Crosby & Nash
|Tags:||folk rock classic rock singer-songwriter folk rock csny 70s|
|Decades:||1970s 1990s 2000s|
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Formed in 1972 by David Crosby (14 August 1941, Los Angeles, California, USA) and Graham Nash (b. 2 February 1942, Blackpool, Lancashire, England), this highly successful duo was an offshoot of the supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash And Young. Initially, they specialized in intimate all-acoustic shows characterized by stoned anecdotes and inspired vocals. Fresh from the concert floor, they recorded Graham Nash/David Crosby which included some of their best work, most notably Nashs Immigration Man and Crosbys superb question and answer songs, Where Will I Be? and Page 43. It was three years before the CSN&Y wheel of fortune again brought together Crosby And Nash as a recording duo. After appearing on albums by Neil Young, James Taylor and Carole King, they reactivated their partnership, switched from Atlantic Records to ABC Records and set about recording Wind On The Water. Released in 1975, the album was a solid set...