Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * *
There is a special place reserved for the soul of David Crosby, for the gentleness he portrays in his music, for the sense of persuasive mellow he captures as the songs ring out with tender heart and peace, that special place just seems to become more appreciative, more becoming, and as the Sky Trails, as the words become ethereal and powerfully cool, so the more music fans have an elder statesman in which to look for guidance.
David Crosby, Sky Trails. Album Review. full post
(415 words, 1 image, estimated 1:40 mins reading time)
Liverpool Sound and Vision Rating * * * * *
It seems somewhat odd to believe that someone as exquisite a song writer and musician as David Crosby, a living legend of the American highway and creator of some of the finest music to come out of the Folk/Rock scene has only recorded four solo albums in a career that is as lengthy as the famous Route 66. His work with Graham Nash and Stephen Stills, Buffalo Springfield and Neil Young is inspiring enough; it captures the essence of humanity in all its glory and deep down dirty despair but his solo work, which started in 1971 with the highly rated If I Could Only Remember My Name, has not been prolific. It is a story that has been rectified with his fourth release, the outstanding and beautifully crafted Croz.
David Crosby, Croz. Album Review. full post
(454 words, estimated 1:49 mins reading time)