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David Crosby

(b. 1941)

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Another Stoney Evening (David Crosby/Graham Nash album)

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One wonders how the now-clean and sober David Crosby feels about the not-entirely-subtle album title, not to mention the pointedly casual mentions of drug use in the liner notes. Regardless...

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Crosby-Nash: Live (David Crosby/Graham Nash album)

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This is an expanded version of the original 1977 album. Two excellent Crosby songs are added, namely ‘Bittersweet’, (originally on Wind On The Water) and the previously unreleased ‘King of...

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If I Could Only Remember My Name (David Crosby album)

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Although this was a highly successful album, David Crosby was accused of being self-indulgent by some critics in their hasty reviews. In recent years that opinion has reversed,...

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It's All Coming Back To Me Now (David Crosby album)

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1995’s live It’s All Coming Back To Me Now is a key document of David Crosby’s post-rehab career. By focusing mostly on songs from the 70s, it avoids the pitfalls ...

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King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents (David Crosby album)

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Recorded in 1989 during the tour for David Crosby’s first post-rehab solo album, Oh Yes I Can, the concert captured on The King Biscuit Flower Hour Presents David Crosby is ...

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Thousand Roads (David Crosby album)

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David Crosby’s first solo album since 1989’s Oh Yes I Can is a similar delight. From the Byrds onward, Crosby has always done his best work in situations where he ...

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Whistling Down The Wire (David Crosby/Graham Nash album)

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The follow-up to Crosby and Nash’s bestselling declaration of independence Wind On The Water, Whistling Down The Wire is very much of a piece with its predecessor, down to the ...

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Wind On The Water (David Crosby/Graham Nash album)

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In the early and mid-70s, the years between the live Four-Way Street and 1977’s CSN, there were plenty of albums which were supposedly begun as Crosby Stills Nash and Young ...

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