℗ 1972 Atlantic Records
 

Graham Nash David Crosby

Graham Nash, David Crosby

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1
Southbound Train
Graham Nash; David Crosby
3:54
2
Whole Cloth
Graham Nash; David Crosby
4:35
3
Blacknotes
Graham Nash; David Crosby
0:58
4
Strangers Room
Graham Nash; David Crosby
2:28
5
Where Will I Be?
Graham Nash; David Crosby
3:22
6
Page 43
Graham Nash; David Crosby
2:56
7
Frozen Smiles
Graham Nash; David Crosby
2:17
8
Games
Graham Nash; David Crosby
4:02
9
Girl to Be on My Mind
Graham Nash; David Crosby
3:27
10
The Wall Song
Graham Nash; David Crosby
4:35
11
Immigration Man
Graham Nash; David Crosby
4:37
Total Playing Time    37:11
Graham Nash David Crosby is the first album by the partnership of David Crosby and Graham Nash, released on Atlantic Records in 1972.

After the split of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the summer of 1970, all four members would release solo albums over the next twelve months. Neil Young and Stephen Stills would both pursue independent band projects through the early years of the decade, Young working with Crazy Horse and the Stray Gators, with Stills assembling Manassas. Both If I Could Only Remember My Name and Songs for Beginners respectively by Crosby and Nash fared well in the marketplace, and in the autumn of 1971 the duo embarked on a series of concerts together, unable or unwilling to include Stills and Young. The success of the tour led Crosby and Nash to take the new songs auditioned on the road into the recording studio.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino Atlantic Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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