Graham Nash And David Crosby Recording Again With David Gilmour
David Gilmour has once again enlisted the help of David Crosby and Graham Nash for his upcoming solo album, according to ABC News. The pair last joined forces with the Pink Floyd guitarist in 2006 for his previous solo set, On An Island, and went on to pop up onstage with him during his tour to support the album.
Nash recently appeared on the Vintage.tv show Needle Time, and revealed that he and Crosby were donating their services for free, joking, "What the hell would it cost you to have David Crosby and Graham Nash getting on a bloody train to Brighton to sing with you? We’re musicians. We love good songs. We’ll sing them until we are dead."
Back in 2006, David Gilmour told us that getting Crosby & Nash to play on his album turned out to be quite easy: "Well, I had a song that seemed to be really perfect for Graham and David, and I went to see them at a show in London last June. And afterwards I asked if they would come and sing on the track, and did they have time? And they said they'd love to, and they did have a spare day, so they came down to my studio, and they put that thing down. It sounds like it was written for them."
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