Croz David Crosby
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- 1What's Broken03:47
- 2Time I Have03:52
- 3Holding On To Nothing03:42
- 4The Clearing04:00
- 6Slice Of Time04:17
- 7Set That Baggage Down04:01
- 8If She Called04:55
- 9Dangerous Night05:56
- 10Morning Falling03:41
- 11Find A Heart05:04
Info for Croz
Croz is David Crosby's first studio album in over 20 years, a collection of 11 new tracks from one of America's most notable singer-songwriters and two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer. Croz also features guest appearances from Wynton Marsalis, Mark Knopfler, Leland Sklar and Steve Tavaglione.
Croz was produced by Crosby with assistance from his son James Raymond and Daniel Garcia. Mastered by Doug Sax.
'The best solo record David Crosby has made, without a doubt. Beautifully produced and recorded, the musicianship is so tasteful. His voice sounds as good as it ever was.' (Glyn Johns)
„It's been 20 years since David Crosby's last solo offering, but Croz finds his fire undimmed, and his freak flag still proudly flying, if slightly tattered. He's always been an unconventional songwriter, a reputation he confirms by using the phrase 'cognitive dissonance' in 'Time I Have', a song about how he doesn't want to waste his remaining years in fear or anger. The setting is typical of the album, with elegant curlicues of lead guitar against an amorphous backdrop of fretless bass, 12-string guitar and keyboard colouration. Themes and treatments echo earlier works: 'Set That Baggage Down' is about putting old demons of addiction behind him, 'Radio' employs another of his favourite sailing metaphors, and the guitar arrangement to 'If She Called' echoes 'Guinnevere', for a song about prostitution.“ (The Independent)
David Crosby, Vocals, Electric Guitar
Mark Knopfler, Electric Guitar Solo, Electric Guitar
James Raymond, Piano, Synth Bass, Fender Rhodes, Synthesizer, Virtual Pedal Steel, Percussion Programming
Steve DiStanislao, Drums, Percussion
Marcus Eaton, Acoustic Guitar, Vocals
Kevin McCormick, Bass
Leland Sklar, Bass
Todd Caldwell, B-3 Hammond Organ
Shane Fontayne, Electric Guitars
Wynton Marsalis, Trumpet
Steve Tavaglione, Electric Wind Instrument, Soprano Saxophone, Synthesizer
Recorded at The Bamboom Room - Altadena, Groove Masters - Santa Monica, Radio Hill Recorders - Los Angeles, Rumor Mill Recording - Santa Ynez.
Recorded and mixed by Daniel Garcia
Mastered by Doug Sax and Robert Hadley
Produced by James Raymond, Daniel Garcia and David Crosby
Legendary singer-songwriter and social justice activist David Crosby is a two time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, inducted as a member of both the iconic folk-rock band The Byrds — with whom he first rose to stardom — and the iconic Woodstock era-defining group Crosby, Stills & Nash.
A native Californian-and son of an Academy Award-winning cinematographer-Crosby originally intended to be an actor when he moved from Santa Barbara to Los Angeles in 1960. Music prevailed, however, and Crosby began his career as a folksinger, playing clubs and coffeehouses nationwide. Back in L.A. in '63, Crosby formed The Byrds with Roger McGuinn, Chris Hillman, Gene Clark and Michael Clarke, winning widespread recognition for his songwriting and charismatic presence. Driven by hits including "Eight Miles High," "Turn! Turn! Turn!," and a cover of Dylan's "Mr. Tambourine Man," The Byrds' signature electric folk-rock influenced countless musicians to come.
Crosby left The Byrds in 1967 to embark on a lifelong collaboration with Graham Nash and Stephen Stills. Renowned for vocal harmonies, stellar musicianship and timeless songs, Crosby, Stills, & Nash (CSN) have been called "the voice of a generation," and were GRAMMY-honored in 1969 as Best New Artist. The trio's self-titled debut album introduced classics including the Crosby-penned tracks "Guinnevere" and "Wooden Ships"—today, it is included on Rolling Stone's list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time. Crosby continues to tour and record with CSN, as well as with Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, and as a duo with Graham Nash.
As a solo artist, Crosby debuted with the 1971 masterpiece If Only I Could Remember My Name, recently reissued as a two-disc set featuring a 5.1 mix, video footage, and other bonuses. David Crosby also performs and records with CPR, the jazz-flavored trio he formed in 1995 with his son James Raymond and Jeff Pevar.
Crosby's most recent release is 2004's Crosby-Nash, a 2-CD set with Graham Nash, their first as a duo since 1976's Whistling Down The Wire. Their debut LP together, '72's Crosby & Nash-featuring "Southbound Train" and "Immigration Man"-is regarded as one of the best side projects from the CSN&Y sphere. Their catalogue also includes 1975's Wind On The Water and the live gem Another Stoney Evening. Previously a CD-only release of a 1971 concert recording, the latter title is now available in digital and LP versions as the inaugural releases on Blue Castle Records, the independent label Crosby formed with Nash in 2011. Voyage, a 3-disc, career-spanning retrospective box set touching on all aspects of Crosby's oeuvre, was released in 2006.
Crosby is also the author of three books including Stand and Be Counted: Making Music, Making History/The Dramatic Story of the Artists and Causes That Changed America, which underscores his commitment to social activism, and belief that artists and musicians are potent agents for change. Crosby's two autobiographical volumes are Long Time Gone and Since Then: How I Survived Everything And Lived To Tell About It. The latter, per Entertainment Weekly, chronicles, "A fascinating life worthy of a sequel."