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Graham Nash

  • Wild Tales [Atlantic, 1974] C-

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Wild Tales [Atlantic, 1974]
The title is as phony as the rest of the album, which despite the paid-for goodies--harmony here, intro there, even a song somewhere or other--is a tame collection of reshuffled platitudes. Especially annoying: "Oh! Camil," in which Graham lets us know that he is morally superior to a doubt-ridden Vietnam vet. C-

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Distinctions Not Cost-Effective [1970s]: Graham Nash/David Crosby: See David Crosby/Graham Nash.