David Crosby And Graham Nash – Crosby-Nash

First album of joint material since 1976's Whistling Down The Wire

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While Neil Young and Steve Stills were busy love-hating each other all those years ago, David Crosby and Graham Nash became fast friends and produced commendable joint efforts like 1972’s Graham Nash, David Crosby. Their new double album ploughs the smooth furrow of middle-aged sagacity, with the duo’s still-heavenly harmonies embedded in warm acoustic settings. Don’t look to the good-guy Manc and the walrus-chopped one for Neil Young-style grit and truculence, but do enjoy Crosby-Nash for what it is: the sound of mellow LA serenity.

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