer-songwriters and vocal harmonists, Nash has been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame twice - with The Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash - and is in the Songwriters Hall of Fame. He is also an internationally renowned photographer and digital imaging pioneer. In 1990, his passion for photography led him to establish Nash Editions, recognized by the Smithsonian for its role in the invention of digital fine art printing.
Born in the seacoast town of Blackpool, England, and raised near Manchester, Nash was appointed OBE (Order of the British Empire) by Queen Elizabeth in 2010. That same year, the group with which he first rose to fame, British Invasion icons The Hollies (named for Buddy Holly), were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Their 1960's chart success rivaled that of the Beatles and the Stones with hits including “On A Carousel,” “Bus Stop,” “Carrie Anne,” “King Midas In Reverse,” and “Pay You Back With Interest.” In 2011, the DVD documentary The Hollies: Look Through Any Window 1963-1975 was released, featuring live performances, vintage television appearances, and new interviews. The film was produced in cooperation with Nash and other Hollies members.
Nash departed The Hollies in 1968, and went on to form Crosby, Stills & Nash (CSN) with David Crosby and Stephen Stills after connecting and harmonizing with them in Laurel Canyon. Among the classic songs he’s composed for CSN (and CSN&Y) - with whom he still tours and records - are “Marrakesh Express,” “Teach Your Children,” “Our House,” “Lady Of The Island,” and “Just A Song Before I Go.” The trio’s landmark 1969 debut earned CSN that year’s GRAMMY® for Best New Artist. Neil Young joined them for the follow-up, 1970’s #1 CSN&Y debut Déjà Vu - both albums are included on Rolling Stone’s list of the 500 Greatest Albums Of All Time. Other highlights include the 1971 CSN&Y live double-LP 4 Way Street, CSN’s Daylight Again (1982), and CSN&Y’s American Dream (1988) and Looking Forward (1999).
As a solo artist, Nash’s repertoire reaches back to 1971’s Songs For Beginners, which introduced signature songs including “Military Madness” and “We Can Change The World” - it is bookended by 2002’s Songs For Survivors, his latest solo title. Nash’s ongoing collaboration as a duo with David Crosby also dates back that far, a partnership captured early on with the 1971 live recording Another Stoney Evening. In 2011, digital/vinyl editions of that album became the inaugural releases on Blue Castle Records, the duo’s new label, followed up by the DVD release of Crosby-Nash: In Concert, presenting a full show, filmed in high definition, from their 2011 U.S. tour. All aspects of Nash’s musical life are surveyed in the three - CD retrospective boxed set Reflections (2009).
With his photography, Nash has drawn honors including the New York Institute of Technology’s Arts & Technology Medal and Honorary Doctorate of Humane Letters and the Hollywood Film Festival’s inaugural Hollywood Visionary Cyber Award. His work is collected in the book Eye to Eye: Photographs by Graham Nash; he curated others’ work in the volume Taking Aim: Unforgettable Rock ‘n’ Roll Photographs Selected by Graham Nash (2009). In 1990, his passion for photography led him to establish Nash Editions, which evolved out of experimentation in the late 1980's scanning and manipulating Nash’s photographs on a computer. Now one of the world’s top fine art photographic printmaking houses, Nash Editions is recognized by the Smithsonian Institution for its role in the invention of digital fine art printing. Since 2005, its first IRIS 3047 printer and one of its first published works - Nash’s 1969 portrait of David Crosby - have been in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History.
As ever, Nash’s passionate voice continues to be heard in support of peace, and social and environmental justice. The No Nukes/Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE) concerts he organized with Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, and John Hall in 1979 remain seminal benefit events. In 2011, Nash was instrumental in bringing MUSE back to the forefront with a concert to benefit Japan disaster relief and groups promoting non-nuclear energy worldwide. In addition to CSN, the event at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Northern California featured Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt, Jason Mraz, Tom Morello, the Doobie Brothers, Kitaro, Sweet Honey in the Rock, and Jonathan Wilson. Also in 2011, Nash was part of the line-up for an all-star concert benefiting the Fund for Civility, Respect, and Understanding in Tucson, Arizona.
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