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Whistling Down The Wire

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Whistling Down The Wire by Crosby & Nash

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Label: Geffen
Whistling Down the Wire would be David Crosby and Graham Nash's last album for the next 25-plus years. CS&N's reunion in 1977 had something to do with this -- Crosby's drug addiction also did. Quite simply, he was in awful shape and only getting worse. The album suffers as a result. Now, it's not bad, but it lacks the fire and originality of previous efforts. Then again, Crosby is always good for one or two stone-cold classics, and he delivers with the moody "Time After Time," wherein he sounds beautiful but pained.

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Whistling Down the Wire would be David Crosby and Graham Nash's last album for the next 25-plus years. CS&N's reunion in 1977 had something to do with this -- Crosby's drug addiction also did. Quite simply, he was in awful shape and only getting worse. The album suffers as a result. Now, it's not bad, but it lacks the fire and originality of previous efforts. Then again, Crosby is always good for one or two stone-cold classics, and he delivers with the moody "Time After Time," wherein he sounds beautiful but pained.

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About This Album

Whistling Down the Wire would be David Crosby and Graham Nash's last album for the next 25-plus years. CS&N's reunion in 1977 had something to do with this -- Crosby's drug addiction also did. Quite simply, he was in awful shape and only getting worse. The album suffers as a result. Now, it's not bad, but it lacks the fire and originality of previous efforts. Then again, Crosby is always good for one or two stone-cold classics, and he delivers with the moody "Time After Time," wherein he sounds beautiful but pained.