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    So last week I picked up Nash's autobiography, and nowhere in his book does he mention Don Felder. If I remember correctly in Heaven and Hell, Felder said he played with Crosby and Nash playing Stephen Still's parts. I just find it weird that he wasn't mentioned in the book. Eagles aren't mentioned much either except for one sentence where Nash talks about asking them to play a benefit concert.

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    That is weird, Sl. You would have thought it would have been mentioned.
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    Default Re: Graham Nash's Wild Tales

    Crosby and Nash were also guest vocalists on Road to Forever. They have worked with so many people over the years though, that it would be impossible for Graham to mention all of them in his book. It's more about his life and personal memories than a detailed account of their recordings.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowland07 View Post
    So last week I picked up Nash's autobiography, and nowhere in his book does he mention Don Felder. If I remember correctly in Heaven and Hell, Felder said he played with Crosby and Nash playing Stephen Still's parts. I just find it weird that he wasn't mentioned in the book. Eagles aren't mentioned much either except for one sentence where Nash talks about asking them to play a benefit concert.
    How about TBS and Poco?

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    Quote Originally Posted by secret squirrel View Post
    Yes Timothy was mentioned, he sang on Daylight Again. Poco was mentioned a bit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troubadour View Post
    Crosby and Nash were also guest vocalists on Road to Forever. They have worked with so many people over the years though, that it would be impossible for Graham to mention all of them in his book. It's more about his life and personal memories than a detailed account of their recordings.
    True, but I thought being in the same area as the Eagles and the harmonies they sang, thought at least a mention or two. I enjoyed it regardless, I actually finished it last night now onto Carole King's memoir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowland07 View Post
    Yes Timothy was mentioned, he sang on Daylight Again. Poco was mentioned a bit.

    Oh good. They're friends I know.

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    I am reading this book right now, and while I am enjoying it, I don't understand why people insist on using the F word so often. Graham Nash is an intelligent man. There are so many words in the English language that can be used, why does he use that one word so often. I guess I just didn't expect him to do that. I find myself putting the book down more often than I usually do. It is definitely taking me longer to read than most books.

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    Shame on Nash, I too find overly frequent use of the F word very irritating

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    its a good way to let off steam

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