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Crosby and Nash Box set, Double CD

4.2 out of 5 stars 19 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD (24 Nov. 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set, Double CD
  • Label: Sanctuary
  • ASIN: B0002HSE90
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,736 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Lay Me Down
  2. Puppeteer
  3. Through Here Quite Often
  4. Grace
  5. Jesus Of Rio
  6. I Surrender
  7. Luck Dragon
  8. Other Side Of Town
  9. Half Your Angels
  10. They Want It All
  11. How Does It Shine

Disc: 2

  1. Don't Dig Here
  2. Milky Way
  3. Charlie
  4. Penguin In A Palm Tree
  5. Michael
  6. Samurai
  7. Shining On Your Dreams
  8. Live On The Wall
  9. My Country Tis Of Thee

Product description

Product Description

After almost thirty years David Crosby and Graham Nash have teamed up again to create a new studio album, the first since 1976's Whistling Down the Wire. The wryly titled Crosby Nash is a mellow and reflective double album, whose tracks range from acoustic folk to melodic rock, all embellished with their trademark heavenly vocal harmonies.

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Casually awaking from 26 years of Rip Van Winkle-proportioned dormancy (this is the pairings' first dispatch, in fact, since punk shot the Sixties generation to oblivion), this eponymous double album of brand new studio material marks the notably gentle return of Messrs Crosby and Nash; the laid back, lush soft-rock Anglo-American harmony equivalent of strawberries and cream. Have they come to cleanse our 21st Century palettes of cynicism, gluttony and self-interest? Why yes, thankfully they haven't changed a bit. The world, however, isn't getting any better. Life's a bitch--wars ("Live On"), greedy capitalists ("They Want It All"), not enough love ("Jesus From Rio")--and while attack is often the best form of defence in such matters of principle, the wispy hippy remonstrations of a rotundular ex-member of The Byrds and a diplomatic former member of The Hollies may--to hardbitten modern ears--seem as inviolable, not to mention as unfashionable, as an old cardigan. But Crosby and Nash are endearing idealists, sounding ever more like slightly credulous boy scouts who are horrified to discover the planet is rife with unutterable turpitude, although Crosby, in all honesty, ought to know a thing or two about drugs, jail and firearms. Their influence endures--Crowded House / Finn Brothers, for example, owe them a debt of gratitude--but it's good that the real deal is back. --Kevin Maidment

Customer Reviews

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Format: Audio CD
It's been worth the wait. Almost 30 years after the last studio album, the plaintive harmonies are back, and I'm glad to hear that the boys haven't changed their style or stance one bit.
Close your eyes, and you'll be in Big Sur, with Joni Mitchell waiting in the wings (but that's another story).
This won't be to everyone's taste, but if, like me, you're a sentimntal old hippy, or even just someone who likes a good tune, this is for you.
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I've been looking forward to the release of this, the first Crosby Nash album for nearly 30 years, since the announcement of the recording sessions in late 2003. Often this amount of anticipation can lead to disappointment, but here is a record that is at least equal to anything that they have been involved with before.
Both David and Grahams singing throughout the piece is superb and the variation of styles makes the length of the album fully justified and palatable. It is clear from the writing credits and from the variety of backing that this record has been crafted by all the players which adds immensely to the enjoyment of the album.
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Having bought the new album through Amazon, I thought it only fair to offer my views.
I'm a fan of GN more than DC but this album has brought out the best in both artists. The standard, in my view, is reminiscent of both their first solo albums. Good songwriting contibutions by David's son and excellent musicianship. I've recently seen the live performance which features at least half of this work - but played more electric and therefore heavier - and excellent it was to, all two and a half hours. In my opinion you won't be disappointed with your purchase.
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By A Customer on 16 Mar. 2006
Format: Audio CD
I came accross this album today at a training seminar. I only heard one track but new I needed to buy this album. What can I say - fantastic. I recommend you turn it up loud to hear the dynamics of the music. A must buy!
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After listening to so many (in my view)mediocre recordings from CSN&Y, Crosby and Nash have certainly "come good" with this album. For me, each song is crafted to perfection and the musicianship and harmonies are second to none. This is a seriously good product so buy it - you won't be disappointed - I hope!
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By Sid Nuncius #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on 16 April 2015
Format: Audio CD
I tried this album (just a decade late!) because I have an immense affection for CSN and Déjà Vu, two albums which were a gigantic feature of my teenage years and which I still play very regularly and with great pleasure. Solo and collaborative albums since then have been rather variable, but I hoped this would be worth a punt, and I was right.

The overall sound is vintage CSN, really. There's plenty of Crosby's modal guitar sound and those utterly distinctive vocal harmonies sound great. No one else has ever quite reproduced that harmonic sound (the same is true of Brian Wilson's own distinctive harmonic sound, too) and it's an immense pleasure to hear it again here. The instrumental and solo vocal work is good, and the effect of the album is very pleasing.

The songs are pretty good. There's nothing here to stand me on my ear the way tracks like Guinevere, Wooden Ships or Carry On did 40-odd years ago, but there's plenty to enjoy. Lyrically they're OK with plenty of right-on messages, which works very well in tracks like Don't Dig Here (one of the album's strongest, I think) but can get a little self-righteously preachy sometimes. Overall, though, it's decent material, often given a big lift by the performances and production, and especially by those magical harmonies.

This isn't a classic, and that old cliché of "it would have made a better single album" comes to mind rather, but it's a very enjoyable album. It might become more of a background record after a play or two than one for close listening, but it has a lovely sound and it's good to hear two true greats making good music together. Recommended.
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I have owned this album since it was released some years back now, but have been playing it again recently. A cassette recording of it has always been in my glove compartment, and I have really enjoyed "bathing in it" after a long and stressful day.

After several rather lacklustre CSN albums in the nineties, this Crosby Nash album is a true return to form. This duo were always very well suited, and their seventies solo albums contained some beautifully crafted hypnotic gems of songs. The inspiration is back again, and we are treated to a feast of some 20 high quality songs, all recorded and played so beautifully, with themes ranging from the environmental to the personal.

This album isn't all mellow acoustics though - there are a couple of rock out tracks , notably Don't Dig Here - but many of the tracks, while not being overtly 'rock', have a subtle, steely determination about them, almost like a benign smile that says, 'don't mess with me!'

Crosby and Nash is an album of wall to wall sublimely crafted harmonies and layered acoustic guitar work of the finest order. How fortunate we are to still have these two troubadours around, and to have been treated to this little bag of jewels.
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So much better than we have any right to expect. While there is undoubtedly some filler and yes , it would have made a great single album, the good material is so good that it has to have 5 stars. Please listen to it a few times - it takes a while to get into , but for anyone who is interested in the work of these musicians give this album a chance.
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