Tag Archives: Graham Nash

Graham Nash Songs For Beginners Album Cover 1971

15/3/16 – Graham Nash – Songs For Beginners – 1971

Crosby Stills Nash achieved worldwide fame after their debut album released in 1969 reached No.6 in the US charts. Their relevance as songwriters, their stunning harmonies, their political stance and their image propelled them to the dizzy heights of fame and fortune. The dream continued with the addition of Stills ex-bandmate from Buffalo Springfield, Neil Young and […]

Crosby, Stills & Nash - Suite- Judy Blue Eyes single Cover 1969

12/3/16 – Crosby Stills & Nash – Suite: Judy Blue Eyes – 1969

And here’s the song that Judy Collins inspired. The original version of Suite: Judy Blue Eyes was the opening track on the  Crosby, Stills Nash debut released in 1969. I have included a live version from somewhere in the seventies, featuring Stephen Stills on acoustic guitar dynamics. The album version of the song was (7.28), way too […]

The Hollies 1967

30/8/14 – The Hollies – King Midas In Reverse – 1967

King Midas In Reverse is allegedly the song that led to Graham Nash leaving The Hollies as he wished to create more interesting music (and lyrics, see below) and ultimately The Hollies were a harmony Pop group. Their Pop image was getting old as more thoughtful music was inspiring the youth in these heady years, so their […]

Nico Chelsea Girl Cover Art

Vanadisvägen Soundtracks

This week we have been staying in friend Martin Rössel’s recording studio apartment whilst he has been away in Paris. This is what was on the turntable or digital device: Nico – Chelsea Girl – 1967   Nico – Desert Shore – 1970   The Stooges – 1st –  1969   The Stooges – Fun House – […]