The sprightly “Target” is an excellent love song featuring some nice harmonies.
Reflective in tone on tracks like “Beneath The Waves” and”Golden Days” Nash seems to look back on a life well lived.
Garrity September 23, 2013 In April 1793 the United States was confronted with its most serious foreign policy crisis since the end of the American Revolution, when the Washington Administration learned that the recently-constituted French Republic had declared war on England and the Dutch Republic.
France, with which the United States had a political-military alliance dating from the Revolution, was locked in an apparent death struggle with a broad coalition comprised of those two states along with Austria, Prussia, Spain, Portugal, and a number of Italian and German principalities.
The United States had hitherto remained aloof from the conflict, but popular support for revolutionary France now surged in America. What was previously a continental war had recently transformed into a worldwide maritime conflict.
Graham Nash: This Path Tonight (Blue Castle Records) CD/DL/LP Out 15th April 2016 First solo album in fourteen years for the most American of English musicians. Graham Nash seems to have taken inspiration from his former colleague Neil Young.
After parting ways with Susan Bennett, his wife of 38 years, he also seems to have severed his ties with David Crosby, closing a musical alliance dating back to 1968.