Graham Nash – This Path Tonight Review

Graham Nash – This Path Tonight
Graham Nash is now 75… formerly a member of The Hollies and Crosby, Stills and Nash. A member of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Nash has just released his first studio album in fourteen years (his last album was in 2002 with ‘Songs for Survivors’).

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I came across Graham Nash recently on Freeview channel Vintage TV. He was a guest on Vintage TV’s ‘The Friday Night Rock Show’ and was promoting his new album ‘This Path Tonight’, with an interview as well as some very impressive acoustic performances too – it left me wanting to hear the album in full.
Ten tracks in total – starting off with the title track ‘This Path Tonight’ which is a brilliant start to the record. The album is 42 minutes in total. Another favourite of mine is ‘Myself at Last’, with amazing lyrics and a brilliant acoustic sound. ‘Cracks in the City’ is another gem on this record.

Great to hear Nash come back into the limelight to record this.  The songs sound meaningful – Nash clearly still has something to say.  I hope we will get to get another work in the near future.  Chris

Tracks:
This Path Tonight
Myself at Last
Cracks in the City
Beneath The Waves
Fire Down Below
Another Broken Heart
Target
Golden Days
Back Home
Encore

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