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Graham Nash: Tales Behind Wild Tales

Loraine Alterman, Rolling Stone, 28 March 1974

NEW YORK – In the living room of a moss-green suite at the Plaza Hotel, Graham Nash sits at the piano with an harmonica braced around his neck, working on a new song that he can't get out of his head. It's a busman's holiday for Graham who has come from his home in San Francisco to see old friend Joni Mitchell's two New York concerts and visit a few art galleries.

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