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Mama Lion - David Crosby / Graham Nash* - Wind On The Water (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Oct 10, - Croz is back, again. Singer-songwriter David Crosby releases his latest album, 'Here If You Listen' on Oct.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Live - Crosby & Nash, David Crosby, Graham Nash on AllMusic - - At the time of its original release in November.
  3. Wind On The Water Arranged By [Strings] – David Crosby, Graham Nash, Jimmie Haskell Vocals [Other Harmony] – James Taylor (2) Words By, Music By – Graham Nash Companies, etc.
  4. Originally released in this is the second album that David Crosby and Graham Nash recorded together, coming after the first CSN&Y reunion tour. Crosby & Nash always had the virtue of bringing out the best in each other, and that is the case kairehabolrefefifestprojtifaga.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. In my review of Graham Nash – David Crosby, I wrote: 'Now I finally get it. I don't think David Crosby was an essential musician while I am almost a fan of Graham Nash.' However, on Wind on the Water the setting amazingly turns upside down! Nash has said that this was a fun album to make; I bet, that was because Crosby was delivering excellent songs and Nash himself took the whole thing.
  6. Apr 09,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about David Crosby / Graham Nash* - Wind On The Water at Discogs. Complete your David Crosby / Graham Nash* collection/5().
  7. One of the reasons that Wind on the Water is considered an "aggressive" album is due to songs like this. A powerful, churning rock groove -- somewhat rare for Graham Nash -- drives the song, and it's a great showcase for the Crosby & Nash band's awesome rock & roll chops. Particularly noteworthy are David Lindley's excellent slide guitar solos.
  8. Wind on the Water, an Album by Crosby & Nash. Released in on Falcon (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Folk Rock.
  9. Crosby–Nash Live is a live album released by Crosby & Nash. It was remastered and re-released in with one previously unreleased recording ("Bittersweet"), and one previously unreleased recording and song ("King of the Mountain").

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