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
The best album by the Airplane? For me, that’s easy. Volunteers. Their previous album, Crown of Creation was a good one, full of psychedelic rock. Volunteers, the Airplane’s fifth album, was released in 1969, infused a folk flavor, and was controversial by intent. Anti-war lyrics and pro-ecology, the album’s lyrics included “motherfucker” and “shit” so … More Volunteers (Jefferson Airplane)
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?
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