Complete List Of Graham Nash Albums And Discography

Graham Nash Albums

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This Complete List Of Graham Nash Albums And Songs presents the full discography of  Graham Nash studio albums. Graham Nash was born on February 2, 1942. Graham Nash hails from the area of Salford, England. This complete Graham Nash discography also includes every single live album. All these albums have been presented below in chronological order. We have also included all original release dates with each Graham Nash album as well as all original album covers. Every Graham Nash album listed below showcases the entire album tracklisting.

GRAHAM NASH STUDIO ALBUMS

Songs for Beginners

Released May 28, 1971

Graham Nash’s debut solo album, Songs for Beginners, was released on May 28, 1971, by Atlantic Records. The album, recorded amid personal and professional changes in Nash’s life, is noted for its introspective and heartfelt songwriting. It was produced by Graham Nash himself, with contributions from a host of musicians including Rita Coolidge, Dave Mason, and Neil Young.

Recorded at various locations, including Wally Heider Studios in San Francisco and Island Studios in London, the album features a mix of folk and soft rock elements. Songs for Beginners was well-received, reaching No. 15 on the Billboard 200 chart.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Military Madness” – 2:55
  2. “Better Days” – 3:49
  3. “Wounded Bird” – 2:10
  4. “I Used to Be a King” – 4:37
  5. “Be Yourself” – 3:03
  6. “Simple Man” – 2:05
  7. “Man in the Mirror” – 2:48
  8. “There’s Only One” – 3:55
  9. “Sleep Song” – 2:57
  10. “Chicago” – 2:55
  11. “We Can Change the World” – 1:00

Wild Tales

Released December 15, 1973

Wild Tales, Graham Nash’s second solo album, was released on December 15, 1973, by Atlantic Records. This album continues Nash’s exploration of personal and social themes through his music. Produced by Graham Nash, the album features a more acoustic and stripped-down sound compared to his debut.

Recorded at Rudy Records in San Francisco, Village Recorders, and Wally Heider Studios, Wild Tales showcases Nash’s talent for creating deeply personal and reflective music. The album reached No. 34 on the Billboard 200 chart.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Wild Tales” – 2:18
  2. “Hey You (Looking at the Moon)” – 2:14
  3. “Prison Song” – 3:10
  4. “You’ll Never Be the Same” – 2:48
  5. “And So It Goes” – 4:48
  6. “Grave Concern” – 2:45
  7. “Oh! Camil (The Winter Soldier)” – 2:51
  8. “I Miss You” – 3:04
  9. “On the Line” – 2:35
  10. “Another Sleep Song” – 4:43

Earth & Sky

Released February 15, 1980

Earth & Sky, released on February 15, 1980, by EMI Records, marks a continuation of Graham Nash’s exploration of personal and social themes through his music. This album leans towards a soft rock sound, infused with Nash’s characteristic folk influences.

Produced by Graham Nash and Stanley Johnston, Earth & Sky was recorded at Rudy Records in San Francisco, The Sound Lab, and Village Recorders. The album, featuring thoughtful lyrics and Nash’s distinctive vocals, reached No. 106 in the US and No. 104 in the UK.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Earth & Sky” – 3:35
  2. “Love Has Come” – 3:26
  3. “Out on the Island” – 4:18
  4. “Skychild” – 3:53
  5. “Helicopter Song” – 4:46
  6. “Barrel of Pain” – 5:16
  7. “TV Guide” – 1:54
  8. “It’s All Right” – 3:14
  9. “Magical Child” – 4:11
  10. “In the 80’s” – 3:05

Innocent Eyes

Released March 27, 1986

Innocent Eyes, released on March 27, 1986, by Atlantic Records, showcases Graham Nash’s venture into the more synthesized soundscapes of the 1980s. This album reflects a shift in his musical style, incorporating more electronic elements.

Recorded at various studios, including Devonshire Sound Studios, the album was produced by Graham Nash and Craig Doerge. Innocent Eyes reached No. 91 on the US charts and No. 136 in the UK, featuring a blend of pop-rock with Nash’s signature folk sensibilities.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “See You in Prague” – 3:45
  2. “Keep Away from Me” – 3:34
  3. “Innocent Eyes” – 3:11
  4. “Chippin’ Away” – 3:55
  5. “Over the Wall” – 3:28
  6. “Don’t Listen to the Rumours” – 3:14
  7. “Sad Eyes” – 3:23
  8. “Newday” – 3:21
  9. “Glass and Steel” – 3:18
  10. “I Got a Rock” – 3:12

Songs for Survivors

Released April 30, 2002

Songs for Survivors, released on April 30, 2002, by Artemis Records, marks a return to Graham Nash’s folk-rock roots. This album is characterized by acoustic instrumentation and reflective songwriting, showcasing Nash’s maturity as a songwriter.

Produced by Graham Nash and Russ Kunkel, the album was recorded at various locations and features contributions from esteemed musicians. Songs for Survivors is a testament to Nash’s enduring talent and ability to craft songs that are both personal and universally resonant.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Dirty Little Secret” – 4:20
  2. “Blizzard of Lies” – 4:06
  3. “Lost Another One” – 3:20
  4. “The Chelsea Hotel” – 3:55
  5. “I’ll Be There for You” – 3:36
  6. “Nothing in the World” – 5:08
  7. “Where Love Lies Tonight” – 3:19
  8. “Pavanne” – 5:10
  9. “Liar’s Nightmare” – 6:27
  10. “Come with Me” – 3:35

This Path Tonight

Released April 15, 2016

This Path Tonight, released on April 15, 2016, by Blue Castle Records, is a deeply introspective album that explores themes of change and reflection. Produced by Shane Fontayne, the album is characterized by a blend of acoustic and electric elements, showcasing Nash’s evolution as an artist.

Recorded at various studios, including Groove Masters in Santa Monica, the album reached No. 41 in the US and No. 93 in the UK. This Path Tonight is a collection of heartfelt songs that ponder life’s journey and the paths we take.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “This Path Tonight” – 4:15
  2. “Myself at Last” – 4:52
  3. “Cracks in the City” – 3:55
  4. “Beneath the Waves” – 4:19
  5. “Fire Down Below” – 3:19
  6. “Another Broken Heart” – 4:08
  7. “Golden Days” – 3:25
  8. “Back Home” – 4:10
  9. “Encore” – 3:55
  10. “Target” – 3:30
  11. “Just a Song Before I Go” – 2:25

Now

Released May 19, 2023

Now, released on May 19, 2023, by BMG, is a contemporary album by Graham Nash that reflects his observations and experiences in the modern world. The album delves into current social and political issues, delivered through Nash’s insightful and poetic songwriting.

Produced by Graham Nash, the album was recorded at various locations. Now reached No. 97 in the US and No. 28 in the UK. This album showcases Nash’s continued relevance as a songwriter and his ability to engage with contemporary issues through his music.

CD Track Listings:

  1. “Now” – 3:45
  2. “Today’s the Day” – 3:30
  3. “New World” – 4:05
  4. “Looking for the Light” – 4:15
  5. “Another Sleepless Night” – 3:50
  6. “Rise and Shine” – 4:10
  7. “Times of Trouble” – 3:55
  8. “Together Again” – 4:00
  9. “Reflections” – 3:45
  10. “End of the Day” – 3:35

 

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