The Best of Crosby & Nash
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For the 2002 compilation, see The Best of Crosby & Nash: The ABC Years.
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|Greatest hits album by Crosby & Nash|
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The Best of Crosby & Nash is an out of print Crosby & Nash greatest hits album released in 1978 on ABC/Atlantic Records. It features tracks from the artists' solo albums as well as by the duo.
- Love Work Out (Graham Nash)
- The Wall Song (David Crosby)
- Wild Tales (Graham Nash)
- Originally released on Graham Nash's Wild Tales, January 2, 1974
- Carry Me (David Crosby)
- Out of the Darkness
- Southbound Train (Graham Nash)
- Laughing (David Crosby)
- Originally released on David Crosby's If I Could Only Remember My Name, February 22, 1971
- Chicago (Graham Nash)
- Originally released on Graham Nash's Songs For Beginners, May 28, 1971
- Bittersweet (David Crosby)
- To the Last Whale... (A. Critical Mass/B. Wind on the Water) (David Crosby, Graham Nash)
- Planer, Lindsay. "The Best of Crosby & Nash: Overview". Allmusic. Retrieved July 3, 2009.
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