Progrography

Graham Nash
Death of a great band, book the Nth, included the compelling first chapter, Songs For Beginners, and wild tales that seemed tame in the telling. Like David Crosby, Nash is not a profilic songwriter (and thus not a genuine solo artist like Stills or Young), though as the Crosby & Nash experiment proved they can each carry about half the load when asked to. An ill-advised attempt to update his sound with synthesizers (Innocent Eyes) ushered in 16 years of solo silence, broken by the acoustic Songs For Survivors. In 2009, a 3-disc Retrospective was released that reconciled his solo work with C&N, CS&N, CSN&Y and even a couple of old Hollies tunes.

Date ALBUMS / Singles
1971 May Chicago
1971 June SONGS FOR BEGINNERS
1971 September Military Madness
1971 November Used To Be A King
1973 November Prison Song
1973 December WILD TALES
1974 March On The Line
1974 August Grave Concern
1980 January In The 80's
1980 March Out On The Island
1980 March EARTH & SKY
1980 May Earth & Sky
1986 April Innocent Eyes
1986 April INNOCENT EYES
1986 July Sad Eyes
1986 October Chippin' Away
2002 April 30 SONGS FOR SURVIVORS
2002 Lost Another One
2009 February 3 REFLECTIONS

SEE ALSO...
Graham Nash Discography (The Beginning & the N)
CROSBY, STILLS & NASH discography
CROSBY & NASH discography
DAVID CROSBY discography
JONI MITCHELL discography
STEPHEN STILLS discography
Dave Mason: It's Like You Never Left

 

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