Bedside Companion EP - (1978)
This recording is the first release from Nash. It is a 45 RPM, four-track 12" EP called Bedside Companion. When, later that year, dj Ben Marsden played this record on the radio, but at 33 RPM. Since the music is instrumental, the songs didn't sound any weirder, only slower and heavier. Listeners picked their favorite songs from both speeds. For that reason, Nash decided to put both versions, the original 45 RPM as well as the 33 RPM (now titled The Marsden Versions), onto his Blind Windows CD release along with his first album Dreams And Nightmares.