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Album: Wild Tales
# Song Title   Time
1)    Wild Tales
2)    Hey You (Looking at the Moon)
3)    Prison Song
4)    You'll Never Be the Same
5)    And So It Goes
6)    Grave Concern
7)    Oh! Camil (The Winter Soldier)
8)    I Miss You
9)    On the Line
10)    Another Sleep Song
 

Album: Wild Tales
# Song Title   Time
1)    Wild Tales
2)    Hey You (Looking at the Moon)
3)    Prison Song
4)    You'll Never Be the Same
5)    And So It Goes
6)    Grave Concern
7)    Oh! Camil (The Winter Soldier)
8)    I Miss You
9)    On the Line
10)    Another Sleep Song
 
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  • Personnel: Graham Nash (vocals, guitar, harmonica, piano); David Crosby, Joni Mitchell (vocals); Ben Keith (guitar, pedal steel guitar, dobro); David Lindley (guitar, mandolin); Harry Halex (guitar, piano); Dave Mason, Joel Bernstein (guitar); Joe Yankee (piano); Tim Drummond (bass); Johnny Barbata (drums).
  • Recorded at Rudy Records, San Francisco, California.
  • Personnel: Graham Nash (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, harmonica, piano, electric piano, keyboards, drums); Joel Bernstein (vocals, guitar, acoustic guitar, keyboards); David Lindley (vocals, guitar, slide guitar, mandolin, violin); David Crosby (vocals, guitar); Joni Mitchell (vocals); Dave Mason (guitar, 12-string guitar); Harry Halex (acoustic guitar, piano, electric piano); Ben Keith (steel guitar, dobro); Joe Yankee (piano); John Barbata (drums).
  • Recording information: Rudy Records, San Francisco, CA.
  • Photographers: Joni Mitchell; Joel Bernstein.
  • Unknown Contributor Roles: Graham Nash; Stanley Johnston; Joe Yankee.
  • Only Graham Nash's second solo album--he never recorded as many solo projects as his CSN&Y cohorts, instead preferring to work in duos and trios, most often with buddy David Crosby--1973's WILD TALES is nearly as strong as its predecessor, 1971's SONGS FOR BEGINNERS. Nash has the strongest pop instincts of any member of CSN&Y--he was the original lead singer for '60s pop gods the Hollies, after all--and like his debut, WILD TALES is a smartly-produced collection of catchy, low-key pop songs.
  • The overall vibe of WILD TALES slots in nicely with the growing California-rock ethos of the mid-70s; think Linda Ronstadt, the Eagles and Buckingham Nicks-era Fleetwood Mac. "And So it Goes" and "Another Sleep Song" are lovely minor-key ballads, but the true standout is the brilliant "Oh Camille (The Winter Soldier)," one of Nash's finest ever tunes.
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