With old friends joining in, the former Hollies/CSNY Rock Hall-of-Famer asserts his 21st-century relevance. Hear the album, and enjoy some '70s Nash rememberies!
Okay, you got me. This is a great album. I'm only 3/4 through my first listen but these are gorgeously arranged, inspired and from-the-heart tunes. There's not even a whiff of resting on his laurels. It sounds both of today and nostalgic in the best ways. Who plays lead guitar on Golden Idols? It's a lovely solo and reminded me of David Gilmour. In fact the song reminded me of Gilmour's About Face album.
Lots of memories in this one, Brad. I was going to write that the opening chord progression in Buddy's Back made up so many songs of the early pop era. But I'm not going to write that...
This is beautiful. Releasing a record at this stage of his life and career is in itself admirable. I haven’t listened to it yet but I just wanted to say... wow. Chapeau. The world needs more people like him!