Heartland - Graham Nash - Reflections (CDr)

Simple Man - Graham Nash Better Days - Graham Nash Military Madness - Graham Nash Sleep Song - Graham Nash Wild Tales - Graham Nash Prison Song - Graham Nash On The Line - Graham Nash Another Sleep Song - Graham Nash. Critical Mass B. Wind On The Water 2. Cold Rain - Graham Nash Magical Child - Graham Nash Sad Eyes - Graham Nash Chippin' Away - Graham Nash 3. Michael Hedges Here. I Surrender.

Live On The Wall. Dirty Little Secret. We Breathe the Same Air. Jesus of Rio. In Your Name. Music Videos. On a Carousel The Hollies. More by Graham Nash. Songs for Beginners Wind On the Water This Path Tonight Deluxe Edition Whistling Down the Wire Featured On. Comfort Zone Apple Music. Jake's Wedding! Playlist Time Crisis. Our House. Teach Your Children. Right Between the Eyes. I Used to Be a King. Simple Man.

Man in the Mirror. Better Days. Military Madness. Sleep Song. Southbound Train. Immigration Man. Wild Tales. Prison Song. On the Line. You'll Never Be the Same. Sleep Song Southbound Train Immigration Man Wild Tales Prison Song Oh Camil the Winter Soldier On the Line You'll Never Be the Same Another Sleep Song.

To the Last Whale 2. Critical Mass 3. Wind On the Water 4. Fieldworker 5. Cowboy of Dreams 6. Love Work Out 7. Marguerita 8.

GRAHAM NASH: Reflections (3 CD Set) 11 June The set moves pretty much chronologically, beginning with the pop hits Nash scored in the s with British Invasion heroes the Hollies before moving on to his work with Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young), as well as the Crosby & Nash side project, and of course, Nash's solo recordings.

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  1. – Graham Nash: Right Between The Eyes: – Graham Nash: I Used To Be A King: – Graham Nash: Simple Man: – Graham Nash: Man In The Mirror: – Graham Nash: Better Days: – Graham Nash: Military Madness: – Graham Nash: Sleep Song: – Graham Nash: Chicago / We.
  2. Yet Graham Nash has never been thought of as a talent in his own right the way that, to varying degrees, either of his three bandmates in Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young have. This three-CD, track box set can be seen as both a way of focusing the spotlight on Nash 's work both within and outside of his famous bands, and also as a career retrospective of sorts, spanning as it does about 40 years of recordings.9/
  3. This deluxe package features a page booklet with 75 classic and unseen photos and track notes by Graham Nash. Arranged chronologically, REFLECTIONS spans Nash’s recordings from to , starting with a trio of singles he released with The Hollies in “On A Carousel,” “Carrie Anne” and “King Midas In Reverse.”.
  4. Reflections is a career-spanning 3-CD box set by British singer-songwriter Graham Nash including solo material, highlights from groups including The Hollies and various permutations of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and previously unreleased tracks.. The release was compiled by Nash, who also compiled box sets for David Crosby and Stephen Stills.. Track listingGenre: Rock.
  5. May 15,  · Over the course of its three discs, Reflections chronicles the long, rich career of Graham Nash. The set moves pretty much chronologically, beginning with the pop hits Nash scored in the s with British Invasion heroes the Hollies before moving on to his work with Crosby, Stills & Nash (and sometimes Young), as well as the Crosby & Nash side project, and of course, Nash's solo recordings.
  6. Acoustic Guitar, Vocals – Graham Nash Mixed By – Graham Nash, Stanley Johnston Producer – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Recorded By – Bill Halverson Written-By – Graham Nash: – Graham Nash: I Used To Be A King.
  7. Graham Nash (tracks 1–2, 9, 16, 19–22, 24) phonographic copyright by: Atlantic Recording Corporation (not for release label use! copyrights holder, distributor within the US) () (tracks 4–6).
  8. Graham Nash's best songs from The Hollies, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young and his own solo work has not been off my CD player since I bought it. There are some awesome new mixes and rare tracks (some unreleased like the demo with Carole King) and the superb song he wrote for a /5(58).
  9. May 25,  · Stretching from Nash's early hits as a co-founding member of Britain's The Hollies (with close friend Allan Clarke) to his solo material and collaborations with, initially, David Crosby and Stephen Stills, (supposedly, thanks to their meeting in at a party in The Mamas & The Papas' Cass Elliot's house) then Neil Young, Reflections follows the same path that Crosby's equivalent triple disc set .

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