Graham Nash David Crosby

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Graham Nash/David Crosby is the first album by the partnership of David Crosby and Graham Nash, released on Atlantic Records in 1972, catalogue SD 7220. It peaked at #4 on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, and a single taken from the album, "Immigration Man," peaked at #36 on the Billboard Hot 100 on June 10, 1972. The album was dedicated to Joni Mitchell, as "to Miss Mitchell."


After the split of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young in the summer of 1970, all four members would release solo albums over the course of the ensuing 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. Crosby and Nash embarked on a series of concerts together in 1971, deciding to take the new songs audited on the road into the recording studio.


Sessions for this album featured backing from notable guests Dave Mason and members of The Grateful Dead Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh and Bill Kreutzmann. Most of the musical support came from The Section, consisting of Craig Doerge, Danny Kortchmar, Leland Sklar, and......
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