It has been 28 years since David Crosby and Graham Nash released an album as a duo, but from the sound of it, one would never know that almost three decades have passed.

It has been 28 years since David Crosby and Graham Nash released an album as a duo, but from the sound of it, one would never know that almost three decades have passed. Tracks like "Lay Me Down" and "How Does It Shine?" bleed with the sincerity of the classic Crosby Nash sound—one of eloquence and wisdom that exists within the nook of simplicity and vintage harmonies of perfection. Other songs, like "Milky Way Tonight" and "Puppeteer," offer lyrical bliss on top of comforting acoustics. While this contributes to a sound that doesn't necessarily mold with the times, it nonetheless remains evergreen, like a lullaby offering guidance from veterans who have been around the block. Personal and intimate, this album could make anyone feel like it's the soundtrack to their life.—MDS