By Graham Nash
From Graham Nash—the mythical musician and founding member of the enduring bands Crosby, Stills & Nash and The Hollies—comes a candid and riveting autobiography that belongs at the examining record of each vintage rock fan.
Graham Nash's songs outlined a iteration and contributed to shaping the background of rock and roll—he’s written over two hundred songs, together with such vintage hits as "Carrie Anne," “On A Carousel,” "Simple Man," "Our House," “Marrakesh Express,” and "Teach Your Children." From the hole salvos of the British Rock Revolution to the final shudders of Woodstock, he has rocked and rolled anywhere song mattered. Now Graham is able to inform his tale: his lower-class early life in post-war England, his early days within the British Invasion staff The Hollies; changing into the sweetheart and muse of Joni Mitchell through the halcyon years, while either produced their so much introspective and significant paintings; assembly Stephen Stills and David Crosby and achieving superstardom with Crosby, Stills, Nash & younger; and his enduring profession as a solo musician and political activist. Nash has priceless insights right into a global and time many imagine they be aware of from the surface yet few have skilled at its epicenter, and both very good anecdotes in regards to the humans round him: the Beatles, the Stones, Hendrix, Cass Elliot, Dylan, and different rock luminaries. From London to Laurel Canyon and past, Wild Tales is a revealing glance again at a rare life—with the entire highs and the lows; the affection, the intercourse, and the jealousy; the politics; the medication; the insanity—and the sanity—of a mystical period of music.