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Graham Nash - This Path Tonight (2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz
Graham Nash - This Path Tonight (2016) High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 24bit/96kHz

Сomposer: Graham Nash & Shane Fontayne
Artist: Graham Nash
Title: This Path Tonight
Genre: Rock, Soft Rock, Folk Rock, Singer/Songwriter
Label: © Blue Castle Records
Release Date: 2016
Quality: High-Fidelity FLAC Stereo 192kHz/24bit
Source: HDTracks
Duration: 41:45
Recorded At The Village, Los Angeles, CA; Additional Recording At Mile End Studios, Sherman Oaks, CA; Mastered By Bernie Grundman, Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA

This Path Tonight is the new studio album and collection of 10 original songs from Graham Nash. Produced by Shane Fontayne, this is Nash's first solo record of new music in fourteen years. The album is one of reflection and transition of a singer-songwriter whose career (the Hollies, CSN, CSNY) has spanned more than five decades and counting.
“What a pleasure it was recording this album,” says Graham Nash. “Shane and I had written 20 songs in a month and recorded them in eight days. The music has a different feel to my earlier albums although I hear echoes of each one. This journey of mine was one of self-discovery, of intense creation, of absolute passion.”

This Path Tonight appeared 14 long years after 2002's Songs for Survivors, but Graham Nash didn't spend that decade and a half idly. In addition to semi-regular tours with David Crosby and Stephen Stills, Nash archived his CSN past by curating box sets for all three members along with a live set from 1974 that featured Neil Young. He also looked to the past via his 2013 memoir Wild Tales: A Rock & Roll Life. Maybe all these glances backward culminated with him turning his attention to the present, where things were in flux. This Path Tonight was written and recorded in the wake of his separation (and eventual divorce) from his longtime wife, Susan Sennett, and by the time it saw release, Nash claimed that he would never perform with Crosby again, thereby bringing a close to CSN. All the elements were in place for This Path Tonight to be a textbook divorce album but, instead, there's hope threaded among bittersweet ruminations. When he sings about "Another Broken Heart," it's not about himself -- he's addressing the woman he's leaving, encouraging her to find a love to help her through. Such a sentiment blends sweetness and self-regard, which is something of a signature for Nash and his compatriots. Here, this trait seems neither narcissistic nor cloying; it feels settled, relaxed, and assured -- Nash embraces the changes with confidence because he knows where he's heading. He'll still stumble into moments either strident (usually the political songs, including the bonus track "Mississippi Burning") or saccharine (usually the love songs), but that's part of his DNA and Nash doesn't attempt to hide it on This Path Tonight. Nor does he attempt to turn this record into anything other than a twilight reflection. At times, the production carries an adult contemporary air reminiscent of Daylight Again, elsewhere it's as spare as he's ever been, and the two aesthetics blend into a record that's comforting yet not complacent. Nash is no longer looking at the past; he's looking at the future and he's embracing all the changes to come. --AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine


Tracklist:
1. This Path Tonight 04:27
2. Myself At Last 05:18
3. Cracks In The City 03:41
4. Beneath The Waves 04:01
5. Fire Down Below 03:28
6. Another Broken Heart 04:57
7. Target 03:35
8. Golden Days 03:38
9. Back Home 04:48
10. Encore 03:52


Personnel:
Jay Bellerose: Drums, Percussion
Todd Caldwell: Hammond Organ
Jennifer Condos: Bass Guitar
Shane Fontayne: Electric & Acoustic Guitars
Graham Nash: Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Harmonica
Patrick Warren: Keyboards, Piano
Singers: Brenda Lee Eager, Cynthia Bass, Arnaé Batson, Shane Barakan, Shane Fontayne


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