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)
The official name of the album was CSN, and it was the group’s second album. Deja Vu was a Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young album, as was 4 Way Street, their live album. In the intervening seven years between Deja Vu and CSN, there was a lot of recorded music. Besides 4 Way Street, the … More Crosby, Stills & Nash: CSN (1977)
David Crosby and Graham Nash do not talk to each other and haven’t in several years. Fifty years after they met, there is now the sound of silence. Crosby would like to heal the rift, but Nash is angry, very angry. That is a fascinating story. For another time. Crosby and Nash were the bookends … More Crosby & Nash
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?