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Bob Edwards talks to Crosby, Stills, and Nash

Filed under: Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 3:55 pm

There is a whole lot of great music represented in this photograph…

On The Bob Edwards Show, music and the musicians who create it played a huge role. Here, Bob in the Washington, D.C. studio talks to Stephen Stills, Graham Nash, and David Crosby in the New York Sirius Studios about their then-recent release Demos. But of course with these three guys, the conversation travels decades of musical history, with lots of drops to remind us of the many high points of their careers.

In some ways, this interview harkens back to happier times…the men are not nearly as close now as they were when this program aired.

In the last segment, Bob talks to Martin Goldsmith about the 149th birthday of Gustav Mahler. Script/roadmap included below for purists.

Bob also chatted separately with Graham Nash, and twice with David Crosby, so I think I’ll run those programs in the coming weeks.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Wednesday July 8th, 2009: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Wednesday July 8th, 2009 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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