Graham Nash – Songs For Beginners

  • Graham Nash – Songs For Beginners
  • Vinyl 
  • Label: Atlantic 
  • Printed in England
  • Date of release: 1972
  • Style: Folk Rock 
  • 30 x 30 CM  (+/-)
Additional Details

Good overall condition, consistent with age and use.


  • A1: Military Madness
  • A2: Better Days
  • A3:  Wounded Bird
  • A4: I Used To Be A King
  • A5: Be Yourself
  • B1: Simple Man
  • B2: Man In The Mirror
  • B3: There's Only One
  • B4: Sleep Song
  • B5: Chicago
  • B6: We Can Change The World
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The artist: Graham Nash

Graham Nash played a pivotal part in at least two of the major musical movements of the classic rock era. He started his professional career as a member of the Hollies, a pioneering British Invasion group who defined a specific segment of '60s harmony-laden guitar pop. Once he left the band, he joined forces with Stephen Stills of Buffalo Springfield and David Crosby of the Byrds to form the supergroup Crosby, Stills & Nash, a trio that helped usher in the transition from hippie folk-rock to the reflective singer/songwriters of the '70s. Nash entered the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with both groups but his career wasn't limited to those two bands. Beginning with 1971's Songs for Beginners, he maintained a concurrent solo recording career, releasing new albums every so often, and he also busied himself with philanthropy and photography. The latter endeavor proved particularly lucrative, resulting in auctions in Sotheby's, exhibitions, and publications of his own work, but his success as a photographer couldn't overshadow his long musical legacy.

The Album

Songs for Beginners is the debut solo studio album by English singer-songwriter Graham Nash. Nash brought in an impressive group of guests to assist in the recording, including David Crosby, Jerry Garcia, Phil Lesh, Dave Mason, David Lindley, Rita Coolidge, and Neil Young (under Young's early 1970s pseudonym Joe Yankee). The making of this album directly followed Nash's break-up with longtime girlfriend, Joni Mitchell. Many of the songs are about their time together. The Top 40 track "Chicago" concerned both the 1968 Democratic National Convention and the trial of the Chicago Eight, articulating the outrage Nash felt concerning those proceedings.

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