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Graham Nash

Graeme Thomson, The Word, March 2009

IT HAS NEVER occurred to me before Graham Nash points it out, but 'Marrakesh Express' isn't just a breezily literal account of the illicit delights of Morocco; it's also a manifesto for its composer's own attitude to life, "taking unknown paths, being in strange places, and expanding my awareness of the rest of the world and how other people live," as he puts it. 

Total word count of piece: 1938


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