Eighty-one years is a long time to live, at least it used to be. Science, medicine, nutrition, faith and love have moved the bounds of life. Considering Crosby’s wild life, I’m a bit surprised he reached 81; all the same, I’m sad he’s passed. In life, we are rarely as wonderful as some think or … More Remembering David Crosby: Favorite Songs
What makes an impressive debut album? A million copies sold? Hit singles? Your face on the cover of Rolling Stone? Having fans and critics stand up and take notice. Lasting impact. The start of something greater. These are ones that are familiar to me. This list is certainly not inclusive and is obviously just my … More Impressive Debut Albums
I’ve been waiting a long time to see this film. David Crosby and CSN&Y are among my favorite subjects. Crosby is an interesting cat. He is approaching age 80 and he’s busier than ever. And more vilified. The documentary covers the long, successful and difficult life of David Crosby. And more. Crosby, reflecting on his … More David Crosby: Remember My Name (review)
Music didn’t begin in Laurel Canyon in 1965, but this film makes a strong case that pop music grew a new branch. I was looking forward to this film, and what I saw was unlike what I expected. Usually, I read up on films before I see them, but I wanted to experience Echo in … More Echo in the Canyon (review)
The name might be familiar, it has been part of the Byrds, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, but recently, just David Crosby. Crosby, or Croz as he is frequently known, is a survivor of the 1960s, drug addiction, a liver transplant, a stretch in a Texas prison, and the highs and … More David Crosby: Deja Who?