Crosby & Nash is a double album released by musicians David Crosby and Graham Nash in 2004. Lay Me Down" (James Raymond) – 3:37. Puppeteer" (Raymond) – 4:06. Through Here Quite Often" (David Crosby, Dean Parks) – 4:05. Grace" (Raymond) – 0:46. Jesus of Rio" (Graham Nash, Jeff Pevar) – 4:12. I Surrender" (Marc Cohn) – 4:15. Luck Dragon" (Raymond, Crosby) – 4:45. On the Other Side of Town" (Nash) – 3:35. Half Your Angels" (Nash) – 5:05. They Want It All" (Crosby) – 5:35.
Southbound Train (3:54). Overview (current section). Another Stoney Evening. Also featured on. +3 other releases.
Graham Nash & David Crosby – Southbound Train. Label: Atlantic – 45-2892. Format: Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single. Written-By – Graham Nash. Written-By – David Crosby.
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Release title: Crosby & Nash - Southbound Train. Photo of Crosby & Nash - Southbound Train. More albums of Crosby & Nash: Carry Me. Live. This album was released on the label Atlantic (catalog number AT. 08). This album was released in 1972 year.
Album Name Graham Nash David Crosby. Released date 05 April 1972. Labels Atlantic Records. Music StyleFolk Rock. Members owning this album3.
Crosby & Nash – Southbound Train. Liberty, laughing and shaking your head Can you carry the torch that'll bring home the dead? To the land of their fathers whose lives you have led To the station at the end of the town On the southbound train going down. Will you go in the back-room And study the list Of the gamblers using the phone On the southbound train going down Fraternity, failing to fight back the tears Will it take an eternity breaking all the fears? And what will the passenger do when he hears- That he's already paid for the crown On the southbound train going down. Lyrics submitted by SongMeanings. Southbound Train" as written by Graham Nash.
Исполнитель: Crosby, Stills and Nash (English). Пользователь: Dan Field. Crosby & Nash 1972. 3/4 F Am Dm // /// Bb C Bb F // ///. F Am Dm Liberty laughing and shaking your head Bb F Am Can you carry the torch that'll bring home the dead F Am Dm To the land of their fathers whose lives you have led Bb F Am To the station at the edge of the town Bb C Bb F, / On the southbound train going down
Graham Nash David Crosby is the first album by the partnership of David Crosby and Graham Nash, released on Atlantic Records in 1972, catalog SD 7220. It peaked at on the Billboard Top Pop Albums chart, and a single taken from the album, "Immigration Man", peaked at on the Billboard Hot 100 on June 17 and 24,1972. It was certified gold by the RIAA, and it was dedicated to Joni Mitchell, as "to Miss Mitchell".
Written-By – G. Nash*
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|45-2892||Graham Nash & David Crosby*||Southbound Train (7", Single)||Atlantic||45-2892||US||1972|
|ST-A-24840||Graham Nash & David Crosby*||Southbound Train (7")||Atlantic||ST-A-24840||Unknown|
|K 10192||Graham Nash & David Crosby*||Southbound Train (7", Single, 4 P)||Atlantic||K 10192||UK||1972|
|45-2892||Graham Nash & David Crosby*||Southbound Train (7", Single, Mono, Promo)||Atlantic||45-2892||US||1972|
|ATL.108||Graham Nash & David Crosby*||Southbound Train (7", Single)||Atlantic||ATL.108||New Zealand||1972|