By Greg Kot
Updated February 11, 2009 at 05:00 AM EST

Graham Nash is best known as a quiet team player, a harmonizer rather than an innovator. But that’s not entirely accurate. On the three-disc career overview Reflections, he pilots British Invasion hits by the Hollies, crafts earnest protest songs, and helps meld the eccentric talents of Crosby, Stills, and occasionally Young. But his singer-songwriter odes to whales, dolphins, and lovers, and the bland adult-contemporary production found on his more recent material, often make one yearn for the quirkiness displayed by his higher-profile peers. B?

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